If space is at a premium, this counter-high compact refrigerator by Danby Designer is ideal, as it can be adjusted to the same height as your rooms countertop. This popular 3.2 cubic feet (91 L) model is perfect for lunchrooms, smaller kitchens, wet bars, and dormitories. This appliance also comes with a full-width freezer section for frozen foods. Maximum storage versatility is provided by a full-shelf, and half-shelf design and the unit is controlled by a smart mechanical thermostat and convenient semi-automatic defrosting system. Your favorite drinks can easily be accessed via Danbys patented CanStor beverage dispenser system, and theres plenty of room for larger soda bottles. In addition, you wont need to worry about sky-high electricity bills since this compact fridge is ENERGY STAR rated. Further, this model easily fits in with any existing dcor as it comes in classy black, white, and smudge-free spotless-steel finishes. This small refrigerator also features a clever, reversible door hinge that enables you to adjust it for a left or right-handed opening.
- 3.2 cu. ft. (91 L) capacity compact refrigerator
- ENERGY STAR rated
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Full-width freezer section
- Semi-automatic defrost
- 1 full-width and 1 - 1/2 width adjustable glass shelves
- Integrated door shelving with tall bottle storage
- CanStor beverage dispenser
- Mechanical thermostat
- Integrated door handle
- Reversible door hinge
- Smooth back design
- 18 months parts and labor coverage
Energy Star Rated:
3.2 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
3.2 (cu. ft.)
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