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    Default My cute little new freezer!!!

    We decided to downsize from our gigantic upright freezer (which had to be in the garage) to a smaller one that could be in our kitchen. Found this one at Sears>>>

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    It's 5.1 cu. ft and has a 21 square footprint. Found it on sale for $199 and sold the old one for $200!!!

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    How cute and what a great price--congrats!

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    Good find! You will notice a big difference on the electric bill too. We borrowed a Kill-a-watt meter from our library last summer and was surprized how much electricity ours used. Thanks for the gentle nudge to go shopping. It is big enough inside for pizza and a frozed turkey? Our refridgerator is a side by side that is why we have a freezer too.

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    Thank you so much for posting that! I am in the market for a new smaller upright freezer to go in my new butler's pantry that is coming with my new house. That will be PERFECT. I'm ordering it first thing in the morning! Bless you for sharing!

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    I have a Totino's pizza in it right now, but the shelves are fixed so I guess it would depend on the size of the turkey.

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    That's cute!!




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    Great looking freezer - great decision on your part!1

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    It's so cute.

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    Congrats.............enjoy it!

    Sure is cute.........(guess a freezer can be 'cute')

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    ~I love that! And I love that you made $1 on the exchange. Does it fit under a counter?~

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    No - it's just right at 48" tall, and it's on wheels

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    I'm shopping for one of these too...in order to replace the huge 1970's one we have. It has to be energy efficent camed to what we have currently.

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    Congrats...very cute. Enjoy it.

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    very cute indeed congrats great deal.

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    very cute...enjoy!

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