Having separate fridge and freezer in one units is definitely the way to go these days. This dual-door compact refrigerator by Danby offers just the convenience you need and so much more. This model offers 3.2 cu. ft. (90 L) as well as 0.91 cu. ft. (28.8 L) of freezer space. 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 a manual defrosting system. It comes with a reversible-door to allows you to adjust it for either left or right-handed opening. Inside the appliance you'll find a bright interior light, 1 full width and 1 half width glass shelves, integrated door shelving with tall bottle storage as well as the CanStor beverage dispenser. This highly-efficient appliance also features an 12-month warranty on parts and labor
- 3.2 cu. ft. (90L) capacity compact refrigerator
- 0.91 cu. ft. (28.8L) independent freezer section
- Energy Star compliant
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Manual defrost system
- 1 full width and 1 half width glass shelves in fridge
- Integrated door shelving with tall bottle storage
- CanStor beverage dispenser
- Interior light
- Mechanical thermostat
- Integrated door handle and reversible door hinge
- Smooth back design
- 3.2 Total Capacity (cu.ft)
- 0.91 Freezer Capacity (cu.ft.)
- 2.29 Refrigerator Capacity (cu.ft.)
Energy Star Rated:
4.11 (cu. ft.)
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