The Whirlpool ED2KHAXVS refrigerator is a side by side model with 21.7 cubic ft of space. The stainless steel exterior is very stylish and classy-looking. In this review of the Whirlpool ED2KHAXVS fridge, I’ll go over the positive and negative aspects of this model, then decide if it’s worth the $1,350 price tag. As far as looks go, I think they did a pretty good job. The smooth stainless steel in combination with the luxury design handle bars give it a nice modern look. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll find on this model: exterior water and ice dispenser, PuR filtration system, adjustable spill-guard shelves, back-lit slide controls, humidity controlled crisper, full-width freezer bin, snack pan, a temperature controlled meat pan, adjustable gallon door bins, child lock, digital temperature control, and it’s also Energy Star qualified. For a refrigerator of this size and price, this is actually a decent amount of features. Of course, even though it has some high-end features doesn’t mean they all work exceptionally well – but, we’ll see if that’s the case next.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Whirlpool ED2KHAXVS refrigerator. While I do like the customizable shelves and door bins, the space still seems a little cramped to me – especially the freezer side. A number of users have also had problems with the ice maker either getting jammed up or going out completely. The ice maker can tend to be a little loud as well – but, this is a pretty common problem. All in all, I think this is a fine model, but I wouldn’t say it’s spectacular or anything. While it has its issues, the Whirlpool ED2KHAXVS refrigerator still has its good looks and decent dependability on it’s side. Overall, I’m giving this model a 3.8 / 5 star rating.
The Whirlpool ET1CHEXVB refrigerator is a top freezer model, with 21 cubic ft of space. The all-black exterior and finish gives it a pretty classy look. In this review of the Whirlpool ET1CHEXVB fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth the $700 price tag. With a great price and classy exterior it has a nice start, but now we’ll take a closer look at the features on this unit: adjustable gallon door bins, factory installed ice maker, clear meat pan, humidity-controlled crispers, adjustable and spill catcher glass shelves, reversible door swing, full-width freezer shelf, and this refrigerator is also Energy Star qualified. For a cheaper model, this is actually not a bad set of features.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Whirlpool ET1CHEXVB refrigerator. While I like having the factory installed ice maker, it tends to be a little noisy and it also takes up some valuable freezer space. However, I think I would rather have it than not. I also wish the door bins were clear so you could see inside them more easily. Lastly, I wish the ice water was filtered. There really isn’t much else to complain about with the Whirlpool ET1CHEXVB – I think it’s a pretty solid refrigerator. Overall, I’m giving this basic, yet dependable model a 4.4 / 5 star rating.
The Whirlpool ET8WTEXVQ refrigerator is a fairly small top freezer model, with just 18.3 cubit ft of space. The exterior is a very standard white color. In this review of the Whirlpool ET8WTEXVQ fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth the near $700 price tag. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: clear meat pan, Energy Star qualified, fixed door storage, adjustable wire shelves, clear crispers, reversible door swing, and Accu-chill temperature management system. And even though this refrigerator does not come with an ice maker, you do have the option of installing one yourself. As you can see, this model does not have a lot of extras.
OK, onto the negative side of the Whirlpool ET8WTEXVQ refrigerator. First off, I’m not a big fan of wire shelving. I wish they could have installed any style of glass shelving in place of the wire. Also, it would have been a nice touch if they had included a factory installed ice maker. A few other things I don’t like: the door bins are not adjustable, there’s no light in the freezer, and there’s no egg bin. I know you can’t expect a ton of features on a cheaper model, but a couple of these things seem so standard that they should have been included. While I think the Whirlpool ET8WTEXVQ runs great, I just can’t help thinking it’s lacking a few basic features. Overall, I’m giving this refrigerator a 3.8 / 5 star rating.
