When you require a counter-high refrigerator that offers a large storage area in a compact space, you need to look further than Danby Designer's model. This mini fridge provides 4.4 cubic feet (125 L) of refrigeration capacity and is ideal for workshops, dens, rec rooms, lunchrooms, etc. It's outfitted with a convenient CanStor beverage dispenser for your favorite drinks and has enough space for tall bottles. The 2.5 shelf design offers maximum storage versatility, and the appliance is controlled by an accurate mechanical thermostat and a simple semi-automatic defrosting system. If you need to freeze certain types of foods or are simply looking for a place to make and store ice cubes, this appliance meets the requirements as it also features a full-width independent freezer section. Since this attractive model is also ENERGY STAR rated, it won't raise your power bills. This compact fridge can be found in white, black, and smudge-free spotless steel finishes, making it suitable for any style of existing dcor. In addition, it comes with an integrated door handle with a convenient reversible door hinge for both left and right-handed opening.
- 4.4 cu. ft. (125 L) capacity compact fridge
- ENERGY STAR compliant
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Semi-automatic defrost
- Full width freezer section
- 2 full-width and 1 - 1/2 width adjustable glass shelves
- Integrated door shelving with tall bottle storage
- CanStor beverage dispensing system
- Mechanical thermostat
- Integrated door handle
- Reversible door hinge
- Smooth back design
- 18 months parts and labor coverage
Energy Star Rated:
4.4 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
4.4 (cu. ft.)
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