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Need A Refrigerator With No Freezer? - Reviews, Features, Prices

Posted by Bob Allaire on Sep 10, 2020 9:30 AM 

 

Certain specialty applications call for specialty products. Refrigerators are no different: refrigerators with no freezers, also called "all-refrigerators" or "freezerless refrigerators" may come in compact forms to be installed in offices, pool houses, or where a second refrigerator is needed. Others are intended to replace built-in refrigerators for a high-end look. They range from basic to luxurious, mini to full-size, and there are a lot of options. Here are a few types of all-refrigerators:

  • Twin Refrigerators or Column Refrigerators: A high-end type of refrigerator with no freezer, usually with a built-in look. They feature a single door and can be paired with a matching column freezer for a custom side by side look, or separated for convenience in a high-end kitchen. They may be panel-ready, built-in, or integrated (read more about built in and integrated refrigerators here). Frigidaire offers freestanding options that look built in but are a lot cheaper.

  • Freestanding All Refrigerators: These models are useful for apartments, dorm rooms, offices, and other settings. They can be compact at 11 cubic feet or less, or up to 19 cubic feet or so.

  • Beverage Centers/Wine Coolers: These refrigerators are specifically designed for storing beer, soda, wine, and other beverages. They're a great addition to any home bar! They usually have clear glass doors and can be freestanding or built-in models that can be installed under counters. (We reviewed beverage coolers here.)
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Refrigerator with Drawers - Designs, Reviews, & Pricing

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Aug 25, 2020 10:03 AM 

 

Several manufacturers make refrigerators with drawers, and they come in a few different flavors. These models are sometimes referred to as four door refrigerators, but that can be confusing since... well... most of the time, we're dealing with an extra drawer, not an extra door! The most popular style (which our four door article linked above focuses on) is an additional drawer between the fresh and frozen compartments, usually with adjustable temperature controls. However, LG recently came out with a surprisingly affordable dual freezer drawer refrigerator we'll review below, and we'll also explore other brands like KitchenAid's dual drawers.

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What is a Counter Depth Refrigerator? - Features, Pros & Cons

Posted by Bob Allaire on Aug 18, 2020 8:00 AM 

 

When you are researching a new refrigerator, the choice between counter depth and full depth can be an important one. This is especially true if you have a kitchen with a built in cabinet opening for your refrigerator that is finished on one or both sides and has a cabinet above it.  When you are looking at refrigerators, you'll want to be sure to notice the difference between counter depth and full depth models.

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Door In Door Refrigerators - Reviews & What You Need to Know

Posted by Bob Allaire on Jul 28, 2020 8:00 AM 

 

A few years ago, LG was the only appliance brand with door-in-door refrigerators. Today, they're offering new versions of this innovative design, including dual door in door and the InstaView door in door. Other brands like Samsung and GE have started to offer their own styles of door in door refrigerators as well.

After exploring the benefits of the door in door design, we'll be taking a look at the InstaView door in door as well as checking out what other brands have done in this area. One thing's for sure: LG has some competition!

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The Best Garage Refrigerator Models - Reviews, Features, Prices

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Jul 22, 2020 10:36 AM 

 

Although you can "trick" a normal refrigerator into working in a garage setting, when it comes to perishable foods, you're better off getting a garage refrigerator specifically made for the task. A typical refrigerator is designed to handle ambient temperatures from around 50 to 85 ºF (although the range varies from model to model), while garage refrigerators can handle broader ranges. In this article, we'll review a few different garage refrigerator models!

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The GE Refrigerator with Keurig - Models, Features, Prices

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Jun 25, 2020 8:00 AM 

 

Keurig K-Cups and various Keurig accessories (plus a range of spinoff products) are found in homes across the US. What's the next big step in single-serve, fast-prep beverages? Why not consolidate your appliances and get a refrigerator with the Keurig K-Cup brewing system built-in?

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The 5 Largest Counter Depth Refrigerator Models of 2020

Posted by Jeff Allaire on May 28, 2020 9:30 AM 

 

A counter-depth refrigerator is typically close to 24 inches deep, the same as the average countertop depth, so they fit in close to the countertops rather than sticking out 5-7 inches. This is a step up from typical refrigerators that can give your kitchen a sleeker, high-end look without springing for a built-in or panel-ready design! We've compiled some of the largest counter depth refrigerator models available today to help large households find the perfect option for their needs. For more information on choosing a new refrigerator, check out our refrigerator buying guide

Our reviews include features, prices, and links to customer reviews to help you discover these new models! We've reviewed four French door refrigerators and one side by side refrigerator.

 

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Bottom Freezer Refrigerators - Features, Pricing, Pros & Cons

Posted by Bob Allaire on May 19, 2020 11:00 AM 

 

If your previous refrigerator was a top freezer refrigerator or the once-popular side by side style, you might be wondering about whether it's time to try a bottom freezer refrigerator. These models have been around for a while and have distinct advantages over top freezer and side by side styles: first, you don't have to bend over to access the fresh food section; and second, the refrigerator and freezer offer wide spaces for flexible storage. (Before we continue: check out our refrigerator buying guide for more info on choosing a new refrigerator!)

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The 5 Best Bottom Freezer Refrigerator Models for 2020

Posted by Jeff Allaire on May 19, 2020 10:45 AM 

 

If you’re shopping for a new bottom freezer refrigerator model, you might be curious about your options. Bottom freezer refrigerators flip the traditional top-freezer model upside down. You have easy access to the fridge without bending over, and the drawer-style freezer doesn’t require careful management to avoid spilling bags of frozen vegetables all over the floor! (Learn more about refrigerators in our refrigerator buying guide!)

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The 5 Largest Bottom Freezer Refrigerator Models for 2020

Posted by Jeff Allaire on May 19, 2020 9:00 AM 

 

The bottom freezer refrigerator is a welcome relief from bending over to access the fresh food section and carefully maintaining piles of frozen items in a top freezer refrigerator. If you have a lot of mouths to feed, you're probably looking for the largest bottom freezer refrigerator you can find - and we're here to help! Bottom freezers are also a great option for narrower spaces since there are many options that are 33" wide, as many side by side and French door refrigerators are 36" wide.

We've collected the best and biggest models available today from a variety of brands to help you find the perfect model for your needs. Bonus: all of the models on our list happen to be under $2,000 MSRP and are Energy Star rated! Let's take a look at these five great models. They are numbered for your convenience but listed in no particular order. (And for more info on choosing a new refrigerator, check out our refrigerator buying guide!)

 

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