Best Refrigerators of 2018

We have aggregated the recommendations for the best refrigerators from trusted tech experts that have been featured by leading publishers like The Verge, Mashable, Engadget, PCMag and many others.

The refrigerators listed below have a customer review rating of a minimum of 4 out of 5 stars. The ratings you see on our website are aggregated from different sources, so you know you always buy an exceptional refrigerator.

A refrigerator is an important appliance in your kitchen that does so much more than just refrigerating. Apart from keeping vegetables, fruits, dairy products, and other food items fresh, they also store leftovers thereby eliminating wastage of foods. Our website provides a wide array of fridges of different types and capacities to meet the requirements of each and every household.

The various types of refrigerators are single door refrigerator, top-mounted refrigerator, bottom freezer refrigerator, side-by-side refrigerator, French door refrigerator, frost-free refrigerator, among others. Single door refrigerator comes with one door, and it takes less space. Top mounted refrigerators have the freezer at the top, while bottom mounted refrigerators have the freezer at the bottom. Side-by-side refrigerators have two doors side-by-side and offer a large storage capacity. French door refrigerators have side by side top with a bottom freezer. Frost free refrigerators remove the need to manually defrost the fridge and use a heating coil that melts the frost in the freezer.

Listed on our website are some of the leading brands of refrigerators including LG, Whirlpool, GE, Samsung, to name just a few.

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F.A.Q.

What's the difference between a built-in unit and a freestanding unit?

The main advantage of a freestanding refrigerator is that you can move it anywhere you want. However it is important that keep keep 5 inches (or 12 cm) of free space around the refrigerator to avoid overheating. The free space is needed to allow air to circulate. Built-in refrigerators have a vent at the front so they don't need as much free space as freestanding refrigerators. Typically a built-in refrigerator only needs 3 inches (or 8 cm) of free space for ventilation. As the name suggest built-in refrigerators are designed to be installed in your kitchen cabinet.

What's the best temperature for a refrigerator?

Because warm air rises the temperature in your refrigerator can be different at the bottom compared to the top area. Also, most refrigerators have the cooling unit in the back, so the temperature at the back is typically cooler than at the front. The opening and closing of the door also has an impact on the temperature. It is advised to keep the temperature of the refrigerator at 35 to 40° Fahrenheit (or 2-4° Celsius). If it gets any hotter than that, your food's shelf life will decrease and you run the risk of food spoilage.

Do all refrigerators have an automatic defrost function?

No, most small or compact refrigerators don't have an automatic defrost function, but some do. However, most full size refrigerators will have an automatic defrost function. Always check if the refrigerator you're about to purchase has an automated defrost function. Please bear in mind that automatic defrost refrigerators will use more energy than manual defrost refrigerators. The reason for this is that the automatic machines have interior coils that are heated at regular intervals that will prevent frost build-up.

Does a refrigerator need maintenance every year?

Yes, it's advised to annually check your refrigerator thoroughly. Check the user manual for tips about how to best keep your refrigerator is the best possible condition.

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