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Kiijo

Used freezer?

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I'm in the market for a used upright freezer, but I'm not sure what I should be looking for in a quality freezer.  I know I'm looking for something that's self defrosting, and I'd prefer something that is on the efficient side so that it does not spike my electricity bill.  I found a unit in my price range on Craigslist, and the manufacture date makes it a 13 year old freezer, but that's about all I know about it.  Here's the specifics, is it any good?  Thanks!!  

Rob

 

 

Sears Kenmore Upright Freezer

Manufactured  2-01

Model #253.20211002

Serial #WB10600913

 

 

 

 

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Frigidaire made...well past its prime in my opinion...you didn't say how much? No matter, chances are the food in it will be worth more than you paid so why chance it?

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They're asking $125.

 

Any general guidance for the age of a used unit that would have a reasonable expectation to preform for me?  Brands to look for?  Brands to avoid?  Thanks again!


I guess I should mention my budget.  I'd like to stay under $250, but I'd be willing to go over that if I find something of high quality.  

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topic moved to Used Appliance Emporium ========>

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In my opinion you would be better off purchasing a brand new chest freezer, at least you will be getting a warranty with it.

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