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Summit FFBF24
9.85 cu. ft. Counter-Depth Bottom-Freezer Refrigerator with Adjustable Glass Shelves, Wine Shelf, Quick Freezer Compartment, Frost Free and Interior Light

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SUMMIT Appliance has been a leader in specialty refrigeration and major appliances since 1969. They serve a number of market segments in household, commercial, medical, scientific and professional refrigerators, freezers, ranges and other unique appliances.

SUMMIT FFBF24 is a frost free bottom freezer under 23 inches deep. This model is fully featured with adjustable thermostat, adjustable glass shelves, interior light, and adjustable door shelves. The bottom features two removable drawer compartments, interior fan and quick freeze compartment. The FFBF24 is energy star rated.
Energy Info
This refrigerator uses 380 kWh/yr and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $42.14.

Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating costs is based on a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh. For more information, visit
Capacity: 9.85 cu. ft.
Body Color: Silver or White
Door Color: Stainless Steel or White
Door Swing: Reversible
Defrost Type: Frost-Free
Adjustable Thermostat: Yes
Interior Light: Yes
Adjustable Glass Shelves: Yes
Transparent Crisper Drawers: Yes
Door Storage for Large Bottles: Yes
Adjustable Door Shelves: Yes
Wine Shelf: Yes
Ice Trays: Yes
Quick Freezer Compartment: Yes
Freezer Drawers: Removable
Interior Freezer Fan: Yes
Drop Down Top Freezer Compartment: Yes
U.L. Approved: Yes
Energy Star Rated: Yes
3-Prong Power Cord: Yes
Dimensions and Weights
Width: 24"
Depth: 24 1/2"
Height: 73"
Shipping Weight: 150 Lbs.
  • Bottom Freezer
  • Frost Free
  • Ice Trays
  • Quick Freezer Compartment
  • Wine Shelf
  • Door Storage for Large Bottles
  • Removable Freezer Drawers
  • Energy Star Rated
  • Interior Freezer Fan
  • Interior Light
  • Transparent Crisper Drawers
  • Adjustable Glass Shelves
  • Adjustable Thermostat
  • U.L. Approved
  • 3 Prong Power Cord
  • Adjustable Door Shelves
  • Drop Down Top Freezer Compartment
  • Ice Maker
Product Reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Should match standard size groceries The main reason I bought the Summit was to have a bottom freezer and gain more floor space in our small kitchen. That I got. I am delighted with a more open kitchen now that our former behemoth refrigerator has been hauled away. BUT the Summit falls short on some level. In the best of all possible worlds, the Summit would have: Bottom shelf that would accommodate 2 liter bottles. Those are very common these days and there is no place to put them. The door is too tight a squeeze so I have to lay them on their sides on a shelf. Just 1/8 of an inch in door tray width or of the height of the shelf spacing would have been enough to fit those bottles. That would be far more useful than a wine rack--but that's just me. Support system for the drawers. Both crisper and freezer drawers go a bit haywire when you pull them out. You have to carefully guide them with two hands. Not always convenient and should not be necessary if the frig. had been better engineered. The ice drawer would be sturdier. We have only had this model about a month and already the ice drawer is beginning to bow. If it bows any more, it will soon impede the opening of the top portion of the freezer that is a door that pulls down from the top and will be blocked by the lip of the drooping freezer tray. I am unhappy about that development. In general, the plastic drawers/doors seem to be made of an inferior grade of plastic. I worry that it will break so I have been very careful with it . In the course of the day, we all have lots on our minds. Certainly, treating your refrigerator with kids gloves lest the freezer door flip out onto the floor is not on anyone's priority list--nor should it be. I will say that the Summit is much quieter than our old refrigerator. That surprised me since I had read reviews complaining that the motor was loud. I bought it anyway since that was not so important to me. All the same,I am glad it turned out NOT to be loud. I do not like the plastic head piece with the Summit brand name on it that is snapped onto the very top-front of the refrigerator. It looks cheap.Bottom line: I did not want to pay more than about [$] for a mid-size refrigerator with a bottom freezer and a small footprint. The Summit met my requirements. If you need more than that, I would not recommend this product. 7/1/08
Rated 4 out of 5 Super pleased With an 8x8 kitchen that formerly housed a big fat stupid fridge, this was the ticket. The footprint gives me so much more room. I have owned the Subzero 700 series all fridge and honestly for the Summit at what, a third of the price? , I'm thinking this is one sweet deal. The design is great, the shelving is substantial and actually it is quieter than the Subzero. Yes, it won't handle a liter bottle of soda, or a gallon of milk, but if you do most of your shopping at markets like Whole Foods instead of Costco, this unit will more than fit your bill. 6/9/12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fits plenty of stuff! I have put 8 of these in condos in 2011 (DC) and 2013 (Hoboken). When I purchased them I had read that the space was enough for a family of 4. I agree. We use the top wine rack for large wine bottles, Orangina, Pellegrino. The bottom shelves we use for veggies and for cheeses and they fit enough for 3 of us + sometimes visitors. And in between the 2 free standing shelves there is space for a carton of Coconut milk (8" tall maybe). The door shelves can be accomdated so that on the bottom we can have 1/2G milk + large lemondade + other 2 bottles standing. Top of door there are two containers that we use for butter + cream cheese. The bottom freezer drawer is almost useless and difficult to take out, but the other 2 are large enough so that it's not a big deal. I freeze a lot of stuff. We purchased smaller silicone ice trays to better use the space on top, which I think is a clever use of space. My huband and son would like an ice maker and you can get that option but the one without has a much cleaner look. 12/9/14
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  • Type : Freestanding
  • Style : Bottom Freezer
  • Size : Apartment
  • Door Style : One Door
  • French Door : No
  • Double Freezer Drawers : No
  • Counter-Depth : Yes
  • Glass Door : No
  • Hinge Side : Right
  • Reversible Doors : Yes
  • Door Finish : Smooth
  • Accepts Custom Panels : No


  • Total Capacity : 9.85 Cu. Ft.


  • Width : 24 Inch
  • Depth : 24 1/2 Inch
  • Height : 73 Inch

Refrigerator Features

  • Type of Shelves : Glass
  • Glass Shelves : Yes
  • Wire Shelves : No
  • Plastic Shelves : No
  • Stainless Steel Shelves : No
  • No. of Shelves : 4
  • Slide-out Shelves : Yes
  • Spill Safe Shelves : No
  • Cantilever Shelves : No
  • Split Shelves : No
  • No. of Door Bins : 4
  • Adjustable Door Bins : Yes
  • Gallon Door Storage : No

Freezer Features

  • Defrost : Automatic
  • Ice Dispenser : No
  • Quick Freeze : Yes
  • Type of Shelves : Wire
  • Glass Shelves : No
  • Wire Shelves : Yes
  • Plastic Shelves : No
  • Stainless Steel Shelves : No
  • No. of Shelves : 1

Technical Details

  • Energy Star Rated : Yes
  • Star-K Certified : No
  • ADA Compliant : No
  • Approved for Commercial Use : No
  • Approved for Medical Use : No
  • Approved for Outdoor Use : No
  • Amps : 15
  • Voltage : 115 Volts


  • Digital Temperature Control : No
  • Sabbath Mode : No
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