The Whirlpool ED2KVEXVQ refrigerator is a side by side model, with 21.7 cubic ft of space. In my opinion, the all-white exterior is a bit drab. In this review of the Whirlpool ED2KVEXVQ fridge, I’ll look beyond the exterior and see if this model is still a good buy. The $900 price tag is actually pretty reasonable for the size, so that is a positive. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: an exterior water and ice dispenser, clear crisper and meat pan, adjustable spill-guard glass shelves, dispenser lockout, Energy Star qualified, PuR water filtration, adjustable gallon door bins, and a full-width freezer bin. This is not a bad set of features on this refrigerator. In fact, it’s probably about as good as you’ll find at this price point.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Whirlpool ED2KVEXVQ refrigerator. One thing I don’t like is how much room the ice maker takes up in the freezer. It doesn’t leave a lot of room for storing bigger items. A few users have had problems with the ice maker not working properly, or breaking down within the first year. Unfortunately, this is a pretty common problem with side by side models. Another less important item is that the door tends to stick a little. Other than those few issues, there’s not a lot to complain about with the Whirlpool ED2KVEXVQ. It’s a pretty solid refrigerator, even if the exterior is a little boring. I’m giving it a 4 / 5 star rating.
The Whirlpool ED2KVEXVB refrigerator is a black colored side by side model with 21.7 cubic ft of space. The exterior looks great, and should match most kitchens. In this review of the Whirlpool ED2KVEXVB fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth nearly $900 asking price. Actually, I’ve seen this model as cheap as $810, which is a lot more reasonable for this size. OK, here’s a rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: clear meat pan, adjustable gallon door bins, EZ-Touch exterior water and ice dispensers, dispenser lockout, a clear crisper drawer, Energy Star qualified, adjustable spill-guard glass shelves, PuR water filter, and a full width freezer bin. I wouldn’t say it’s the best feature set on this refrigerator, but it’s not bad either. I do really like the meat drawer and that the door bins are adjustable.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Whirlpool ED2KVEXVB refrigerator. I’ve run into a couple users who’ve had problems with the ice maker. It’s great when it’s working, but it seems to have issues in the long run. The doors can also be a little hard to open, and tend to stick a little. Overall, I think this model is pretty good, just not spectacular. If it were just a little cheaper or had more features, I would tend to like it a little more. Because of that, I can only give the Whirlpool ED2KVEXVB a 3.8 / 5 star rating.
The Whirlpool ED5VHEXVQ refrigerator is a side by side model with 25.1 cubic ft of space. I haven’t made my mind up about the white-colored exterior, but it seems a little too plain. In this review of the Whirlpool ED5VHEXVQ fridge, I’ll be going over this model’s strengths and weaknesses. First off, here’s a rundown of the best features found on this unit: exterior water and ice dispensers, Energy Star qualified, dual cooling, glass shelves, gallon door bins, crisper drawers, and freezer bin. Quite honestly, this feature set is not spectacular – it’s pretty basic. However, this refrigerator does have a lot more space than most $800 models, so in that regard it’s not so bad.
Now, I’ll go over the negative aspects of the Whirlpool ED5VHEXVQ refrigerator. One thing that really stands out is the build quality, which is a little sub-par. Also, I’ve read numerous accounts of this model breaking down after a couple years of use. While it’s not super loud, the ice maker tends to make quite a bit of noise when dropping ice in the bucket. While I really like the size of the Whirlpool ED5VHEXVQ, I think you trade size for some of its quality. For that reason, I can only give this refrigerator a 3.5 / 5 star rating.
The Whirlpool Gold GI0FSAXVY refrigerator is a relatively small French door model, which only has 20 cubic ft of space. In this review of the Whirlpool Gold GI0FSAXVY fridge, I’ll be going over the best and worst features associated with this model. The monochromatic stainless steel exterior is gorgeous, and the high-end door handles have a sleek, modern look to them. Here’s a rundown of the other great features you’ll find on this model: humidity-controlled crisper, adjustable spill-guard glass shelves, adjustable gallon door bins, Accu-chill temperature management, PuR water filter, in-door water and ice dispenser, Energy Star qualified, and it also has a pull-out freezer drawer. I think the thing that stands out most to me is the build quality of this refrigerator. It’s very solid, and nothing feels like it’s made too cheaply.
