|Product Dimensions||30.1 x 35.6 x 71.9 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA or Imported|
|Item model number||KFCS22EVMS|
|Color||Monochromatic Stainless Steel|
|Included Components||ice_maker, water_dispenser|
KITCHENAID FRENCH DOOR FRIDGE *BRAND SOURCE ONLY*
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- KitchenAid 218 cu ft French Door Refrigerator with Adjustable SpillClean Glass Shelves Interior Water Dispenser Automatic Ice Maker and HumidityControlled Crisper Stainless Steel
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Top Customer Reviews
What to do? Enter the KitchenAid counter depth French door fridge. Fantastic. For about $6000 less I have a fridge that takes up less space but has more room inside.(It's magic!) The counter depth fits perfectly in the space where the Sub Zero loomed. The KitchenAid is pretty and quiet and well organized on the inside. Now I have a new, quiet, (did I mention quiet?) fridge with more room inside. It has an interior filtered water dispenser, an excellent deli drawer,(wide and shallow so you can see everything) see -thru veggie bins, and even a neat little scoop in the ice bin. The doors open and close independently of one another. I also like having two smaller doors instead of one heavy door. The water filter is within easy reach in the top of the fridge.
The freezer is also well organized. The ice bin can be rolled out of the way to make use of the space beneath. The freezer also has bins which might , for example, keep melted Popsicle goo from leaking all over the freezer and the floor and the ceiling beneath. Just in case.
AND my cabinet maker is going to put a new shelf in the space that opened up over the KitchenAid. (The Sub Zero was 12" inches taller). I finally have a place to store those huge trays my mother gave me for Christmas. More fridge taking up less space for less money- what's not to like?
What do I like about the fridge: Large interior, holds 2 gallons of milk on the DOOR, easily holds a pizza box, even though counter depth. Controls are easy to read, and intuitive...set temp by actual temp. Counterdepth is great...nothing gets lost in the back of the fridge and it fits in the room great. Bottom freezer is much better than I expected, everything used to always fall out of my old top freezer. French doors open and close easily (maybe this is obvious, but I was uncertain how it would work). Water dispenser in fridge is fast and cold. Shelves come out very easily for cleaning. Ice cube maker is fast, quiet, and there no melting and refreezing of icecubes like in my older fridge.
What I like less: It is tall, which is good for me, but less so for the kids. Deli drawer is somewhat hard to get back in once you take it out. Somewhat hard to balance to get the doors even, but once you do this you are done forever. Water dispenser drips for a second after you stop.
Over all, this fridge was a great purchase. We'll see how it lasts.
But when we started actually using it, I realized how very glad I am that we left that LG model behind! The drawers, both in the refrigerator and freezer, glide smoothly, and I love that the door shelves are lined. The deli drawer is great, because we can lay everything out in a single layer and see everything easily. We also love the water dispenser inside (the exterior keeps a very clean and simple look, as a result) and that it can be used to fill pitchers. Clear-faced vegetable drawers: my sister and I were making dinner, and she saw me open the vegetable drawer to look inside. She asked, "why did you open the drawer to see what's in it?" I chuckled to myself. Old habits die hard! But yes, you can see what's in the drawers without having to open them - I'll just have to get used to the awesomeness.
The interior is also much roomier than I expected! Granted, we do have a 2nd refrigerator in our utility room, but it is currently empty - we'll probably use the 2nd one for overflow during the holidays. This one is sufficient in size for our every day needs.
As for keeping the stainless steel beautiful, based on other reviews, I purchased the Weiman wipes, and they definitely do the trick on ALL of our Kitchenaid stainless appliances (they are fantastic!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I built new home with $25K worth of appliances; all Whirlpool/Kitchenaid except one. I have a manufacturing flaw in the door of one of our two Kitchenaid dishwashers. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Don Pieronek
It has been an awful refrigerator. Doors dented on installation. The ice machine icing over constantly. Computer for meat and cheese drawer broke. All within first year. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Kathy
I don't know why I didn't read the reviews before we purchased this refrigerator, but I would not recommend it to others. Read morePublished 1 month ago by obxbarb
14 months was all it took to break down....5 repairs, everything related to temperature was replaced but the fridge still wanted to be a freezer...schizoid no doubt!!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by April M. English
I don't know where to start. I researched every make of fridge for a year and this fridge was highly rated so I finally settled on it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jo in New Mexico
Bought this piece of junk in December 2012 from Pacific Sales (should be Cons) and threw it out today after 2 years and 10 months of problem prone 'service'. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Curious
We bought this from a local Eugene, OR dealer on September 15, 2015 rather than online. It arrived with a non-working ice maker. Read morePublished 4 months ago by F. T. Sobol
It keeps leaking from the freezer. I will never purchase KitchenAid products. Customer service representative told me that it is not their issue, yet all I read online about this... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nihil
Terrible product terrible warranty and service. Didn't even last 2 years.Published 5 months ago by Robyn Stoneman