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Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel

Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel

Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 - Stainless Steel
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Features

  • Your purchase includes One Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 model in Stainless Steel
  • Refrigerator dimensions: 3.1 Cu Ft inner space | 18.50” W x 19.37” D x 32.95” H | Product weight: 52.20 lbs
  • The internal refrigerator temperature range from 32F to 50F and the freezer temperatures range from -11.2F to 5F
  • Conveniently set your fridge door to open to the left or right, depending on the layout of your kitchen
  • Energy Star Rated, UL Energy Certification

Description

Designed to operate with Energy Star efficiency, the Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Double Door Compact Refrigerator offers separate fridge and freezer sections with plenty of space for produce, snacks, and frozen treats. Thanks to its adjustable legs and reversible door that opens to the left or right, you can easily fit this compact fridge in any kitchen layout. Organization is made even easier with durable glass shelves, a roomy crisper drawer, and storage racks for soda cans. The mechanical temperature control lets you easily set chilling preferences, while the manual defrost setting enables hassle-free cleaning. Established in 1968, Midea Group has been included in the latest edition of the Fortune 500 list of global companies. Dedicated to the improvements in design, production, and technology innovation, Midea has been given more than 40 design awards throughout the world. With wide product selection, Midea has become one of the largest and the most reliable manufacturer of major and home appliances in the world.Temperature Settings : Off - 6


Brand Name Midea


Model Info WHD-113FSS1


Item Weight 52.2 pounds


Product Dimensions 18.5 x 19.37 x 32.95 inches


Item model number WHD-113FSS1


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Capacity 3.1 Cubic Feet


Freezer Capacity 0.92 Cubic Feet


Installation Type Free Standing


Part Number WHD-113FSS1


Form Factor Stand Alone


Color Stainless Steel


Voltage 120 Volts


Connector Type No


Crispers/Drawers 2


Door Hinges Reversible


Door Material Type Stainless Steel


Shelf Type Wire


Material Type Iron


Included Components Yes


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


ASIN B00MWXSFM8


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 1,711 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,500 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #7 in Compact Refrigerators


Date First Available August 21, 2014


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Features

  • Your purchase includes One Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 model in Stainless Steel
  • Refrigerator dimensions: 3.1 Cu Ft inner space | 18.50” W x 19.37” D x 32.95” H | Product weight: 52.20 lbs
  • The internal refrigerator temperature range from 32F to 50F and the freezer temperatures range from -11.2F to 5F
  • Conveniently set your fridge door to open to the left or right, depending on the layout of your kitchen
  • Energy Star Rated, UL Energy Certification

Description

Designed to operate with Energy Star efficiency, the Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Double Door Compact Refrigerator offers separate fridge and freezer sections with plenty of space for produce, snacks, and frozen treats. Thanks to its adjustable legs and reversible door that opens to the left or right, you can easily fit this compact fridge in any kitchen layout. Organization is made even easier with durable glass shelves, a roomy crisper drawer, and storage racks for soda cans. The mechanical temperature control lets you easily set chilling preferences, while the manual defrost setting enables hassle-free cleaning. Established in 1968, Midea Group has been included in the latest edition of the Fortune 500 list of global companies. Dedicated to the improvements in design, production, and technology innovation, Midea has been given more than 40 design awards throughout the world. With wide product selection, Midea has become one of the largest and the most reliable manufacturer of major and home appliances in the world.Temperature Settings : Off - 6


Brand Name Midea


Model Info WHD-113FSS1


Item Weight 52.2 pounds


Product Dimensions 18.5 x 19.37 x 32.95 inches


Item model number WHD-113FSS1


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Capacity 3.1 Cubic Feet


Freezer Capacity 0.92 Cubic Feet


Installation Type Free Standing


Part Number WHD-113FSS1


Form Factor Stand Alone


Color Stainless Steel


Voltage 120 Volts


Connector Type No


Crispers/Drawers 2


Door Hinges Reversible


Door Material Type Stainless Steel


Shelf Type Wire


Material Type Iron


Included Components Yes


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


ASIN B00MWXSFM8


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 1,711 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,500 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #7 in Compact Refrigerators


Date First Available August 21, 2014


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Your purchase includes One Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator, WHD-113FSS1 model in Stainless Steel
  • Refrigerator dimensions: 3.1 Cu Ft inner space | 18.50” W x 19.37” D x 32.95” H | Product weight: 52.20 lbs
  • The internal refrigerator temperature range from 32F to 50F and the freezer temperatures range from -11.2F to 5F
  • Conveniently set your fridge door to open to the left or right, depending on the layout of your kitchen
  • Energy Star Rated, UL Energy Certification

