The Electrolux EI23BC56IS refrigerator is a French door model, with 22.6 cubic ft of space. The stainless steel exterior looks spectacular, but the nearly $3,000 price is a little steep. In this review of the Electrolux EI23BC56IS fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth the money. Here’s a rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: Cool Zone drawer, Pure Advantage water and air filters, humidity-controlled crispers, luxury multi-level lighting, gliding full width freezer baskets, removable and spill-proof glass shelves, child lock, digital temperature controls, adjustable gallon door bins, external water and ice dispenser, quick freezing ice maker, and this refrigerator is also Energy Star qualified. It’s a decent set of features, to be sure – however, I would expect this much from a unit as expensive as this one is.
Alright, now we’ll move onto the negative aspects of the Electrolux EI23BC56IS refrigerator. A lot of the issues with this model center around the ice maker. First off, it tends to spit ice chips all around, and onto the floor as well. Other users had problems with the ice being a little too liquid instead of solid, and also that it did not make ice fast enough. Another issue seems to be that the interior drawers are made pretty cheaply. Lastly, there are some noises that come from the ice maker and also from shutting the freezer door. Overall, the Electrolux EI23BC56IS refrigerator appears to be giving users a bit of a headache from the issues it has. With that in mind, I can only give this model a 2.9 / 5 star rating.
The Electrolux EW23BC71IW refrigerator is a French door model, with 22.6 cubic ft of space. Although it’s not huge, it does at least have some nice style. In this review of the Electrolux EW23BC71IW fridge, I’ll go over the positive and negative aspects of this model, then decide if it’s worth the $3,000 price tag. To be honest, the price is on the upper fringe for it’s size range – so, it better have some great features to make it worth the money. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll get on this unit: a perfect temperature drawer, self-closing freezer drawer, external water and ice dispenser, wave touch controls, Pure Advantage water and air filters, 4 luxury-design glass shelves, 3 full-width gliding freezer baskets, and an ice maker that can make up to 9 lbs of bullet shaped ice in 24 hours. As you can see, a lot of the features on this refrigerator would be considered a luxury. For the most part, they are definitely an asset.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Electrolux EW23BC71IW refrigerator. Unfortunately, a good portion of users have had problems with the ice maker on this model. It tends to break down pretty easily – plus, if you have a bigger family the ice maker may not keep up with demand. The wave touch panel is also pretty finicky. It normally works fine, but can randomly give you trouble as well. The freezer is fine, but probably a little smaller than I would like. There’s not a lot else that I have to complain about with the Electrolux EW23BC71IW refrigerator. Overall, I’m giving this model a 3.9 / 5 star rating.
The Electrolux EW28BS71IB refrigerator is a French door model with 27.8 cubic ft of space. The current price of this model is around $2,900 – so we’ll review the Electrolux EW28BS71IB fridge, and decide if it’s worth the higher price tag. As far as aesthetics go, the all-black exterior looks great and the surface is textured beautifully. I also really like the very stylish door handles. Here’s a quick rundown of the best features you’ll find on this unit: exterior water and ice dispenser, up to 9 lbs of bullet shaped ice in a 24 hour period, multi-level lighting, removable and spill proof glass shelves, PureAdvantage water and air filters, a Perfect Temp drawer with 9 preset selections, gliding full-width freezer baskets, wave touch controls, humidity controlled crispers, gallon door bins, and of course it’s also Energy Star qualified. For a high-end refrigerator, this is a pretty standard set of features. Even so, it has a lot of very useful extras included.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Electrolux EW28BS71IB refrigerator. Probably the most common problem amongst users is the ice maker spilling. Unfortunately, it tends to spit out and spill ice when you use the dispenser. Also, the water seems to be a little warm. The only other thing I can think to complain about is the price. I know this is an eye-catching and solidly built unit, but I don’t think the nearly $3,000 price is quite justified. Overall, I’m very happy with the Electrolux EW28BS71IB refrigerator, and I am giving it a 4.2 / 5 star rating. However, if you end up buying this model, just be ready for ice maker issues.
