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American fridge freezer

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Getting a new kitchen and getting an american fridge freezer, my dilemma?

Built into my kitchen or left free standing?

Has anyone got one of these built in and does it look nice like that?
Thanks
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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Mine is a free standing one but stainless steel and it does look good but a nightmare to keep clean if you have little hands wandering about all day! My sister-in-law has a built in one with oak doors which looks just as good as well as it all blends into the kitchen. It's all down to personal taste really though think it may be easier to replace a free standing one rather than the built in one.
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i had an american freezer i found the freezer is very small if u have the money i would opt to have a tall seperate fridge and freezer (built in) u can fit alot more in them
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edjaned
i had an american freezer i found the freezer is very small if u have the money i would opt to have a tall seperate fridge and freezer (built in) u can fit alot more in them

Yes that's true. We also have a huge "Iceland" size chest freezer in the garage as well and only use the American one for veg, chips etc.
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kaks26
edjaned
i had an american freezer i found the freezer is very small if u have the money i would opt to have a tall seperate fridge and freezer (built in) u can fit alot more in them
Yes that's true. We also have a huge "Iceland" size chest freezer in the garage as well and only use the American one for veg, chips etc.
we ended up selling ours and bought seperates instead,much better and the american fridge freezers are pretty bulky too and may stick out further than your worktops etc
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edjaned
kaks26
edjaned
i had an american freezer i found the freezer is very small if u have the money i would opt to have a tall seperate fridge and freezer (built in) u can fit alot more in them
Yes that's true. We also have a huge "Iceland" size chest freezer in the garage as well and only use the American one for veg, chips etc.
we ended up selling ours and bought seperates instead,much better and the american fridge freezers are pretty bulky too and may stick out further than your worktops etc


i agree, I sold mine after a couple of weeks, pretty but a waste of money, now have no frills tall seperates, much better, tons of room
1 Like #6
Ours is huge but its in an alcove all by itself so doesn't stand out as much but it definitely would stick out like a sore thumb amongst our units if it was beside them. My OH is a bit obsessed with freezers and fridges. He's even got an upright stand alone fridge in the garage for cold drinks only - can you believe it? Keep telling him its all those that are causing the big lecky bills when he's ranting about us putting lights out after us lol X)
1 Like #7
i would have a rethink especially if u have a family u would deffo fit more in seperates and i dont think there is much point to having an american one if its built in imo
1 Like #8
My LG American Fridge/Freezer, the freezer is massive, Be sure to get one with the ice/water dispenser built into the door for extra space in the freezer. Chest freezers are great if you've got the space.
1 Like #9
i have a black whirlpool one thats free standing i have plenty of room in the freezer was quite shocked how big they are
#10
I wonder if these American freezers happen to be sold on the OP's website powerdirect Ummm. Of course! Self promotion for the... /fail
#11
Nah man it's just so blatant and annoying how people like you manipulate the system. I can't wait for the moderators to get round to reviewing all this and your associates actions.

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