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About Viking Refrigerators
Viking is a luxury appliance manufacturer that offers high-performance ranges, refrigerators, dishwashers and more. Its fridges are available in a variety of colors, sizes and customizable options, and you can purchase them through local dealers.
Pros & Cons
- Luxury refrigerators
- Variety of colors
- Custom options available
- Can be expensive
Viking is a manufacturer of luxury built-in and freestanding fridges with commercial-grade technology. Its appliances are available through a local dealer network, and you can customize them to your kitchen.
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I like the look of my Viking refrigerator and I’m very happy with its performance. It keeps the temperature well and if I keep the door open too long, an alarm sets off...I would ...Read full review
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Viking is an appliance company that manufactures refrigerators, stovetops, ventilation products and other kitchen appliances. Its refrigerators are luxury models with commercial-grade technology and hardware, and they typically last around 10 years with a variety of warranty coverage. They’re available in a variety of colors and finishes and can be customized to match your kitchen.
Viking fridge features
With fridges ranging from 18 to 48 inches wide, Viking has a refrigeration option for most kitchen spaces. It offers bottom freezer and side-by-side configurations, as well as all-refrigerator and all-freezer models. Some Viking fridges feature water dispensers or Viking’s Plasmacluster ion air purifier, which never degrades, loses capacity or needs replacing. Visit a local showroom or browse its online catalog to see which features are available for each model.
Viking fridge prices
Viking refrigerators are luxury appliances with prices from $3,000 to $10,000. Its professional-grade products, which are built for commercial kitchens and high-end homes, include upgraded features and materials. You can visit a local dealer for a free quote or check out Viking’s appliances in person at showrooms across the country. Often, you can negotiate prices directly with the dealer.
How much is a Viking refrigerator?
Viking refrigerators cost between $3,000 and $10,000. Your refrigerator’s size and style will determine its final cost.
Does Viking sell counter-depth refrigerators?
Yes, Viking sells counter-depth refrigerators. For accurate sizing, see product specifications on Viking’s website.
What company makes Viking refrigerators?
Viking Range Corporation manufactures Viking refrigerators from its headquarters in Greenwood, Mississippi. Viking is owned by the Middleby Corporation.
How long do Viking refrigerators last?
Viking refrigerators typically last around 10 years, and they’re typically covered by various limited warranties ranging from one to 12 years.
Is Viking a good brand?
Viking produces well-made luxury appliances with sleek designs and advanced features. Its refrigerators are costly, but with a variety of colors and wood veneers to choose from, you can customize them to match your kitchen. Check out Viking’s fridges in person at a local dealer or request a quote for more information.
Viking Refrigerators Reviews
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When I was appliance shopping, the builder sent us to a couple of different appliance places and the main one that I went to, Viking was prominently displayed. I've had other friends that had the Viking appliances as well and here locally, we had a Viking store that did cooking demonstrations, which were great. When they feed you like that, it's a good chef cooking, so it was really nice to see everything up close and personal.
We ordered our Viking refrigerator last summer, and it arrived around early October about the same time we demoed the kitchen. There were lots of issues with delays getting things to us, and then the kitchen remodel took longer. We’ve had the refrigerator in place about two months now. It has a great design and it's roomy. The all glass inside is really nice, and I like that they've got the deeper shelves on the door itself, so the condiments can't flip over easily. I also like the bottom drawer for the freezer to have things down low. To be able to open the upper portion and have everything at eye level is really a nice feature. I’ve always had a side-by-side, so this is my first one with the freezer on the bottom, and I'm very pleased.
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The Viking refrigerator is a high-end product. With the one I chose, a refrigerator is on the top and the freezer’s on the bottom. I have a limited amount of space in my kitchen, but I knew I wanted to do all the high-end appliances because we just moved. I like the way it works. I don't have to fumble with two doors. It's just one door on the top and one drawer on the bottom, and it keeps the lettuce and all that stuff really fresh. The spinach in the bag lasts a lot longer. The fruits and everything. It does last a lot longer. It keeps everything cool. It makes a lot of ice. I use a Brita water thing and it cools it really fast. It's the nicest refrigerator I'll ever own. It looks very regal when you walk into my kitchen.
