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Frigidaire Stoves, Fridges & Dishwashers

Credited with developing the first self-contained refrigerator in 1916, Frigidaire has become so synonymous with home appliances that, in the 1900s, Americans often referred to any refrigerator as a Frigidaire. Making everything from refrigerators and freezers to stoves and cooktops, dishwashers, and washing machines, Frigidaire has more firsts to its credit, including the first home food freezer, room air conditioner, and 30” electric range. The company was also the first to offer coordinated colours for home appliances.

Frigidaire Stoves and Cooktops

Meeting all your home cooking needs, Frigidaire offers a wide range of stoves and cooktops, including both freestanding and wall ovens, and gas and electric.

Ranging in size from 24” up to 30”, large cubic feet accommodate large items like a turkey as well as multiple dishes. Finished in stainless steel or white, intelligent features include even baking technology, expandable and/or hidden elements, an extra-large oven door window, storage drawer, and self-clean options.

Five-element cooktops come atop a Frigidaire stove, or can be purchased on their own, including smooth and coil tops. Features include low simmer burners for making sauces and soups and quick boil for getting potatoes or pasta noodles ready in a pinch. They come in sizes like 30” and finishes like stainless or black. Induction cooktops are also available.

Frigidaire Dishwashers

Keep your dishes clean with a Frigidaire dishwasher, which come in sizes ranging from 18” up to about 24”, and in stainless steel and white.

Built-in, they offer quiet operation with some models going as low as 52dB. With a status indicator, some Frigidaire dishwashers include delay start options, from two hours ahead up to 24 hours, and stainless-steel tubs.

Features you’ll find in some models include up to three spray arms, multiple wash cycles, heat dry, and a self-cleaning filtration system. OrbitPower wash technology provides a powerful clean for caked on food, while a sanitization cycle in some models, removes 99. 9% of household bacteria. Wash only top rack items or run a rinse with certain models; some come with DishSense technology that uses built-in sensors to select the best cycle.

Frigidaire Fridges and Freezers

Frigidaire meets your cooling needs with refrigerators from 24” up to 36” in size, as well as upright and chest freezers, and bar and wine fridges.

Available in stainless steel or white, the refrigerators include standard top-freezer designs as well as French door models with built-in ice and water dispensers.

Features like Store-More shelves let you customize the look up to 100 different ways to accommodate whatever you want to put inside. Humidity controls, meanwhile, help keep fruits and vegetables fresher, longer in the smooth, glide-out crisper drawers.

Upright and chest freezers let you keep large amounts of food frozen, from meats to vegetables and fruits, and pre-cooked dinners. And a bar and/or wine fridge is ideal for keeping your bottles of wine at the right temperature for maximum enjoyment, and beers ice cold for consumption.

Frigidaire Washing Machines

Frigidaire makes high-efficiency electric washer/dryer combos, or washers and dryers that can be purchased separately. With finishes like standard white or slate, they range in size from 3.8 cubic feet up to 6.7 cubic feet, and electric and gas models are available.

Use up to 12 different wash cycles for different types of clothing or linens, like quick wash when you’re in a hurry, and select different soil levels.

The dryers also boast quick dry cycles, timed dryer cycles, a refresh mode, anti-wrinkle options, and reversible door. The large stainless-steel drum can accommodate everything from your clothing to bulky bedding, linen, and towels.

Whether it’s in the kitchen, laundry room, or bar area, Frigidaire has you covered with stoves and cooktops, dishwashers, fridges and freezers, and washing machines and dryers that help you get your chores done efficiently so you can spend more time with your family.

Frigidaire FRSS2623AS side-by-side refrigerator review

  • Maintains even temperatures

  • Low electricity demand

  • Lots of fridge storage

The Frigidaire FRSS2623AS features a clean stainless steel exterior with two robust handles along its middle, with its through-the-door dispenser to the left.

Opening up the right door reveals the fridge compartment, which has a standard array of shelves, door bins, and crispers.

The left door leads to the freezer. At the top is the ice reservoir, under which are some wire shelves with a drawer at the very bottom.

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The Frigidaire FRSS2623AS’s controls are on the edge of its freezer door.

  • Dimensions: 69.88” x 36.13” x 35” (H x W x D)
  • Depth: Standard depth
  • Measured capacity: 12.39-cubic-foot fridge, 4.37-cubic-foot freezer
  • Finishes: Black, black stainless steel, white, stainless steel
  • Dispensers: Through-the-door ice and water
  • User manual: Frigidaire FRSS2623AS side-by-side refrigerator manual

What we like

It manages to almost perfectly regulate its temperatures—

without costing an arm and a leg

We demand a lot from our refrigerators. The fridge compartment needs to stay above 32°F so items don’t freeze, but any warmer than 40°F will exacerbate the rate of food spoilage. The freezer needs to stick as close as it can to 0°F, both to ensure everything is properly frozen and because any variance will lead to the cycle of defrosting and refreezing that causes freezer burn.

