refrigerators

Frigidaire FFHT1817LS 18.2 Cu. Ft. Top Freezer Stainless Steel Review

This Frigidaire is a solid purchase for an entry-level fridge. Excellent energy ratings, decent space, and solid temperature performance in the refrigerator section mean you're going to get at least what you pay for with the MSRP price tag of $849, if not more. Be warned, though: questionable freezer performance may mean you want to avoid shopping for meat in wholesale store-sized quantities.

$849.00
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Introduction

A run-of-the-mill top freezer for folks looking to save some money, the Frigidaire FFHT1817LS functions strongly enough that it will more or less do everything you expect it to, but not much else. Lacking any extra features, this model is a good entry-level fridge for folks on a budget. Easy to use right out of the box, its smaller price tag may be enough of a pull to overlook some small issues with its performance. The MSRP markets this unit at $849, with retailers offering it for as low as $600.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Energy Efficiency
  4. Performance
  5. Storage Space
  6. Usability
  7. Conclusion

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