Consumer Reports News
Consumer Reports has an article on the LFX33975ST Mega-Capacity French Door Refrigerator.
There’s never been a French Door refrigerator this big. This impressive. Its 33 cu. ft. capacity makes room for the biggest shopping expeditions, with room to spare.The Capacity to Amaze. Discover the largest French Door refrigerator available. With 33 cu. ft. of state-of-the-art storage space, you can look forward to fewer shopping trips. LG's Smart Cooling Plus technology is designed to monitor and maintain conditions to help keep food fresh. You'll find so many ways to use the full-width Glide-N-Serve™ Pantry Drawer. And LG's big thinking makes its way to smaller innovations as well, like the EasyReach™ Bins - talk about instant gratification!
*Largest in total capacity; based on manufacturer’s published specifications as of 09/21/12. Excludes other LG manufactured products.
Most shelf space.*
Ice makers are great, but not if it means you can't fit all of your food in the fridge. The Slim SpacePlus™ Ice System provides more shelf space and allows even more space for door bins.
*Standard width french door refrigerator, excludes other LG manufactured products
Fresher is better.
Smart Cooling Plus technology is designed to maintain superior conditions within the refrigerator. The Linear Compressor and Dual Evaporators react quickly to humidity and temperature levels and help keep your food fresher, longer. Meanwhile, strategically-placed vents in every section help to surround your food with cool, fresh air no matter where you put it.
Peace of Mind
When you buy a refrigerator, you don't want to worry that it won't last. Because the Linear Compressor uses fewer moving parts and operates more efficiently, LG confidently backs the Linear Compressor with a 10-year limited warranty.
Easy In. Easy Out.
The Smart Pull handle makes opening and closing the freezer quick and easy. All it takes is a simple lift of the handle for effortless access to your freezer.
Save Energy. Save Money.
When your refrigerator uses at least 25% less energy than required by federal standards, you’re going to make an impact—on your energy bill, your energy consumption, and most importantly, the environment.