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Thomson 7.5 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator $189.98 @ Sam's YMMV

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https://www.samsclub.com/p/7-2-re...od22044612

Regular price: $229.98 - $40 instant savings = $189.98 (plus applicable sales tax) in store.

This is a "true freezer" mini fridge, similar in specs and capacity to the Galanz 7.6 cu. ft. fridge that Home Depot is presently selling for $320.09.

Yeah, these type of fridges have been cheaper, but Covid-19 food hoarding has made deals on fridges few and far between. OOS for shipping, so expect a typical brick and mortar YMMV goose chase (check local stock on Samsclub.com and cross your fingers that it actually exists when you get to the store).
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Not just the food hoarders need but people who ended up with extended family living with them or college kids now at home...
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Just got a sodastream. Wondering if I should get this just to keep water cold for carbonation. 🤔
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homson 7.5 cu. ft. Top-Freezer Refrigerator $189.98 @ Sam's YMMV
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Quote from sirDavid :
Just got a sodastream. Wondering if I should get this just to keep water cold for carbonation. 🤔
I use a water dispenser with my soda stream. Gives enough cold water at a time to fill the big jug. Plus hot water for soups etc
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total garbage, i've had two and a neighbor bought one, none of them lasted more than 14 months and none would get colder than 42-44 on the bottom even on max setting. FDA says dairy products should be kept 35-39 degrees. if space is an issue, pay more and get a G.E. !
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I use a water dispenser with my soda stream. Gives enough cold water at a time to fill the big jug. Plus hot water for soups etc
Good idea. Do u use 5 gal jugs or tap water + filter?
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total garbage, i've had two and a neighbor bought one, none of them lasted more than 14 months and none would get colder than 42-44 on the bottom even on max setting. FDA says dairy products should be kept 35-39 degrees. if space is an issue, pay more and get a G.E. !
I have noticed that being an issue with newer models. They're actually more energy efficient not because of better technology but because they do not get as cold as older models.
I used to have an older model (10+years) that if set up to max. The top refrigerator self would actually freeze items.
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Took me two months to track down a 7 cubic stand up freezer (Best Buy ).
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total garbage, i've had two and a neighbor bought one, none of them lasted more than 14 months and none would get colder than 42-44 on the bottom even on max setting. FDA says dairy products should be kept 35-39 degrees. if space is an issue, pay more and get a G.E. !
I agree. It'll also freeze everything at the back on the top and middle shelves. And, it's a good possibility it'll arrive dented with broken shelves. Stay away if you're smart and don't want to waste $$$.
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I have found this refrigerator to be
Quote from ParishM :
total garbage, i've had two and a neighbor bought one, none of them lasted more than 14 months and none would get colder than 42-44 on the bottom even on max setting. FDA says dairy products should be kept 35-39 degrees. if space is an issue, pay more and get a G.E. !
Maybe you got a dud. I have this refrigerator in a room with no air conditioning in the Texas heat (100°+) and I actually had to turn the temperature control down because it was freezing my beer!
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This seems like an incredible deal, as most other 7.5 ish cubit foot fridge/freezers are $300+! In fact, this one on Ebay right now is going for over $500 including shipping on EBAY https://www.ebay.com/p/6027494271 !

I drove amost 100 miles today and got one. I guess time will tell.
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what does this cost a month to run about 7 bucks?

looks like it uses 80 watts?
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