This is a convenient, family-sized budget refrigerator. Its main drawback is the comparatively high power consumption.
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Pro A lot of space for a budget fridge
This cheap Kenmore fridge has enough usable space for a 4-people family, with a total capacity of 19 cu. ft.
Pro You can set it to a precise temperature
Unlike many budget fridges, this Kenmore comes with digital controls that let you set the precise temperature in the refrigerator and freezer compartments to make sure that nothing goes bad.
Pro Customizable and organized inner layout
You can adjust the height of the refrigerator shelves, as well as the door bins in both the freezer and refrigerator compartment. Two crispers at the bottom of the refrigerator compartment preserve fruits and vegetables from wilting and rotting. The freezer has an easily-accessible pull out bin.
Pro Convenient compartment layout
The refrigerator compartment that is usually opened more frequently is on top, so you don’t have to stoop to grab fresh food from the bottom shelves.
Con The power consumption is relatively high
For a small fridge, 521 kWh yearly power consumption is pretty high. You can find fridges that are twice as big and get the same electricity bill.
Con It’s not fingerprint resistant
The housing of the fridge has no anti-fingerprint coating, and so it will require regular cleaning to look neat.
Con Ice maker is not available
Since the fridge is not compatible with any external ice maker kit, so if you ever need ice for your drinks, you will have to buy it from the store.