The Frigidaire FRSS2623AS manages to thread the needle and keeps its temperatures almost exactly where they need to be. Temperatures in the fridge averaged just below 38°F, and didn’t have much variance over time.

Freezer temperatures were also better than average. Temperatures averaged close to 0°F and outside of a few small temperature spikes that all stayed below 3°F, things were consistent.

What makes these steady temperatures even more impressive is how little electricity the fridge draws. Compared to the average fridge, the Frigidaire FRSS2623AS uses about a third of the electricity (439.34 kWh/year versus 138.81 kWh/year). Typically, when a fridge senses its temperatures are off, it turns its cooling on full blast, which uses a ton of electricity.

It has impressive fridge storage for a side-by-side

Reviewed / Beckett Dubay

While the Frigidaire FRSS2623AS’s freezer is slightly small, its fridge is much larger than average.

The average side-by-side refrigerator provides 10.92 cubic feet of storage in its fridge. The Frigidaire FRSS2623AS manages to provide an impressive 12.39 cubic feet. That extra 1.47-cubic-foot difference equates to a lot of extra space—about 10gallons of milk worth.

If you’re looking to maximize your fridge storage space (and don’t mind a slightly smaller freezer), the Frigidaire FRSS2623AS is one of the roomier side-by-sides we’ve reviewed.

It has a through-the-door dispenser for easy access to filtered water and ice

Reviewed / Beckett Dubay

The Frigidaire FRSS2623AS’s through-the-door dispenser is easy to use and has a built-in light so you can see what you’re doing.

If you have an available water hookup, we recommend getting a fridge with a through-the-door dispenser. These are relatively inexpensive ways to always have access to filtered water and a ready supply of ice (plus, it frees up whatever space you would’ve dedicated to ice trays and filter pitchers).

In terms of through-the-door dispensers, the Frigidaire FRSS2623AS has a decent one. The controls are intuitive and responsive, it supports both cubed and crushed ice, and it lights up to make that midnight glass of water easier to get.

What we don’t like

The middle shelf runs slightly warmer than the top and bottom

While the Frigidaire FRSS2623AS’s temperature performance was nearly perfect, we do want to note that items in the middle of the fridge did average a degree or two warmer than temperatures at the top and bottom.

The top shelf averaged 37.41°F, the bottom shelf averaged 38.47°F, and the middle shelf averaged 40.26°F. This last temperature is notable as it’s slightly over the line of temperature where bacteria can proliferate more quickly.

This is a somewhat common issue with side-by-sides, because their compartments are so tall. What happens is the top shelf is kept coldest because that’s typically where its air vents are. Then, because colder air sinks under warmer air, it drifts down to the bottom of the fridge, rising back up to the middle as it warms. Some fridges do have technology that helps circulate air in a way that avoids a warm spot like this, but such features are invariably tied to a price hike.

Fortunately, this issue shouldn’t cause significant problems: If you turn the temperature down a notch, temperatures throughout the fridge should be well within the safe zone. Even if you don’t turn the temperature down, being just barely over that 40°F threshold means your food is only going to take a small hit to its shelf life.

The freezer is slightly small compared to other side-by-sides

Part of the trade-off for a larger fridge is a smaller freezer. The average side-by-side freezer is 5.34 cubic feet and the Frigidaire FRSS2623AS’s freezer is 4.37 cubic feet, which is 0.97 cubic feet smaller. This is a substantial difference—for context, it’s about 10 frozen pizza boxes’ worth.

While the Frigidaire FRSS2623AS’s 4.37-cubic-foot freezer should still provide sufficient storage for most users, those who rely on their freezer might find it a bit cramped.

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What owners are saying

The Frigidaire FRSS2623AS is new to the market and still doesn’t have many user reviews available. We’ll update this section once more testimonials are posted.


Frigidaire offers a standard one-year warranty that covers parts and labor. While this should protect you, it’s also not as robust as many other manufacturers’ warranty programs. For example, LG and Samsung both guarantee certain important parts for longer, with the refrigeration system covered for up to a decade.

Yes, because this is one of the best side-by-sides we’ve ever tested

The Frigidaire FRSS2623AS absolutely aces the basics. Its temperatures are remarkably steady in both its fridge and freezer. While it did have the same issue most other side-by-side fridges have—its middle is slightly warmer than its top and bottom—the temperature differential was less than 2°F, much less than what we typically see. The fridge also provides significantly more storage than other side-by-sides, although part of the trade-off for this is a smaller freezer.

Overall, if you just want a solid side-by-side with a through-the-door dispenser and no additional features, the Frigidaire FRSS2623AS is one of the best values currently available.

If you’re in the market for a great side-by-side, we also recommend the Samsung RS27T5200SR, which has similar performance and storage space.

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Mark Brezinski

Senior Writer


Mark Brezinski works on the Home Team, reviewing refrigerators, minifridges, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers, air conditioners, air purifiers, and fans.

