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Ok, so I am going to replace my refridgerator and would like to know some opinions about different style of fridges? Specifically, bottom freezer style fridges vs. top freezer? I have ruled out the side by side due to the limited space they have. I can only fit a 33" wide 66" tall fridge. Any suggestions?

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I have had all three styles and I prefer the bottom freezer type. The top freezer is nice but I find that having fresh foods is preferred at eye sight then the frozen foods. I get accused of not bending down and checking the bottom shelves out. There fore a lot of the left overs get put on a bottom shelf and then pushed to the back out of sight to spoil. With the bottom freezer this does not happen. Hope that made some sense to you.. grin.gif

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Yup, plus, and I mean this, when the frozen chicken falls out of the bottom freezer is has less distance to travel, and can't generate as much velocity, before it lands on your foot.

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The top freezer is nice but I find that having fresh foods is preferred at eye sight then the frozen foods. I get accused of not bending down and checking the bottom shelves out. There fore a lot of the left overs get put on a bottom shelf and then pushed to the back out of sight to spoil. With the bottom freezer this does not happen. Hope that made some sense to you..
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This is my arguement to the mrs. I want bottom freezer, she wants top freezer. confused.gif I says you spend 70% in the fridge and it makes more sense to have everything at eye level, she says we'll lose things in the bottom freezer. Currently, our side by side sucks for freezer space but we have a basement freezer too. grin.gif

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Hold a frozen turkey at eye level and drop it on her foot. Then hold a frozen turkey at knee level and drop it on her other foot.

After she is done beating you senseless she will understand the bottom freezer advantage.

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Hold a frozen turkey at eye level and drop it on her foot. Then hold a frozen turkey at knee level and drop it on her other foot.


I wouldn't get passed the first one... grin.gif

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