Description

Designed to operate with Energy Star efficiency, the Midea 3.1 Cu. Ft. Double Door Compact Refrigerator offers separate fridge and freezer sections with plenty of space for produce, snacks, and frozen treats. Thanks to its adjustable legs and reversible door that opens to the left or right, you can easily fit this compact fridge in any kitchen layout. Organization is made even easier with durable glass shelves, a roomy crisper drawer, and storage racks for soda cans. The mechanical temperature control lets you easily set chilling preferences, while the manual defrost setting enables hassle-free cleaning. Established in 1968, Midea Group has been included in the latest edition of the Fortune 500 list of global companies. Dedicated to the improvements in design, production, and technology innovation, Midea has been given more than 40 design awards throughout the world. With wide product selection, Midea has become one of the largest and the most reliable manufacturer of major and home appliances in the world.Temperature Settings : Off - 6


Brand Name Midea


Model Info WHD-113FSS1


Item Weight 52.2 pounds


Product Dimensions 18.5 x 19.37 x 32.95 inches


Item model number WHD-113FSS1


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Capacity 3.1 Cubic Feet


Freezer Capacity 0.92 Cubic Feet


Installation Type Free Standing


Part Number WHD-113FSS1


Form Factor Stand Alone


Color Stainless Steel


Voltage 120 Volts


Connector Type No


Crispers/Drawers 2


Door Hinges Reversible


Door Material Type Stainless Steel


Shelf Type Wire


Material Type Iron


Included Components Yes


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


ASIN B00MWXSFM8


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 1,711 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,500 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #7 in Compact Refrigerators


Date First Available August 21, 2014


abunda_amazon_reviews If unit was transported or stored laying down, or tilted at all, you NEED to let it sit unplugged for several hours, the compressor oil seeps into the coolant lines and needs to sit unplugged and settle back into the compressor where it belongs,.. if you plug it in before this happens, the oil will circulate with the coolant and clog the lines, and will ruin the whole refrigerator, I let mine sit for 24 hrs to be extra safe because I didn't know how it was stored or transported, I would reccomend at least 4 hours minimum, I'm sure most of the low reviews that said their refrigerator stopped working after a day or a few days would have had No problem at all if they let the fluids settle for a few hours, be patient!...mine has worked perfectly for several years, Very Satisfied!, dont anticipate any problems at all! Let fridge settle unplugged Even when just moving or tilting the refrigerator...(better safe than sorry) !!! I got the 2 door model, That's the way to go!!!;;Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;WARNING*** Don't plug it in too soon!;;John;;;Purchased March-2015 Had single door refrigerator in the past and was unhappy with freezer. Double door is the way to go. Pros Freezer: Keeps Ice Cream Frozen Freezes Ice Adequate Space Refrigerator: Generous Space Keeps all my items cold (Ex: water, cold drinks, milk, salad, pudding, jello, cheese, mediation) Quiet Over all look very pleasing Cons: Inside of refrigerator door/can rack-hard to get cans out Careful-If you put items too far back in refrigerator they will freeze Frost/Ice in freezer/droplets back wall in refrigerator (see tip below) Tip-The frost/Ice in freezer and droplets back wall in refrigerator has not been an issue for me. This is what I have been doing and it so far has worked great. I have not had to defrost at all. Once a week I use the scraper sent with the Midea and scrap down the freezer, I then use microfiber cloth to wipe all the ice particles out. Only takes a couple of minutes. When I see droplets building up on the refrigerator back wall same thing. I use the scraper to scrap off the droplets and the microfiber cloth to wipe out. When I received my Midea refrigerator it was packed very well, there was a small ding in the back but it didn't look like it was a problem. After unpacking and setting it up I let it sit 24 hours before plugging it in to let it settle from transit. Will try to remember to update as time goes by. This is my first review, I hope it helps someone.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;2-Door is the way to go for mini-fridge;;creaky;;;This is a good dorm minifridge. The freezer keeps things frozen, the fridge keeps things cold, and I don't have to use the overstuffed communal fridges in the kitchen. It's big enough to hold quite a bit of food, yet small enough to fit well in my ~200 sq ft dorm room. Highly recommended for any college student who wants/needs to cook for themself. Noise level: Quieter than I was expecting, makes a little humming noise. I have auditory processing disorder, so repetitive/constant noises drive me up the wall, but I'm really happy with this fridge. If the noise does bother you, it's definitely quiet enough to cover up with a fan or soft background music. The shelves and drawer in the fridge are good sizes/spaced well for me, but if you don't like the shelf you can take it out. The sizes of the door compartments are kind of weird, especially since I don't drink soda so don't use the soda can rack. If you're willing to apply a little duct tape, though, you can do a lot with it. I kind of wish the freezer had a shelf so I could make ice more conveniently, but turning a mesh 8.5x11 paper tray upside down would solve that problem. The ice cube tray that comes with the fridge is really tiny, which I also like, since the ice cubes fit in my water bottles this way. The fridge also comes with an ice scraper, which I haven't used on the fridge, but have used on my window when it iced up earlier this winter. I've only had one actual issue with this fridge so far: when it got to me, one of the leveling feet had cracked during shipping, so it didn't sit level. A little duct tape fixed that right up and now I have no problem. It's a really minor issue but I wanted this to be a comprehensive review. Overall, this was the perfect fridge for me. If you're looking for a dorm minifridge I'd recommend getting this one since it has a good-sized freezer with a separate door, but if you don't really need a freezer and just want people to stop taking stuff you put in the fridge, consider getting a different minifridge without a freezer. It cost around $150 when I bought it, so if the price is significantly higher when you read this, I'd recommend waiting for it to go down.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent dorm minifridge;;Amazon Customer;;;I decided to scale back when redecorating my apartment kitchen by removing the large old appliances and replacing them with smaller new ones. This fridge is perfect for a single person. A few hints: 1. cut egg cartons in half so they can stack, 2. buy milk with screw on caps so it can be stored on its side. 3. Invest in small disposable storage containers 4. Removing the crisper drawer allows for much more room.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;PERFECT Solution;;Preston;;;I love my mini fridge. 😍 Very quiet;;Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The new version of mini fridges.;;Amazon Customer;;;This is the real thing. Space inside is huge for a small compact fridge. The noise level is as nearly non-existent as it can be without it being unplugged. You have to actually get down on the floor and put your ear next to it in order to hear anything at all; it is that faint. I chose the black with the stainless front which goes very well with the color scheme in the room. You can save 50 bucks and get a compact fridge that is 1.6 cu ft instead of 3.1 but who wants one of those tiny built in freezer cubit that is really not big enough to even put ice cubes in. With this one you have a large rectangular area that is large enough to put several things in, and the overall height is only 33 inches to it takes up very little space. I just ordered another one. I wanted to get the first one and set it up before ordering another. This is the ticket. Mine arrived perfectly undamaged although UPS did manage to poke a small hole in the box on the one side. Fortunately it was in an area that was on the back of the fridge where nothing was; so it arrived perfect. Highly recommended.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This is the ticket. It's so quiet you have to get down on your hands and knees to be able to detect it is even on.;;Bob Feeser

