I'm thankful at least that we've instilled fairly good eating habits in our boys, and they are just as likely to choose some fruit or cheese as they are a sweet treat. Milk is their drink of choice most times. But that just means more fridge door action. We need something that holds a lot and can stand up to the pressure of a growing boy's hunger.
LG's Door in Door refrigerators provide great functionality for your busy and hungry family. Just dropping by to grab the milk? You (your son) doesn't need to open the whole fridge. The Door in Door feature allows you to get in and get out providing easy access to favourite beverages and snacks, reducing cold air loss by up to 47% to help keep food fresh longer.
|It's like a secret compartment!|
Largest Door in Door™ Capacity
The largest capacity 4 door, Door in Door refrigerator. With 30 cu. ft., you can store more food than ever before. More storage space means less trips to the grocery store.
This versatile drawer gives you additional refrigerator or soft freeze space when you need it. Featuring four temperature settings, it adapts to your needs and gives you flexibility to store a range of foods from meats and fresh produce to cooking ingredients and cold drinks.
More Shelf Space
Most ice makers take up space in the fridge. Our Slim SpacePlus™ Ice System is located on the door, so you end up with more storage space on the top shelf--and you still have storage space on the door as well.
Call, Connect, Resolve
SmartDiagnosis™ uses self-diagnosing technology that can communicate 24/7 with LG customer service over the telephone providing you with comfort and reliability.
Peace Of Mind
When you buy a refrigerator, you don't want to worry that it won't last. Because the Linear Compressor motor uses fewer moving parts and operates more efficiently, LG confidently backs the motor with a 10-year warranty.
Have you seen this video yet? Check it out to experience the 10 Year FRIDGEvolution now.
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