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Samsung's new 4-door FD model RF32FMQDBSR

Posted by fauguy (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 21, 13 at 18:46

While at Home Depot, I took a look again at the GE Profile and Cafe fridges that I like (which the Profile has the hands-free auto-fill, and the Cafe has the hot water dispenser).

Then I noticed at the very end of the wall was a new Samsung unit, model RF32FMQDBSR. Samsung calls it a 4-door french door, with the top being the fridge, the bottom left the freezer, and the bottom right a flex zone that could be fridge or freezer.

It does look very nice and stylish in person. It's tall (73" in the front 71" in the back). But since it's a standard depth (and not a counter depth) it is 30" deep without the doors, or 37" deep with doors as shown on the specs PDF.

One thing I noticed is that the stainless steel exterior is "coated" and feels smooth, so that it resists fingerprints (similar to the clean-touch coating that Miele uses on their products).

But for me, I'm not sure that I would buy this model.
Right now I have a KitchenAid counter-depth side-by-side that I hate. Mostly because the ice jams, and the left freezer door is right next to a sliding-glass window and doesn't give much room to open the freezer. That's why I was thinking about getting a counter-depth drench door, since the bottom freezer is a drawer that slides out and is easier to get to, even though the top fridge part would still have interfere with the sliding glass door.

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.samsung.com/us/appliances/refrigerators/RF32FMQDBSR/AA


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RE: Samsung's new 4-door FD model RF32FMQDBSR

Has anyone purchased this refrigerator? It's been on the market for just over 3 months, and I'd love to hear some reviews.

Thanks!


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RE: Samsung's new 4-door FD model RF32FMQDBSR

Just bumping this to the top. Anyone purchase this unit yet? Love/Hate/OK?


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