Maytag MBF2258XE 21.9 cu. ft. Bottom-Freezer Refrigerator with 5 Adjustable Spill-Catcher Glass Shel

Not Available

Product Details

Description:

Maytag MBF2258XE Fit plenty of food storage in a small space with this 22 cu. ft. EcoConserve bottom-freezer refrigerator that fits in a 33-inch opening. This refrigerator uses less energy than a 60-watt bulb running continuously for one year, and it's 30 percent more efficient than minimum federal energy standards require. Spill-Catcher glass shelves help make cleanup a breeze and a half-width deli drawer adjusts to accomodate tall items on the shelves. And when you need something frozen, just open the glide-out bottom freezer drawer with SmoothClose tracks. Features: -Refrigerator. -Exceeding federal energy standards by 30%, these extra-efficient refrigerators are rated Tier 3 by the Consortium for energy efficiency (ECC) and help to save even more money on utility bills. -Save money on your monthly utility bills-refrigerators with the energy star emblem exceed energy efficiency standards set forth by the department of energy. -This 22 cu. ft. refrigerator is the perfect size to fit in smaller kitchens. -Find the space you need for gallons of milk and juice-These strong door bins are removable and adjustable for flexible loading and quick cleaning. -Easily store and access frozen food-This dependable drawer opens and closes effortlessly, holding up to 120 lbs of frozen food. -Allows you to make and store ice in the freezer without the additional cost and labor of installing an icemaker kit. -These white baskets provide two levels of durable, spacious storage for all of y...


Quick Glance

Freezer Location: bottom


Summary

Product Title: Maytag MBF2258XE 21.9 cu. ft. Bottom-Freezer Refrigerator with 5 Adjustable Spill-Catcher Glass Shel

Manufacturer: Maytag

Power Score: 3.8 | 1 Review


See All Product Specs

More Images

Product Reviews (1)

Maytag MBF2258XE

Eco-rate gives the Maytag MBF2258XE 3.5 stars based on its energy efficiency (30% above Federal Standard); lifecycle energy cost ($555); current purchase price; and other environmental and economic considerations...
Read Full Review

By ecorate.com - Feb 1, 2011

See All Reviews