|Item Weight||52 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20 x 17.6 x 27 inches|
|Item model number||DAR259W|
|Refrigerator Fresh Food Capacity||2.5 cubic_feet|
|Installation Type||free standing|
|Form Factor||Stand alone|
|Door Material Type||Steel|
|Included Components||Can Dispenser|
|Counter Depth||20 inches|
Danby 2.5 Cu. Ft. Designer Compact All Refrigerator -white
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- 2.5 cu.ft. ( 70.79 litres) capacity
- Compact counter-top all refrigerator
- Automatic defrost; Mechanical thermostat
- 2-1/2 shelves for maximum storage versatility
- Tall bottle storage; CanStor beverage dispensing system
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Compact Refrigerator 2.5 Cu. Ft. DAR259W The energy efficient Danby Designer compact all-fridge has a capacity of 2.5 cu. ft. providing ample space for one. At just over 2 feet tall this model can be placed on a counter-top or floor and makes a great addition to the dorm room. It includes our second generation CanStor beverage dispenser, tall bottle storage and our scratch resistant worktop to store accessories. Features: Compact counter-top all fridge Mechanical thermostat Second generation CanStor beverage dispensing system Tall bottle storage - great for large soda bottles Integrated door handle2.5 cu. ft. capacity Automatic defrost system2.5 wire shelves for maximum storage versatility Reversible door swing for convenient left or right hand opening Scratch resistant work top is a great place to store accessories 27.00 L. 20.00 W. 17.63 H.
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The energy efficient Danby Designer compact all-fridge has a capacity of 2.5 cu. ft. providing ample space for one. At just over 2 feet tall this model can be placed on a counter-top or floor and makes a great addition to the dorm room. It includes our second generation Canstor beverage dispenser, tall bottle storage and our scratch resistant worktop to store accessories
Top customer reviews
Upon start-up, the poor little compressor works, and works, and wines, and wines. I had the unit in proximity to my sleeping quarters, and finally had to move it to another room! Some fridges have noisy compressors; this fridge's compressor has a pitch with which I couldn't manage.
And the "still figuring out if it works" title comes from the temperature control, or lack thereof. I've had this unit for a few months now, and it fluctuates in temperature from lower 30s to lower 40s on the same setting. I occasionally check the fridge thermometer I borrowed, and wish I found the unit fluctuating around a few degrees - not ten degrees! Is 42F safe for food? I have dialed in cooler settings, only to find again 40F+ highs and, if pushed, sub-freezing lows.
So, while cheap, and delivered proficiently by Amazon, I can't really recommend this to anyone, except if you need a fridge away from personal quarters and don't intend to store spoilable foods.
Other than not getting cold, it is lovely.
It may be a returned item and sent to me damaged. I paid for a new item.
It turns on and the compressor is super hot. Sadly after 2 days it fails to cool.
UPS will pick up in 2-5 days.
Keeps drinks and perishable nice and cold, with power to spare (setting the control knob to the half mark is sufficient---in an air-conditioned office; more power might be needed with higher ambient temperatures). Because there is no freezer compartment, more volume is available for refrigerated storage and the unit is frost-free. The cooling coils are arrayed along the rear wall of the fridge and do not accumulate ice.
Only one problem: the door magnet is relatively weak. It is easy to shut the door too forcefully, so that the door bounces back open. Also, if door is closed too gently, the magnet doesn't engage and a gap is left between door and frame. Either situation wastes energy and may cause ice formation. I had the same issue with a previous 1.8 cu ft version of the Danby all-refrigerator, so this minor problem is probably common to all of their small refrigerators. (the 1.8 unit is doing fine at ten years of age; it was given away to an employee).
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