2016 Best of Year Refrigerator Awards


From fancy French-doors to affordable top-freezers, these are the fridges you should buy



Buying a refrigerator might not be exciting, but it does require some thought: Pick the wrong one, and it will waste your money—letting your produce wilt before its time, or ruining your frozen food before you can eat it. 

But pick the right one, and it will make cooking your favorite meals even easier. That’s why, when we test fridges in our labs in Cambridge, MA, we don’t just look for proper cooling and food preservation. We also look for ease of storage, energy efficiency, and new features that we think consumers will find useful.