Rated 4.7 out of 5Â by 7
Rated 5 out of 5Â by OllieFinn Best quality at the best price..................................................................................
Works Great. when I am on a job site and I can have cold bottle of water.
August 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by homer FIt our pre-existing space very nicely
Have found no reason to complain about anything....
August 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by irlmike All good
Plug in turn on... let cool down add beer.........
July 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by stan good choich
I've had this product for three weeks now. I have it sitting on the back room (sunroom) The unit works great. I keep all of my medicine like insolin. And I keep some soadas in it too
May 6, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by selg Works fine..with limitations
We have had one of these for about 2.5 years, and have used it as our main fridge while renovating. It is small, but one gets used to it. We live in NYC, where we can shop every day, so we adjusted our food-buying habits, shopping every day or so, instead of "stocking up." Shopping for food once a day or so has its charms--you really think about meal planning much more carefully.
A couple of things that make this fridge work better: Take out one or more of the shelves to make the space work for you. Lose the plastic drawer at the bottom--it is useless.
Learn to package your food in units that will fit the tiny fridge. Zip-loc bags are great, as are smaller food containers that allow you to distribute, say a gallon of homemade soup, in the spaces available in this fridge.
Know that the bottom of the freezer works fine, but not the upper half. Know that items on the top of the upper shelf, next to the freezer, will freeze. Not a feature, but a bug one must work around. Ice cubes are OK, but don't expect to keep much else frozen for more than a day or so.
Defrosting the freezer is a pain, something I remember my Mother doing as a child, and in my mostly frost-free life, I had never done before acquiring this fridge. To defrost: Empty, unplug and turn off the fridge and take it to a leak-proof area. Turn a fan on it, and be there, with a dishpan, to collect the water and melted ice. Not fun, but necessary. Wipe it out when finished, and return it to service. It takes several hours to get back to the right temperature.
This fridge is scheduled to move to our son's room when we are finished renovating. It should work fine there, but he will have to take over the de-frosting job.
Would I buy this again? Yes. I do not think there is another small fridge out there in this price range that would perform any better.
Our electric bills have gone down a lot since we have been living with a small fridge. I'd like a big one back again, but am not in any rush.
December 24, 2012