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New Kitchen

Posted by acw6455 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 18, 12 at 1:42

Hello, I am buying some new appliances and I am having some trouble deciding. Here are the appliances I was quoted today at the local appliance store. Your help is greatly appreciated.

VCFF136SS 36" French Door(no ice maker) $3590

VDSC5304BSS 30" Dual fuel range $4840

VWH3010SS 30" Wall Hood W/21 10"H $990

VWCI1240GRSS 24" Wine center $2620

VDB40SS 24" PRO DW $980 ( they gave me 750 off )

No room for a built in refrig


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RE: New Kitchen

You should probably start by googling " gardenweb viking review" and post you are considering a Viking package.

The FD fridge is made by Viking but it is Whirlpool design made in old Whirlpool factory with former Whirlpool tooling.

I think the handles are really cool but not worth the premium over similar Whirlpool/KitchenAid IMO.

Wine center is ok but you are much better off getting a Perlick for that amount of money or save some cash and get the Liebherr.

I think that range is a headache waiting to happen. If you want dual-fuel and name cache look at Wolf. Do yourself a favor and read threads about Bluestar RNB and Capital Culinarian all gas ranges,and gas vs electic ovens.

Wall hood is ok but probably look elsewhere if you pick another range.

I think you are better off spending $980 on a Bosch dishwasher

They do make 36" built-in fridges.If you have room for 36" FD I don't see how you wouldn't have room unless it is below huge unmovable soffit.


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