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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.
Inside, you'll find 20.5 cubic feet of storage space, 15.4 of which are allocated to the fridge.
You'll dial the temperature up or down using a simple slider with three presets: "cold," "recommended" and "coldest."
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.
Some are typical drawers and classics, like this butter bin.
Others, like this can dispenser, are more uncommon.
Inside the fridge, the two central shelves each have spillproof rims, and slide out to offer easier access to items in the back.
There's also a drawer at the top that runs the width of the fridge.
Another drawer in the center of the fridge is intended for meats and cheeses.
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.
In our performance tests, each section in the FGHI2164QF's fridge ran at least a few degrees warm.
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.
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.