The LG InstaView range of French door-in-door fridges has an interesting knock twice feature. Knock-Knock to see what is inside without opening the door.
With two quick knocks, the sleek glass panel on the front of the fridge turns transparent to reveal the inside of the fridge door. This makes it perfect for ‘snackers’ who spend hours in front of the fridge with the door open. The InstaView panel stops cold air escaping, helping food stay fresher for longer by reducing internal temperature fluctuations.
It also has SmartThinQ to remotely control the fridge from their smartphone, to adjust fridge settings and diagnose appliance problems.
The GF-V708BSL is a 708-litre capacity – a damned big fridge. It is 1797 (H) x 912 (W) x 759 (D) mm and 155kg. Its real hernia material and not recommended for tight spaces or stairwells. Unless the courier has a Hercules fetish!
Inside it has a range of adjustable shelves and baskets; a deodoriser; dual cooling; and a slim space cool water/ice maker.
Brad Reed, LG Marketing Manager for Home Appliances, said, “For most Aussie families the kitchen is the heart of the home, and the fridge is a key part of that. At LG, our singular mission is to make life and living the best it can be. Our LG InstaView Door-in-Door refrigerators certainly align with this thinking. They add an element of added convenience to the kitchen. And they also provide an appliance of striking beauty that Australian families will admire and enjoy for years to come.”
The 708 litre stainless steel version of the LG Instaview Door-in-Door costs $4,599 with a bonus $400 cash back offer until 31/08/18.
GadgetGuy’s take – LG InstaView is a big, bold, beautiful fridge
Having owned a 700+ litre LG fridge once (OK it was at my office) I know the benefit of size matters. Just remember before you buy that this is a 155kg behemoth and your home needs space and perhaps a strong floor.
There are also other InstaView models ranging from 613 to 910 litres, so if you like the idea (and why not?), then you have a choice.