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The Frigidaire FGTR1845QF is a $1,000 top freezer model that does a lot with a few simple features. Click through to see how it makes the most of the basics.

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The bright white interior nicely contrasts with the smudge-proof stainless exterior. Bright LEDs illuminate the 18.3 cubic feet of space.

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The curved handles look good and the stainless finish resists fingerprints well.

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The fridge takes up 14.2 cubic feet of the 18.3 cubic-foot total capacity. It keeps the number of dividers to a minimum, and ends up with plenty of room for tall items.

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We were surprised by how much food we could fit in the fridge. We managed to pack in a couple of large items like this extra-large pizza box in addition to a full load of groceries.

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When we jammed everything closer together, we could fit even more items, though this isn't the ideal way to fill your fridge.

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The plastic edges of the glass shelves held back a the spill form a poured glass of water, though not from a splashed one.

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Two drawers at the bottom give you a spot for veggies, meats and cheeses.

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There's a slider for each bottom drawer, letting you adjust the humidity.

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The fridge and freezer have their own temperature controls.

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The fridge's slider on the inner left panel gives you a couple of temperature options to pick from.

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The Frigidaire FGTR1845QF doesn't do a lot, but what it does, it does well, making it a solid, budget-friendly fridge.

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