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Frigidaire Gallery FGHI2164QF

With a classic-looking build made of smudge-resistant stainless steel, the Frigidaire Gallery FGHI2164QF looks the part of an attractive top-freezer upgrade. Click through to give it a closer look.

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Open wide

Inside, you'll find 20.5 cubic feet of storage space, 15.4 of which are allocated to the fridge.

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Climate control

You'll dial the temperature up or down using a simple slider with three presets: "cold," "recommended" and "coldest."

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Custom-Flex door

The marquee feature inside the fridge is the "Custom-Flex" door. It's a modular design with a variety of accessories you can swap in and out, or move from left to right.

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Butter bin

Some are typical drawers and classics, like this butter bin.

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Can dispenser

Others, like this can dispenser, are more uncommon.

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Sliding spill-proof shelves

Inside the fridge, the two central shelves each have spillproof rims, and slide out to offer easier access to items in the back.

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Fridge drawer

There's also a drawer at the top that runs the width of the fridge.

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Another drawer

Another drawer in the center of the fridge is intended for meats and cheeses.

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Bins at the bottom

Down at the bottom, you'll find two crisper bins for fruits and vegetables. Each one has a slider that lets you adjust the humidity level inside.

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A warm performer

In our performance tests, each section in the FGHI2164QF's fridge ran at least a few degrees warm.

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Up above 40

At the default setting, you can see that none of the 10 regions we tested ever made it down below 40 degrees for more than a minute or so. The test covers 72 hours.

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Price point

The FGHI2164QF retails for $1,300, which is relatively high for a top freezer. Read our full review to see whether or not we think it merits a splurge.

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