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Costway Double Doors 3.4 cu ft. Unit Compact Mini Refrigerator Freezer Cooler Fridge

Item# SPM15740921724 | Model# EP22756US-WH | Added on December 2, 2020 |
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Costway Double Doors 3.4 cu ft. Unit Compact Mini Refrigerator Freezer Cooler Fridge
$330.00
$389.99
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This 3.4 Cu. Ft. White Compact Refrigerator w/ Internal Freezer is ideal for smaller spaces like a dorm room, teen's bedroom or office. This appliance also suit for hotels, offices, household etc. It is sized perfectly to keep drinks and small amounts of food cold and in a convenient location. With a double door design, the separate freezer compartment can be selected quickly for frozen treats or packages of meat. It makes the most out of the space it has with three small glass shelves, a fruit box and a egg rack for storage. There is also a special Can dispenser and door bins to hold drinks on the inside of the door. If you're looking for a fridge to keep your food, drinks, & frozen snacks organized and cold, then this is the fridge for you! Do not hesitate to buy one!

Features:
Brand new and high quality
Ideal for smaller areas such as student dormitories, wet bars, apartments and condos
Integrated door handle
Sleek look that easily enhances most types of existing decor
Perfect place to store your microwave or other items when space constrained
Adjustable glass shelf that can be configured to make room for taller items help you stay organized
Integrated door shelving with tall bottle storage Easy Access Controls To Set Your Desired Temperature
Stock and dispense all of your favorite beverages with ease

Specifications:
Color: White
Material: SPCC + Glass + Plastic
Interior Capacity: 3.4cu.ft
Power: 115V/60Hz
Refrigerant: R134a/68g
Temperature Range: -13°F ... read more
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