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.