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Igloo 1.7 cu ft Refrigerator

by Igloo

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  • Small/Dorm Refrigerator, 1.7 cu. ft, exterior dimensions 20.25"Lx17.125"Wx20"D
  • full range temperature control, freezer compartment with ice tray, CFC-free refrigerant, UL Listed, 115 VAC,
  • 60Hz
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Technical Details
Brand NameIgloo
Item Weight31.5 pounds
Product Dimensions22 x 22 x 22 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB0007YU51I
Best Sellers Rank #14,053 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight40 pounds
Date First AvailableMarch 8, 2005
  
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Product Description

Small/Dorm Refrigerator, 1.7 cu. ft, exterior dimensions 20.25"Lx17.125"Wx20"D ,full range temperature control, freezer compartment with ice tray, CFC-free refrigerant UL Listed, 115 VAC, 60Hz

Customer Reviews

A 50F soda is cool but not cold.
Amazon Customer
I've read about claims of 40 degrees Fahrenheit below room temperature, but that is only possible if the cooler is opened only once every 24 hours or so.
Fred K. Garvey
The Chefmate 1.7 cubic foot refrigerator is an absolute POS!
Sparty1963

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Erik on June 4, 2011
I picked up one of these about 2 weeks ago. The unit was used, but it looks like it was hardly used.

First off, It is NOT A FRIDGE. It is a Cooler. The unit uses thermoelectric cooling. That means, instead of needing a lot of power to operate a conventional Cooling system with compressor, fan condensor, and evaporator, it uses a small computer sized fan, and a small chip.

The result is more interior space vs. a conventional unit, and get this... 65W power usage. Thats all.

Its not as good as a real fridge, but it will cool items inside (beer) 20-30 degrees below room temp. so if your house it 75, its going to give you a beer at 45.

The unit is very very quiet, and holds over a case of beer. I have mine right next to my couch, and I can't hear it run unless I really listin for it.

If you know what your needs are and a drink cooler is it, then I say save the watts and get this instead.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Caesar DP on August 11, 2007
I keep this refrigerator in my back hall. It's purpose was to hold a few bottles of water so I wouldn't have to go into the kitchen with shoes that were dirty from doing yardwork. What a waste of money! The water is barely cooler than room temperature.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By X. Wen on August 27, 2007
It's not cold at all. A bag of ice put in a plastic box is colder than this unit. Don't buy it!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Gift For You on September 12, 2008
Does not work well at all. Goes from being room temperture to somewhat cold sporadically.

Very poor buy
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T. Blikre on April 27, 2009
As others have noted, this is a thermoelectric cooler so really doesn't get that cold. However- it DOES get cold enough for form ice on the cooling unit. If your fan is noisy, it may be due to it striking the ice. If you remove the plastic shield over the fan (four screws) you can see it. It is actually a large PC case fan! You can see ice buildup. Just defrost by turning it off, put a towel in the bottom to collect the water. You'll get some performance back, but it will still be lame, just less lame.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Emily Leach on January 3, 2013
I bought this "cooler" several years ago. I was disappointed from the beginning. The unit is called a "Compact Refrigerated Cooler." As a consumer, it looked like a refrigerator and had the word "refrigerated" on the box, therefore, I assumed it was meant to perform like a REAL refrigerator. DON'T BE FOOLED! The compressorless technology appears to be appealing, but this unit will only cool items to 20-25 degrees below ambient temp. The manual does state this. Again, without this statement on the front of the box for the consumer to read, one is to assume it will make your drinks cold, not cool.
After about 2 1/2 years of keeping my items barely cool in my office, the unit started humming. It was the cooling fan on the inside of the back wall. I could bump the unit and make the noise stop, but it got progressively worse. Sometimes it was quiet and other times it started to get noisy on its own. I had some co-workers complain that it was making noise. I hated even attempting to open the door on this thing in fear that it would start humming again. It went from a bump of the unit to literally socking it with my fist or kicking it to get it to stop. Sometimes that did not work. A replacement fan is $30. Not worth the time and money to repair it. At about 3 years, the unit stopped working. I think it was the power board on the back panel that went bad. Now this is definitely not worth the repair. I am piecing this bastard out on eBay to recoup my money. For those people that rated this "unit" more than 2 or 3 stars, they must have low standards.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Doe on June 30, 2008
If this fridge kept things COLD I would have liked it...but then again that is pretty much all I am looking for in a mini-fridge...therefore not a good fridge at all. I bought it for like 70 bucks and had to sell it for 20 because it sucked. At least I got something back right? :)
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I have to qualify my review by acknowledging that I'm not sure this is the specific product that I purchased and set up, though I believe it is. I would speculate that, at worst, it's a very similar model; it's definitely manufactured by Chefmate (i.e. Haier), the same company that manufactured the unit I bought. I purchased this ChefMate compact refrigerator, in black in my case, from a Target store in northern N.J.; it sported the logo "ChefMate" in a plastic oval on the upper right portion of the 'frig door. The unit was actually manufactured by Haier.

To make a long story short, this unit came out of the box in perfect condition (though I selected a perfect box at my local Target store here in N.J.), and seemed to work perfectly--it was unexpectedly very quiet, for which I was extremely thankful since it was to go in my very small bedroom studio where anything other than whisper quiet would have been a problem; also, the door closed cleanly and perfectly, and the body of the unit was perfect, no dents or scratches.

Product utopia, right? Wrong. This little black box turned out to be a toxic outgassing nightmare; there was odor coming from its interior plastic that was as noxious as it was impossible to kill. Let me be clear: this chemical odor was strong, strange, and intolerable. In fact, after cleaning the entire interior of the unit with warm water and baking soda, as instructed by Haier, and waiting perhaps 36 or 48 hours, it became clear that this odor had a life of its own and was not to die. So, back the unit went. At the end, just before removing it from my room, I was actually getting a little frantic--I had to get that thing out of there before the smell made me unconscious.
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