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Hotpoint HTR16ABSRWW 15.6 Cu. Ft. Top Freezer White Review

If you're not looking to invest in a long-term machine, the Hotpoint HTR16ABSRWW should be considered.

June 28, 2012
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Introduction

From GE's entry-level subsidiary Hotpoint comes the Hotpoint HTR16ABSRWW, a rather small budget fridge that provides a level of performance that is, at best, just acceptable. If you're not already familiar with the Hotpoint line, this model may not give you the best sort of first impression, but for folks who are on a very strict budget, its low cost may make it exponentially more attractive. You have to be careful when shopping for this appliance, however, as many online retailers actually advertise a price that's higher than what GE lists on its website. The posted MSRP is just $499, though we found deals that went as low as $375 before tax and shipping. Depending on your location, this could be the perfect choice for consumers looking for their first fridge who aren't necessarily looking to make a long-term investment.

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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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