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.
The LG LFX25978ST refrigerator is a French door model with 24.9 cubic ft of space. The exterior is has a beautiful stainless steel finish. In this review of the LG LFX25978ST fridge, I’ll go over the positive and negative aspects of this model, then decide if it’s worth the $2,300 price tag. Here’s a rundown of what you can expect to find on this unit: premium LED lighting, adjustable gallon door bins, humidity controlled crispers, full-width and adjustable temp gliding drawer, contoured doors, hidden hinges, exterior water and ice dispenser, door alarm, accelerated ice making system, spill protector glass shelves, electronic temperature controls, and it’s also Energy Star qualified. As you can see, this refrigerator just about has it all. I love the slim ice maker in the door and all the extra door bins for easy storage. To me, this model feels a lot more spacious than it actually is – which is a good thing.
Alright, onto the negative aspects of the LG LFX25978ST refrigerator. One problem I’ve noticed among users is that the ice maker tends to get stuck sometimes. Usually you just have to stir around the ice at top, but it can get a little annoying. Another issue I have with this model is that some of the parts seem a little cheap – this is especially disappointing because this model is expensive. Probably the biggest issue holding people back from buying this unit is the higher price tag. I’m not saying it’s not worth the money, it’s just that you could easily get a competitor model for $500 less. Even with these few issues, I still really like the LG LFX25978ST refrigerator. Overall, I’m giving it a 4.3 / 5 star rating.
The LG LSC27914ST refrigerator is a very sleek side by side model, with 26.4 cubic ft of space. The current price of this model is right around $1,200 – so, in this review of the LG LSC27914ST fridge, I’ll go over the strengths and weaknesses and decide if it’s worth the money. My first impression is that it looks great, has enough space, and is priced very reasonably. Next, we’ll take a closer look at the features to see what’s included with this unit: spill-proof glass shelves, digital control pad with LED display, an exterior water and ice dispenser, water filter, humidity-controlled crispers, child lock, door alarm, gallon door bins, accelerated ice machine, and it also has sensor technology to keep the temperature steady. I do like that this refrigerator seems very roomy – they did an excellent job of organizing the shelves and containers.
OK, let’s talk about the negative aspects of the LG LSC27914ST refrigerator. First off, the ice maker tends to spit ice out onto the floor. The only way to get around this issue is to hold your cup up very close to the top, which can get annoying. Also, the water seems to come out pretty slow. Another issue I have is with the cheap door handles. They look pretty nice from a distance, but when you get up close and pull on the doors, you can tell they are made with sub-par materials. I know this is one the cheapest models this manufacturer makes, but it would still be nice to get half-way decent handles. A very small number of buyers had problems with the LG LSC27914ST refrigerator breaking down, so I’m thinking it was more of a fluke that it broke down soon after purchasing it. Overall, I do like the look and features on this unit – I just wish they could change those few issues. As is, I can only give this model a 3.8 / 5 star rating.
