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.