The KitchenAid KSRV22FVWH refrigerator is a side by side model, with 21.7 cubic ft of space. The all-white exterior would probably match some kitchen decor’s better than others. In this review of the KitchenAid KSRV22FVWH fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth the nearly $1,300 price. Here’s what you can expect, as far as features go: exterior water and ice dispenser, clear gallon door bins, an LCD dispenser display, RollerTrac crisper and meat pan, PuR water filter, in-door ice dispensing system, slide-out glass shelves, and it’s Energy Star qualified. To be honest, I’m not overly impressed by this feature set. I know this refrigerator has the basics covered, but there really isn’t a lot that sets it apart from the competition. This is especially true at this price level. However, the LCD display on the exterior is a nice touch.
Now, onto the negative aspects of the KitchenAid KSRV22FVWH refrigerator. For one thing, I think it’s a little noisier than a lot of the competition. Another issue I have with this unit is that the freezer side is way too small. To me, it seems like it’s much smaller than ordinary side-by-sides. And, this problem is only magnified since it’s a pretty small model to begin with. Last issue I have with this model is that the price is a little on the high side – especially when you compare it to similar 21 cubic ft models. While there are a few issues with the KitchenAid KSRV22FVWH, I still think it’s a decent refrigerator. It definitely looks nice, and even though the features are kind of average, I think the build quality is great. Overall, I would have to give this model a 3.8 / 5 star rating.
The KitchenAid KSRG25FVMS refrigerator is a side by side model with 25.3 cubic ft of space. The stainless steel exterior is modern looking and beautiful. In this review of the KitchenAid KSRG25FVMS fridge, I’ll go over the strengths and weaknesses of this model, then decide if it’s worth the $1,600 price tag. Here’s a rundown of the best features found on this unit: exterior water and ice dispenser, ExtendFresh Plus temperature management system, fresh seal deli locker, humidity controlled crisper, LCD dispenser display, slide-out glass shelves, clear gallon door bins, roller track meat pan, and a PuR water filter. Not a bad set of features on this refrigerator, but nothing too out of the ordinary for this price range. I do really like the sliding glass shelves and the LCD display is neat as well.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the KitchenAid KSRG25FVMS refrigerator. The main problem users have with this model seems to be with the ice maker. It tends to freeze up and a couple buyers had it break down. Another issue is with the design of the ice maker. While it does save space in the freezer, it tends to be a little messy – especially in the front. Also, this model seems to be a little bit noisy at times. Overall, I think the KitchenAid KSRG25FVMS is still a nice refrigerator. Without the ice maker problems, this would be a superb model. Even so, I’m giving this model a 4 / 5 star rating.
The KitchenAid KSRV22FVMS refrigerator is a sleek side by side model with 21.7 cubic ft of space, and a beautiful monochromatic stainless steel exterior. In this review of the KitchenAid KSRV22FVMS fridge, I’ll go over the strengths and weaknesses of this model, then decide if it’s worth the $1,450 asking price. Here’s a quick rundown of what you can expect to get out of this unit: exterior water and ice dispenser with LED display, PuR water filter, humidity-controlled crisper, adjustable door bins, Energy Star qualified, slide-out and adjustable glass shelves, a meat pan, and an ExtendFresh temperature management system, which helps keep the goods in your refrigerator fresh. While it’s not the best set of features from this manufacturer, it definitely covers all the basics and then some.
Now, onto the negative aspects of the KitchenAid KSRV22FVMS refrigerator. One of the major complaints amongst users is that it is pretty noisy. I don’t think the noise is horrible, but it’s loud enough that you’ll at least hear it throughout the day. Another thing is that the freezer seems a little crowded. I know it’s a smaller model to begin with, so this shouldn’t be a big surprise I guess. Lastly, when the doors swing open it seems like it puts a lot of pressure on the hinges. I highly doubt it’s enough to break them, but just don’t overload the door too much with very heavy items. Even with those couple issues, I still really like the KitchenAid KSRV22FVMS. The design and stainless steel finish is so attractive. Overall, I’m giving this refrigerator a 4 / 5 star rating.
