Keep foods cold in this Whirlpool French door refrigerator. It has a separate extension door with its own temperature control, letting you store frequently used items for easy access. This Whirlpool French door refrigerator has an external ice and water dispenser that can measure the exact amount of water needed for recipes.
External Refrigerated Drawer
This full extension drawer features adjustable dividers to make organizing items and finding what you need quick and easy. Features adjustable temperature controls that allow you to match the cooling setting to the food being stored. Keep frequently used items like produce, cold cuts, beverages, yogurt and snacks close at hand with the refrigerated drawer.
Accu-Chill Temperature Management System
Cool your food quickly with the Accu-Chill temperature management system. This intuitive system senses and adapts to create the ideal environment for food storage.
Allows you to select the exact amount of filtered water, in ounces, cups or liters, that you need. The dispenser will fill the container and automatically shut off when complete.
LED Interior Lighting
LED lighting makes it easy to see fresh and frozen food. Puts a spotlight on food and casts a more natural light on the contents of your refrigerator so food looks as it should.
Exterior Filtered Ice and Water Dispenser with Tap Touch Controls
An exterior dispenser with Tap Touch controls offers filtered water and ice without opening the door and makes accessing features easy.
Adjustable Gallon Door Bins
Build your door storage to fit your needs. Adjustable gallon door bins easily move when and where you need them to. The gallon-size bins can easily accommodate beverage jugs and other larger containers.
PUR Water Filtration System
You'll help protect the environment by preventing the disposal of up to 3,000 plastic bottles a year and save over $600 for yourself. Kick the bottled water habit with the PUR® water filtration system.
Adaptive Defrost senses and adapts to help save energy and provides improved food preservation by running the defrost cycle only when necessary.