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- Frigidaire FFSC2323LS
- With an MSRP of $1899 and a quality that feels like it should be half the price, the FFSC2323LS offers solid temperature consistency and won't add a ton to your electric bill, but it doesn't offer anything to explain the high cost.
Frigidaire FFSC2323LS 22.6 Cu. Ft. Side By Side Stainless Steel Review$1,899.00
This is the Frigidaire's greatest strength. With a decent storage capacity bolstering its level of energy efficiency, the Frigidaire costs less than many other fridges of its size and style to operate. If saving money in the long run is your biggest concern, consider buying this fridge. Just make sure that you find it at a low enough price to make those savings start to appear before the fridge keels over.
The Frigidaire is, with all the level of quality that the word implies, adequate. Its temperature control is decent, and even surpasses some other side-by-sides in its consistency. Moisture retention is perhaps just under the ideal average, and its freezer does a very good job of freezing things. It actually does quite well overall.
You won't be blown away by the capacity of the Frigidaire's fridge or freezer, which total about the average amount of space available in this type of model. It lands right in the middle, without more or less space than one should expect from the center of the spectrum.
Other than the usual hassles found in a side-by-side - thin compartments can make storing bulky items difficult, spills that manage to drip down the back are a pain to clean - this fridge does just fine. Controls are large, making them easy to both read and use, shelves are readily adjustable, and aside from the wire components in the freezer, spills are fairly easy to contain.