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- Dacor Renaissance Epicure EF36BNNFSS
- The Dacor Renaissance Epicure EF36BNNFSS may look cheap, but as it turns out, you really can't judge a fridge by its finish.
Dacor Renaissance Epicure EF36BNNFSS 19.8 Cu. Ft. French Door Stainless Steel Review$2,999.00
The fridge is exceptionally energy efficient, one of the best we've seen. We're not going to speculate as to why, but we do know that this fridge is definitely going to save you some money in the long run. (Perhaps you can use those savings to buy the handles that aren't included.)
We found excellent temperature control throughout the entire appliance. Moisture retention is solid, and freezing times weren't that bad, either.
Counter-depths aren't designed to be incredibly spacious; you need a full-sized fridge to really accommodate extended family during the holiday season. That said, the Dacor's fridge is still pretty roomy, though the freezer is incredibly cramped and won't hold all that much.
Controls, the water dispenser, and the ice maker are all found on the inside of the fridge (usually the mark of a mid-range product). Even so, everything is fairly accessible and easy to clean—except for the troublesome pull-out freezer—and each separate component of the fridge is straightforward and simple to use.