LG's newest InstaView™ Door-in-Door® refrigerator with Craft Ice™ has everything you need to become the ultimate home entertainer. Dual ice makers with Craft Ice™ automatically create crushed, cubed and LG’s exclusive slow-melting round ice on demand, for upscale, craft drinks at home—without the work. To ensure you’re serving guests the freshest foods, innovative LG cooling technologies work together to dramatically extend the life of your produce.
Super-Capacity, 30 cu. ft.
With 30 cu. ft. of more usable space*, you can save time and stock up on your club store fresh and frozen faves in one trip with room to store them all when you get home.
InstaView™ Door-in-Door® refrigerators have a sleek glass panel that allows you to see inside the easy access door without letting the cold air out. Simply knock twice on the glass to illuminate the contents within.
Door-in-Door® with Adjustable Bin
Offering quick and easy access to favorite foods, the popular Door-in-Door® design gets even better with adjustable bin that smoothly glide up and down to fit snacks and drinks of all sizes.
Dual Ice Maker with Craft Ice™
Dual ice makers automatically create standard ice cubes, crushed ice and slow-melting round Craft Ice for all your entertaining needs.
Tall Ice & Water Dispenser® with Measured Fill
Finally, an ice & water dispenser that can accommodate just about any container and dispense exact amount of filtered water.
Slim SpacePlus® Ice System**
Ice makers are great, but not if it means you can't fit all of your food in the fridge. The Slim SpacePlus® Ice System provides the most shelf space and allows even more space for door bins.
You go all out when it comes to choosing fresh foods for your family—LG Linear Cooling helps you keep them that way. The Linear Compressor reacts quickly to maintain temperatures within 1°F of the setting, to keep produce fresher.
Located in the top of the fresh food section, the Door Cooling + vent extends the reach of LG’s Smart Cooling system. Blasts of cool air reach all areas of the refrigerator—including the door—to help maintain consistent temperatures from top to bottom.
Smart Cooling® System
Smart Cooling® system is designed to monitor and maintain conditions to help keep food fresh.
CoolGuardCoolGuard™ metal interior panel helps maintain cold air while adding a premium look.
Door-in-Door® with ColdSaver™ Panel acts like a barrier keeping cold air in where it matters most - in the inside - giving you peace of mind that food will stay fresh longer. It reduces cold air loss to help keep food fresher longer.
Beautiful, easy-to-clean finishes are fingerprint and smudge resistant.
3-Tier Organization™ Freezer
The 3-Tier Organization™ Freezer system can keep food organized and easily accessible. Now you can prioritize what's in your freezer so you can find anything fast.
Glide N’ Serve® Drawer with Touch Pad Control
You’re always party-ready with the full-width, temperature-controlled Glide N’ Serve® drawer.
Smart Pull® Handle
The Smart Pull® Handle makes opening and closing the freezer quick and easy. All it takes is a simple lift of the handle for effortless access to your freezer.
Fresh Air Filter
Your food isn't the only thing that stays fresh. Only LG offers a Fresh Air Filter with dedicated fan that pushes cleaner, fresher air into the fridge.
LG SmartThinQ® Technology
Control key refrigerator features from anywhere, at any time with LG SmartThinQ® Technology.
ENERGY STAR® Qualified
This ENERGY STAR® qualified LG refrigerator exceeds federal energy standards to positively impact your energy bill, your energy consumption, and most importantly, the environment.
10-Year Limited Warranty on Linear Compressor
When you buy a refrigerator, you don't want to worry that it won't last. Because the Linear Compressor motor uses fewer moving parts and operates more efficiently, LG confidently backs the motor with a 10-year limited warranty.
* Compared to LG's standard width French door refrigerator.
** Standard width french door refrigerator, excludes other LG manufactured products.
LG 29.7 Cu. Ft. French Door-in-Door Refrigerator with Craft Ice
only had it for a couple of weeks so far .. but I can say its very quiet.. I had a GE and it was freezing up so I bought this one.. the ge wa son similar size but this seems to hold much more because of it freezer is situated.. I wa sable able to put everything in it no problem with space for more... I love the ice maker in the door and the door in door for the drinks.. it make door open time much easier in and out.. I actually can organize my fridge better.. the shelves on the ice maker side door are more condiments and thin bottle items like heresy chocolate syrup type stuff.. the only thing id like to see better is the craft ice maker in the freezer only makes 3 round cubes every 24hrs.. but I guess that won't get used that muck as the door ice maker keeps up fine with 3 here. plenty of ice to spare.
Fantastic machine... very well thought out. Tremendous storage space. Very quiet. Not having had the door-in-door feature before, I was inclined to think it was a bit silly, but it really is useful, especially since the main doors are very heavy. It's a handsome beast... see photo.
One issue we had, which has been reported on the LG support forums, is that initially we had a very metallic taste to the water even after running many gallons through. Turns out the water filter was not rotated far enough to allow water flow. Really needs a firm twist after the initial engagement of the filter and filter head. Problem solved.
Doors are very deep, so this would not work adjacent to a solid wall... in the photo, you can see that we have it pulled out a bit to clear the partial wall on the right when opening the main right door; the door-in-door is not an issue for clearance.
Freezer has two sliding drawers... a shallow one underneath the deeper top one. Very handy for shallow items so they don't get lost in the depths.
Geek Squad installers were awesome... very careful and thorough.
