The Frigidaire FRT18IL6JB refrigerator is a small top freezer model, which has just 18.2 cubic ft of space. The all-black exterior gives it a pretty classy look. In this review of the Frigidaire FRT18IL6JB fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then decide if it’s worth buying. Currently, this unit is selling for around $475, which is actually a decent price for this size range. Here’s a rundown of features found on this model: two humidity controlled crispers, spill-safe glass shelves, adjustable door bins with gallon storage, Never Clean condenser, fixed freezer door bins, factory installed ice maker, and this refrigerator is also Energy Star qualified. For a unit of this size and price, this is actually a fair amount of features.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Frigidaire FRT18IL6JB refrigerator. One problem that seems to be common amongst users is that this model tends to be noisy. Another issue is that the freezer is very small. One of the main reasons it feels so small is because of the factory installed ice maker – however, I’m not sure that I would want to give that up. A few users have had the unit break down after a couple months, but I think that is more of a fluke than anything. Overall, there’s not a lot wrong with the Frigidaire FRT18IL6JB refrigerator. If they could just fix the issue with the noise, it would be a spectacular unit. As is, I can only give this model a 4 / 5 star rating, which is still very respectable.
The Frigidaire FRT21IL6JM refrigerator is a top freezer model, with 20.6 cubic ft of space. Although the exterior is not true stainless steel, it still looks pretty nice. In this review of the Frigidaire FRT21IL6JM fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses – then we can determine if it’s worth purchasing. First off, I have to mention that the $600 price is very reasonable. This will definitely be one of it’s best assets. Here’s a rundown of some of it’s other nice features: factory installed ice maker, two humidity-controlled crispers, clear dairy door and deli drawer, gallon door bins, a full-width freezer shelf, Never Clean condenser, and it’s also Energy Star qualified. For the most part, this is a very basic refrigerator. However, it does have a couple features are not always included with cheaper units.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Frigidaire FRT21IL6JM refrigerator. One thing that’s unfortunate about this model is that you can tell it’s made with pretty low-grade materials. For the most part, this only affects the cosmetic stuff and not anything more serious. Although, there are a couple users who have had problems with this model not cooling properly. Another thing I don’t like is that it does not have a freezer light. This is especially annoying when trying searching for frozen items in dim lighting. All in all, there’s not a lot else that can go wrong with the Frigidaire FRT21IL6JM refrigerator. I do wish the door bins were adjustable, and a couple other minor things like that. I’m going to give this model a 3.7 / 5 star rating, I think it’s a fine unit for how much you pay.
The Frigidaire FGHB2869LF refrigerator is a high end French door model, with 27.8 cubic ft of space. The stainless steel exterior is absolutely beautiful. In this review of the Frigidaire FGHB2869LF fridge, I’ll dig a little deeper to see if this unit is worth the higher price tag of $2,500. First off, here’s a rundown of the features you’ll find on this model: a full-width cool zone drawer, PureAir Ultra air filter, water filter, an exterior water and ice dispenser, Energy Star qualified w/ Sabbath mode, automatic temperature alerts, gallon door bins, spill safe glass shelves, self-closing freezer door, humidity controlled crispers, ramp-up LED lighting package, and also a can dispenser. As you can see, there are definitely elements of a luxury refrigerator on this model. Put together, this is a pretty impressive feature list.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Frigidaire FGHB2869LF refrigerator. A couple users complain about the noise level from this unit. A lot of the noise seems to be originating from the ice maker, which is a fairly common issue. Also, the ice maker itself seems to be causing issues for other buyers. The exterior does tend to get marked up with fingerprints pretty easily as well. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of issues with the Frigidaire FGHB2869LF, other than the noise and ice maker. In that respect, I think this is a pretty solid refrigerator. The price is definitely going to price a lot of potential buyers out as well. Overall, I’m giving this model a 4 / 5 star rating.
