If you're in the market for the ideal freezer for your condo, apartment, trailer, or cottage etc, your search can stop here with this superb upright model from Danby. This compact unit can provide you with 4.2 cubic feet (120 litres) of cooling and storage area without taking up too much room. Your electricity bills will also be kept in check with this efficient appliance as it comes with the prestigious Energy Star rating. There's an abundance of interior room and organizing is made easy with the three convenient door shelves and additional pair of quick-freeze shelves. The freezer operates non-stop due to the handy manual-defrost system and the easy-to-use mechanical thermostat. The door, which features an integrated handle, can be quickly and easily adjusted for either left or right-handed opening. This model comes in a classy fresh white finish and boasts a scratch-resistant worktop for storing extra accessories. You'll also find this refined freezer comes with an 18-month warranty on parts and labour with speedy in-home service.
- 4.2 cu. ft (120 litre) capacity upright freezer
- Energy Star® rated
- 2 quick freeze shelves and 3 door shelves
- Manual defrost
- Easy-to-use mechanical thermostat
- Scratch resistant worktop is perfect for storing extra accessories
- Reversible door hinge for left or right hand opening
- Features a fresh white finish with integrated door handle
- 4.2 Litres
- 4.2 cu. ft.
- 120.1 Liters
Energy Star Rated:
4.2 (cu. ft.)
4.2 (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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