The LG LFX28978SW refrigerator is an all-white French door model with 27.6 cubic ft of space. This unit comes with a pretty hefty price tag of $2,200. In this review of the LG LFX28978SW fridge, I’ll go over the strengths and weaknesses of this model, then decide if it’s worth the higher price. Here’s a rundown of the features you’ll find on it: an exterior water and ice dispenser, a slim ice maker system to allow for more usable space, smooth touch controls with white LED display, spill-proof and tempered glass shelves, humidity controlled crispers, full width gliding drawer, bonus drawer, 6 gallon door bins, multi-air flow technology, Energy Star qualified, door alarm, premium LED interior lighting, and an NSF certified water filter. As you can tell from the list above, this refrigerator is packed with premium features. The extra space gained from the slim ice maker is a real bonus, because it feels very roomy inside. The premium glass shelves are also great.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the LG LFX28978SW refrigerator. Unfortunately, the ice maker is a little bit on the noisy side. Also, I don’t like the fact that you have to open both top doors in order to get to the full-width drawers. This is a very common problem with this style though. Another thing that can get annoying is that the whole unit shifts forward when you try to pull the freezer drawer open. This may not be an issue if the top section is completely loaded down and the freezer is empty, I don’t know. To be honest, there’s not much else to complain about with the LG LFX28978SW refrigerator. It’s a very nice unit with a good amount of space and features. The price is a little high, but you get what you pay for. Overall, I’m giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The LG LFX28978SB refrigerator is a good sized French door model, with a beautiful black colored exterior and 27.6 cubic ft of space. In this review of the LG LFX28978SB fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s a good buy or not. As you can imagine, the price on this unit is pretty steep – nearly $2,400. However, this isn’t out of line with most models of this size and caliber. Here’s a quick rundown of features you’ll get with this unit: exterior water and ice dispenser, multi-air flow technology for a more even temperature, three slide-out and one folding tempered glass shelves, humidity-controlled crispers, a full width gliding drawer, adjustable gallon door bins, Energy Star qualified, a refrigerator door alarm, premium LED lighting package, and a slim ice maker system which takes up much less room. As you can see, there are a lot of extra features on this model which go way beyond the basics. I also love the 10 year compressor warranty, and the 1 year parts and labor warranty.
Now I’ll go over some of the negative aspects of the LG LFX28978SB refrigerator. One thing I don’t like is that the freezer door seems a little heavy. This is especially true if you have a full drawer. Of course, if it’s empty it will glide out just fine. Also, the ice maker is pretty slow if you have a big family or throw a party. Other than those few issues, there’s really not much else to complain about. Probably the biggest thing that would hold a lot of people from buying the LG LFX28978SB would be the higher price tag. However, I don’t really see that as too much of a negative – it’s priced fair for what you get. Overall, I’m giving this refrigerator a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The LG LFC25776ST refrigerator is a mid-sized French door model, with 25 cubic ft of space. The stainless steel exterior looks ver classy and modern. In this review of the LG LFC25776ST fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth the nearly $1,600 price tag. Here’s a quick rundown of the best features found on this model: internal LED touchpad, accelerated ice freezing, Energy Star qualified (30% better than Federal standards), door alarm, premium LED lighting package, humidity-controlled crispers, adjustable gallon door bins, glide out drawer, multi-airflow technology, spill protector and tempered glass shelves, and a linear compressor which helps save energy. Overall, I’m impressed with the features this refrigerator has. Quite honestly, you may not find this amount of features even on a much more expensive model. It is still missing a couple useful items, but it’s still a great line-up.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the LG LFC25776ST refrigerator. The items I was referring to above include: no water or ice dispenser (although, it does have an ice maker), the doors can be a little hard to close, the meat drawer requires both French doors to be open in order to slide it out, and the stainless steel exterior tends to mark up pretty easily. Not a very long list of complaints, and most of them are pretty minor. If the LG LFC25776ST refrigerator had a water dispenser, I would have given this unit top ratings. Even with the minor issues, I’m giving this model a 4.5 / 5 star rating. The price is great, and the feature set is wonderful.
The LG LMX25984ST refrigerator is an innovative model, which includes lots of extras and 24.7 cubic ft of space. The exterior of this unit is absolutely gorgeous. In this review of the LG LMX25984ST fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses – then, we can decide if it’s worth the $2,300 price tag. First off, here’s a rundown of some of it’s best features: slide out and folding spill protector glass shelves, adjustable gallon door bins, electronic controls with LED display, exterior water and ice dispenser, 4-compartment crisper system, a door alarm, super bright interior LED lighting, Energy Star qualified, multi-air flow technology for a more even temperature throughout the refrigerator, and of course the double drawer freezer. What’s neat about the double drawers is that you can store your frequently needed items on the top and the rest on the bottom drawer. Also, I really like the stainless steel exterior of this model, like I mentioned earlier. Lastly, I love the fact that the ice maker is built into the door, instead of taking up valuable shelf space.
