LG LFX31945ST Door-In-Door Refrigerator First Impressions Review

The LG LFX31945ST may look like an ordinary LG French door fridge, but its door-in-door feature offers easy access to a small compartment where frequently-used foods can be stored.

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Introduction

LG showed off their new LFX31945ST door-in-door fridge at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. Amidst the "smart" fridges with touch screens and WiFi, this fridge had a simple innovation: a smaller door on the front of the fridge that allows access to a limited selection of shelves. One can store juice, milk or beer in there and reach them without opening up the entire fridge. Whether the innovation will become popular -- and how much it will cost -- remains to be seen.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Usability
  4. Conclusion

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