The Electrolux EW28BS71IS refrigerator is a French door model with 27.8 cubic ft of space and a beautiful stainless steel exterior. In this review of the Electrolux EW28BS71IS fridge, I’ll go over the positive and negative aspects of this model and then decide if it’s worth the premium price of $3,300. First off, here’s a rundown the features you’ll find on this unit: a deluxe exterior water and ice dispenser, a perfect temp drawer with 9 preset selections, two humidity controlled crispers, multi-level lighting, three full width gliding freezer baskets, PureAdvantage water and air filters, Energy Star qualified, removable spill-proof glass shelves, and wave touch controls. Of course, this is all in addition to the basic features you’d expect on any high-end refrigerator. Another cool feature on this model is that it can make up to 9 lbs of bullet shaped ice in a days time.
OK, now I’ll go over the negative aspects of the Electrolux EW28BS71IS refrigerator. Probably the biggest problem this model has is that the ice maker freezes up pretty easily. This results in no ice being made, and eventually it will break it. Also, the ice dispenser tends to spill some when you use it. Another thing I’m not crazy about is that you have to open both of the French doors in order to get to the full-width gliding drawer. After a while you tend not to put anything very important in that drawer. There really isn’t much else to complain about with the Electrolux EW28BS71IS – except maybe the higher price. Quite honestly, I would have given this refrigerator the highest marks, if not for the ice maker problems that are so prevalent. Because of that, I can only give it a 4 / 5 star rating.
The Electrolux EW23BC71IS refrigerator is a French door model, with a beautiful stainless steel exterior. It has 22.6 cubic ft of space, so it’s not extremely big. In this review of the Electrolux EW23BC71IS fridge, I’ll go over the strengths and weaknesses of this model, then decide if it’s worth the nearly $3,500 price tag. Quite honestly, this is one of the smallest models being sold for this kind of price – so it has to have some superb features to make up for it. Here’s a rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: luxury multi-level lighting, a special cool zone drawer which keeps contents extra cold, full-width gliding freezer baskets with adjustable dividers, humidity controlled crispers, Energy Star qualified, exterior water and ice dispenser, Pure Advantage water and air filters, and removable spill-proof glass shelves. This is a pretty good set of features on this refrigerator to be sure, but it still may be difficult to justify the price.
Now we’ll go over the negative side of the Electrolux EW23BC71IS refrigerator. Probably the main problem with this model is the ice maker – and other users verify this point. Basically, the ice production is very slow and the bin is also pretty small. Also, I think the door storage could use a lot of improvement. Lastly, I’m not a big fan of the divider in the freezer bins. They are pretty hard to move, and they get in the way if you have something big to store. It’s not so much that the Electrolux EW23BC71IS is a bad model, it’s more that you expect perfection from such an expensive refrigerator. Overall, I’m giving it a 3.8 / 5 star rating.
The Electrolux EI23CS55GB refrigerator is a sleek side by side model with 22.5 cubic ft of space. The current price of this model is around $2,100 – so we’ll review the Electrolux EI23CS55GB fridge, and see if it’s worth the higher price tag. Here’s a rundown of the features you’ll find on this model: a 9 inch tall water and ice dispenser, IQ Touch controls, glide-out crisper drawers, air and water filters, gliding glass shelves, alarm system, Energy Star qualified, never clean condenser, quick freeze feature, and a special drawer which gets cold air pumped into it to keep items extra chilled. The ramp-up lighting is also a very nice feature, and it’s super bright as well. I also have to mention the exterior of this refrigerator – it’s absolutely beautiful. This manufacturer does an outstanding job at designing their units to be attractive.
OK, let’s move onto the negative aspects of the Electrolux EI23CS55GB refrigerator. There are really only a couple of things that come to mind: the crushed ice tends to spray out a bit, and the door storage is a bit limited. I think the door storage is the annoying than the crushed ice – I wish they would have designed it a little better. I guess a third thing that could be considered a negative aspect is the $2,100 price. The Electrolux EI23CS55GB is definitely priced a little higher than most refrigerator’s with this amount of space. I just think this model has that luxury appeal that makes you want to love it. Overall, I’m giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The Electrolux EI23CS55GS refrigerator is a mid-sized side by side model with 22.5 cubic ft of space. The stainless steel exterior is gorgeous. In this review of the Electrolux EI23CS55GS fridge, I’ll be going over this model’s best and worst features (or lack of). Here’s a rundown of some of the better features you’ll find on this unit: IQ-touch controls, fast ice option, luxury design lighting, water and air filters, in-door water and ice dispensers, alarm system, humidity-controlled crispers, designer glass shelves, Energy Star qualified, and it’s also Star-K certified. As I mentioned earlier, the exterior of this refrigerator is absolutely stunning. This company does such a good job, as far as looks go. The feature set is also pretty impressive for a mid-sized model.