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Beckett Dubay

Product Test Technician

Beckett Dubay is a product tester at Reviewed, regularly using science-based protocol to test refrigerators, dishwashers, and laundry large appliances, and photographing the process in the lab from start to finish.
Before Reviewed, working as a lighting designer for several years has left him with strong opinions about overhead lighting.

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Born in Seoul and raised in New England, Michael is currently a Product Test Technician at Reviewed and strives to make sure you get the most bang for your buck.
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Previously, they served for 50 years / Habr

Today, refrigerators work for 8-10 years, if you’re lucky. How is it that our household appliances have fallen so far over the past few decades? I buy and sell refrigerators and freezers made in the 1950s that still work great. I have seen washing machines and dryers from the 1960s and 1970s that still perform the same as they did the day they were made. And now household appliances break down and require maintenance after 2-3 years, and in general, new appliances last a third or a quarter of the time that appliances made decades ago served. It breaks more often and faster than before. It rusts and collapses faster than in the past. Why is this happening, and what is happening in general? I have struggled with these questions for years, selling thousands of vehicles, and more recently with used equipment dealers and repairers from all over the country. And here’s what I found.

1950s Hotpoint refrigerator I bought a few years ago. It worked great and had factory paint. He is almost 60 years old.

1. Not enough competition

There are only four major manufacturers of household appliances in the world, and before there were more than a dozen. Thanks to competition between companies, it turned out that the equipment served for decades before it had to be repaired or replaced. Over time, Whirlpool and Electrolux bought them all. Here’s today’s breakdown of who owns whom.

Whirlpool (USA) owns and manufactures Admiral, Jenn Air, Magic Chef, Maytag, Amana, Estate, Inglis, KitchenAid, Kirkland, Roper, and a bunch of lesser known brands. Whirlpool is the world’s largest manufacturer of home appliances. Whirlpool also makes appliances for other brands such as Ikea, Crosley, Kenmore, etc.

Electrolux (Sweden) makes Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gallery, Gibson, Adora, Americana, Eterna, Hotpoint, Profile, RCA, Tappan, White Westinghouse, and other lesser known brands. Until June 2016, owned by GE (now owned by Haier). It is the second largest home appliance manufacturer in the world.

Recently, LG and Samsung entered the home appliance industry, two major manufacturers. They sell appliances under their own brand, and both make small appliances like air conditioners and microwaves for other companies.

Haier (China): GE and Haier

Reduced competition has a negative impact on consumers. It is easy for manufacturers to maintain high prices for equipment and spare parts, and lower standards. Since they own all the brands, they can produce several types of low-quality appliances and this will not negatively affect the main brand. If one of the sub-brands starts to fail, they can make it disappear and start promoting any other.

Vertical modular washing machine with LEDs under the timer.

2. More parts made to fail

The quality, or lifetime of parts, has been gradually declining over the last 10-15 years. Example: For top-loading washers and dryers, the two most expensive parts of the machines are the motor and the timer. They’ve had very few problems for decades, but in the last 10 years there’s been an epidemic of timer and motor failures in washers and dryers – they fail and have to be replaced. The home appliance industry is in a reversal. If suddenly a person pays a repairman, and he finds the cause of the breakdown, then it turns out that the spare part will cost $100, and the entire repair will cost several hundred. When people find out about it, they usually change the car. The faster the part breaks, the faster the consumer will buy new equipment. Motors run for a third or a quarter of the time they ran before. The switches are glued together and eventually split and break (the solution is simple – reinforce them with a coupler, but although this problem is already 20 years old, no one is doing anything). Refrigerator door seals are glued instead of screwed on, which causes them to gradually lag behind the doors, curl up and fail – which, you guessed it, leads to their replacement. All of these problems have been identified for decades, and there is absolutely no excuse for their appearance today, unless these companies do it on purpose. There is no other way to explain this.

And it’s not just about spare parts, it’s about the whole design of the machines. For example, one of the most popular washing machine models of all time was Whirlpool’s direct drive machines. These washers have been in production for just over 30 years. Then a few years ago they replaced the direct drive with a “vertical modular washing machine.” New cars can be recognized by the LEDs below the timer, as shown in the photo, and they can often be found at the nearest junkyard. These are some of the worst designed machines ever made, and you’re going to have serious problems running them in 1-3 years. They replaced the most reliable car with the most unreliable one.

Another example is the Frigidaire dishwasher. You can find them in retail for $300, but they usually break down in 2-3 years. I’ve talked to appliance repair people who’ve gone to hundreds of homes with broken dishwashers, and they joked that they called the appliances “disposable dishwashers” among themselves. Dishwashers can be found in almost every home [US] since the 1970s – and how can they be made after 40 years so that they break after a couple of years of use? It’s either incompetence or, more likely, planned obsolescence.