The Frigidaire FRT21IL6JW refrigerator is a fairly basic top freezer model with a white colored exterior and 20.6 cubic ft of space. In this review of the Frigidaire FRT21IL6JW fridge, I’ll go over the strengths and weaknesses of this model, then decide if it’s worth the nearly $650 price tag. As I mentioned already, this is definitely a basic looking model – however, the finish on it seems to be pretty good quality. Here’s a quick rundown of the features you’ll find on this unit: one full and two half width spill save glass shelves, Energy Star qualified, humidity controlled crispers, dairy door and deli drawer, gallon door storage, factory installed ice maker, and a Never Clean condenser. For this price, you’ll have a hard time finding many more features than that on a refrigerator. I love that it includes a factory installed ice maker, because there are a lot of cheaper models that don’t. Also, the divided glass shelves are kind of a luxury at this price point.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the Frigidaire FRT21IL6JW refrigerator. It does tend to make a little bit of noise, although it’s usually not too loud. The ice maker can get a little loud as well. I wish the door bins were adjustable and that the bars were a little sturdier. Other than those few things, I don’t really have anything to complain about with the Frigidaire FRT21IL6JW. It’s a pretty solid refrigerator, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone wanting a simple, mid-size model. Overall, I’m giving it a 4.5 / 5 star rating.
The Frigidaire FGHT1844KR refrigerator is a top freezer model and is one of the smallest stainless steel units available, with just 18.3 cubic ft of space. In this review of the Frigidaire FGHT1844KR fridge, I’ll be going over this model’s strengths and weaknesses to see if it’s worth the $640 price tag. Here’s a rundown of the features you’ll find on it: spill-safe glass shelves, freezer light and door bins, adjustable gallon door bins, clear deli drawer, and it’s Energy Star qualified. I think the stainless steel exterior is a big asset – it really gives this refrigerator a classy look. For a smaller model, I think the feature set is fairly decent.
Now, let’s go over the potential negative aspects of the Frigidaire FGHT1844KR refrigerator. I think the main complaint with this model is that the freezer section is so small. It seems like it’s even smaller than the advertised 4.07 cubic ft, listed my the manufacturer. Another problem is that it’s pretty loud – the humming can get annoying after a while. And while I really like the glass shelves on the Frigidaire FGHT1844KR, I wish they were adjustable. Lastly, this model does not have an ice maker. Although, I’m not sure one would fit in that small freezer very well. Overall, I’m giving it a 3.5 / 5 star rating.
The Frigidaire FRT18L4JB refrigerator is a fairly small top freezer model, with just 18.2 cubic ft of space. The stylish black exterior gives the feeling of a much pricier model. In this review of the Frigidaire FRT18L4JB fridge, I’ll be going over this model’s strengths and weaknesses – then we’ll determine if it’s worth the $470 price tag. Here’s a rundown of it’s best features: gallon door bins, full-width sliding glass shelves, humidity-controlled crisper drawers, a dairy door and deli drawer. It also has aÂ Never Clean condenser, which basically means you’ll never have to mess with cleaning the condenser. As I mentioned earlier, I think one of this refrigerator’s best assets is the sleek, stylish exterior – it’s beautiful.
Now, onto the negative aspects of the Frigidaire FRT18L4JB refrigerator. The one complaint I’ve heard from a number of buyers is that it tends to be a little noisy. It’s not horrible, just a little louder than your average model. Another couple things I wish it had: an ice maker and adjustable door bins. Other than those minor complaints, I don’t have anything else to mention here. I’m really quite impressed with the Frigidaire FRT18L4JB. I’m giving this refrigerator a 4.5 / 5 star rating, because of the lower price point, it’s good looks and decent feature set.
The Frigidaire LFHT1817LB refrigerator is definitely on the smaller end, with just 18.2 cubic ft of space. However, that doesn’t mean it’s not a great model for smaller homes. In this review of the Frigidaire LFHT1817LB fridge, I’ll go over the best and the worst aspects about owning this model. As far as features go, here’s a rundown of what you’ll get: humidity-controlled crisper drawers, adjustable glass shelves, full width freezer shelf, and it is Energy Star qualified. I think the $430 price tag could also be considered an asset for this refrigerator. Overall, a pretty small list of features, but it’s to be expected from a cheap, small unit.
