A compact refrigerator is ideal for smaller areas such as student dormitories, wet bars, apartments and condos and there's none better than this stunning model by Danby. This stylish countertop unit serves up 1.8 cubic feet (51 litres) of refrigeration space and features a handy second-generation CanStor beverage dispenser. In addition, there's plenty of room for tall bottles and the smart scratch-resistant work top is excellent for storing accessories. Your electricity bills will be kept in check since this unit is Energy-Star compliant and the automatic-defrost system keeps it running like a charm. This model also comes with a mechanical thermostat as well as 1.5 strong wire shelves which allow for maximum storage space. The convenient reversible door swing makes this the ideal fridge for both left and right-handed users and it features an integrated door handle and smooth back design. What makes this appliance even more attractive is the 18-month warranty on all parts and labour.
- Compact counter-top all fridge
- 1.8 cu. ft. capacity
- Energy Star® compliant
- Mechanical thermostat
- Automatic defrost system
- Second generation Canstor® beverage dispensing system
- 1.5 wire shelves for maximum storage versatility
- Tall bottle storage - great for large soda bottles
- Reversible door swing for convenient left or right hand opening
- Integrated door handle
- Scratch resistant work top is a great place to store accessories
- Smooth back design
- 1.8 Litres
- 1.8 cu. ft.
- 49 Liters
Energy Star Rated:
1.8 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
1.8 (cu. ft.)
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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