A refrigerator serves one fundamental purpose - to keep food cold. Rarely does style filter into the equation. But with the 3.1 cu. ft. Retro Mini Fridge with Top Freezer, you don't have to sacrifice style for functionality. Its small stature perfectly complements a basement, office, or dorm room. A dedicated crisper drawer is perfect for helping you preserve fruits and vegetables while adjustable shelving lets you to organize everything just the way you like it. A separate freezer compartment gives you .9 cu ft of storage space for your favorite frozen treats. The cherry on top is a fierce retro design and red color that is sure to catch the attention of your guests, coworkers, or roommates.
Old-school metal handles and a hot rod red color give this fridge a retro charm that will stand out as a great accent piece.
Compact but spacious
3.1 cu. ft. of space gives you plenty of room to organize food and drinks, without taking up the space a full-sized fridge would.
Separate freezer compartment gives you .9 cu. ft. (.03 cu. m.) of space for frozen entrees and snacks.
Designed to create a high-humidity environment to preserve fruits and vegetables for longer.
Two adjustable shelves let you organize your space however you want.
Maximize your space by placing bottles, soda cans, and more in the doors.
Illuminates your refrigerator compartment so you can find all your items.
Adjust the temperature of your fridge anywhere between 32 50 F (0 10 C).
Ice tray and scoop
Included right out of the box for your use and convenience.
- Retro details
- Freezer space
- Glass-covered crisper
- Adjustable shelving
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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