• The interior design

  • Mother tested, kid approved

  • Related content

  • The cold hard facts

  • Our take


  • Fingerprint-resistant stainless steel

  • Great fridge temperature

  • Has kid friendly features


  • Inconsistent freezer temperature

The exterior resists fingerprints. There is no water dispenser, so no chance for puddles on the kitchen floor. Finally, a child-height pantry drawer can dispense after-school snacks without a need for a step stool. While the freezer's food preservation skills need improvement, the price is spot-on for what this fridge offers.

The interior design

Kid Height
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We found the 73025 very accessible.

What they never tell you in the store is that the storage space listed on the advertisements don't take the shelves into account. So while Kenmore says the 73025 has 26 cubic feet of storage, you can really only fit 16 cubic feet worth of stuff in there. However, those bulky shelves will serve you well. They are made of attractive tempered glass, and the thick spill captures around them will keep messes contained.

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The shelves are highly adjustable and have spill guards.

Larger families will appreciate the fact that this fridge comes with two gallon bins, so the dairy and almond milk drinkers in your family won't have to fight for space.

The only design flaw we found was in the freezer. With a sloped bottom and a drawer, the freeze felt cramped. Our measurements showed that it can only hold about 3.6 cubic feet.

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The 73025 has plenty of bins on the doors.

Mother tested, kid approved

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We think the pantry drawer can serve the whole family.

As we put the 73025 through its paces, we discovered a kid friendly fridge.

Fingerprint resistant: The exterior stainless steel is extremely easy to clean. A damp cloth got rid of even grease-covered handprints. Plus, you can still use magnets to hang pictures!

Related content

No water dispenser: Although they are convenient, a major source of fridge-related messes come from water dispensers. In most places, drinking from the tap is good enough.

Pantry drawer: While it's designed to hold pizzas and deli platters, we see the pantry drawer as a snack dispenser for young children. It's easy to open and it's the right height.

The cold hard facts

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The fridge proved itself to be consistent.

Performance will always be king in our appliance labs. With refrigeration, it's all about temperature and consistency. Our sensors showed that the 73025's fridge section passed muster, maintaining a 37°F temperature. The freezer was a little more temperamental. We recorded a six degree difference between the top and bottom. The area near the ice maker averaged around -3°F, while the lower drawers stayed around +3°F. Such an internal inconsistency shows a lack of proper airflow.

Our take

Households that go through a lot of refrigerated, but not frozen food will like this fridge. Extensive lab testing shows that the upper section is above average when it comes to temperature and consistency. When you combine that with all the kid friendly features, you get a good buy for a $1,300 French door fridge.

Meet the testers

Jonathan Chan

Jonathan Chan

Senior Manager of Lab Operations


Jonathan Chan currently serves as the Lab Manager at Reviewed. If you clean with it, it's likely that Jon oversees its testing. Since joining the Reviewed in 2012, Jon has helped launch the company's efforts in reviewing laptops, vacuums, and outdoor gear. He thinks he's a pretty big deal. In the pursuit of data, he's plunged his hands into freezing cold water, consented to be literally dragged through the mud, and watched paint dry. Jon demands you have a nice day.

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Kyle Hamilton

Kyle Hamilton

Product Tester

Kyle Hamilton is a product tester at Reviewed, specializing in home appliances and technology.

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