3. The topic of producing quality equipment is too confusing

Who makes the best washer? It used to be Maytag, then for some reason the quality of their washers dropped and the top-loading Whirlpool became the best. Whirlpool has been making Kenmore washing machines for over 20 years. Then all of a sudden Whirlpool stopped making these amazing direct drive cars a few years ago. Now LG makes better top loading machines. Here’s the weird thing: those wonderful Whirlpool machines under the aforementioned brands left a good impression in the minds of consumers, but now they’re all getting a bad rap because all the new machines are of terrible quality. What was the best has become the worst, and millions don’t know it.

When I watch the big appliance manufacturers in action, I think of the mattress industry. What mattress will be good? How much should it cost? Where to buy it? You probably don’t know this, nor do most people, because there are so many brands and models in the mattress industry that it’s hard to imagine. It seems that every year they come up with a dozen new models of beds, and besides, in different stores the same mattresses are sold under different names! This is great for manufacturers, since consumers are not able to make them responsible for quality and develop an adequate system of reviews and ratings. And the home appliance industry is no better. Whirlpool makes identical washing machines and sells them under different names, just like other manufacturers do with other appliances. It seems that manufacturers do not want users to prefer one brand over another, but instead produce equipment that needs to be replaced as quickly as possible in order to increase sales.

4. Household appliances are made to rust quickly

One of the main differences between modern household appliances and those that were produced 40 years ago is the quality of coloring. New appliances start to rust after a year or two, although I’ve seen 40 year old washer and dryers that still haven’t rusted. How can it be? I have identified several main reasons for this.

Rusty lid on modern Whirlpool washer

A. Change in painting technology. For a long time washing machine lids were dipped in paint so that every surface, every nook and cranny could get an adequate amount of paint to prevent rust. It was very effective, often the parts did not rust for decades. Now car covers are painted with spray guns. The problem with this approach is that some parts of the cover are physically impossible to paint due to the corners and bends, so they do not receive paint. Can you guess which part of a top-loading machine rusts first? Lid! I’ve seen new lids start to rust within a year. Over time, rust spreads and irritates the eye, and then rust flakes begin to fall from the cover into the car.

B. Changed paint quality and thickness. Previously, household appliances were painted in several layers so that the paint would last a long time. Scratches are inevitable, but with multiple coats of paint, the likelihood of rust is reduced. Many new cars have very thin paintwork, the minimum amount a manufacturer can afford. As a result, household appliances rust over the entire surface.

V. Metal thickness has changed. Previously, manufacturers used much thicker metal. Structural paint support was naturally better, thicker metal prevented paint peeling and resisted rust longer. Now the metal is so thin that the first time it comes into contact with water, it rusts through and through – this has never been heard of before. This can be judged by the difference in weight between old and new cars. Old machines often weigh 10-20 kg more than new ones simply because of the thickness of the metal. This metal rusts and breaks down much faster, and dents appear more easily in it.

Appliances such as this 30-year-old freezer were smoother and had thicker metal.

D. The surface of the metal has changed. Nearly all cars had flat, smooth surfaces. They were easier to paint and clean and didn’t accumulate as much extra dust and moisture. New cars often have a raised surface – sometimes all over the surface, sometimes from the sides. This is the worst possible surface – it accumulates dirt and moisture, accelerating rusting. I live in Hawaii and you will be terribly surprised how quickly refrigerators with such a textured surface rust here.

When household appliances get rusty, people change them rather quickly. Rusty cars harm both people and the environment, and you would expect manufacturers to make cars with paint that will last for decades. But manufacturers only make money by selling new machines, and by producing fast rusting machines, they sell more new ones.

What to do about rust? Buy equipment with a flat surface. Clean it so that it does not collect dust and does not accumulate moisture on the surface. Avoid scratching appliances, especially the tops of washers and dryers, by placing laundry baskets on them. After the appearance of scratches, the rusting process begins. Use water-repellent finishes, especially if you live in humid areas. Once rust appears, you can sand it down to metal with sandpaper, and paint with epoxy paint (I recommend Krylon paint, it only takes 10 minutes to dry).

5. We need to start producing long-playing equipment

What is happening in the home appliance industry today is quite funny. Everyone is shouting about ecology and energy efficiency. But what about the lifetime of household appliances, at the end of which they end up in a landfill? If the old refrigerator or freezer lived for 40-50 years before the change, and the new ones live at most 10-15 years, this means that we produce 3-4 times more equipment. By a very conservative estimate, we throw out 2-3 times more equipment than before. In what way could this be better for the environment?

6. What are we doing to make a difference

The situation needs to be changed in two areas: the quality of new equipment and the purchase of used equipment. Elon Musk would have already started working on an improved version of household appliances powered by batteries and solar energy. But personally, you can only change the world a little; but you have to start somewhere. My partner Bobby Henderson and I created the ApplianceSwap project, where we describe all the steps for buying used equipment. We help people find used equipment near their place of residence and buy it. The site also offers courses for those who want to organize their business by buying broken equipment, repairing and selling refurbished ones.

