Mini Refrigerator Sizes Vary

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You may be considering buying a mini refrigerator for your house, apartment, or dorm room, but you will soon find that this term does not narrow down your search very well. There are tons of fridges that seem to qualify as being miniature, which may make it hard to choose when shopping. Consider the advantages and drawbacks of different fridge sizes before you buy.

The smallest refrigerators on the market start at about 1.7 cubic feet. This kind is usually square, with just one shelf in the refrigerated area. In fact, this is area takes up almost the entire mini refrigerator, as there is usually one small box to place ice. There are usually no drawers, though there is storage space on the door, usually perfect for beverages. This kind of fridge is good if you do not need to store any frozen products, and do not need a lot of refrigerated space, either. This is perfect for dorm rooms or offices that only feature enough space for a fridge to go under a desk.

One of the most commonly seen mini refrigerators is about 3.6 cubic feet. This kind usually features one drawer for produce or meat, at least one shelf, and a small frozen area. Of course, you cannot fit much in the freezer still, but there is usually enough space for something other than an ice cube tray. This type of fridge may be larger and require more space than the smallest one on the market, but it is also easier to keep your food organized with this kind due to shelves and drawers. This is usually the perfect size for the typical dorm room or entertainment room at home.

Some apartments have kitchens that would feel overcrowded with a regular sized fridge, which is why a mini refrigerator can work well. There are some that are larger than 3.7 cubic feet, yet much smaller than the typical fridge that features 20 or more cubic feet of space. This is a perfect compromise if you want to save space in your home while having enough room to store groceries for a small household. The freezer space is usually larger with this kind of mini refrigerator, and you usually have more than one shelf or drawer.

Clearly, looking for a mini refrigerator is more complicated than most would think, as there are a few kinds. Consider how much space you have, as well as how much food you need to store. You should also think about the features you want in a fridge before you buy.

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This article was published on 2011/03/05