This modern and compact 4.1 cu. ft. bottom-mount mini fridge offers 3.07 cubic feet (87 L) of refrigeration space. It boasts a 1.06 cubic feet (30 L) bottom mount freezer section, making it the perfect fit for smaller kitchens, wet bars, and your new home office! There's plenty of room for your lunch and snacks on the two full-width glass shelves in the mini fridge, and one shelf in the freezer. The bottom-mounted freezer section allows for more accessible space in the refrigerator while making it easier to find and grab your most used items. This fridge silencer technology operates at a quiet 37-decibel noise rating - perfect for a quiet study room. The reversible door hinge allows you to choose to have the door open left or right-handed, making it easy to place in any room. The integrated door shelving comes with tall bottle storage, and the silencer technology makes it a perfect companion for long days in the home office. This model is also ENERGY STAR compliant and uses environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant.
- 3.07 cu. ft. (87 L) capacity compact refrigerator
- 1.06 cu. ft. (30 L) independent freezer section
- Silencer Technology for quiet operation (37dB noise level)
- ENERGY STAR compliant
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Manual defrost system
- 2 full width glass shelves inside refrigerator
- 1 freezer shelf
- Integrated door shelving with tall bottle storage
- Interior LED light
- Mechanical thermostat
- Integrated door handle
- Reversible door hinge
- Smooth back design
- 12 months parts and labor coverage
Energy Star Rated:
4.1 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
3.07 (cu. ft.)
1.06 (cu. ft.)
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