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  1. LatashiaOuellet says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersWanted a smaller fridge for storing some things that need to be kept refrigerated for a day or so that is used for work purposes. I did read reports of noisy motors in these units but I think that this may apply to the smaller units (43 litre capacity?) units. I have not found this unit to have a noisier motor than is standard and in fact is very quiet in use. In hindsight and this is my fault, I should have got a slightly bigger unit of about 100? Litres as space in these is limited by where part of the internal motor is. That is purely to meet my own particular needs. Would be good as a counter top fridge for extra capacity to top up that of your normal fridge.

  2. Axel Metz says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 4 From Our UsersWanted a smaller fridge for storing some things that need to be kept refrigerated for a day or so that is used for work purposes. I did read reports of noisy motors in these units but I think that this may apply to the smaller units (43 litre capacity?) units. I have not found this unit to have a noisier motor than is standard and in fact is very quiet in use. In hindsight and this is my fault, I should have got a slightly bigger unit of about 100? Litres as space in these is limited by where part of the internal motor is. That is purely to meet my own particular needs. Would be good as a counter top fridge for extra capacity to top up that of your normal fridge.

  3. ShaunteNielson says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 4 From Our UsersWanted a smaller fridge for storing some things that need to be kept refrigerated for a day or so that is used for work purposes. I did read reports of noisy motors in these units but I think that this may apply to the smaller units (43 litre capacity?) units. I have not found this unit to have a noisier motor than is standard and in fact is very quiet in use. In hindsight and this is my fault, I should have got a slightly bigger unit of about 100? Litres as space in these is limited by where part of the internal motor is. That is purely to meet my own particular needs. Would be good as a counter top fridge for extra capacity to top up that of your normal fridge.

  4. JulissaBoyette says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 4 From Our UsersWanted a smaller fridge for storing some things that need to be kept refrigerated for a day or so that is used for work purposes. I did read reports of noisy motors in these units but I think that this may apply to the smaller units (43 litre capacity?) units. I have not found this unit to have a noisier motor than is standard and in fact is very quiet in use. In hindsight and this is my fault, I should have got a slightly bigger unit of about 100? Litres as space in these is limited by where part of the internal motor is. That is purely to meet my own particular needs. Would be good as a counter top fridge for extra capacity to top up that of your normal fridge.

  5. Damion9417 says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 4 From Our UsersWanted a smaller fridge for storing some things that need to be kept refrigerated for a day or so that is used for work purposes. I did read reports of noisy motors in these units but I think that this may apply to the smaller units (43 litre capacity?) units. I have not found this unit to have a noisier motor than is standard and in fact is very quiet in use. In hindsight and this is my fault, I should have got a slightly bigger unit of about 100? Litres as space in these is limited by where part of the internal motor is. That is purely to meet my own particular needs. Would be good as a counter top fridge for extra capacity to top up that of your normal fridge.

  6. MarinaRodger says:

     United Kingdom

    It does make a noise but it’s not too loud and only happens when the fridge is cooling it’s self down. If you keep on setting 4 or 5 it’s perfect and doesn’t make a noice very often. Lots of space and keeps drinks etc very cool. Freezer isn’t the best but is very handy to have. Glad I bought it for my room

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Good over all but not sure about freezer compartment as it’s not keep ice lolly frozen. But other wise good

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Works well, have the setting on 3/4 most of time. Fits quite a lot in considering the size of it.
    If you have a small space this is ideal. Very quiet. Small ice box that I find unnecessary as I have under counter freezer and it gathers ice around the outside. Probably fit a bag of peas in if you don’t have a freezer.
    Manual defrost for that.

  9. webteam-aj says:

     United Kingdom

    Keeps a good steady temperature and fits nicely on the worktop in the utility room. The only down side is the F energy rating, however, I was aware of this when I ordered it.

  10. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Love it, bought to replace existing under counter top fridge which I can no longer bend down to, to use nor to clean properly.

  11. Melissa G. says:

     United Kingdom

    Most useful appliance , my kitchen is not big enough for fridge so it is in my dinning room. This small one fits on top of my units in kitchen so all the things I use daily are kept in there.

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    So far it’s been fine. It’s not too loud, it’s keeping everything to a good temperature, nothing is freezing as others are advising and it’s well built.

    Energy efficiency isn’t great however it does the job and well.

