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The Electrolux EI28BS80KS4A costs a hefty $3,100. But with French doors, a stainless-steel finish, 27 cubic feet and features aimed at luxury, it does a lot to play the part of a high-end fridge.

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27 cubic feet of space make both the fridge and the freezer feel roomy.

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We weren't content just looking at it, though. We wanted to pack the fridge to see just how big 27 cubic feet actually felt. With 18.9 cubic feet in the fridge itself, it fit everything we could throw at it.

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The shelves pivot and pull free to double as serving trays.

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The slightly curved edges make them great at spill protection.

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The braces of those movable shelves lock in place with small plastic tabs.

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The drawers feature Luxury-Close rails. Give them a nudge, and they close the last half inch on their own.

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The Perfect Temp Drawer lets you customize a separate temperature setting from the rest of the fridge for food that needs extra precision.

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Set the wine and beverage mat on any fridge surface and you have a roll-resistant spot for bottles.

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The generous ice bin holds around 12 pounds of cubes.

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The IQ-Touch control panel sits on the inside of the left French door. The buttons are responsive and intuitive.

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Electrolux put a lot into this $3,100 fridge to help it earn a place as a luxury appliance.

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