The LG LFC20760ST refrigerator is a French door model with 19.7 cubic ft of space. Even though the interior is smaller, the style and design is spectacular. In this review of the LG LFC20760ST fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then determine if it’s worth buying.
Currently, you can buy this unit for around $1,500 – which is definitely on the high-end of models in this size range. The exterior is made entirely of stainless steel, with contoured doors and matching handles to complete the modern look. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: digital temperature controls, factory installed ice maker, adjustable gallon door bins, split Spill Protector shelves which are made of tempered glass, humidity-controlled crispers, DuraBase full-width freezer drawer, multi air flow technology, door alarm, and this refrigerator is also Energy Star qualified. The width of this model is just 30 inches, so it will fit into just about any kitchen space.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the LG LFC20760ST refrigerator. One of the main issues with this model is that the doors tend to need a little help shutting properly. I also wish the freezer drawer was designed a little better. It’s decent, but can be a little hard to reach items in the back. Also, it can feel a little on the small side with the ice maker. Another minor issue I have with this model is that the door hinges aren’t hidden. Not a huge deal, but it would have added a lot to the overall look. Quite honestly, there’s not a lot wrong with the LG LFC20760ST refrigerator. It’s a very solid unit, and seems to be very reliable as well. I also like that there are a few luxury features included. If you don’t mind paying the higher price for this model, I say go for it. I’m giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.