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LG LTC22350SS 22.0 Cu. Ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator Review

LG set the standard for top-freezer, entry-level stainless fridges with this 22.0 cubic foot model. It has superb temperature performance and a great fit and finish, though it is a bit of an energy hog.

$999.00
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Introduction

Compared to industry stalwarts like GE, Amana and Maytag, LG is relatively new to the refrigerator game. But when it comes to entry-level stainless fridges, the LG LTC22350SS is the one to beat. Though it has some trouble with energy efficiency and keeping fresh foods humid in the vegetable drawer, the LG LTC22350SS has consistent temperature performance and a superior fit, finish and design.

Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Energy Efficiency
  4. Performance
  5. Storage Space
  6. Usability
  7. Amana A9RXNMFWS Comparison
  8. Frigidaire FFHS2311LW Comparison
  9. Whirlpool ED5KVEXVB Comparison
  10. Conclusion

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