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I had a Viking fridge and that stopped working. It's been a headache because it's quite a heavy fridge and to take it out or put it in is like a whole effort by itself. It's not very straightforward. Not many people do it. We went through a lot of trouble with that. And it seems like whoever does that work charges three times more than anyone else for any other fridge. My home warranty tried to fix that fridge and when they could not, they offered me some money, which was not adequate. We were debating whether to get a cheaper fridge or put in a similar fridge. We have built-in space for a Viking or a similar fridge and it was very difficult. We were very limited.
I got a new Viking fridge, which is a similar model to the previous one, and setting it up was a big hassle. The people who delivered it did not put it and I had to get people to do that. But Viking is a good fridge, which is why we got it. When it works, it doesn't give trouble, although when it does, it's very problematic to get an experienced professional who deals with Viking. Viking could not set us up with someone that's their repair guy unless I have a contract with them. We were not the original owners of the previous, so I didn't have any contract with them. Now, I do and I hope there is someone here to fix it.
Viking makes every effort to listen and hear what our customers want, which is our foundation for newer and improved models. Thank you for being a part of what Viking is building.
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I liked the layout of the Viking refrigerator and the fact that the salespeople told me they tended to be more reliable than some of the other models because they're often used in commercial applications. They don't have a lot of customization options other than whether or not you want an ice maker. I did that. I bought the fridge brand-new December 2022. Shortly thereafter, the ice maker failed. It's under warranty so I called the appliance store back and they took care of it. They were a little skeptical about the design of the ice maker.
They were able to fix the ie maker. But what happened is that the fill pipe that brings the water in froze solid and they think it might be a design flaw. Since they fixed it, the fridge has been operating for about a week. The problem may be that if you don't frequently take ice out of it, that pipe is going to freeze again. Other than that, the fridge has worked fine. It looks to be of a good quality. I like the way it's laid out.
It's a French-door refrigerator with a very spacious freezer drawer. There's no deli drawer in-between that you can pull out, which a lot of the other ones have, which seemed to me makes them basically more complicated. The other reason I chose this one is it does not have any kind of digital electronics. All appliances now will have apps that hook up to your phone and iPad and I didn't want that. It's just stuff that is eventually going to malfunction. I want it basic.
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It's very confusing to set the temperature both in the standalone refrigerator and the standalone freezer. The freezer is set so low. If you wanna have ice cream, you'd be best plan on setting it out for 20 minutes or you're not gonna be able to eat it because it's so frozen. We cannot figure out how to make it a few degrees warmer. The same problem was going on with the refrigerator. It was condensating because it was set too cold.
We had an appliance repair guy out working on something else, not those appliances. And he said, "Oh, you got it too cold." So he obviously figured that out. Clearly, I need to take a minute and go find the owner's manual or I need to just google it and look it up. So it's not really a complaint to Viking, but it's not intuitive. Let's put it that way. Somebody overengineered that. You should be able to open a door and press an up button or a down button to set your temperature without having to hit the right combination. We're not opening a safe here. We're just adjusting the temperature in the freezer. But otherwise, we've been very happy. It's beautiful and it works.
There was a rebate program with our units, and we got the rebate. But the communication back from Viking was zero. So I filled it out, got the forms online, did everything I needed to do. I even uploaded and submitted online. Never got an acknowledgment email. Then a month or so later, a tech shows up. But I would certainly recommend Viking to somebody. It's a good quality product. It's made in the USA, which I don't know how many of us left care about that. But that means something to me.
Our aim is to be here to iron out any/all wrinkles. Our customer support team is here to help should you need assistance. Please contact Viking at 888-845-4641 option 3, and we'll be glad to walk you through the operations.
We no longer have the original refrigerator because we had nothing but trouble with it and very frustrating months of problems and it could not get resolved. The retailer tried to help us but it finally came down to that the actual refrigerator box was not made well and it was not square. So, there was an air leak in it and we had frost in the freezer because of the air leak. And to keep up with the air leak, the compressor was running constantly and relatively loud to what it should have been. I finally just threw up my hands.
I wrote a letter to the president of the company and within two days, I got a call from his executive assistant and they said they would take care of that for me. They sent out people that know how to fix the things and they decided everything we had told them was correct and they replaced the refrigerator with a brand-new one and that is working perfectly. When I looked up Viking, I did not see consumer complaints on various websites. I did not see any situation such as I had had. I got a turkey on the first one and somehow it got out of their factory poorly built or the thing had an accident, like falling off the truck and got it out of alignment.