    Only complaint is the freezer door isn’t flush in line with the compartment shape. Very minor as it has no affect on the overall performance.

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Love this fridge. So glad I got it. Ita a great price for the size, it’s alot bigger than one I got for 80. Its really quiet but makes a little noise every 5 mins or so. It keeps everything super cold and you can change the temperature to what suits you. It came a day early. I am so happy with this purchase.

  14. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought it for the office at work, just big enough for what I needed, its very well made, quiet, and does the job.

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Having this mini fridge has been very handy. With its low noise level and it being energy efficient has made it a great addition to my gaming setup. The fridge itself can hold a lot more than what it appears to be in the images provided. Would definitely recommend buying this.

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Very happy with this fridge and will likely buy another couple for the other bedrooms . It’s handy having it there for cold drinks etc and it’s silent a lot of the time too ! Looks great and a great price .deffo recommend

  17. William Rainwater says:

     United Kingdom

    It arrived quickly and was exactly as described
    It looks sleek and works well very handy
    Would recommend this

  18. MargretColwell says:

     United Kingdom

    Lovely product, and surprisingly spacious.
    There is a small ice box but do not expect it to freeze as well as a freezer would. It’s big enough to store one or two items at a time but obviously the more you put in the less effective the freeze will be.
    Good space in the doors – enough to fit two 2 pint size milk cartons in plus other shorter cartons or cans!
    Very quiet and easy to set up and keep clean. Highly recommended.

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a great small worktop fridge and was perfect for what I wanted. It keeps food really cold and is virtually silent. Looks very expensive with the stainless steel finish and lots of space too. The icebox is not practical or useful so best for fridge use only. Great value for money though and super quick delivery.

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Warning: this is a short term review based on only a few weeks of use.

    I bought this because I rent, and the installed fitted kitchen fridge consumes energy like a blast furnace, and is less insulated than a naked cross Atlantic swimmer. So I decided to get a small fridge for under 100 instead of haemorrhaging money and causing an argument with the landlord (who would no doubt just replace the old fridge with another energy inefficient fridge, then put the rent up)

    I am VERY happy. It is very cold, very efficient and well insulated. Ive used a laser thermometre on the outside “white” part on all sides and barely find a +/- 1c difference. It uses very little electricity and its very quite. I literally put this in my bedroom and when the TV is on I barely even hear it when it fires up.

    My only slight reservation is the thermostat, not that it causes me particular problems. Even on the lowest setting its still VERY cold. Maybe because its new, and its in a cold room which is optimal, but I already have it turned to the lowest setting, and tbh I would happily have it slightly warmer if it meant using less electricity, but it wont go down further.

    I have seen some complaints that water “pools” in the fridge. True but not the whole picture. Basically the cooler box IS the internal cooling element, and its metal. The fridge is very insulated, so when it turns on to cool, the metal element gets suddenly VERY cold and any moisture vapour condenses and freezes on it. If your room is humid this will be a problem, if not, it wont. Personally this happens to me only when I am drying laundry in my bedroom. Humidity = condensation.
    The simple fix is to keep an eye on it, and if you see drops of frozen water on the underside of the chiller tray, turn the fridge off for ten minutes, then just as it starts to thaw, wipe the underside with a cloth and all the ice drops separate immediately onto the cloth. Job done. Like I said though, its only ever happened to me when Im drying lots of laundry in a coldish room.

    I would also note that when I used a power metre plug, my old fridge was costing more to run, than the value of the food I was preserving. This fridge is so efficient Ive turned it down to level 1, and stopped monitoring it.

    Pros
    Cheap to buy
    Very quiet
    VERY energy efficient.
    Surprisingly spacious considering its size
    Very very cold
    You can pack it to the gills and it will keep things cool

    Cons
    If there is damp or humidity, it will condense and freeze on the cooling element.

    I got this fridge to save money, its paid for itself. Energy efficiency is advancing very quickly these days and this thing is cheap, effective and efficient.

  21. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Warning: this is a short term review based on only a few weeks of use.

    I bought this because I rent, and the installed fitted kitchen fridge consumes energy like a blast furnace, and is less insulated than a naked cross Atlantic swimmer. So I decided to get a small fridge for under 100 instead of haemorrhaging money and causing an argument with the landlord (who would no doubt just replace the old fridge with another energy inefficient fridge, then put the rent up)

    I am VERY happy. It is very cold, very efficient and well insulated. Ive used a laser thermometre on the outside “white” part on all sides and barely find a +/- 1c difference. It uses very little electricity and its very quite. I literally put this in my bedroom and when the TV is on I barely even hear it when it fires up.

