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- Haier RRTW18VABW
- Just because you may not be familiar with a brand doesn't mean it's not any less worthy of your attention than a more established name. Haier is a fairly recent addition to the American appliance market, but some of its products are as good as the more recognizable models. The Haier RRTW18VABW, for instance, is an excellent entry-level fridge that can more than hold its own with the major competition. Like all entry-level fridges, it has its flaws - a somewhat cheap interior design and inconsistent freezer temperatures were the biggest issues we came across - but with online sale prices hitting the $370 mark, it's a pretty fantastic bargain for consumers on a budget. Give this Haier a try, and see if this younger brand is a good fit for your kitchen.
Haier RRTW18VABW 18.2 Cu. Ft. Top Freezer White Review$704.74
The Haier costs a mere $36.75 per year to run. That figure is calculated using a standard average of $0.09 per kW-h, but no matter what your local energy cost actually, this fridge is going to give you a comparatively lower rate. It's impressive, especially when you consider that this appliance isn't Energy Star certified.
Power Use Per Cu Ft
Not only is this fridge cheap to run, it uses energy very efficiently. For each usable cubic foot of storage space, it eats up 0.08 kW-h. This is on the very low end of energy consumption, making it better for the environment as well.