We look forward to the future of the home appliance industry. The situation can and does change. When these new startups start asking the question of what’s best for the customer, good things can and will happen.

Have you observed how the quality of household appliances changes during your life?

The Best Refrigerators of 2023 – Edadila Magazine


The choice of a refrigerator is approached with particular predilection, since it is bought for a long time – for 10 years or more. It should be roomy, quiet, energy efficient, ergonomic. It also has to fit into the interior.

We tell you how to choose a refrigerator for your home among the variety of options. And our top best models of 2023 will help with the choice.

What is important to know about the operation of the refrigerator

To choose the right refrigerator, it is useful to know the principle of its operation and the functions of the main elements – compressor, evaporator, condenser, refrigerant.

The compressor pressurizes and circulates the refrigerant. In the evaporator, this substance changes from liquid to gaseous form. After that, the refrigerant is cooled in the condenser and returns to the liquid state. Further, the process proceeds in the same order. Let’s consider each of the elements of the system in more detail.

The condenser is responsible for the stability of the equipment and the circulation of the refrigerant. You can buy a refrigerator with the following types of motors:

  • Linear

The traditional version, working in cycles. The temperature in the chamber is controlled by a special sensor. When the set cooling level is reached, the compressor switches off. When the temperature rises to a certain value, the motor will start again.

  • Inverter

The compressor operates constantly without shutdowns, maintaining the desired microclimate in the refrigerator. This is achieved by a smooth change in engine power. It is better to choose a device with an inverter compressor: it works stably, quietly, consumes a minimum of energy, eliminates system overload, since there are no voltage drops. Equipment with it lasts longer, but its price is higher.

The evaporator ensures the transition of the refrigerant from liquid to gaseous state. Depending on the design features, it can be shell-and-tube in the form of a steel cylinder with tubes inside, lamellar in the form of a spiral and flat film with a heat exchange surface. The most reliable are shell and tube evaporators.

A condenser is a heat exchanger in which a gaseous refrigerant is cooled and converted back into a liquid state. The element in the form of a coil is located mainly on the rear wall of the device. The higher the heat dissipation of the condenser, the better. For intensive cooling, the element is equipped with additional fins in order to increase the heat transfer area.

The refrigerant is the refrigerant circulating in the system. In outdated models, freon (R22) is used, the decay of which releases toxic compounds. Choose an appliance that uses eco-friendly tetrafluoroethane (R134a) or isobutane (R600a) as a refrigerant.

How to choose the right refrigerator for your home

When shopping for refrigerators, freezers, wine cabinets, consider model design, number of users, purpose, comfortable noise level, and more.

The main criteria for choosing a refrigerator for the home:

  • Type

Refrigerators are single-chamber, double-chamber and multi-chamber. If compactness is important to you, choose the first option. The freezer in single-chamber models is located inside the main compartment or is completely absent. The most common are two-chamber refrigerators with separate chambers for cooling and freezing food. Multi-chamber models are equipped with three or more independent compartments.

  • Net volume

Indicates the capacity of the refrigerator. The optimal setting depends on the number of users. 120L is sufficient for one person, add 60L for each additional person: two family members need a 180L model, three need 240L, four need 300L, etc.

  • Defrost type

In budget models, manual defrosting is used – you have to wait for the ice to melt and remove the water. You can buy a refrigerator with a drip system – water flows down the back wall into the pan and evaporates due to heat from the condenser. Such a model requires periodic defrosting. The best option is the No Frost system, which prevents the formation of ice inside the chamber due to the constant air circulation. It is not necessary to defrost such equipment.

  • Power consumption

The energy consumption level is labeled from class A to G. The most economical models are labeled A, A +, A ++, A +++. The more benefits, the lower the cost of electricity. The highest consumption is for equipment of class C and beyond.

  • Noise level

Low noise models are 25 to 35 dB, medium noise is 36 to 45 dB, noisy is over 45 dB.

Pay attention to additional functions offered by the manufacturer. These include door open sensor, child lock, antibacterial coating, super freeze and super cool, Wi-Fi for smart home system setup, reversible door, etc. Choose options according to your needs as they have a significant impact on the final price.

If you find it difficult to choose the right model, use our ranking of the best refrigerators in 2023.

The best No Frost refrigerators

No Frost technology prevents the formation of frost on the walls of the refrigerator, which greatly facilitates maintenance. This is achieved by adding fans to the design that circulate cold dry air, as well as a heater that removes frost from the evaporator.

No Frost appliances cool and freeze food faster, maintain a stable microclimate, and do not require regular defrosting.

Tip . The circulating air winds the products. Store them in No Frost models tightly packed – in a sealed container or cling film.

Let’s consider the best representatives of this group.

Whirlpool W7 931T W

The two-compartment refrigerator is equipped with an inverter compressor that provides high energy efficiency (A +++) and quiet operation – up to 37 dB. The device has two freshness zones – separate compartments, where an optimal microclimate is maintained for longer storage of products. The spacious freezer includes three drawers. The total volume is 368 liters.

