I can’t imagine anyone who needs ice in their drinks than those desert or tropical region dwellers. OK, maybe party animals who host parties at home frequently probably need a shit load of ice too. For the latter, a refrigerator that automatically makes ice will be most welcome. More so, if the fridge makes slow-melting round Craft Ice, in addition to “regular” crushed and cubed ice, and measured water dispenser.

Well, that is exactly what the newest LG InstaView Door-in-Door refrigerators has to offer. All told, four models will be entering the U.S. market – all of which features automatic making and storage of large, slow-melting round ice spheres “for upscale, craft drinks at home.”

LG InstaView Refrigerator with Craft Ice is designed to churn out ice sphere measures 2 inches (5 centimeters) in diameter automatically without human intervention and it is capable of storing up to 25 ice spheres in the freezer date bin and automatically replenish the stock runs out.

No doubt LG has home mixologists in its sight with the new LG InstaView Refrigerators with Craft Ice because, these cold boxes will also make and dispense crushed and cubed ice right from the fridge’s door and there is also an automatic water dispenser that measures the exact amount (4, 8, 16 or 32 ounces) of fresh, filtered water too. See what I mean that LG has mixologists in its sight?

LG InstaView Refrigerators with Craft Ice

Anywho, in addition to the fancy ice making functions, LG InstaView also features a tinted glass panel in the door that lets you see what’s inside just by knocking twice on the panel.

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Other features include a new bin design for easy shelf adjustment, a stainless-steel interior (!), Smart Cooling for precise, total control of cooling, supports for managing the appliance through LG ThinQ mobile app, and finally, there is, of course, the Door-in-Door technology which keeps the cold air in as where it should be.

LG will be hitting the retails across the U.S. in a choice of LG PrintProof stainless and black stainless steel finishes, and it will be offered in two sizes: 30-cu. ft. (LRFVS3006) and 24-cu. ft. (LRFVC2406) models. Not surprisingly, such frivolous technology does not come cheap.

If you want one, expect to shell out upwards of $4,000 for a unit. Unfortunately, though, despite the high prices, these new ice-making refrigerators won’t let you tweet out emergency messages.

Images: LG Electronics.

Published by Mike chua

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