Open up to LG's premium door-in-door fridgeThe LG LMXS30776S warrants consideration despite its 4000 price point.
[MUSIC] Hi, I'm Andrew [UNKNOWN] for CNet. Today, I'm taking a look at the LGLMXS30776S, which is a stainless steel French door refrigerator, with 30 cubic feet of interior space. But just how much space do you get with 30 cubic feet? Well we were able to fit a whole heap of regular groceries fro meats and cheeses and vegetables and milk jugs and soda pop. And then on top of that we were able to fit each and every one of our stress test items. Here I'm talking about pizza boxes. Casserole platters. We were able to fit four of those stress-test items simultaneously with all of the other standard items. And as soon as I started rearranging some shelves, we were able to get all six of our stress-test items into this fridge. If Indiana Jones needed to take shelter in here, he'd be able to comfortably curl up and take a nap. It's big. You have a door-in-door feature here. The right door opens up a separate exterior panel. And what that allows you to do is have quicker access to things like condiments and sauces without having to pull open the whole right door, and expose the interior of the fridge to the warmer room air. And there's this separate drawer here called a custom chill drawer that you to select from one fo four preset temperatures. And fortunately, this thing walks the walk as well. It holds its temperature, separately and accurately from the rest of the body of the fridge, whether we set this thing warmer or colder. It did just fine. So this is a good fridge. Yeah, it costs a lot. $4,000. There's no actual, real reason to spend that. But it's got a lot of nice features. It's got plenty of room. So if you want a fancy fridge slash mini-guest house. The LG LMSX3077. Six s does it's part to be a premium machine that helps justify the high price point. For more, please be sure to check out my full review and all of our other fridge reviews on www.cnet.com. For CNet, I'm Andrew Gebber. [MUSIC]