The No Frost system is provided in both chambers, there are also super-cooling and super-freezing modes, a humidity control function in the herbal compartment. And if the electricity is turned off, the equipment will keep cold for another 17 hours.

The refrigerator doors are reversible, meaning you decide which way they will open. The control of the device is electronic, there is a digital display on the front wall.

Indesit ITR 5200

The two-chamber model with electronic control is reliable, easy to operate, roomy – a total volume of 325 liters. The temperature regime is controlled by the display. The interior space is illuminated by bright LED lighting. The model is presented in black color, the coating material is metal.

The No Frost system functions in both compartments, making it easy to maintain the refrigerator. There are Push&Go and Freezer Control options. The inverter motor is characterized by quiet operation – up to 40 dB.

A distinctive feature is the ability to adjust the front legs, which makes the position of the equipment stable even on uneven floors.

LG DoorCooling+ GA-B459CLCL

Double door refrigerator with DoorCooling+ technology, which cools food 32% faster. If you are making blanks, freezing semi-finished products, take a closer look at this model. The volume of the freezer is 107 liters, total – 341 liters.

The Multi Air Flow function ensures even circulation of cold air, which prolongs the freshness of food when placed on any shelf. And No Frost prevents the formation of ice in the freezer and refrigerator, which eliminates the need for defrosting.

Equipment is equipped with a powerful inverter motor with a noise level of up to 36 dB. Energy efficiency class – A +.

Atlant XM 4524-050-ND

If you have a large family, pay attention to the model from the brand Atlant. Its total volume is 401 liters. The two-chamber refrigerator is equipped with a touch screen and a linear compressor with a noise level of 43 dB.

The No Frost system is implemented in both chambers, there are functions of fast freezing, supercooling, timer. The “Vacation” option minimizes energy costs during the absence of users at home.

Shelves made of impact-resistant glass, doors can be re-hung. Antibacterial components have been added to the material of the seal, inner walls and handles. They prevent the reproduction of pathogenic microorganisms, which increases the shelf life of products, eliminates unpleasant odors.


Two-chamber refrigerator from the German brand AEG has a total volume of 341 liters. The No Frost system is used in the freezer compartment, in the refrigerator there is a drip type of defrosting.

The fast freeze function preserves the healthy composition of the preparations, and the special MaxiBox drawer maintains optimal humidity so that plant foods stay fresh for a long time.

Microclimate indicators are displayed on the touch screen, there is a child protection option that blocks access to the controls. The inverter motor generates moderate noise – up to 42 dB. The equipment has a high energy efficiency class (A +). And if you go on vacation, you can activate the maximum power saving mode.

The best multi-chamber refrigerators

Multi-chamber refrigerators are roomy. They are equipped with three or more cameras. Usually they have extended functionality, additional zones, double doors. But more space is required for such equipment.

Whirlpool WQ9 E1L

Spacious refrigerator contains three compartments with a total volume of 591 liters. This model is suitable if you have a large family, you stock meat, fish products, semi-finished products, plant foods. The refrigerator compartment is equipped with three shelves and two drawers, has double doors. The other two chambers are freezers, each includes three compartments.

The type of defrosting is identical in all chambers – No Frost, there are super-freezing, super-cooling, maximum energy saving modes (Vacation option). The energy efficiency class of the equipment is A+.

High freezing capacity is provided by an inverter compressor – 10 kg per day. The equipment works quietly – the noise does not exceed 37 dB. Instrument control is electronic. The 6th Sense Fresh Lock system captures the slightest temperature fluctuations and, if necessary, increases compressor performance.

Midea MRC519SFNX

The four-door model has three chambers with a total useful volume of 468 liters. If you need to fit a wide casserole dish, a tiered cake, a turkey or other bulky dish in the fridge, this model will do just fine. The refrigerating chamber has a volume of 336 liters. And the freezer is divided into two chambers with a total capacity of 132 liters.

Defrost type in all compartments No Frost. There are options for quick freezing and cooling, an energy-saving mode, as well as a freshness zone for storing plant foods. Management – electronic using a touch screen.

The inverter compressor provides a freezing capacity of 10 kg per day, the noise during operation of the equipment is 43 dB.

Hyundai CM5045FDX

The model has three chambers – one refrigerator and two freezers. The refrigerator is equipped with a double-leaf door, the freezer is presented in the form of retractable compartments. The total useful volume is 412 liters. The capacity of the freezer is 134 liters, the refrigerator capacity is 278 liters.

All chambers have No Frost defrost type, fast freezing and cooling functions, freshness zone. Refrigerator control – electronic using the display.

The model is equipped with a linear compressor. The equipment is energy efficient (A ++), without power it maintains a cold microclimate for up to 20 hours. The noise level of equipment during operation is 45 dB.