Now I’ll go over the potential downsides of the Whirlpool Gold GI0FSAXVY refrigerator. At the top of the list has to be the nearly $2,800 price tag. That puts this model in the top 99th percentile, as far as pricing goes for this size of model. Unfortunately, that will scare away a lot of potential buyers. Another complaint is that it has no crushed ice feature. I also wish the Whirlpool Gold GI0FSAXVY had a dairy center and a quick freeze ice option. Overall, I don’t have a lot to complain about though – it’s a fantastic little refrigerator. I can only give it 4 / 5 stars though, because of that high price.
The Whirlpool ED5VHEXVB refrigerator is a decent sized model at just over 25 cubic ft. I love the contrast between the smooth black handles and the slightly textured exterior. In this review of the Whirlpool ED5VHEXVB fridge, I’ll be going over this model’s best features, as well as it’s worst aspects. First off, here’s a rundown of the good features you’ll find on board this model: exterior water and ice dispenser, PuR filtration system, adjustable spill-guard shelves, dispenser lock, humidity-controlled crispers, adjustable door bins, adaptive defrost system, and it is also Energy Star qualified. Also, I think the $800 price tag could be considered one of it’s best assets. For a refrigerator this large, this is about as cheap as they come.
Now, onto the negative aspects of the Whirlpool ED5VHEXVB refrigerator. Quite a number of users had a problem with the shelves breaking. I’m sure this was caused by a few sub-par materials being used – after all, it is a cheaper fridge. I’m not a big fan of the arrangement of the shelves and bins – it actually feels like this refrigerator is more like 20 cubic ft than 25. A couple other recurring problems with users seem to be the ice maker breaking down and the poor build quality in general. I’m not quite sure what to make of the Whirlpool ED5VHEXVB model. In some ways, it seems great and the price is wonderful. However, it does have quite a number of issues. In this light, I can only give this refrigerator a 3.5 / 5 star rating.
The Whirlpool ET1CHEXVQ refrigerator is a $700 top freezer model with 21 cubic ft of space. The exterior is a pretty standard white color, but it still looks great. In this review of the Whirlpool ET1CHEXVQ fridge, I’ll go over the best features and negative aspects of this model. As far as features go, it’s pretty basic but does have a few extras. Here’s a rundown of what you can expect: reversible door, factory installed ice maker, Energy Star qualified, clear meat pan, humidity-controlled crisper, adjustable glass shelves, Accu-Chill temp management, and adjustable gallon door bins. Actually, for a refrigerator in the $700 price range, it does have more features than average.
Now, I’ll go over the Whirlpool ET1CHEXVQ refrigerator’s negative aspects. First off, this model is pretty noisy. I wouldn’t say it’s extremely noisy, but definitely more than the average fridge. Another thing I don’t like is the cheap quality of the door shelves. But, overall I really like the Whirlpool ET1CHEXVQ model. It has a lot of great features for the price. I’m giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The Whirlpool EB2SHKXVD refrigerator is a bottom-freezer model with 21.9 cubic ft of space. While it’s not the biggest model around, it does try to make up for it with style and features. In this review, I’ll go over the Whirlpool EB2SHKXVD fridge’s positive and negative aspects. As far as looks go, this model scores well with the silver colored exterior (even though it’s not stainless steel). A few of it’s best features include: an ice maker, automatic defrost system, humidity-controlled crisper, temp management system, glass shelving, 5 door bins and it’s Energy Star qualified. The freezer section also has a pull out basket for easier storage.
Now, the potential negative aspects about the Whirlpool EB2SHKXVD refrigerator. The first problem a lot of customers had was with the weather stripping gap. This is caused by the packing job, and can be fixed – it’s just annoying to have that problem right out of the box. A couple buyers had trouble with their ice maker going out soon after they bought it as well. I’m guessing this is more of a fluke than anything. I do wish that the exterior was made out of stainless steel, rather than just silver metal. Since the Whirlpool EB2SHKXVD fridge costs around $1100, I think they could have done a few things better. But, overall I think it’s a decent model. I’m giving it a 3.8 / 5 star rating.