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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
As a somewhat larger than average fridge, the Frigidaire will cost about $48.25 per year to power. It's not the cheapest fridge on the market, but there are other models that will cost you more. We calculate this cost at a rate of $0.09 per kW-h, so it may cost more or less depending on where you live.
Power Use Per Cu Ft
The yearly operating cost of a larger fridge may be more than that of a smaller model, but it doesn't necessarily mean it's less energy efficient. To determine a refrigerator's actual efficiency level, we figure out how much energy is used per cubic foot of usable space. The Frigidaire uses just 0.10 kW-h per cubic foot of space, making it quite efficient despite having a slightly higher-than-average operating cost.