We had been thinking of upgrading our side by side door refrigerator every since we moved into our house about 7 years ago. House was new construction and builder chose appliances based on specs of previous buyer (that deal fell through and when we later bought the house- we got "stuck" with their appliance choices) and so rather than be wasteful and replace a brand new appliance- we used the fridge. That style is just so inefficient that it drove us insane. Never enough room for pizza boxes on the rare chance we had them. Can't thaw or brine the holiday bird- fridge wasn't wide enough. Had to have a practically empty fridge to prepare/store holiday meals. Cook more than a couple of meals and you're out of room. You get the picture.
We chose this as we wanted the largest fridge we could get, it was a French door, and had dual ice makers. Everything has been top notch. I was able to move everything from old fridge to this one and have room to spare. I even have Christmas dinner leftovers in the fridge..with the old fridge's contents (what we didn't toss anyway)..and yes, STILL could go to the grocery store and have room to spare.
Every corner of this thing is well lit and you can reach it all so easily; no losing/forgetting things as they inevitably get pushed to the back of the fridge. Bins are HUGE. So is the pull out deli tray. I can put the warehouse sized sandwich meat and sandwhich/sliced cheese trays in the pull out deli tray easily. One of those larger party trays would probably fit as well though we haven't tried them. Bins can hold a Costco sized bag of spinach and not even be more than 1/3 full.
I don't understand why everyone complains about the craft ice maker- proper research would've told many of the complainers that the maker only starts to make ice about 48 hours after install and only 3 a day. The door maker starts about 24 hours after install and within 2-3 days was full for us. That's without the ice plus setting. Yes, you're supposed to throw out the first 6-10 craft ice, and the first 150 or so regular ice (I threw out the first full bin rather than count) but even doing so we had another full ice bin by Friday morning and our install date was Monday night. We just bought a bag of ice (stored in the freezer and yes, still have room to spare) to tide us over. No big deal.
We used a fridge/freezer thermometer and temp settings are dead on. A little colder center shelves and back of shelves and a little warmer in the door and top shelf- but we're talking a 1-2 degree variance. Nothing to get overly concerned with.
Left hand door swings close hard- I think because of the ice maker unit. Storage on left hand door is limited, but it WILL fit the warehouse sized mustard/mayo/ketchup bottles. Door in Door will fit full Champagne and magnum wine bottles (hey- it's that time of year! lol), so I'm sure gallons of milk shouldn't be an issue. Half and half, beer, soda, etc. fits no problem. Knock knock preview works well and unlike earlier versions my big dog's voice doesn't seem to trigger it even when she's in the kitchen with me. And one of the shelves slides up and down to adjust as needed.
Ice/water dispenser can fit TALL items underneath with ease. Don't much use the measured water fill, but when I have it's been accurate. Water dispenser nearly silent- if you weren't literally watching the water come out you'd probably not know it was running. Ice dispenser quieter but not silent. Ice does like to shoot all over- but that's just one or two cubes. Haven't tried crushed ice yet. Water is chilled coming out of the dispenser. Fridge itself runs quiet too. You won't hear ice filling the door bin once there's some ice in there. The craft ice however, you will very obviously know is being filled IF you are in the vicinity of the fridge when the ice drops in. But it's not like you can hear it upstairs or anything as noisy as that.
Black stainless very elegant and does not clash with the remaining regular stainless appliances in the kitchen. VERY fingerprint resistant. Not magnetized on front.
So far, my only complaints are minor: left hand door and right hand door are not flush at the top (yes, even after performing the leveling techniques) and are off about 1/8". Shelves inside hard to arrange so that tall items fit anywhere versus one certain area. Of course, you can put those tall items in front of the adjustable slide shelf- but that makes it hard to reach behind them to get items stored on said shelf. No removable drip tray for ice/water dispenser- so you will have to wipe the very occasional dribbles up. Though on the other hand, if your water leaves deposits/scale, there's no unsightly drip tray you must now clean all the time like before.
Overall, we would make this purchase again. We have owned the fridge for about a week now, FYI. If something changes I will come back and review again.
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After a lot of looking and researching different brands we decided on this new LG model with dual ice makers and Craft ice.
We had issues with our last two Kitchenaid models, hopefully will have better luck with LG. Lots of room and we really like the instaview with door in door.
Have been living with this refrigerator for 2 weeks. Enjoying the craft ice, although to date they are coming out with a slightly flattened end, not perfect spheres. Great extra space, and the glass door (which my wife thought was unnecessary) has proven useful-even by her admission. Very quiet and looks sleek.
A:Answer The ENERGY STAR® Qualified LG 30 cu. ft. Smart Wi-Fi Enabled InstaView™ Door-in-Door® Refrigerator with Craft Ice™ Maker, Model # LRFVS3006D is a recently released 2019 model. It does not come with a Water Installation Kit, nor is the installation of a water line covered by the refrigerator's warranty. The Water Installation Kit is the Copper or PEX Tubing that has a 1/4" outer diameter that has to be used to connect the refrigerator to your water supply line. You will need to have a Shutoff valve that has a water inlet with a minimum inside diameter of 5/32" at the point of connection to the cold water line. If you have an existing copper water line and it has a flared fitting at the end, you will need to purchase an adapter from any plumbing supply store to connect the water
line to the refrigerator OR cut off the flared fitting with a tube cutter and then use a compression fitting. Saddle-type shutoff valves are included in many water supply kits. Before purchasing, make sure a saddle-type valve complies with your local plumbing codes. The shutoff valve should be installed on the nearest frequently used drinking water line...^IFV
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A:Answer Once the maker has been running long enough, the balls are about 2" in diameter. It only makes three a day because making proper craft ice is not a quick process, you freeze a little water at a time. Kind of like making an ice rink. Even though the machine does it- the process is still conceptually the same.