We are well into July and the back-to-school specials are underway. Amazon is no different. The website plans to capitalize on back-to-school shopping during their Prime Day specials so you can save big money. If you have college kids, this is a great time to stock up on everything you need. Move-in day is just around the corner. One of the items I’ve been looking for is a mini fridge for my daughter’s dorm room. Colleges have safety requirements for what is permitted in each dorm room. For most universities, a mini fridge cannot be bigger than 3.2 cubic feet and 1000 watts.
One of the early Prime Day deals hits the mark! The Danby Stainless Steel 2 Door Compact Refrigerator/Freezer Combo is 3.1 Cubic feet and it is deep discounted by 38% and is running as an early Prime Day Deal. It measures 18.88 X 19.69 X 33.44 inches and weighs 50.7 pounds. The freezer compartment has 87 liters of separate space. The refrigerator section has one full width tempered glass shelf, door storage for taller bottles, and a crisper drawer. Additionally, the door hinges are reversible so you can have the door swing in whichever direction that works for your room. This popular appliance is great for apartments, recreation rooms, bars, sunrooms, cottages, and offices. Danby uses a high-tech mechanical thermostat to ensure your foods are always stored at the correct temperature. It also has a built-in defrosting system.
Danby is one of the leading refrigeration specialists in North America and this is a great time to save on one of their fantastic products. Purchasers call it a “perfect fridge” and “very quiet.” This refrigerator/freezer combo retails for $299.99, but you can take advantage of this Prime Day Deal and get this mini fridge today for only $185.65.
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