Best Samsung Refrigerators

Best Samsung Refrigerators

Our Top Five Models

When it comes to identifying the Best Samsung Refrigerators, we really had to be a bit picky because frankly, there were a lot of worthy contenders.

Because they make such a wide variety of refrigerators in a number of different styles, we've tried to narrow down our choices based on each class.  We have our favorite French Door, Side by Side and Top Freezer models.

We're also trying to keep this list as updated as we can.  We'll do our best to continually update this list to make sure we're featuring only the very best that they have to offer.

We also tried to make sure that we take into account a wide variety of budgets, so our choices range in price from as little as $1,000 to just over $3,500.00. 

Top Five Samsung Refrigerators:

The best Samsung refrigerators that we found were in their French Door line which is why the list below is dominated by them. 

They have some impressive Side by Side and Bottom Freezer refrigerators as well and we've chosen our favorites of the bunch. 

Though in all honesty when it comes to getting value for your dollar and a highly sophisticated fridge that's the perfect combination of high end features and impressive design aesthetics, the French door models are clearly the way to go.

Top Five Samsung Refrigerators:

Samsung is first and foremost a technology company who PRIDES itself on creating a line of products that are efficient and reliable.  Their fridges are no exception.

Consumers consistently report high satisfaction levels with their refrigerators.  The mechanics and features are designed to work flawlessly requiring little if any maintenance over their lifetime. 

Considering the average life span of a fridge is just about ten years, these models are on track to easily exceed that average. 

1. Samsung French Door Refrigerator RF4287
OVERVIEW: The Samsung RF4287 French Door fridge has a 28 cu. ft. interior and a two drawer bottom freezer.

Along with its unique Twin Cooling Plus system and Surround Air Flow and Flex Zone storage drawer (they currently have a commercial showing this - it allows you to adjust the space to your needs), they have a true winner with this unique fridge. Read the full review.


2. Samsung French Door Refrigerator RF217AC
OVERVIEW: The Samsung RF217AC French Door fridge is one of the most affordable in the entire line. At just over $1,100.00 you get as much for your money with this particular option as you would if you chose models in the $2,000 range.

If an exterior water and ice dispenser isn't an absolute must, this is definitely worth considering. Read the full review.


3. Samsung French Door Refrigerator RF4267HA
OVERVIEW: The Samsung RF4267HA French Door fridge is one of the higher priced fridges in their entire line, however it is so loaded with features you definitely get your money's worth.

With the flex zone drawers, two drawer bottom freezer and Power Freeze options, the RF4267HA is one of the best and best priced fridges on the market today. Read the full review.


4. Samsung Bottom Freezer Refrigerator RB215AC
OVERVIEW: The Samsung RB215AC bottom freezer fridge is perfect if you're in the market for high capacity interior storage but have limited floor space.

With an interior water dispenser and ice maker and a Power Freeze option, this fridge is loaded with high end features. But considering it checks in at a very affordable $1,200 price tag, it is an absolute steal. Read the full review.


5. Samsung RSG257AA Side by Side Counter Depth Refrigerator
OVERVIEW: The Samsung RSG257AA Side by Side fridge is one of the best counter depth refrigerators on the market.

The interior LED lighting and in-door ice maker optimize the storage capacity. The list of features is quite long on this model and includes an interior wine rack, power freeze option and gallon door storage.

There was a surprising amount of available storage space considering this is a side by side. Read the full review.


Best Samsung Refrigerators

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