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Please critique my appliance choices

Posted by flevy (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 25, 12 at 9:54

I think I'm done, but I'd like some comments--good or bad.

I am doing a flush inset cabinet and I'm going for that integrated built in look. My cabinets are 27" deep. All appliances that can be paneled will be.

Range: Lacanche Changy 1400---this is already ordered

DW: I'm getting 2. Both are GE PDWT502VII

MW: This has to be an undercounter mount and it's primary purpose is for the kids to reheat their food. It's secondary purpose is as a speed oven. GE Avantium ZSC1201NSS

Fridge: KitchenAid Architect II KBFO42FTX. I realize that this will not have the true integrated look and that the hinges will be exposed. I just can't justify the SubZero FD price tag and I only have 36" of space for both fridge and freezer.

So what do you think? Anything that causes you alarm in this list?

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RE: Please critique my appliance choices

Having lived for 10 years with GE products I wouldn't purchase their dishwashers again or their refrigerators. I think you can do much better(subjective on my part) in the same price range. I have a Bosch now and although it's smaller on the inside than i would like it cleans like a demon. And everything comes out dry as can be. Just say'n.

RE: Please critique my appliance choices

flevy...would love to hear how satisfied you are with the KitchenAid Architect II KBFO42FTX...

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