I thought that since it has now been almost 5 months since I moved into my new house that it was about time to start doing some product reviews.
When you are building a house there is just so much to think about. For the most part I enjoyed it…except the appliance buying part. I don’t like research…I like to just go with my gut, but that doesn’t always work when it comes to appliances.
I knew I wanted stainless…I’m not really sure why other than that I figured that they were probably the best looking over the long term. I’m old enough to remember harvest gold appliances and once they were out, the were out.
I wonder how long it will be before we see this color in our kitchens again.
I also decided pretty quickly that I wanted a freezer drawer. They just kind of made sense to me.
The Samsung caught my eye right away. Truthfully I think it was the lights that came on when I opened the door. I am such a sucker..lol
I briefly thought about paying the extra money and getting the cabinet depth one. Then my girlfriend told me that I wouldn’t like it because I would never be able to put large platters in it. She was right and my husband was happy.
So do you want to know what I think about my fridge now? I like the stainless steel look but I still haven’t found a stainless steel cleaner that I like. If you have any suggestions, I would love to hear them.
The large drawer in the fridge gets off track pretty easy and that can be a pain. I don’t know why I thought I need it…I guess I thought I could store our leftover pizza boxes in it…the truth is ours is full of water bottles.
The fridge has a funny little alarm that goes off if you leave the door open….the problem is that the alarm does not go off if the freezer drawer is left open a bit. For some reason this happens a lot in our house, causing the inside of the freezer to look like a winter wonderland. Not good.
These refridgerators are expensive ,so if they are really out of your budget pause and realize that once it is in your house, it is just a fridge. Don’t buy what you can’t afford.