People like gadgets, needed or not. When I open a door or use the ice
dispenser it shows on a display the temperature of the freezer and
refrigerated sections. I can also independently change the temperature
of the drawer.
All sorts of nifty things but no butter compartment.
Does not have to be heated, just not as cold as the rest of the fridge.
Last two were like that. Last *heated* butter compartment was in a
Frigidaire we bought in 1966. Had a multiple position dial. It was
still a GM company back then.
I've not encountered a "non-heated" butter compartment that was
sufficiently warmer than the rest of the refrigerator to make
a difference. Doors are well insulated, now, so virtually any
place inside the "refrigerated section" is "cold".
I've taken to removing butter from the refrigerator well in
advance of needing it. Especially if baking (as "firm" butter
doesn't mix well with other ingredients).
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