Compact and efficient, this Danby DFF142E1SSDB mid-size refrigerator is ideal for those who don't have a lot of space in the kitchen but still want all the functionalities needed to keep their food as fresh as possible. Maximize your storage space, quickly organize, and find your favourite foods with 2.5 adjustable glass shelves, 2 full-width refrigerator door shelves, 1 adjustable freezer glass shelf, 2 freezer fixed full width door shelves and 2-gallon bins. With manual temperature control dials and frost-free features that make preserving your frozen delicacies simple, you can skip the tedious defrosting process. In addition, your produce will last longer in the humidity-controlled crisper. Plus, bright white LED lighting keeps the inside illuminated while saving energy with its Energy Star rating and environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant. The reversible door hinges offer flexible layout options, and the recessed handle adds a modern touch.
- 12.1 cu. ft. (342 L) Capacity Apartment Size Refrigerator
- ENERGY STAR complaint, energy-efficient to help you save money without sacrificing performance
- Stainless steel door
- Manual temperature control dials
- ADA compliant
- Two and half adjustable glass refrigerator shelves & 2 full width refrigerator door shelves
- Humidity control crisper with glass cover
- Rcessed handle
- 1 adjustable freezer glass shelf and 2 fixed full width door shelves
- 2 Gallon bins
- Interior white LED light
- Quiet operation: 42 dB
- Reversible door with hidden hinge
- Environment friendly R600a refrigerant
Energy Star Rated:
14.2 (cu. ft.)
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