    My only slight reservation is the thermostat, not that it causes me particular problems. Even on the lowest setting its still VERY cold. Maybe because its new, and its in a cold room which is optimal, but I already have it turned to the lowest setting, and tbh I would happily have it slightly warmer if it meant using less electricity, but it wont go down further.

    I have seen some complaints that water “pools” in the fridge. True but not the whole picture. Basically the cooler box IS the internal cooling element, and its metal. The fridge is very insulated, so when it turns on to cool, the metal element gets suddenly VERY cold and any moisture vapour condenses and freezes on it. If your room is humid this will be a problem, if not, it wont. Personally this happens to me only when I am drying laundry in my bedroom. Humidity = condensation.
    The simple fix is to keep an eye on it, and if you see drops of frozen water on the underside of the chiller tray, turn the fridge off for ten minutes, then just as it starts to thaw, wipe the underside with a cloth and all the ice drops separate immediately onto the cloth. Job done. Like I said though, its only ever happened to me when Im drying lots of laundry in a coldish room.

    I would also note that when I used a power metre plug, my old fridge was costing more to run, than the value of the food I was preserving. This fridge is so efficient Ive turned it down to level 1, and stopped monitoring it.

    Pros
    Cheap to buy
    Very quiet
    VERY energy efficient.
    Surprisingly spacious considering its size
    Very very cold
    You can pack it to the gills and it will keep things cool

    Cons
    If there is damp or humidity, it will condense and freeze on the cooling element.

    I got this fridge to save money, its paid for itself. Energy efficiency is advancing very quickly these days and this thing is cheap, effective and efficient.

  22. JoniMcNeill says:

     United Kingdom

    Warning: this is a short term review based on only a few weeks of use.

    I bought this because I rent, and the installed fitted kitchen fridge consumes energy like a blast furnace, and is less insulated than a naked cross Atlantic swimmer. So I decided to get a small fridge for under 100 instead of haemorrhaging money and causing an argument with the landlord (who would no doubt just replace the old fridge with another energy inefficient fridge, then put the rent up)

    I am VERY happy. It is very cold, very efficient and well insulated. Ive used a laser thermometre on the outside “white” part on all sides and barely find a +/- 1c difference. It uses very little electricity and its very quite. I literally put this in my bedroom and when the TV is on I barely even hear it when it fires up.

    My only slight reservation is the thermostat, not that it causes me particular problems. Even on the lowest setting its still VERY cold. Maybe because its new, and its in a cold room which is optimal, but I already have it turned to the lowest setting, and tbh I would happily have it slightly warmer if it meant using less electricity, but it wont go down further.

    I have seen some complaints that water “pools” in the fridge. True but not the whole picture. Basically the cooler box IS the internal cooling element, and its metal. The fridge is very insulated, so when it turns on to cool, the metal element gets suddenly VERY cold and any moisture vapour condenses and freezes on it. If your room is humid this will be a problem, if not, it wont. Personally this happens to me only when I am drying laundry in my bedroom. Humidity = condensation.
    The simple fix is to keep an eye on it, and if you see drops of frozen water on the underside of the chiller tray, turn the fridge off for ten minutes, then just as it starts to thaw, wipe the underside with a cloth and all the ice drops separate immediately onto the cloth. Job done. Like I said though, its only ever happened to me when Im drying lots of laundry in a coldish room.

    I would also note that when I used a power metre plug, my old fridge was costing more to run, than the value of the food I was preserving. This fridge is so efficient Ive turned it down to level 1, and stopped monitoring it.

    Pros
    Cheap to buy
    Very quiet
    VERY energy efficient.
    Surprisingly spacious considering its size
    Very very cold
    You can pack it to the gills and it will keep things cool

    Cons
    If there is damp or humidity, it will condense and freeze on the cooling element.

    I got this fridge to save money, its paid for itself. Energy efficiency is advancing very quickly these days and this thing is cheap, effective and efficient.

  23. SoonZ28wvtzbuj says:

     United Kingdom

    Warning: this is a short term review based on only a few weeks of use.

