Foreign Babe got back from Costco yesterday only to discover that the refrigerator had died - yes, she got back from friggin' Costco to discover that the refrigerator had died. So we made an emergency run to Pacific Sales and another one to Smart & Final for dry ice ($1.50/lb., 10 pounds should keep the freezer frozen for a few days).
So, while we're trying to decide if we could live without having a separate door for wine or not, I spot one in the back with a TV on the door. So I sez to the salesman, "Okay, what's with the TV?" and he takes us back to look at it. Turns out it isn't a TV, but a monitor (silly, ancient me). But it can be used as a TV. And it can be used as a bulletin board to communicate with your kids (no more broken fingernails or paper cuts from trying to operate treacherous refrigerator magnets and Post-Its!) and it can be used to monitor your food. You tell it what every science project and bag of mystery meat is when you put it in and it can tell you when they're fully decayed, or if your milk's out of code if that's all you care about.
And of course there's an app for that. It has three cameras, so rather than calling home to see if you need caviar, you can just pull up the fridge-cam and check for yourself. SOL if it's hidden behind the milk, but I guess you could call home and get somebody to move it for you. And maybe wiggle the carrots while they're there. And it knows how old things are, so it can tell you if the milk's out of code while you're standing in front of the dairy case. And you can use it as a security cam to see who the %$$#@&! was who took your last beer. That's worth $4,000 just by itself.
Pretty cool but we went with the standard 3 doors and an ice dispenser. Yeah, call me a Luddite or a tightwad. Whatever.https://www.pacificsales.com/pdp/4842403
Don't look at me, I just work here.