Summary: We just moved into your first house, and needed a bigger Deep Freezer, by far this was an excellent choose. Our 3 kids can really eat, and getting quick meals from the freezer for them to cook is so great. We literally stock up on food for a whole month. Well worth the buy.
Pros: Adjustable Shelving, Attractive Design, Door Shuts Securely, Quiet, Space For Tall Items
WSU Coug No Longer a Customer !!!!, reviews.lowes.com
7 November 2011
Summary: I thoroughly researched freezers and I decided to go with Frigidaire because of their reputation. Here are the facts: • Purchased November 6, 2009 at Lowes. • Died November 1, 2011. • This freezer does not have an alarm to let you know if it turns off/dies. • The light on the handle of the freezer remained lit the last week of October, thus we thought it was running. • We opened it on November 1 only to find that it had died probably a week earlier.
Summary: Love the freezer - lighted and built in shelves making finding things in a chest freezer much easier. Now I can stock up on all those great deals at the grocery and not worry about having enough room. Ordered the freezer online on Sunday night and it was delivered first thing Monday morning. Great!
Summary: I bought this freezer after my 23 year old upright freezer died. I did some research before going out to the stores to see what was available. I learned through research that a chest freezer is more economical to run, usually costs less to purchase and has closer to the actual stated cubic foot space.
Summary: I have always liked chest freezers as they don't lose a bunch of cold air when you open them... I ordered a remote temp gauge for the freezer and I have been adjusting the temp around to try to keep it stable... It is on a 3- season porch and the temperature varys.... I have found that the freezer varies as much as 10 degrees at any given setting... This is the first time I have kept track of temp in a freezer so for all I know it is normal...