Drawing inspiration from mid-century styling and simplicity, Danbys patented contemporary refrigerators reimagine retro for the modern consumer. The contemporary classic compact features Danbys exclusive retro-inspired curved door design, flat white door finish, rubber-grip ergonomic chrome handle, and stylized chrome worktop. Its signature interior only outmatches the exterior features. Boasting 2.6 cubic feet (73 L) of storage and cooling space, it features two and a half-tempered glass shelves for maximum storage versatility. Theres more than enough room for larger bottles, and the spacious unit helps keep electrical bills in check with its ENERGY STAR rating and state-of-the-art mechanical thermostat. Maintenance and cleaning are simple with the automatic defrost system. It also includes an efficient CanStor beverage dispenser and bright white interior LED light. This small refrigerator also features a clever, reversible door hinge that enables you to adjust it for a left or right-handed opening.
- 2.6 cu. ft. (73 L) Capacity Contemporary Classic Compact Refrigerator
- ENERGY STAR complaint, energy-efficient to help you save money without sacrificing performance
- Featuring Danbys patented design
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Flat white door finish
- Integrated door shelving with tall bottle storage
- White interior
- Glass shelves
- Interior white LED light
- Scratch-resistant worktop
- CanStor beverage dispensing system
- Reversible door hinge
- Automatic defrost
- Rubber-grip ergonomic door handle
- Smooth back design
Energy Star Rated:
2.6 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
2.6 (cu. ft.)
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