Danby DCR016C1BDB Compact Refrigerator/Freezer Review

Danby DCR016C1BDB Compact Refrigerator/Freezer Review, browngoodstalk.comAre you looking for a small countertop refrigerator/freezer or a cooling device that fits under your office desk, look no further as Danby DCR016C1BDB Compact Refrigerator/Freezer is here to meet your needs.

This tiny fridge fits almost anywhere, ideal for dorm rooms and offices or even on the countertop of your kitchen. Now, grabbing a bottle of chilled water or veggies for that last minute preparation is not the thing of the past. With Danby in your kitchen or in the dorm room or in your office, you can have chilled beverages and fresh fruits at any given time of the day.

The fridge comes with a half-width freezer compartment for ice preparation. It has a wire rack to store your perishables including veggies, frozen, and dairy. Spacious door shelves consist of a tall bottle storage compartment and two can or small bottle storage shelves.

The reversible door hinge and integrated handle add more to the user’s convenience. Danby DCR016C1BDB Compact Refrigerator/Freezer is an energy efficient compact fridge that comes with a manual defrost and a mechanical thermostat.

With dimensions of 17.6 x 18.7 x 19.5 inches the unit weighs about 40 pounds and offers plenty of space in the form of a 1.6 cubic feet storage capacity. The unit offers standalone countertop installation. It comes in a sleek black steel finish with a smooth back design that blends with any type of interior.

Overall, a nice little compact refrigerator that offers everything a big fridge can offer. It has a freezer compartment, a wire shelf, and door racks to store a pretty decent amount of food and beverages. However, the most interesting feature is the fridge’s freezer compartment, ideal for making a small amount of ice for your drinks and beverages.

Pros and Cons

Energy efficient

A Half-width freezer compartment

A wire shelf and door racks for food and beverages

Compact yet durable steel finish

Countertop installation

The only con is that the fridge lacks auto-defrost. The unit should be manually defrosted time to time.

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