Despite an appealing aesthetic and some attractive features, this fridge is too poor a performer for us to recommend.
We like it more for its performance than for its novelty factor, but if adding door-in-a-door functionality to your kitchen is a must, this well-rounded version of Samsung's Food Showcase refrigerator makes the most sense.
As one of the only counter-depth refrigerators available for less than $2,000, this model might have you tempted, but its performance was too weak for us to recommend it.
If you're looking to upgrade your refrigerator's features and storage capabilities without splurging on a trendy design, this fridge fits the bill, but other fridges just like it offer considerably better value.
This is a very well-rounded high-end fridge that you can get at a mid-range price. If stainless steel is a must, upgrade to the 72483 (or to the LG model it's based on). Otherwise, the 72482 offers the best value in its class.
This is a decent fridge, but there are too many shortcomings to justify the price. Don't buy in unless the four-door Diamond Collection looks are a must-have for your kitchen.
There's obvious appeal in such a good-looking fridge, but keep in mind that you can find better features and performance for less.
This is a fun, classy fridge, but it isn't quite as well-rounded as some of its key competitors.
The $1,500 LG LSXS26326S rises above the other side-by-side refrigerators we've tested both in terms of performance and usable space, but it's not a clear winner when compared with less expensive fridges of other types.
If you're looking for a worthy kitchen upgrade (or perhaps a splurge), this versatile fridge fits the bill.
At this price (or any price), you should expect your fridge to hold temperatures below 40 F. This one doesn't unless you dial it all the way down to the lowest setting, and that's not good enough to earn our recommendation.
The LG LFC22770ST performs well enough to be worth your consideration if you're looking for a small French door fridge, but you can find fridges that cost less and make better use of limited space.
If you want a more feature-rich kitchen, then the GE Profile Series fridge is the French door for you.
Despite the fact that it's feature-poor, the GE GNS23GMHES outclasses its low-end French door price range with top-of-the-line performance and looks.
This bargain-priced bottom freezer is much better than the basic-looking build suggests. If you can tolerate the hinged-door freezer, it's a solid purchase.
The Grab-N-Go door is an unhelpful gimmick that spoils this refrigerator's potential. Grab something else.
If you can look past its less than optimal freezer design, the GE Artistry refrigerator's combination of attractive retro styling and accurate temperature performance makes it a steal at under $1,200.
Smudges aside, this refrigerator was a true standout, delivering steady, consistent cooling across several days of testing. If you're looking for a reliable performer in the kitchen, look no further.