Haier HRF-339MF

The four-chamber model consists of a refrigerator compartment and three freezers in the form of drawers. The refrigerator is quite compact, the total volume is 339 liters.

No Frost system is provided in all chambers, there are options for quick freezing and cooling, energy-saving vacation mode. In the freshness zone, you can adjust the humidity level. Control technology – electronic using the display. The interior is illuminated with LED lighting.

The appliance is powered by an inverter compressor. The noise level does not exceed 40 dB. Energy class – A.

Mitsubishi Electric MR-CXR46EN-PS

Three-chamber model with a total volume of 402 liters has one refrigerator and two freezers in the form of drawers. The type of defrosting is No Frost everywhere, the multi-flow cooling system Multi Air Flow provides a uniform effect on the products.

Freshness zone around 0°C with adjustable humidity level, automatic ice maker, LED lighting. The antibacterial coating prevents the growth of microorganisms, the appearance of mold and unpleasant odors.

The refrigerator features Neuro Fuzzy smart technology to save energy. As a result of the analysis of the family life schedule, the optimal settings for the performance of equipment are selected.

Refrigerator with inverter compressor is quiet – up to 35 dB.

The best built-in refrigerators

Built-in models successfully fit into the interior of the kitchen, literally merging with the set. Such refrigerators differ in design – they do not have decorative facades, the doors are attached to the doors of the headset. At the same time, the door clamping system is much denser, and the hinges are more powerful.

Note. When choosing, first of all, pay attention to the dimensions of the model – they must correspond to the dimensions of the pencil case under the refrigerator.

Weissgauff WRKI 178 H Inverter

Two-chamber built-in model from the German company Weissgauff has a total useful volume of 240 liters, dimensions (WxHxD) – 54×177. tempered glass ki . The microclimate parameters are adjusted using the electronic module.

The Hybrid defrost system combines the drip system for the refrigerator compartment and No Frost for the freezer. Freezing capacity – up to 3 kg per day. Good performance is provided by the inverter compressor. During operation, the equipment emits noise up to 38 dB. Energy efficiency class – A ++, there is a “Vacation” mode for maximum energy savings.

Hansa BK316.3FNA

The built-in two-chamber model has a total volume of 243 liters, dimensions (WxHxD) – 54×176.9×54 cm.

The linear compressor provides a freezing capacity of 3 kg per day, the noise level during operation is 41 dB. Energy class – A +. In the event of a power outage, the period of autonomous cold preservation reaches 11 hours.

The microclimate is adjusted using an electronic panel; LED lighting is used to illuminate the interior. Increases the shelf life of products and eliminates unpleasant odors with an antibacterial coating.

Gorenje NRKI 4182 A1

Built-in double chamber model with NoFrost DualAdvance cooling system. The freezer uses No Frost technology to prevent frost formation. The refrigerator compartment uses a drip type of defrosting, uniform cooling is achieved by air circulation. Additionally, the air is ionized, which has a beneficial effect on the microclimate.

There is also a super freeze function, a freshness zone for storing plant foods. High freezing power (8 kg per day) is provided by a linear compressor, noise during operation – 39db. Refrigerator control is electronic, microclimate parameters and modes are displayed on the display.

The total volume of the model is 248 l, dimensions (WxHxD) are 54×177.2×54.5 cm. There is a possibility of re-hanging the doors.


Two-chamber built-in refrigerator has a total volume of 273 liters, dimensions (WxHxD) – 54×176.9×54 cm. The model is equipped with an inverter compressor that provides freezing up to 2.5 kg per day. The noise level of the equipment is 39 dB, the energy efficiency class is A+.

Freezer uses manual defrost, refrigerator uses drip. There are seven cooling modes. Antibacterial coating prevents the reproduction of pathogenic microflora, the occurrence of an unpleasant odor.

Korting KSI 8185

If compactness is important to you, choose this model. The dimensions of the refrigerator (WxHxD) are 59.5×81.8×54.8 cm, it can easily fit under the countertop. The single-chamber model has a refrigeration compartment with a drip type of defrosting and a freezer with manual defrosting. The total usable volume is 115 liters.

The freezer is located on top, the design allows reversible doors, shelves and legs are adjustable in height. The linear compressor creates moderate noise – up to 39 dB. Energy efficiency class – A +. The refrigerator is controlled mechanically using the thermostat knob.

The best inexpensive refrigerators

In the budget segment, the choice of equipment is quite large: there are compact and full-size models, with one or more cameras, with a different set of functions. Consider the best representatives of this group.

Biryusa W6035

Two-chamber refrigerator in many respects is not inferior to more expensive analogues. The model is capacious: the total volume is 300 liters, the refrigerator compartment has 240 liters, the freezer – 60 liters. The interior is illuminated with LED lighting. It is possible to change the doors.

Freezer located at the top. It has a manual type of defrosting, and the refrigerator has a drip type. There are two freshness zones for storing plant foods. Humidity Control technology allows you to control the level of humidity. Refrigerator control – electromechanical with a thermostat knob.

