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A fridge for every occasion...

So, with a no-freezer fridge, there isn't much choice it seems.

Rules:

  • must be a no-freezer fridge
  • must be at least 16 cf
  • must be white
    MakeSizeGood FeaturesBad FeaturesPower UsageLocation/Price
    Danby DW186618 cf
  • Energy Star rated
  • 2L or Gallon door compartment
  • 2 solid crispers
  • 1 solid meat keeper
  • adjustable wire shelves
  • door compartments not adjustable
  • unknownThe Brick - $699.97
    Danby DFF1776WE17.7 cf
  • 2 clear crispers
  • 1 clear meat keeper
  • Energy Star rated
  • adjustable glass shelves
  • 2L or Gallon door compartment
  • 18 months
  • door compartments not adjustable
  • 372 kwh
    Danby DFF1708W16.8 cf
  • 2 clear crispers
  • 1 clear meat keeper
  • Energy Star rated
  • 18 months
  • door compartments not adjustable
  • unknown shelf material
  • 372 kwh
    Frigidaire FRU17B2JW16.7 cf
  • wire shelves
  • no crispers
  • no meat keeper
  • door compartments not adjustable
  • unknownFutureshop - $649.99
    The Brick - $729.97
    Frigidaire FRU17G4JW16.7 cf
  • glass shelves
  • wire baskets
  • door compartments not adjustable
  • no crispers
  • no meat keeper
  • unknown
    Wood's R1813DW318 cf
  • Energy Star rated
  • 2L or Gallon door compartment
  • 2 solid crispers
  • 1 solid meat keeper
  • adjustable wire shelves
  • door compartments not adjustable
  • 335 kwh
    Wood's R1816DW317.7 cf
  • 2 clear crispers
  • 1 clear meat keeper
  • Energy Star rated
  • adjustable glass shelves
  • 2L or Gallon door compartment
  • adjustable door compartments

  • 372 kwh

    Leons - $849.00
    Corbeil - $849.00

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