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RCA RFR321-FR320/8 IGLOO Mini Refrigerator, 3.2 Cu Ft Fridge, Lime
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- Built in Can Dispenser and Freezer Compartment
- Slide Out Tempered Glass Shelves; Adjustable Thermostat
- Reversible Door (Allows for Right or Left Opening)
- Adjustable Level Feet
- Compact and is perfect for small locations
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Igloo 3.2 cu. ft. Refrigerator and Freezer, Platinum
The Igloo 3.2 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator and Freezer combines contemporary style with cutting-edge refrigeration technology. It handles cold food storage in an environmentally sustainable way. The sleek design suits any household and blends with a variety of decorating schemes. This mini Igloo refrigerator and freezer has a total capacity of 3.2 cubic feet. Smart interior design features make every cubic inch count. Two interior racks can be easily adjusted to accommodate your immediate needs, while shelves and beverage holders in the door provide extra storage options. The reversible door enables you to adapt your platinum refrigerator and freezer to the layout of your kitchen. An adjustable thermostat allows you to keep your cooled items at an optimum temperature. The flush back design and invisible door handle give this combo device a sleek, modern look.
- Low energy consumption.
- Reversible door.
- Glass slide-out shelves.
|Capacity||3.2 cu ft|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FR322|
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That is to say, this review covers the 1st one and the 2nd one we received in a 1 week period; and, each came with a dent in the top. The 2nd one was to replace the 1st "dented" one.
We had read the previous reviews and thought it was unfortunate that so many of the other purchasers seem to have had a high incidence of dents; but that had to be fixed and not a problem anymore...we thought.
Well, on the first one, it was a big ol' dent with paint chipped and peeling off, clear metal exposed and had a sharp edge to the splayed paint chip remanent stubbornly hanging on. Unfortunately, in our eagerness to get it out of the box and plugged in we didn't notice (or even look closely) until after we had destroyed the box it arrived in.
Funny thing, because of the previous reviews I searched around the box for any indication of bashing, thumping or mishandling and saw nothing. What's now clear is that the bashed in top was like that when someone at Amazon shipping or wherever it was boxed, boxed it. Now why would they keep putting boxes around damaged refrigerators? Beats me, they must know by now that there's a serious pre-delivery damage problem, or maybe they just keep boxing up the returns until people like us decided that it's not worth the trouble to rebox and return.
That brings us to the 2nd one. I called to report our disappointment and was told that someone would call me back at exactly 5:00 PDT the next day. The reason for the delay in getting back to me, they said, was because the shipping company had not reported the delivery yet - ok, makes sense.
Next day, no call. So I called and got a more Englishey speaking person who arranged for a new one to be delivered within 2-business days and also said that the earlier unit would be picked up on Monday (2 days later). Saturday morning UPS arrived to pick up the first one, and "Hey, where's my new one?" He didn't know and left without the 1st one - we needed the box from the 2nd one to rebox the 1st one.
A couple hours later another UPS guy showed up with our fridge; and surprise, this one actually had a dent on the outer box and, not surprisingly, exactly where the dent was on the refrigerator inside. This dent was not as bad and had no paint chipping - so, we plugged it in to see if it worked, and when it did, we decided to keep it.
it's been here for 3 days now and seems to cool nicely - so, other than aesthetics and shipping frustrations, I think it's a pretty nice fridge. It's also not loud, at all.
Some advice if you're really eager to get a very nice little red fridge:
1) Do NOT cut, slide the securing straps off of the box...and save
2) Lift the box off the unit, don't go Freddy Kruger on the box like I did - you may have to reuse it.
NOTE to Amazon Quality Assurance Manager - maybe you should take a walk to the warehouse and look a few of these refrigerators over. Wouldn't it be more profitable to pre-inspect these items based on a growing body of evidence that you have a dent problem and take them out of the inventory? Just saying.
"Cheapest is never the least expensive"
UPDATE: 2/5/17 - It's been almost a year and a half now and pleased to report that the unit has continued to work perfectly. There seems to be no loss in cooling capability and the very low noise factor is virtually indiscernible. Sits only feet from my home office desk.