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Frigidaire iQ Drive Air Conditioner is a Consumers Digest Best Buy

Frigidaire has been comforting homes for generations, and now consumers can experience another level of comfort with the brand – a Best Buy award from Consumers Digest magazine. The Frigidaire FS4BI iQ Drive air conditioner was awarded a Best Buy in the premium central air conditioners category, a prestigious honor from a third-party consumer advocacy magazine.

According to the article, the iQ Drive air conditioner received the Best Buy designation because of its industry-leading efficiency and sound levels. The iQ Drive is rated up to 24.5 SEER for efficiency and as low as 59 decibels for sound.

The Frigidaire iQ Drive air conditioner uses inverter-driven rotary technology, which is different from traditional air conditioners in that it is almost always running. The unit can modulate anywhere from 40 to 118 percent of capacity, instantly adjusting to offset the cooling demands on the home. Because the iQ Drive unit doesn’t cycle on and off like a traditional system, it saves a lot of energy and considerably reduces sound levels while providing exceptional humidity control.

For more information on the Frigidaire iQ Drive air conditioner – now a Consumers Digest Best Buy – dealers and distributors should visit or

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