Whirlpool 27 cu. ft. French Door Bottom Freezer Refrigerator - WRF767S Whirlpool 27 cu. ft. French Door Bottom Freezer Refrigerator - WRF767S – Starpower Home Entertainment Systems, Inc.

Whirlpool 27 cu. ft. French Door Bottom Freezer Refrigerator - WRF767SDEM


  • $1,678.00
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36" Whirlpool French Door Refrigerator with 27 cu. ft. Capacity and Dual Ice Makers
With close to 27 cubic feet of storage space, there's plenty of room for even the largest trip to the grocery store in this French door refrigerator by Whirlpool. Adjustable glass shelves and gallon door bins allow you to customize storage space depending on your changing needs. One shelf folds to make room for taller items. Across the full width of the refrigerator are three split humidity-controlled produce drawers so you can store certain items in one drawer one way, and different items in another drawer with different settings. Beneath the produce drawers is a full-width temperature-controlled storage drawer. It's great for storing Meats & Poultry, Cold Drinks, or Deli Meats and Cheeses. The In-Door-Ice maker creates room for an extra full shelf in the refrigerator by moving the ice bin to the door. On the door is the external water and ice dispenser which delivers cold, filtered, crisp water as well as ice. It also houses the easy-to-use digital control panel.

In the freezer is an auxiliary ice maker so you know that there is always ice on hand, even with the In-Door-Ice maker is making fresh ice. Two-tiered storage in the freezer drawer allow you to store bulky meats and packages in the lower portion, while in the upper portion of the freezer, you can store left over dishes and containers, or yummy pints of ice cream. And, to get long, awkward pizza boxes out of the way, the freezer drawer's door has a pizza pocket which holds boxes vertically against the door so there's more room to store other items within the freezer baskets.

    Energy Info

    This refrigerator uses 709kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $85.
    Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on a 2015 national average cost of $0.121 cents per kWh.
    For more information, visit www.eia.gov.

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