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Old 07-30-2009, 08:18 PM   #1
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Default is a "deep Freeze" ok for a keezer???

May have found a good deal via my local craigs. Don't know the diff btwn a freezer and a "deep freeze"

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Old 07-30-2009, 08:20 PM   #2
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May have found a good deal via my local craigs. Don't know the diff btwn a freezer and a "deep freeze"

thanks in advance
Pick that sh!t up!! It's the same thing. Happy DIYing


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No difference. Just what some people call them.
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Deep freeze is Midwestern for chest freezer.
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Deep freeze is Midwestern for chest freezer.
And Canadian too!
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thanks all...i was thinking it was something that was designed to drop temperatures well below freezing. Gonna see if i can't pick this up
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And Canadian too!
And Montanan three!
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thanks all...i was thinking it was something that was designed to drop temperatures well below freezing. Gonna see if i can't pick this up
well, it is. deep freeze, chest freezer, upright freezer....they're all designed to run WELL below 32F/0C

gotta put a temp controller on it either way.


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