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IKEA Nutid S25 S ID5HHEXWS03 25.4 Cu. Ft. / Side-By-Side / Stainless Steel Review

The IKEA Nutid S25 S ID5HHEXWS03—say that five times fast—proved to be a decent fridge that felt unusually familiar. Turns out, this product is nearly identical to the Amana ASD2522WRD.

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Running Cost

Fridges of this size do tend to run up a fairly sizable electric bill, but the Nutid is even a bit pricier than usual. Using a standard rate of $0.09 per kW-h, we determined that this model will cost a consumer an average of $69.53 per year to operate.

Power Use Per Cu Ft

Sometimes higher energy costs are justified by a very efficient rate of energy distribution across lots of usable space. Unfortunately, that's not the case with this model. This machine uses 0.14 kW-h per cubic foot of viable storage space. Regardless of size and type, this makes it far less efficient than many other fridges.

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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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