Keep groceries organized with this Whirlpool WRF560SMYW French door refrigerator that features Spillsaver glass shelves that contain messes for easy cleanup and a FreshFlow produce preserver to keep fruits and vegetables fresh.
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Good buy at the right price...but has some flaws
Posted by: RCTarHeel from: North Carolina on
Overall, this is a pretty good refrigerator for the price. It does fit in tight spaces, since it is only 30 inches wide. We have had it for about a month now, and are pleased for the most part. Keeps food at the right temperature and runs quietly and efficiently. Our biggest complaint is that there is no way to open the left side door without the right side door also popping open also due to the fold-up mosture seal design. So you have to shut the left side door first and then close the right door back every time you open the left side door! Why have side-by-side doors if they can't be opened separately? Come on Whirlpool, you can do better than this!
32 out of 35 found this review helpful.
Big things come in little packages!
Posted by: Stealth4V from: Princeton, NJ on
I have a small kitchen and had a small opening to work with. This was the only French door compact enough to fit without moving cabinetry. My old top freezer fridge was three inches wider though and had a few cu ft more of space. I was worried that I wouldn't have enough space in this one. Boy was I wrong! How did Whirlpool engineer such a compact design with so much interior room? It's amazing! I put all my normal stuff in and have room to spare! The LED lighting is beautiful and the digital controls look great and are so easy to use. The door alarm has saved me a few times already. Its great to be able to put the things I take out most often on one door, and just have to open that door up to grab what I want. I did not hook up the ice maker because I know too many people who've had leaks in their kitchen from the water lines, so I can't comment on the ice production. But the freezer is so deep, I am able to keep a bag of ice in the bottom without suffering a loss of food storage, and fill up the large ice tray with enough ice to last me for weeks. I don't know how it'll hold up in the long run, but I'm sure it will last a very long time. All my other appliances are Whirlpool and they've always been great!
20 out of 20 found this review helpful.
Good, but not perfect
Posted by: johnnnnnnnnys from: NE PA on
Overall it's a very good refrigerator compared to the competition in this size range, so my complaints are more "nit-picking". First, the fold-away shelf to allow tall items is something the competition does not have so that's a plus, but it would have been more useful if that whole side of the shelf could be removed; now you have a spot behind the tall items where things get hidden. Also, the "main door" is on the right, this tall item area is on the left, which makes no sense at all since you have to open both doors to get to the tall items, which is usually milk, drinks, etc. Door pulls are much higher quality than other brands, solid metal! As I said, overall very high quality and features, just a few small ietms that keep it from being perfect. Whirlpool, are you listening?
20 out of 20 found this review helpful.
So far, so good.
Posted by: tirednurse from: Pittsburgh on
So far, the fridge looks really nice and is working fine. The part that is difficult is trying to store items like a larger bowl of potato salad or pot of soup. No room! I made soup and ended up having to store it in multiple individual containers. I could actually put the entire pot in my old fridge. The freezer space is very limited, but meets our needs as I never store frozen meat. In the fridge, Milk containers just barely fit on the top shelf, and juice bottles don't fit. The slide back shelf helps accommodate, but then shelf space is lost. We use the gallon door storage, but gallon containers take up too much room otherwise, so we only now buy one at a time. The only thing I don't really care for is the fact that the doors don't always close properly, so we are trying to get in the habit of checking for sure every time. There is a door alarm, but by 5 minutes, I'm long gone away from the fridge. All in all, I'm happy with the look and everything! Only time will tell if it will continue to perform well. Ask me again in a few years, and if all is still well, I would bump up to 5 stars.
17 out of 17 found this review helpful.
Very good for a small area.
Posted by: from: Madison, WI on
I have only had it for a week, but I really like it. The refrigerator part seems very good, size wise. It has nice shelves and alot of storage drawers. There is alot of storage space in the doors. You have to get used to closing the left door first and then the right to get it to closed. I am so happy I got this style to fit in my small space. It is like 29.5 to 30" wide. It is the country design with two doors on top and pull out freezer on the bottom.
29 out of 36 found this review helpful.
3 years later... BEWARE!
Posted by: Felicity35 from: Little Canada, MN on
This is a cute fridge. That is about all I can say about it because I have a compact space in which it fits. About two months ago it started collecting water in the bottom of the freezer and leaking out onto the floor. I have been able to keep up with the ice by chipping at it every few weeks and removing it before it melts. This is some sort of a drain pan issue according to youtube/ blogs. I do not have a Geek Squad plan, so I am now stuck calling a repair guy on my fridge that has been in my house for 36 months.
7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
It will not hold up for more than 5 years
Posted by: informedbuyer from: philadelphia on
Within first year, plastic pieces separating bins broke. Within second year, algae in waterline (replacement line was over 100 bucks from Whirlpool, and the walls of waterline thicker than what is commonly available so I was unable to cut and connect a new section using hardware store parts), door seals ripped. 5 years after purchase, door hinge disintegrated. Luckily, paid for geek squad service and they are replacing unit because repair cost above their threshold. Replacing with a Samsung or LG...consumer reports disagrees with ratings here, stating Whirlpool on average is more reliable...ratings favor the new kids on the block.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Beautiful refrigerator and just the right size.
Posted by: Wentworth from: on
My wife loves the refrigerator, especially the part about the freezer being on the bottom. She has wanted one like that for a few years. It makes it much easier for her to retrieve items out of the bottom of the refrigerator part.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Posted by: kelly from: on
It is not that huge or big and nice to use. And fast shipping!
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Posted by: JJJ23 from: on
I am very happy with my refrigerator. I really like the French doors with the freezer on the bottom. The shelves and drawer fronts are clear, so at a glance you can see everything that you have. It runs quietly and fits perfectly in the small space I have. I have not found any negatives to my purchase.