Summers are here and so is the need for readily available cool beverages and ice. If you live in a dorm or spend most of your waking hours in an office, you’re certainly looking for a small fridge.
Compact refrigerators are ruling the refrigerator market and have captured a great market share from their bigger counterparts. Even in households, people prefer using these small fridges. Reason, they are space savvy, hassle-free, do the basic things, and most importantly consume less energy.
Igloo FR100 Fridge is yet another addition to the range of small cooling and freezing devices. This 1.7 cubic foot fridge offers ample storage space. It comes in shiny black and hot red colors. The unit boasts a space saving flash-back design and reversible door. Internally, it has a spacious door basket which holds a 2 L bottle easily.
Additionally, the unit offers a pretty decent sized freezing chamber with an ice-cube tray. Adjustable thermostat and compressor cooling system enable the unit to work well all year round, irrespective of the outside temperature.
With dimensions of 20x20x18 inches and weight of no more than 34.4 pounds, Igloo FR100 Fridge, 1.7 cu. ft. offers free standing, standalone installation. It is an ideal choice for your house, dorm room or office space. Reversible handle allows you to put it any spot. The unit is CFC free and consumes minimal electricity. Per the energy star label, the total energy consumption of unit is $25/year. Isn’t it great?
Igloo is a great little fridge for the price. It does all what a big fridge will do. It keeps your fruits and veggies fresh. Keep your beverages cool and freezes ice. Not only this, it consumes pretty lesser power as compared to a big fridge. So, if you’re looking for a small fridge that caters your needs of cooling and freezing ice, look no further beyond Igloo 1.7 cubic feet mini fridge.
Pros and Cons
- Great price
- 1.7 cubic feet spacious cooling chamber
- Flush-back space saving design
- Reversible door
- CFC free
- Adjustable thermostat
- Compressor cooling
The only con is that often the unit makes some noise that perhaps comes from the compressor because it switches on and off. If you’re a sensitive sleeper like me, this would be a problem. You can’t sleep with the fridge humming in the background. In that case, you need to keep it out of your bedroom. For deep sleepers, this won’t be a problem because it produces only white noise which resembles a quiet hum.
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