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Old 09-14-2006, 02:34 PM   #12
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Re: Chest freezer?

We have a chest one. They are more economial, cost less to buy and cost less to run AND if you lose your power it takes longer for them to become too warm...the retain the "freeze" better!

We bought the one we have now at Home Depot....they are not that expensive at all. I had an older one that belonged to my mother and it was not as economical as the newer ones they have now...that's why you see a lot of people getting rid of the older freezers. They use alot of electricity to keep stuff frozen....just something to keep in mind. Free is not always better in the long run! I gave away my older one for free!
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