Having a separate fridge and freezer is certainly a handy component for an appliance. With this black stainless steel dual-door compact refrigerator by Danby you get that convenient combination and so much more. This model offers 4.7 cu. ft. (133 L) of cooling and freezing capacity in an Energy-Star compliant component to help keep electricity costs as low as possible. This 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. It includes a reversible-door feature to adjust for either left or right-handed opening. Inside the appliance youll find a bright interior light as well as a see-through crisper with a glass cover, integrated door shelving for tall bottles, 2 full width glass shelves as well as 1 wire shelf in the freezer. This appliance includes a 12 month in-home service warranty on parts and labor.
- 4.7 cu. ft. (133 L) Capacity 2 Door Compact Refrigerator
- ENERGY STAR complaint, energy-efficient to help you save money without sacrificing performance
- Eye-catching Black Stainless Steel look
- Separate freezer section (1.5 cu ft.)
- 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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