The KitchenAid K9TREFFWBL refrigerator is a top-freezer model and is one of the smallest this manufacturer makes, with just 18.9 cubic ft of space. In this review of the KitchenAid K9TREFFWBL fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses. First off, here’s a rundown of this model’s best features: adjustable spill-clean glass shelves, humidity controlled crispers, Energy Star qualified, Extend Fresh temperature management system, and clear bins so you can easily see what’s inside. Overall, a decent feature set for a smaller refrigerator. I also really like the exterior of this model – it’s a very stylish black color.
Now, let’s move onto the negative aspects of the KitchenAid K9TREFFWBL refrigerator. First off, it doesn’t have an ice maker – which is more of a convenience feature. It’s also a little loud, but not horrible. A couple other things I’m not a big fan of: the door bins are not adjustable, there are no freezer bins or baskets, and the $850 price is a little higher than the competition in this size range. Overall, I do like the KitchenAid K9TREFFWBL fridge though. There’s something about it that’s very attractive, and it’s also built very well. I’m giving it a 4 / 5 star rating.
The KitchenAid KFIS25XVBL refrigerator is a decent-sized French door model, with nearly 25 cubic ft of space. I love the black colored exterior, it’s very elegant looking. In this review of the KitchenAid KFIS25XVBL fridge, I’ll go over this model’s best and worst assets. Here’s a rundown of the best features you’ll find on this unit: external water and ice dispenser, door alarm, clear door bins with grip pads, LCD display with temperature readout, humidity-controlled crispers, dairy locker, adjustable SpillClean glass shelves, full-width pantry drawer, and 3 plastic freezer bins. This refrigerator currently sells for around $1,900 – which is actually a pretty good deal for the features you get and the size of this model.
Now I’ll go over any potential negative aspects of the KitchenAid KFIS25XVBL refrigerator. Quite a number of users complain about the usable space inside this model. Even though it’s nearly 25 cubic ft, the way it’s designed makes it seem like less. Also, the ice maker takes up a lot of space. So in essence, it’s a trade-off of the ice maker for less usable space. Another thing is that it doesn’t make crushed ice. This is more of an inconvenience, so I won’t make a big fuss about it. Overall though, I really like the build quality and features on the KitchenAid KFIS25XVBL fridge. I am only giving it a 4 / 5 star rating – if there were more usable space, I would give it a higher mark.
The KitchenAid KFIS27CXWH refrigerator is a 26.6 cubic ft French door model. The white-colored exterior is elegant and the finish is definitely a higher quality than most. In this review of the KitchenAid KFIS27CXWH fridge, I’ll be going over the best and worst that this model has to offer. Here are some of it’s best features: it’s Energy Star qualified, it has a 4.3 inch full color LCD display with an enhanced user interface, in-door ice and water dispenser, ExtendFresh temperature management system, gallon door bins, glass shelves, and a water filter. I love the LCD display on this refrigerator, and it has some pretty useful features on it as well. For example, when dispensing water it can tell you the dispensed amount it ounces, cups or liters. Overall, a decent set of features on this model.
Now I’ll go over the potential negative aspects of the KitchenAid KFIS27CXWH refrigerator. First off, I think the $2,500 price tag is a little high for what you get. I know it’s built with high quality materials and it has a good feature set, but you can get similar competitor models in the $2,000 price range. Plus, this model is not even stainless steel – which usually costs more than the standard white color. I also heard of a couple buyers who had problems with the ice maker, but I think that was more of a fluke than anything. Other than those issues, I don’t have much to complain about with the KitchenAid KFIS27CXWH fridge. I’m giving it a 4 / 5 star rating – mainly due to the higher price tag.
The KitchenAid KFIL27CXMS refrigerator is a 26.6 cubic ft model with a monochromatic stainless steel exterior. As far as looks go, I think this model has it all – it could fit in just about any style of kitchen. In this review of the KitchenAid KFIL27CXMS fridge, I’ll be going over the best and worst features on this model. This refrigerator is currently being sold for $2,600 – which means it better have a lot of great features to justify the higher price tag. Here’s what you’ll be getting with this unit: a full color 4.3 inch LCD display, an enhanced user interface, Energy Star qualified, ice-dispensing system with removable ice bucket, and ExtendFresh temp management system. Of course it does come with a couple other basics – water and ice dispenser, spill-guard glass shelves, adjustable door bins, and a door alarm. One of the best features on this model is the great user interface. It converts measurements for you among things.
