Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jeffrey Vacuum does not work.
This vice is sold as a vacuum vice. The device will not hold for long no matter what type of surface it is applied to.
April 30, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chinook07 A 2-Door Fridge/Freezer with Plenty of Room
Lots of space plus the added benefit of a separate freezer compartment that not only adds more room, but cuts down the frequency of defrosting over 1-door models.
The refrigerator has 3 shelves (2 sliding, plus the top of the vegetable cooler) with 6 adjusting levels. The door hosts a dedicated area for 6 soda/beer cans, another area for a few taller jars, and the bottom area that will hold half-gallon milk containers or 2 liter bottles.
The freezer door has a shelf for TV dinners, frozen juice cans, or perhaps a box of popsicles. The compartment has a removable rack that separates the area in half.
The compressor motor has a soft hum that is hardly noticeable when it operates. The fridge and freezer share one temperature control that goes from 0-7. and is located on the right upper side of the fridge compartment. I have mine set at '5'. This maintains my fridge at 40 deg. F, and my freezer at 0 deg. F.
My unit stands 43 1/2 in. tall (just over 3 and a half feet) by 19 in. wide and 20 in. deep as outside measurements. It has adjustable legs to level it. The door handles are recessed and it is recommended that you leave 5 inches clear on each side for proper ventilation. This should give you an approximate idea for your space requirements.
The doors are simulated stainless steel finish and come covered in a protective plastic film that is removable. The sides are also covered in plastic that appears to be more finish than protective covering. I do have a couple of small bubbles in this 'finish' which is the only negative I can find if this is not a protective shipping covering. But even so, it is negligible.
I also purchased the 2 year extended warranty for $20 more to give me a total of 3 years, just in case. I believe after reading others' reviews, that most problems were caused by customers not reading the instruction manual. Two important things to note: if the fridge is transported laying down on its side, it has to be set upright and unplugged for a few hours to allow the refrigerant to re-settle. Secondly, follow the instructions when operating the fridge for the first time. This should save a lot of complaints.
Also, this does have an inside light for the fridge, but not the freezer.
Overall, I'll give this a rating of two thumbs up. Hope this helps.
December 14, 2013