OK, now I’ll move onto the potential negative aspects of the Electrolux EI23CS55GS refrigerator. First off, the $2,300 price tag is a little higher than most of the competition in this cubic ft range. Another issue is that when you push items to the back on the top shelf, it could cause them to freeze. And it may also block some cold air from getting to the rest of the fridge. Also, I’m not crazy about the lip on the door bins. It may look nice, but it makes it harder to take items out of there. I don’t really have much else to complain about with the Electrolux EI23CS55GS – it’s a solid refrigerator with a lot of good features. Overall, I’m giving this model a 4.2 / 5 star rating.
The Electrolux EI26SS55GW refrigerator is a side-by-side model with 26 cubic ft of space. The exterior is white-colored, but it does have a nice finish to it. In this review, I’ll go over the Electrolux EI26SS55GW fridge’s positive and negative aspects. First, here’s a list of this model’s best features: luxury-design glass shelves (which glide as well), humidity-controlled crispers, water and air filtration system, ultra-white interior lighting, IQ-Touch controls, gallon door storage, and external water and ice dispenser. The extra features and quality materials give this refrigerator a high end look.
Now, I’ll go over any downside to buying the Electrolux EI26SS55GW fridge. Well, the obvious issue is the $1,800 price tag. It’s a little higher than most similar competitors. However, I do think that the feature set and build quality offsets the price some. I also wish this model had multi-air flow and dual cooling systems. Other than that, there isn’t a whole lot wrong with the Electrolux EI26SS55GW refrigerator. I’m giving this model a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
Electrolux EI26SS55GS review: The beautifully designed, stainless steel Electrolux EI26SS55GS refrigerator has 25.9 cubic ft of space and is full of style. All the curved edges give it a warm look, but with a modern twist. The designer glass shelves are really neat – they glide out so you can reach the stuff in the back with ease. They also look spectacular. The lighting on the inside is well thought out. It gently increases the longer you have the door open, and eventually turns into a bright ultrawhite, shadowless lighting. A few other features you’ll find on this model: luxury-glide crispers, water and air filtration systems, dual cooling, water and ice dispeners, IQ-Touch technology, and it is Engery Star qualified.
There are a few things on the Electrolux EI26SS55GS refrigerator that buyers complain about. The first is the ice maker, which has a tendency to make more ice than the bin can hold and the ice dispenser can get a little messy sometimes as well. Another issue is that it can be a little loud. It’s bearable, but annoying none the less. The $2,000 price tag may seem a little high, but it’s actually in line with similar competitor refrigerators. Overall, this model is solidly built and definitely worth checking out. I’m giving it a 4/5 star rating.
Our Electrolux EW23BC71IB review: The 22.6 cubic ft, french door Electrolux EW23BC71IB refrigerator is a deep black colored model with a good amount of features. It also costs a pretty penny (currently $3,300), so we’ll take a look at all the features to see if it’s actually worth the money. On board this fridge you’ll find: 4 luxury design glass shelves, external water and ice dispensers, an ice-maker which can produce a whopping 9 lbs of bullet shaped ice in 24 hours, perfect temp drawer with 9 preset modes, 3 luxury-glide freezer baskets, PureAdvantage water filter and air filter, and wave-touch controls. I have to admit, the wave-touch controls are a pretty neat, high-tech addition.
Now I’ll go over the potential negatives of the Electrolux EW23BC71IB refrigerator. The first is the price, no question about it. At this price level, you could get a good 28 or 29 cubic ft fridge. The features are definitely cool and very useful, but I’m not sure they are cool enough to justify $3,300. The other more petty issue I have with this model is the shelves. They look spectacular, but I’m not sure they are the most spill-proof shelving available. Also, it would have been nice to have the dispenser be slightly taller. I would probably give the Electrolux EW23BC71IB our highest rating, except for the price. For that reason, I can only give it 4.5/5 stars.