Here are a couple aspects of the KitchenAid KFIL27CXMS refrigerator I don’t like. First issue I have is with the higher price tag. It’s going to make this model a bit too pricey for most buyers. A couple users had a problem with the ice maker not working properly. I’m guessing this was more a fluke than a recurring problem, but it’s still something to consider. Also, fingerprints and dirt spots are going to show up on the exterior much easier since it’s a stainless steel model. Other than those few things, I haven’t come across any other major or even minor problems with the KitchenAid KFIL27CXMS fridge. Overall, I’m giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The KitchenAid KBRS19KTBL refrigerator is on the small side, as far as bottom-freezer models go – it’s only 18.5 cubic ft. In this review, I’ll go over the KitchenAid KBRS19KTBL fridge’s best features and also its poorest features. As far as exterior looks go, this model is superb. Here’s a list of what you’ll find on the inside: adjustable SpillClean glass shelves, humidity-controlled crispers, egg bin, dairy locker, FreshChill temperature management system, gallon door bin and a can rack. It is also Energy Star qualified, which is definitely a plus. For such a small refrigerator, this model has quite a few extra features.
Unfortunately, the KitchenAid KBRS19KTBL fridge does have a few negative aspects as well. The first is the $1,250 price tag. This is very high compared to other models in this size range. I realize you are getting a lot more features with this model, so it does justify the price somewhat. Another complaint is that it’s a little too deep – meaning, it can be difficult to reach stuff way in the back of the refrigerator. Last issue I have with the KitchenAid KBRS19KTBL is that it can show fingerprints rather easily. Not as much as the stainless steel version, but it can still be pretty bad. Overall, I’m giving this model a 4.3 / 5 star rating.
The KitchenAid KSRG25FVBL refrigerator is a side-by-side model with 25.3 cubic ft of space. The exterior is an elegant black color with the water and ice dispenser on the left hand side. In this review I’ll go over the KitchenAid KSRG25FVBL fridge’s best features and its potential issues. Here’s a rundown of this model’s top features: humidity-controlled crispers, LCD dispenser display, in-door ice bucket, FreshChill temp management system, dispenser lock, Energy Star qualified, gallon door bins, and adjustable SpillClean glass shelves. I really like that its ice bucket is in the door, this saves a good amount of useful freezer space.
The KitchenAid KSRG25FVBL refrigerator does not have a lot to complain about. The only user problems I can across were the ice maker going out after a year or two. But, I think it may have been more of a fluke than anything. The exterior is not the easiest to keep clean, but that’s not a huge problem. Other than that, I haven’t heard about any major problems with the KitchenAid KSRG25FVBL fridge. It is currently available for $1,400. I’m giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
Our KitchenAid K9TREFFWWH review: It’s very hard to find a decent smaller-sized fridge. However, the KitchenAid K9TREFFWWH refrigerator is solidly built and also comes with a few extra features. At only 18.9 cubic ft, it’s going to be too small for most families – but, just about perfect for couples and single folks. One thing I really like about this model is that it is Energy Star qualified. That means you’ll save money over the competition in the long run. A few other features on this refrigerator include: adjustable SpillClean glass shelves, humidity-controlled crispers, two freezer shelves and a temperature management system. While it may not seem like a lot, this is actually a good amount of features for a smaller model.
Currently, the KitchenAid K9TREFFWWH refrigerator costs around $820 at Lowes. This is a bit higher priced than similar competitor models, but not too much. Probably the biggest complaint about this model is the noise it makes. I’ve read a number of complaints about it being too loud. Other than that, I only have petty stuff to complain about (door bins aren’t adjustable, there’s no ice maker, etc.). If it weren’t for the noise factor, I would really like this model a lot more. As it is, I’m giving the KitchenAid K9TREFFWWH a 3.8 / 5 star rating.