Linear compressor provides a freezing capacity of 3 kg per day. Energy efficiency belongs to class A. Noise during operation of equipment – 39 dB.

ATLANT ХМ 4208-000

Two-chamber refrigerator belongs to narrow models, perfect for a kitchen with a small area. Model dimensions – 54.5×142.5×57.2 cm, total usable volume – 173 liters.

Freezer uses manual defrost, refrigerator uses drip. The compressor provides a freezing power of 2 kg per day, noise during operation – 42 dB. The antibacterial coating prevents the reproduction of pathogenic microflora, the appearance of mold and an unpleasant odor.

Refrigerator has impact-resistant tempered glass shelves, pull-out plastic baskets. The interior space is illuminated by LED lighting. It is possible to change the doors to the other side.

Stinol STS 150

The two-chamber model is only 150 cm high, but the capacity is not affected. The total volume is 243 liters, the capacity of the freezer is 54 liters, the refrigerator compartment is 189 liters. The latter is equipped with three impact-resistant glass shelves and two drawers for storing plant foods. The freezer has two containers. Both refrigerator doors can be hung on the other side.

Refrigerator has a drip defrosting system, freezer – manual. Control technology – electromechanical.

The device is powered by a linear compressor, the freezing capacity is 2 kg per day. The model is inferior to other representatives of the rating in energy efficiency, it is assigned class B. It works quite quietly – within 39 dB.

Indesit DS 4160 W

The two-chamber model is spacious and has an ergonomic organization of the interior space. Total usable volume – 269l. The capacity of the refrigerating chamber is 182 liters, the freezer is 87 liters. If you make blanks and store semi-finished products, take a closer look at this model. The freezer has three spacious drawers, there are molds for ice. The refrigerator compartment is equipped with three shelves and two drawers for storing vegetable food.

The freezer uses a manual defrost system, the refrigerator uses a drip defrost system. Low Frost technology prevents the formation of frost and simplifies the maintenance of equipment.

Linear compressor provides good performance – freezing capacity is 4 kg per day. Noise level of the operating device – 39db. Energy efficiency class A. In the event of a power outage, a cold microclimate is maintained for 15 hours.

Hyundai CT1551WT

The compact two-chamber model has a total volume of 133 liters. The freezer with a capacity of 33 liters is located on top, there is a manual type of defrosting. The refrigerating chamber with a volume of 98 liters has a drip defrosting system.

Equipment powered by a linear compressor, consumes only 184 kWh/year (class A+). Noise level – 39db.

In reviews and reviews, users note the strength, reliability of technology and ease of use. Removable shelves are made of impact-resistant tempered glass, they are easy to get for washing. And the refrigerator has adjustable legs and the ability to rehang the doors to the other side.

Don R-431 Mi

An inexpensive single-chamber model is suitable for a small family, use in the country. The total usable volume is 210 liters, most of it is reserved for the refrigeration compartment – 192 l, freezer capacity – 18 l. The type of defrost is always manual. The minimum temperature allowed in the freezer is -12°C. Model control – electromechanical.

The refrigerator is characterized by economical energy consumption (class A), energy consumption does not exceed 188 kWh/year. Noise is estimated at 45 dB.

The compact model is presented in silver color – according to user reviews, it looks beautiful in the interior.

Beko RCSK 270M20 W

The two-chamber refrigerator has a total usable volume of 262 liters: 175 liters for the refrigerator compartment and 87 liters for the freezer. The model supports fast defrosting. The refrigerator compartment uses a drip defrosting system, while the freezer uses a manual defrost system.

In the freezer, in addition to drawers, there is an Ice bank tray for storing ice, frozen berries and other preparations. The refrigerator compartment has three shelves and a drawer for vegetable food. Food spoilage is prevented by the antibacterial coating of the seal. Refrigerator control – electromechanical.

The model has a good performance – the freezing capacity is 5 kg per day. It is provided by a linear compressor. Noise during operation of equipment – 40 dB. Energy saving class – A +. In the event of a power outage, the cold microclimate is maintained for 18 hours.

Which refrigerators you should not buy

In order not to make a mistake in choosing a model and not overpay, consider the following recommendations:

  • Evaluate the design of doors

If the refrigerator has heavy doors that open with a pronounced effort, it is better to refuse to buy. Massive structures are the reason for the rapid failure of the hinges, the deformation of the seal and, as a result, the frequent calls of specialists for repairs.

  • Check the quality of the handles

The most durable are metal. Another good option is a handle in the form of a recess in the door. If the doors open hard, and the handles are made of plastic, there is a high probability of their failure over time.

  • Determine suitable dimensions

Refrigerator height of 2 m or more is only suitable for tall people who can easily reach food from the top shelf. The most popular size is from 120 to 180 cm. The dimensions of the device are the determining factor when choosing a built-in model.