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Subzero vs Thermador vs Jennair Refrigerator Help Needed!!!

Posted by gabethan (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 9, 13 at 11:11


I have owned the 48" subzero, and now that we are building a new home, I am looking for a new fridge. I feel that the refrigerator part of the 48" does not feel roomy. I am considering several options...

1. Buying 36" Subzero refrigerator and using freezer drawers
2. Buying 48" thermador
3. Buying Thermador columns
4. Looking at Jennair

I LOVE the 36" subzero fridge. Negatives could be... for resell, we may need a real freezer. Also, I would really like a built in ice maker.

I am also open to any other suggestions!!! Would LOVE some advice!!

Thanks you!

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RE: Subzero vs Thermador vs Jennair Refrigerator Help Needed!!!

when are you planning on selling this house ?

RE: Subzero vs Thermador vs Jennair Refrigerator Help Needed!!!

I'm not selling this one. But, I'm hoping to have this ready by March. I know there are new models of sub zero coming out, but I do not know much about them.

RE: Subzero vs Thermador vs Jennair Refrigerator Help Needed!!!

gabe - if you;re not selling this one , then you don't need to be worried AT ALL about resale or what the punters might think about you having only a drawer freezer.

Get what YOU like, want, and can afford.

RE: Subzero vs Thermador vs Jennair Refrigerator Help Needed!!!

Gabethan: We have had a 27" fridge/freezer in our condo for about 9 years and love it. For our second home we are remodeling the kitchen and are putting in a 24" fridge column with separate 27" freezer drawers below the counter. This maximizes the counter space and seems like it should work well with our lifstyle. Downside, $10k plus for the darn things...

These are Sub-zero. I looked at Leibhere (sp?) and found some of the worst reviews ever on-line, so we passed. Too bad, since they cost half as much.

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