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Frigidaire FFHS2311LW 22.5 Cu. Ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator Review$899.00
The Frigidaire FFHS2311LW is a side-by-side refrigerator with a glossy white exterior.
The Frigidaire's matte finish won't pick up fingerprints.
The handles are a standard set of handles. The edges are rounded, the sides are flat: no design flourishes here.
The handles have a plasticky look to them that looks clean but also doesn't have much of an aesthetic flair.
The Frigidaire FFHS2311LW's water/ice dispenser has separate outputs for ice and water respectively, and controls the flow of either with curved levers.
Although basic, the dispenser's controls are functional, if a bit redundant: they really only needed two buttons for these options.
This is a shot of the dispenser when the light is on. It illuminates the whole enclave with a pale salmon glow.
The Frigidaire FFHS2311LW keeps its freezer on the left side and its refrigerator on the right. While the fridge is functional, again, it looks a bit plain.
The top of the refrigerator side has a few shelves that can be removed and replaced with an impressive granularity. If you only need a little more headspace, you can move the shelf up a notch or two and not waste a lot of room.
The bottom of the refrigerator has two drawers. They don't have any rollers, so they tend to be a bit sticky.
The water filter is located in the top right corner of the refrigerator.
The top of the door has a butter drawer. Just below the butter drawer are four enclosed shelves that can be removed and slotted back at any of those little tabs lining the door wall.
Here's the remaining three shelves on the door. You can technically move the bottom shelf, but if you did you'd only be removing storage space.
Although the bright light makes it a bit hard to photograph, the freezer has two wire shelves. They can be removed, but as you can see in the photo, the slots are really few and far between. Additionally, the wires aren't going to stop any spilled liquids from seeping all the way down to the bottom.
There are two more wire shelves towards the bottom of the fridge, along with a plastic drawer. Like the drawers on the refrigerator side, there aren't any rollers to help the drawer slide in and out. Sometimes it's a bit jerky.
The top part of the freezer only has one shelf, located above the ice chute.
Below the ice chute are three more drawers that can't be relocated.
The fridge's ice maker takes up a lot of space on top of the fridge. It looks like there's a bit of storage space above it, but there's no shelf there, just a drop down into the ice maker itself. The front of the ice maker has a little door that can be opened and shut: as the helpful graphic shows, the ice maker is deactivated when the door is open.
The back of the fridge looks pretty cheap. It has a water pipe for water and ice dispensation.
The two sides of the fridge are featureless and basically indistinguishable.