Having a separate fridge and freezer is certainly a handy component for an appliance. With Danby's black stainless steel dual-door compact refrigerator, you get that convenient combination and so much more. This mini fridge offers 4.7 cubic feet (133 L) of cooling and freezing capacity. This model is ENERGY STAR compliant component to help keep electricity costs as low as possible. This popular appliance is great for apartments, rec-rooms, bars, cottages, and offices. The mechanical thermostat ensures your food is always stored at the correct temperature, and the freezer incorporates a manual defrosting system. In addition, it includes a reversible-door feature to adjust for either left or right-handed opening. Inside the appliance, you'll find a bright interior light and a see-through vegetable crisper with a glass cover, integrated door shelving for tall bottles, two full-width glass refrigerator shelves, and one wire shelf in the freezer.
- 4.7 cu. ft. (133L) capacity compact refrigerator
- Eye-catching Black Stainless Steel look
- Separate freezer section (1.5 cu ft.)
- ENERGY STAR Compliant
- One wire shelf in freezer
- Two full-width glass fridge shelves
- Vegetable crisper with glass cover
- Integrated door shelving with tall bottle storage
- Interior light
- Mechanical thermostat
- Manual defrost
- Reversible door hinge
- 12 months parts and labor coverage with in-home service
Energy Star Rated:
6.2 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
4.7 (cu. ft.)
1.5 (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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