Having separate fridge and freezer units is definitely the way to go these days. You get that convenient combination and much more with this splendid dual-door compact refrigerator by Danby. This model offers 3.2 cu. ft. (90 L) of cooling and freezing capacity and is Energy-Star compliant to help keep electricity costs as low as possible. The popular appliance is a perfect match for apartments, rec-rooms, bars, cottages and offices. It has a high-tech mechanical thermostat to make sure your foods are always stored at the correct temperature and has a handy cycle defrosting system. It comes with an intelligent reversible-door feature which allows you to adjust it for either left or right-handed opening. Inside the appliance youll find a bright interior light as well as a see-through vegetable crisper with glass cover and plenty of space for tall bottles. The integrated door handle adds another touch of class. This highly-efficient appliance also features a 12 month warranty on parts and labor.
- 3.2 cu.ft. (90 litres) total capacity refrigerator
- 0.91 cu.ft. (28.8L) Independent freezer section
- Energy Star compliant
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Cycle defrost
- Integrated door shelving with tall bottle storage
- CanStor beverage dispensing system
- Vegetable crisper and cover
- Mechanical thermostat
- Interior light
- Reversible door hinge
- Integrated handle
- Smooth back design
Energy Star Rated:
3.2 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
2.29 (cu. ft.)
0.91 (cu. ft.)
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