LG Electronics pursues its 21st century vision of becoming a true global digital leader who can make its customers worldwide happy through its innovative digital products and services. LG Electronics set its mid- and long-term vision anew to rank among the top 3 electronics, information, and telecommunication firms in the world by 2010. As such, they embrace the philosophy of "Great Company, Great People," whereby only great people can create a great company, and pursue two growth strategies involving "fast innovation" and "fast growth." Likewise, they seek to secure three core capabilities: product leadership, market leadership, and people-centered leadership. Available at AJ Madison.
Ultra-Capacity 3 Door French Door Refrigerator
Great Elegance with Great Convenience
With LG's styling package you get higher energy efficiency, contoured doors, hidden hinges, and other features that present a sophisticated and refined look. The interior of the refrigerator adds to this look with enhanced LED lighting, a 4-compartment crisper system, and more usable space with Slim SpacePlus Ice System.
Slim SpacePlus Ice System
It's great having an ice maker, but not if it means you can't fit all of your food in the fridge or freezer. The Slim SpacePlus ice system frees up additional shelf space and additional door space.
This refrigerator uses at least 36% less energy than required by federal standards making it the most energy efficient fridge in the caegory - a positive impact on your energy bill, your energy consumption, and most importantly, the environment.
10-Year Warranty On Linear
When you buy a refrigerator, you don't want to worry that it won't last. Because the Linear Compressor uses fewer moving parts and operates more efficiently, LG confidently backs the compressor with a 10-year warranty.
This refrigerator uses 451 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $50.02.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh.
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