10:37PM | 06/27/05
Member Since: 06/27/05
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I have been looking into an extra freezer for my new house which will hold my fiance his 3 kids myself and my child, and alot of family visits. So we need a big heavy duty freezer, that is not too expensive but has great freezing capacity. If anyone has a few ideas on the best ones for our needs please let me know. thanks :)




03:37AM | 06/28/05
Member Since: 07/23/04
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**I have been looking into an extra freezer for my new house which will hold my fiance his 3 kids myself and my child, and alot of family visits**

-Sounds- like you will need a LARGE one to put all those people in there ;)

Woods is one of the better products on the market...


Appliance Repair Aid



09:34AM | 06/28/05
Member Since: 11/11/02
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** has great freezing capacity. **

A frost-free model (only available in an upright - but there are manual defrost uprights as well) has the best quick-cool ability. A chest freezer is the most economical to run.

Woods and Frigidaire are about the only companies left still making *full-size* freezers. All the other brands (see the following link) are just either of those products re-brand. JFYI. Frigidaire has about 65-70% of the market.

- Appliance411: Who makes what?


Whichever brand you buy, freezers are not usually that expensive.

BTW. There is very little difference between "commercial duty" freezers and regular domestic ones so I wouldn't suggest you pay much more for one labeled like that than you would for a comparable regular, household model.

** Sounds- like you will need a LARGE one to put all those people in **

That's how I read it at first, I thought is was a morose joke.


Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



02:23PM | 06/29/05
Member Since: 06/27/05
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lol thanks everyone.



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