Arranged for Convenience
Do you hate bending down to find things in crisper drawers way at the bottom of the fridge? And do you sometimes forget what is in there because you can't easily see into it (resulting in some questionably "fuzzy" food)? Not with a French door refrigerator: The crisper drawer's high enough for you to reach in and see into it easily, so you don't have to bend over.
The crisper's not the only great feature. The design and layout of this fridge style is one of the most convenient. The refrigerator is on top, which puts frequently used items at a reachable height. And unlike traditional fridge-freezer combos, the freezer on this model is set up as a drawer on the bottom, keeping less frequently used frozen items out of the way. And if you think about it, it makes a lot of sense: Who needs the freezer at eye-level anyway?
Most French door fridges on the market have a single freezer drawer on the bottom so you can peer down from above, but some actually have multiple freezer drawers, which makes it easier to access everything. Some models even come with a middle drawer that you can adjust the temperature on to make it a fridge or a freezer, depending on your needs.