Fridges and freezers are designed to operate within cer […]
Fridges and freezers are designed to operate within certain temperatures. Most fridges work between 49°F and 110°F.
Naturally, your top consideration should be the size of the fridge, both inside and out. Measure your space carefully to ensure the fridge you choose will fit, and make sure to consider what you’ll be storing in it, as well. Some mini fridges are better suited for drinks and snacks only, while others have more spacious interiors that can accommodate larger items.
You’ll also want to think about whether you want a freezer compartment in your mini fridge. Some models have a thin freezer section that’s really only useful for ice cube trays, while bigger two-door mini fridges have a more spacious freezer. The best option for you really depends on how you plan to use your fridge.
An often-overlooked feature of mini fridges is whether the door is reversible. If it is, you can change whether the door swings open to the right or left. This may not seem like a big deal, but in tight spaces, being able to change the way the door swings can be a huge benefit.