Kitchen Aid Refrigerators
Kitchen Aid Appliances: One Step Above The Rest
While Kitchen Aid refrigerators
are quite an amazing brand, picking the right one for your needs can be rather challenging.
Unlike many brands out there, Kitchen Aid appliances pride themselves in very high quality products as well as a nice size selection of each item. Though the good news is once you’ve figured out what you are looking for, your decision making process is almost over.
The high quality of every item made by KitchenAid makes it so that the “bells and whistles” you would find in most other lines is quite standard across the entire brand.
Kitchen Aid Refrigerators Different Styles
Before picking out whether you’d like a French door or a side by side you’ll have to figure out more of what it is you want. Here are the 8 different types of refrigerators that KitchenAid makes:
- KitchenAid Built in Refrigerator:
These Kitchen Aid refrigerators come in 36", 42" and 48" widths either panel ready or stainless. Every one of these models comes as a counter depth. The different styles that they come in are:
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- KitchenAid Built In Side by Side Refrigerator
- KitchenAid Built In French Door Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
- KitchenAid Built In Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
- KitchenAid Freestanding Refrigerator:
These models come in both regular and counter depth in either a stainless steel or panel ready finish. If you prefer, the stainless steel versions quite often come in black or white as well. The following are the different styles of refrigerator that KitchenAid makes freestanding:
- French door
- Side by Side
- Bottom Freezer
- KitchenAid Undercounter Refrigerator:
All of these compact undercounter refrigerator models come in a 5.7 cu. ft. version. The majorl difference between them is the finish (Glass door, Stainless or Panel Ready) and whether you need a left or right opening.
- KitchenAid Double Drawer Refrigerator:
These four models are all very close in size but they do vary greatly. The 4.8 cu. ft. versions are not just refrigerated drawers, they are a refrigerator and freezer drawer with a ice maker and water filter for the freezer drawer. As for the 5.1 cu. ft. drawer refrigerators they are specifically two refrigerated drawers and have more internal storage due to the fact that they don’t have an ice maker. As for finishes you have your choice of Stainless and Panel Ready.
- KitchenAid Beverage Centers/KitchenAid Wine Coolers
The current available models truly only vary in finish (stainless, black on stainless or panel ready), door opening, and whether or not you prefer room for cans or just for wine bottles.Click here for a KitchenAid Built In Wine Refrigerator Review
- KitchenAid Outdoor Refrigerator:
There is only currently one model that can withstand the temperature differences of winter and summer. It is a counter height refrigerator comes in a 24" width. Though in doing a bit more research we found that what makes this refrigerator unique is the fact that it is made from weather resistant stainless steel both inside and out. It can be used as either a built in or free standing unit.
- KitchenAid Ice MakersThese models come in 15" and 18" versions but the real differences here have more to do with the way the door opens (to the right, left or drop down) as well as whether or not it comes with a built in drain pump. All of these models have an amazing ability of being able to produce up to 50 lbs. of ice every 24 hours. Your biggest decision will be how much of that ice will you want to store as the two different capacities offered are 25 lbs. and 35 lbs.
Kitchen Aid Refrigerators to Consider
We know that this is a great deal to consider but here are a few models that are worth taking a peek at:
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