According to the National Association of Home Builders, your purchase of a freezer today is an investment that you'll live with for twelve or more years. In addition to the purchase price, careful consideration should be given to style, safety, convenience, economy and warranty.
Consider the product and its location in your home. Will an upright or chest freezer work better for you? Frigidaire freezers look smart enough to fit in your kitchen but they're durable enough for your basement or garage.
All upright models have a Door Closer feature, Magnetic Door Gaskets for an air-tight seal, a Power-On Light and a Temperature Alarm System which sounds if the interior temperature rises to an unsafe level.
All Frigidaire upright freezers have loads of shelf and bin storage to keep foods within sight and within reach. Many models are frost free for the ultimate in convenience.
What you pay for a freezer is one thing. How the freezer pays for itself is another. Not only are Frigidaire freezers affordable but they are economical to operate as well. For instance, a 14 cu. ft. Frigidaire upright freezer annually consumes less than half the energy needed to light a 100 watt bulb for the same period of time.
Frigidaire upright and chest freezers offer "out-of-the-white-box" thinking with innovative storage solutions like StorMor™ slide-out baskets and lift-out door bins, and glass shelves. Performance features like reduced temperature compressors, a temperature alarm, and lock with pop-out key provide food storage that is as thoughtful as it is secure.
Source - Frigidaire.com