Now I’ll go over a couple things I don’t like about the Frigidaire LFHT1817LB refrigerator. First off, a couple parts seem pretty cheaply made. For example, the crisper drawer slides don’t seem that sturdy. The smooth black exterior looks nice, but it can get marked up pretty easily. Also, I wish this model had an ice maker and a freezer light. A couple other things – I wish the door bins were a little stronger and were better organized, and that the glass shelves were spill-proof. I know the Frigidaire LFHT1817LB fridge is a cheaper model, so a lot of those items don’t come standard. Overall, I think this is a decent unit though. I’m giving it a 3.8 / 5 star rating.
The Frigidaire FRT18IL6JM refrigerator is an 18.2 cubic ft model with a stainless steel looking exterior. In this review of the Frigidaire FRT18IL6JM fridge, I’ll be going over the best of what this model has to offer, as well as its downfalls. I think this model has a very good overall look to it – especially given that it only costs around $580. Here’s a rundown of what you’ll find on this refrigerator: adjustable door bins – including gallon storage, spill-proof glass shelves, humidity-controlled crispers, factory installed ice maker, Energy Star qualified, and a NeverClean condenser. Wow, I’m actually surprised at the number of “extra” features on this model, especially for how cheap it is.
OK, so now I’ll go over the Frigidaire FRT18IL6JM refrigerator’s negative aspects. First off, the fake stainless steel looks fine enough, but you know it’s not the real deal. Also, I wish the sides were the same color as the front. The door bins are definitely on the cheaper end, but that’s to be expected from a cheaper model. I think the Frigidaire FRT18IL6JM refrigerator is a little louder than average, but not overly loud. Last thing I think could be a potential problem is the freezer space. It is definitely on the smaller side. Overall, I’m giving this model a 4 / 5 star rating.
The Frigidaire FRT18IL6JW refrigerator has only 18.2 cubic ft of space, which doesn’t make it a bad model – just small. In this review I’ll go over the positive and negative aspects to see if it’s worth the $480 price tag. The Frigidaire FRT18IL6JW fridge’s exterior is very standard, with a white-colored exterior. A few of it’s best features include: an ice maker, two fresh food shelves, reversible door, Energy Star compliant, and five door shelves. As you can see, there are a couple “extras”, but not many.
Unfortunately, the Frigidaire FRT18IL6JW refrigerator does have a few issues. The first is that some parts seem a little cheap. I guess it’s what you can expect from an inexpensive model, but just know that it’s not made of top quality materials. Another issue is the noise level. It’s not horrible, but just loud enough to be annoying. A couple buyers have complained about the compressor going out after a couple years. Overall, the Frigidaire FRT18IL6JW fridge is about what you’d expect from a $480 model. I’m giving it a 3.8 / 5 star rating.
Frigidaire Gallery FGHT1834KW review:Â With just over 18 cubic ft, the white-coloredÂ Frigidaire Gallery FGHT1834KW refrigerator is on the smaller side. However, having less space certainly does not mean this is a bad fridge. At first glance, you can tell this is a pretty basic model – and no wonder, it only costs around $700. A few ofÂ the FGHT1834KW’sÂ most prominent features include: humidity-controlled crispers, bright lighting, Energy Star qualified, deli drawer, adjustable gallon door bins, andÂ spill-proof glass shelves. To be honest, this is a good amount of features for a smaller, cheaper model.
Even though the Frigidaire Gallery FGHT1834KW looks great and has a good amount of features, it still has its downsides as well. First off, I have to mention how small the freezer is. This is by far the number one complaint by users – especially since you need a little space for air flow. Another thing is that it doesn’t come with a factory installed ice maker. On cheaper models you can’t really expect this feature, but it would have been a nice touch. Lastly, the Frigidaire Gallery FGHT1834KW refrigerator seems to make quite a bit of noise (loud humming). So, even though this is a great model in some ways, it is lacking in other areas. I’m giving this fridge a 3.8 / 5 star rating.