After getting a hefty price cut in year 2, Samsung's four-door Food Showcase refrigerator is a great-looking, high-end bargain.
No, that's not a tablet. Knock on this fridge door to turn it transparent.
This is a good-looking fridge, but we've seen side-by-side, door-in-a-door models that we like better.
The new LG signature refrigerator upgrades the smarts of the door-in-door panel, so you can see through it with a knock. It'll also open when you get close.
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.
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.
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.
The Grab-N-Go door is an unhelpful gimmick that spoils this refrigerator's potential. Grab something else.
This fridge dials up the cool factor, but it's an uneven performer that lacks compelling features beyond the Food Showcase door. A slightly smaller version that retails for $1,000 less is the better value.
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