There's no shortage of stainless steel French door refrigerators on the market today -- it is, after all, one of the trendiest designs money can buy. Frigidaire hopes you spend that money on this particular model -- click through to see what it has to offer.
We've found quite a few reports of ice maker failure with this model, though Frigidaire tells us that the build is regularly updated and improved. For what it's worth, we didn't have any difficulties in our tests.
Here's a heat map of the average temperature in each section of the fridge when set to 33 degrees for 72 hours. The inside of the fridge is a couple of degrees warmer than the target temperature, but fairly steady otherwise. That orange area in the upper right is the butter bin -- it's designed to be a little bit warmer.
Here's the minute-by-minute results from that same test. Temperatures in each of the fridge's three main regions fall a few degrees above the target of 33, but they stay fairly steady, and never come close to 40.
Next, let's look at the same test, but this time, with the fridge set to 37 degrees. Again, most of the numbers fall above the target temperature, and this time, we've got an average in the main fridge area that falls above 40 degrees.
Here's the minute-by-minute results from that 37-degree test. That orange line represents the average temperature on the top shelf, up by the ice maker. As you can see, it spends quite a bit of time up above 40 degrees -- 44 hours out of 72, or roughly 60 percent of the test.