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Frigidaire Gallery 20.5 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel 2-In-1 Freezer / Refrigerator

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I make suggestive passes at it when I touch the stainless steel front. I’m tempted to write more smut about lusty appliances… Hey, don’t laugh. (If you get bored just go google this word: Sybian ) Anyway, so it converts between a fridge and a freezer which is mad-awesome if need be. We needed a freezerless fridge and thus this fit the bill. See, I have a giant chest freezer from Sears that is my go-to frozen food storage. I just didn’t need a fridge with another freezer, just a fridge to keep my not-frozen shit chill. Our old fridge, a contraption built when I was a pre-teen, sometime prior to 1998 (no, I am not exaggerating). Had it been any older it would have required the name ‘Ice Box’ and restocking of actual ice. Yeah, we needed a new fridge. Outside of the vast space and beautiful light and awesomeness of this thing, there is a con. That is that the seal on the door is so tight you can’t open it with the handle without raunching so hard you might tip the fridge over. So instead of using the handle you have to finger the seal (and thus break said seal) to get it open. It’s like aggressive foreplay with an food storage device but, frankly, it’s a minor detail once you get in the habit. AND our electric bill, now sans the giant ancient ice box from (again) 1998, is down nearly $20. Fluke. We’ve run the AC like it’s hot upstairs (because it is) and the bill still dropped $20… Also, the internal temp on this thing does not violently flux like the old fridge. (And the next appliance is a new hot water heater. But, yeah, being old makes you love the convenience of appliances. Between my Kitchen Aid, the fridge, the freezer, a dishwasher, washer, propane dryer that gets hott