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Frigidaire Freestanding Freezers | Appliances Connection

Frigidaire freestanding freezers comes in white, stainless steel and slate color options with either chest or upright style. The total capacity ranges from 4 cu. ft. to over 16 cu. ft. leaving you with the option of choosing how spacious you want your freezers to be. In addition to that, Frigidaire freezers comes in different sizes ranging from 22” to over 32”, so you can chose the proper size that will fit perfectly with your kitchen size and available space. Frigidaire freezers need a power source of 115/120 Volts. Plus, most models are either manual frosting type or completely frost free , which will not only save you time but also your energy so you can do more important things. Frigidaire features door lock with pop out key in almost every model in order to help you to automatically eject after locking the door so you won’t leave it in the door. Almost every model features bright led lighting so you can spend less time digging around through your freezer for items but instead spend more time enjoying cooking and eating healthy fresh meals.

Just to be safe if there is a power outage, Frigidaire freezers that are made of Arcticlock Thicker Walls will keep you frozen items for over 2 days. Also, set your freezers at a desirable temperature with adjustable temperature control feature. Most of Frigidaire are star energy certified which means they are designed with environmentally friendly technology. Frigidaire freezers are high performing, more accessible, and more innovative than ever; designed, built and engineered in the U.S.A.