I was very impressed with the speed once I got to somebody who could do something, the president of the company. So, I was very happy that Viking stood behind their product and gave us this new one. Their response to my problem was outstanding. I'm skeptic at heart and they relieved my skepticism about big business. The lighting inside the refrigerator and the freezer are excellent. You can see everything. And the good arrangement of shelves and lots of room for everything are also my favorite features. There's just two of us living here now so, it's all going well.
Our customers expect the very best, and we work hard to ensure those expectations are met. Our aim is to be here to iron out any wrinkles. Our customer support team will be here for you should you need assistance. Thank you for accepting nothing less.
I went in a store and I got a package. I got the Viking range, fridge, dishwasher, and microwave. I love my kitchen. The fridge is huge, blue, and fabulous. But I could not get the handles in gold. The microwave did not come in blue. So, I had to take a silver one, a stainless steel. I wanted them all to match, but since the handles were stainless steel, I figured it pulled everything together. I have gold handles on all of the cabinets and my sink, faucet, and the burners on the Viking stove are brass.
The fridge is giant. It holds everything, it's got plenty of drawers for all different stuff, like your charcuterie, cheeses, vegetables, and fruits. It's got lots of adjustable shelving. But it did not have an egg keeper. I'm wondering if I might have gone online to just find one, but I just bought an ice bucket thing that's long and slender, and the eggs fit well inside it. It fits on the slender on the shelf, much like the clear one that came with my stainless fridge up here in Jersey. There are those little things that are a bummer. Otherwise, the thing is great. I would remind myself to ask about water because I am happy that it's not in the door. And when you get water in the Viking, you get it on the inside, not on the outside. When you open it, there's a little thing on the side. But I didn't get that. My friend has it. But I don't drink that much water, so it's okay for me.
Viking makes every effort to listen and hear what our customers want, which is our foundation for newer and improved models. Thank you for taking the time to let us know and being a part of what Viking is building.
Our refrigerator wouldn't hold temperature since we moved into the house. It's only about a four-year-old Viking and it seems like the sealed refrigeration system is faulty. And even though it's under warranty, both Viking and their authorized service has not honored the warranty, and the authorized service provider is now not responding to calls. The third party person was generally rude and gave me incorrect information. I have a warranty card that says the full sealed refrigeration system is under full warranty for 6 years and the limited warranty till 12 and this person was telling me that it's out of warranty and they don't cover anything in the sealed system. People should go with Sub-Zero Wolf.
We got a developed house and the Viking refrigerator was already installed. You can do different temperatures. So far, it seems perfect. There is only one thing that I am confused about. I'm confused about their warranty and if you need to register the product.
Thank you for providing your experience. We hope you continue to enjoy your Viking refrigerator. You may always register your product at our website, VikingRange.com, or call into customer care at 888-845-4641 option 3.
We love the Viking refrigerator. It looks good and it is reliable. The feature that my wife likes is the door closes itself automatically. If you leave some of the doors open, the shelves close automatically. Also, it has the feature of the icemaker being independent. The arrangement all over is really nice. It’s also great service. We had an issue with the fan and they sent someone in two days. He examined the refrigerator and identified the issue at hand. He ordered a replacement and he was back the following week.
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Viking is a brand that's well-known and it's a family preference. I love the refrigerator from them. It was put in a new construction home that we don't actually live in yet so it's just sitting there. Customer service was excellent. There was great communication and follow-up. I had an issue with another appliance I got and there was a speedy resolution.
At times it takes our breath away to hear how our customers remain so faithful to Viking. Thank you for placing your trust in the quality of our brand.
Our kitchen is set up for a built-in refrigerator. Since we were needing a new refrigerator and didn't want to remodel the whole kitchen, I was limited to brands that offered one that fit the dimensions of our space. I looked at a few different ones and the Viking one stood out to me. I went to Best Buy as that was one of the stores that the associate presented.
It took quite about nine months before I got the Viking refrigerator I ordered. For the most part, the refrigerator seems to be working pretty well. The only thing is, we had some issues with it in a short time. The built-in icemaker had some quality issues. But those were resolved by a warranty repair. A third party company was sent out and they seemed pretty knowledgeable. They were good to work with and they made sure that we were taken care of. It just with what we paid for it, we had more hiccups than we should have had early on. But for the most part, I'm pretty satisfied with it. Everything seems to be pretty good quality. I like how modular everything is in it. You don't just have the ability to adjust the shelves, but the positions of all of the different parts such as the crisper drawer and the deli drawer. You can arrange it however that suits your needs. That's my favorite aspect of the refrigerator.
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