    I bought this because I rent, and the installed fitted kitchen fridge consumes energy like a blast furnace, and is less insulated than a naked cross Atlantic swimmer. So I decided to get a small fridge for under 100 instead of haemorrhaging money and causing an argument with the landlord (who would no doubt just replace the old fridge with another energy inefficient fridge, then put the rent up)

    I am VERY happy. It is very cold, very efficient and well insulated. Ive used a laser thermometre on the outside “white” part on all sides and barely find a +/- 1c difference. It uses very little electricity and its very quite. I literally put this in my bedroom and when the TV is on I barely even hear it when it fires up.

    My only slight reservation is the thermostat, not that it causes me particular problems. Even on the lowest setting its still VERY cold. Maybe because its new, and its in a cold room which is optimal, but I already have it turned to the lowest setting, and tbh I would happily have it slightly warmer if it meant using less electricity, but it wont go down further.

    I have seen some complaints that water “pools” in the fridge. True but not the whole picture. Basically the cooler box IS the internal cooling element, and its metal. The fridge is very insulated, so when it turns on to cool, the metal element gets suddenly VERY cold and any moisture vapour condenses and freezes on it. If your room is humid this will be a problem, if not, it wont. Personally this happens to me only when I am drying laundry in my bedroom. Humidity = condensation.
    The simple fix is to keep an eye on it, and if you see drops of frozen water on the underside of the chiller tray, turn the fridge off for ten minutes, then just as it starts to thaw, wipe the underside with a cloth and all the ice drops separate immediately onto the cloth. Job done. Like I said though, its only ever happened to me when Im drying lots of laundry in a coldish room.

    I would also note that when I used a power metre plug, my old fridge was costing more to run, than the value of the food I was preserving. This fridge is so efficient Ive turned it down to level 1, and stopped monitoring it.

    Pros
    Cheap to buy
    Very quiet
    VERY energy efficient.
    Surprisingly spacious considering its size
    Very very cold
    You can pack it to the gills and it will keep things cool

    Cons
    If there is damp or humidity, it will condense and freeze on the cooling element.

    I got this fridge to save money, its paid for itself. Energy efficiency is advancing very quickly these days and this thing is cheap, effective and efficient.

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Warning: this is a short term review based on only a few weeks of use.

    I bought this because I rent, and the installed fitted kitchen fridge consumes energy like a blast furnace, and is less insulated than a naked cross Atlantic swimmer. So I decided to get a small fridge for under 100 instead of haemorrhaging money and causing an argument with the landlord (who would no doubt just replace the old fridge with another energy inefficient fridge, then put the rent up)

    I am VERY happy. It is very cold, very efficient and well insulated. Ive used a laser thermometre on the outside “white” part on all sides and barely find a +/- 1c difference. It uses very little electricity and its very quite. I literally put this in my bedroom and when the TV is on I barely even hear it when it fires up.

    My only slight reservation is the thermostat, not that it causes me particular problems. Even on the lowest setting its still VERY cold. Maybe because its new, and its in a cold room which is optimal, but I already have it turned to the lowest setting, and tbh I would happily have it slightly warmer if it meant using less electricity, but it wont go down further.

    I have seen some complaints that water “pools” in the fridge. True but not the whole picture. Basically the cooler box IS the internal cooling element, and its metal. The fridge is very insulated, so when it turns on to cool, the metal element gets suddenly VERY cold and any moisture vapour condenses and freezes on it. If your room is humid this will be a problem, if not, it wont. Personally this happens to me only when I am drying laundry in my bedroom. Humidity = condensation.
    The simple fix is to keep an eye on it, and if you see drops of frozen water on the underside of the chiller tray, turn the fridge off for ten minutes, then just as it starts to thaw, wipe the underside with a cloth and all the ice drops separate immediately onto the cloth. Job done. Like I said though, its only ever happened to me when Im drying lots of laundry in a coldish room.

    I would also note that when I used a power metre plug, my old fridge was costing more to run, than the value of the food I was preserving. This fridge is so efficient Ive turned it down to level 1, and stopped monitoring it.

    Pros
    Cheap to buy
    Very quiet
    VERY energy efficient.
    Surprisingly spacious considering its size
    Very very cold
    You can pack it to the gills and it will keep things cool

    Cons
    If there is damp or humidity, it will condense and freeze on the cooling element.

    I got this fridge to save money, its paid for itself. Energy efficiency is advancing very quickly these days and this thing is cheap, effective and efficient.

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