I'm going to buy a French door refrigerator and have seen 2 types of seals for the seam between the two doors. One is the usual rubber+magnetic seal, but of course each door has the magnetic rubber gasket facing the other door. The other type of seal is a long strip of plastic and metal that flips 90 degrees when you open and close the door. On this one, each door's magnetic rubber gasket seals against the long strip. To me it seems like the one with the flipping strip might be more durable over time and it seems like the seal would be less hassle to repair.
Has anyone had much experience with either of these types of seal? When it goes bad, how expensive and how difficult is it to repair?