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Koolatron KWC-4 Coca-Cola Personal 6-Can Mini Fridge

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  • 4-Liter mini fridge holds up to six 12-ounce cans of soda
  • Cools up to 32-degrees below ambient temperature
  • Self-locking recessed door handle
  • Vibrant red exterior with white Coca-Cola trademark
  • Measures 11 by 8 by 11-inch
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Technical Details
Brand NameKoolatron
Model InfoKWC-4
Item Weight4.7 pounds
Product Dimensions11 x 8 x 11 inches
Item model numberKWC-4
Part Number KWC4
ColorRed
Material Type Stainless Steel
  
Additional Information
ASINB000JLNBW4
Best Sellers Rank #1 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2003
  
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Product Description

Koolatron coca cola fridge is collector's favorite. It is great for offices, dorms, kitchen, living room, anywhere as you may like to carry. Koolatron coca cola fridge cools up to 32-degrees below ambient temperature. Koolatron coca cola fridge has 4-liter capacity, holds 6 (12-ounce) cans. Self-locking recessed door handle.The Koolatron Coca Cola Personal Fridge 110V AC power with an AC adapter. If on use the noise gets louder, must check for any debris or plastic part on the fan blades which may be the cause of the sound. Item is less than below 50dBA.

Customer Reviews

Keeps my cold drinks COLD!
Jiezoh
The fan noise is loud and constant.
Edward
Its a very cute mini fridge.
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291 of 312 people found the following review helpful By A. L. Trail on October 14, 2008
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I really like iced apple juice, but the ice was melting before I ever finished my drink. I was going through apple juice like crazy, but never really drinking much of it. I bought this personal fridge to cut down on wasting apple juice (don't like it all watered down from melted ice). It works so well, that I can fill a 12oz glass with juice, put in a few cubes of ice, and seven hours later, the ice has not melted. Think about it...seven hours! If I leave a glass of ice and juice out for 30 minutes, the ice has melted down to little bitty bits and the juice is too watery.

I used the "Mastercool MSC52224A Infrared Thermometer in Case with FREE MSC52220 Analog Thermometer" that I bought from Amazon to check the temperature performance. The manual for the mini fridge says that it is capable of cooling to 32 (deg F) below ambient. I checked it on a hot day, a warm day, a cool day, and several times between using the digital IR thermometer and it is consistently 32-45 degrees cooler inside the fridge than the outside temperature. Even on a 90 degree day the ice did not melt and I didn't have to replace my drink. The inside temperature at the warmest spot was consistently hovering around 45 to 47 degrees (F). My drink was at around 36 to 38 degrees, depending on where I measured it.
On the days that were around 70 degrees, this fridge read temperatures close to freezing. In fact, I was amazed when I pulled out a frosty glass of apple juice. It happened only once, but still...worth mentioning.
I think the trick to getting this to work optimally is to provide several inches of space for the back end where it vents out the heat.
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122 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Dan Schwarcz on January 30, 2013
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The reviews seem to split on two issues - is it noisy, and does it cool effectively? If half the reviews were right, it seemed perfect for my desk, because I need a way to have drinks (cold soda, or hot coffee with milk) without having to stop for a long trip to the cafeteria. So, I took a chance.

First, on cooling: I think some people are confused about how a thermoelectric refrigerator works. "Normal" refrigerators cool food by cooling the air and blowing it around with a fan, or in some cases by cooling all the interior walls. Since the air and walls have a low thermal mass, refrigerators work BEST when they're mostly full of cold items. So, in general you want to keep them full or almost full, and in small ones if possible you want to pre-cool the items before putting them in (unless you have a lot of time available to remove all that heat.)

This refrigerator has two zones - a metallic surface from the back to about 2/3 of the front, and a plastic zone at the last 2" near the door. The cooling ONLY occurs through conductivity at the metallic surfaces, so that's where you want to put milk, dairy products, etc. If the refrigerator is full, the food near the front will be cooled by contact with the cold food in the back, and by the cold air between all the cold foods, but it won't get as cold as the food in the back. I think that's what's causing the "this isn't cold enough" reviews - the sodas and milk I put in the back are VERY cold. (I think they designed the fridge for cans to lay on their side, so the back and front wouldn't have different items. But that won't work on anything but 12 ounce cans.)

Now, about the noise: Very annoying and loud whine.
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165 of 181 people found the following review helpful By R. Alembik on January 4, 2008
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This little "backup" fridge keeps 6 soda cans very cold. The look is pretty neat. My main quibble is with the latch mechanism. It's a little plastic thing that I'm afraid will break because it takes a little bit of guess work to figure out wither to pull or turn to open. (It turns.) It's perfect for a small conference room, but I'm just afraid that after long usage someone will figure out how to break it. I guess time will tell.

OK, three years later my little buddy died. The handle broke and had to be glued back on a couple of times. But finally he gave up the ghost. So much for my private stash of sodas at the office. I got my money's worth.
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153 of 173 people found the following review helpful By cmk on February 15, 2008
I purchased this for my cubicle at work. I wanted to keep water or soft drinks cold enough that I didn't need to keep heading to the cafeteria for ice. It works great for that purpose. CAUTION: It will only fit 12-oz cans of soda, and 8-oz bottles of water (these can be tricky to find). A single 16.9-oz bottle of water will only fit inside sideways, and will take up all the available space. I keep it turned on 24x7. The fan noise is very low (think White Noise). I agree with other reviewers that the latch is flimsy and seems easy to break; use it with extreme care. But overall, the price, size and functionality of this mini fridge make me a happy customer.
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60 of 67 people found the following review helpful By M. Krueger on November 27, 2007
If you expect refrigerator-quality cooling, this isn't for you. It's cute and quiet, but only cools to ~54F where a standard refrigerator cools to ~43F. So good enough for sodas, but not so great for dairy products!
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