Now, onto the potential negative aspects of the LG LMX25984ST refrigerator. In general, I don’t have any bigger issues with this model, just a few smaller ones. First off, it seems to be a little louder than some other model’s I’ve seen. Another thing is that with the double freezer drawers, it seems like there is less space than you would otherwise have. Also, I hate having to open both fridge doors to get into the deli drawer – just don’t put anything in there that you need on a daily basis, or it will get annoying. Another couple issues: water drips down the front of the unit unless you are very careful, and the ice tends to get crushed even if you have it set to cubed. Overall, I absolutely love the LG LMX25984ST – it’s one of the best looking refrigerator’s out there. It does have a couple minor issues though, and because of that I can only give it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The LG LTC22350SS refrigerator is somewhat unusual for the manufacturer, in that it’s a top-freezer model. They are really known for making french door and side-by-side models. In this review of the LG LTC22350SS fridge, I’ll go over this particular model’s best features as well as it’s downsides. The premium stainless steel exterior looks great in combination with the contoured doors and smooth surface. This model has 22 cubic ft of space, but I think the freezer feels a little smaller with the ice maker in there. A few of this refrigerator’s best features include: a factory-installed ice maker, humidity controlled crispers, glass shelves, and LoDecibel quiet operation. It also has a combination of split and full shelves for optimal space use.
Now we’ll go over the potential downsides of the LG LTC22350SS refrigerator. As I mentioned earlier, the freezer seems a little small for a 22 cubic ft model. But, this is the case with any top freezer fridge with an ice maker – so it’s not such a huge deal. I wish the freezer had an interior light, that can be a pain when using it in the dark. Also, I would have liked it if this model had a water filter for the ice maker. Lastly, you have to remember that the stainless steel on the LG LTC22350SS refrigerator looks great, but it gets marked up with fingerprints pretty easily. Overall, I think it’s a good buy – with a price of only $900. I’m giving it a 4 / 5 star rating.
The LG LBC22520SW refrigerator is a 22.4 cubic ft bottom freezer model, with a very stylish white-colored exterior. In this review of the LG LBC22520SW fridge, I’ll go over the positive and negative aspects of owning this model. As I mentioned a bit ago, I really love the exterior on this model – the finish is very high quality and the handles are made with commercial grade metal. A few other features you’ll find on this refrigerator include: digital temperature controls, Energy Star compliant, split tempered glass shelves, multi-air flow cooling, accelerated ice freezing, a snack bin, and adjustable door bins.
There are a couple smaller issues with the LG LBC22520SW refrigerator. First off, a number of people complain about the ice-maker being loud or about the fridge being loud in general. Second is that the door is a bit cumbersome to flip around. Not a huge deal, but it is annoying none-the-less. We would have also liked to see another shelf in the door and an LED temp display. All in all, the LG LBC22520SW fridge is well worth the $800 you spend on it. I’m giving it a 4/5 star rating.
The LG LFX25976ST refrigerator is a 24.7 cubic ft, french door model with a lot of style and also some great features. In this review, I’ll go over some of the LG LFX25976ST fridge’s positive and negative aspects. First off, if you haven’t actually seen this model in person, you’ll be surprised at how good it looks. The stainless steel exterior, hidden hinges, and contoured handles give it a very sleek look. I also really like the tall water and ice dispenser located alongside the control pad. A few other nice features on this refrigerator include:slim ice system for more freezer space, transitional LED lighting, four-compartment crisper system, accelerated ice freezing, linear compressor motor gives more efficiency and less break downs, and Smooth-Touch controls with LED display. All in all, a great set of features on this refrigerator.
Next, I’ll go over some of the potential negative aspects of the LG LFX25976ST refrigerator. The only problems that I came across are: the ice maker doesn’t hold a ton of ice (especially if you have a bigger family), the stainless steel exterior marks up pretty easily with fingerprints, and at least one user complained that it leaks water in humid climates. I suppose that last one could be a fluke, but just be aware that it could happen if you do live in a humid area. Honestly, these are fairly minor problems. I really like the LG LFX25976ST refrigerator, overall. I’m giving this model a 4.5 / 5 star rating.