You don't have to install a full-size refrigerator to enjoy a large storage capacity. This compact counter-high fridge from Danby is the perfect example as it features 4.4 cubic feet (124.6 litres) of cooling space. The environmentally-friendly Energy-Star rating means it uses minimal power to keep your electricity bills down. This stylish unit is controlled by an accurate mechanical thermostat. Grabbing your favourite drinks is simple with the convenient CanStor beverage dispensing system and the 2.5 slide-out wire shelves can be adjusted and removed for maximum storage space. There are also 2.5 door shelves in the elegant appliance as well as an integrated door handle and a reversible door swing which makes it ideal for right or left-hand opening, based on your preference and needs. The spotless steel finish is smudge-free and is perfect for all styles of decors. This compact refrigerator is the perfect solution for apartments, condos, student dorms and wet bars etc. It also comes with an 18-month warranty on parts and labour with in-home service.
- Large capacity compact all fridge
- 4.4 cu. ft capacity
- Energy Star® rated
- Mechanical thermostat
- Cycle defrost
- CanStor® beverage dispensing system
- 2.5 slide out wire shelves for maximum storage versatility
- 2.5 door shelves
- Reversible door swing for convenient left or right hand opening
- Integrated door handle
- Interior light
- 4.4 Litres
- 4.4 cu. ft.
- 125.4 Liters
Energy Star Rated:
4.4 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
4.4 (cu. ft.)
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