A compact refrigerator is ideal for smaller living quarters, wet bars, cottages, and student dormitories. They're perfect for keeping your favorite foods and drinks cool and refreshing and this model by Danby Designer can serve up 1.6 cubic feet (45 L) of cooling area and boasts a full-width freezer compartment for ice cubes and frozen foods. It features a built-in CanStor beverage dispenser and has plenty of room for two-liter bottles. The sleek unit comes ENERGY STAR rated, which will help keep your power bills to a minimum. It provides an integrated door handle and an easy-to-use semi-automatic defrosting system. The sophisticated mechanical thermostat is designed for accuracy, and its appearance allows it to easily fit in with any dcor.
- 1.6 cu. ft. (45 L) capacity compact fridge
- ENERGY STAR compliant
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Spotless steel finish - looks identical to real stainless steel but without the smudging
- Semi-automatic defrost
- Full-width freezer section
- 1 - 1/2 width removable wire shelf for maximum storage versatility
- Tall bottle storage - great for large soda bottles
- CanStor beverage dispensing system
- Mechanical thermostat
- Integrated door handle
- Reversible door hinge
- 18 months parts and labor coverage
Energy Star Rated:
1.6 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
1.6 (cu. ft.)
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