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Best Buy has Insignia 5.0 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer (NS-CZ50WH6, White) on sale for $114.99. Select free store pickup to avoid delivery fees. Thanks wuzzy
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Cheapest price this year, beats their BF price by $10. Free PU in store.

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Seems like a solid deal, but does anyone have any idea how reliable these Insignia brand appliances are? Seems a little risky to get a Best Buy brand freezer rather than GE, etc. But maybe I'm wrong and they're all the same.
I wouldn't worry about the brand. It's a freezer, not cutting edge technology that hasn't been around for centuries. And Best Buy wouldn't let their flagship brand get a crappy reputation like that. Insignias are rebadges of a major manufacturer. I have a Haier brand mini fridge that I bought in like 1998 that still works great.
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Anyone use theirs for freezing game meat? Say I want to store elk meat, should I go for the 7.0 cubic foot model?
Get the bigger one if you can fit it in your garage. I got the smaller 5 cubic feet insignia two years ago and wished I had gone bigger. I store meat in mine and it hits capacity really fast. It hit capacity with game meat I got from a relative so I now cannot buy any freezer items at Costco or take part in storing any other deals I find. I mean I really did some Tetris style placement to get it all in there.
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Yeah always processed and sealed in individual bags.
Okay my calculations were a little off with the guess. Let's say each cubic foot has a max capacity of 40 pounds. So with the 5.0, you will have 200 pounds of meat. With the 7.0 you will have 280 lb of meat.

You can use that calculation as the basis of what you think you're going to get from your elk. Held might get you 250-300lb of meat. You can always deep freeze the majority what cause some of you going to be putting to use a lot quicker than storing up forever. My main goal with my meat is to get frozen solid before I fly back with it. Whatever I can't fly back with I'm just going to leave it and get it on another trip.
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Get the bigger one if you can fit it in your garage. I got the smaller 5 cubic feet insignia two years ago and wished I had gone bigger. I store meat in mine and it hits capacity really fast. It hit capacity with game meat I got from a relative so I now cannot buy any freezer items at Costco or take part in storing any other deals I find. I mean I really did some Tetris style placement to get it all in there.
Good advice
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$150 for delivery. That's gonna be a no from me dawg
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Okay my calculations were a little off with the guess. Let's say each cubic foot has a max capacity of 40 pounds. So with the 5.0, you will have 200 pounds of meat. With the 7.0 you will have 280 lb of meat.

You can use that calculation as the basis of what you think you're going to get from your elk. Held might get you 250-300lb of meat. You can always deep freeze the majority what cause some of you going to be putting to use a lot quicker than storing up forever. My main goal with my meat is to get frozen solid before I fly back with it. Whatever I can't fly back with I'm just going to leave it and get it on another trip.
Dang 280lbs is a lot haha. The cow I got last year had maybe 200lbs on her.
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costco's $149, bigger
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Bought identical size one at Costco for like $130 so this seems like an awesome deal.
Costco is 7 cuft
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How are u guys getting free delivery?
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Dang 280lbs is a lot haha. The cow I got last year had maybe 200lbs on her.
All estimates. I believe the 5.0 with hold a elk. But most definitely the 7.0 should handle it
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If only I could get my wife to agree to a keezer, this would be a great deal
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yep, just did via chat with BB. just fyi, I had to wait over 15 minutes. Seems like customer support is busy today.
I purchased on 11/16 and through chat got a $15 refund in 10 mins. Easy!
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Is the 7 cuft a good deal as well? From a quick look, looks like an average sale, nothing special.
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Anyone use theirs for freezing game meat? Say I want to store elk meat, should I go for the 7.0 cubic foot model?
Definitely 7
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We bought this last month from BB for more and I just got off chat and they price matched and refunded us the difference. We needed something for some overflow of larger items that take up too much space in kitchen and garage refrigerators freezer space. Works well so far and quiet running and got to temp pretty quick. We have ice cream, a few turkeys picked up on sale, deer meat and some pork shoulders for the smoker in there. If we didn't have the garage refrigerator with freezer space too, I probably would have opted for the bigger 7 cu ft. Too much space is a bit better at times then too little when needed.
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