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By John - Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2019
WARNING*** Don't plug it in too soon!
If unit was transported or stored laying down, or tilted at all, you NEED to let it sit unplugged for several hours, the compressor oil seeps into the coolant lines and needs to sit unplugged and settle back into the compressor where it belongs,.. if you plug it in before this happens, the oil will circulate with the coolant and clog the lines, and will ruin the whole refrigerator, I let mine sit for 24 hrs to be extra safe because I didn't know how it was stored or transported, I would reccomend at least 4 hours minimum, I'm sure most of the low reviews that said their refrigerator stopped working after a day or a few days would have had No problem at all if they let the fluids settle for a few hours, be patient!...mine has worked perfectly for several years, Very Satisfied!, dont anticipate any problems at all! Let fridge settle unplugged Even when just moving or tilting the refrigerator...(better safe than sorry) !!! I got the 2 door model, That's the way to go!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By creaky - Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2015
2-Door is the way to go for mini-fridge
Purchased March-2015 Had single door refrigerator in the past and was unhappy with freezer. Double door is the way to go. Pros Freezer: Keeps Ice Cream Frozen Freezes Ice Adequate Space Refrigerator: Generous Space Keeps all my items cold (Ex: water, cold drinks, milk, salad, pudding, jello, cheese, mediation) Quiet Over all look very pleasing Cons: Inside of refrigerator door/can rack-hard to get cans out Careful-If you put items too far back in refrigerator they will freeze Frost/Ice in freezer/droplets back wall in refrigerator (see tip below) Tip-The frost/Ice in freezer and droplets back wall in refrigerator has not been an issue for me. This is what I have been doing and it so far has worked great. I have not had to defrost at all. Once a week I use the scraper sent with the Midea and scrap down the freezer, I then use microfiber cloth to wipe all the ice particles out. Only takes a couple of minutes. When I see droplets building up on the refrigerator back wall same thing. I use the scraper to scrap off the droplets and the microfiber cloth to wipe out. When I received my Midea refrigerator it was packed very well, there was a small ding in the back but it didn't look like it was a problem. After unpacking and setting it up I let it sit 24 hours before plugging it in to let it settle from transit. Will try to remember to update as time goes by. This is my first review, I hope it helps someone.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2017
Excellent dorm minifridge
This is a good dorm minifridge. The freezer keeps things frozen, the fridge keeps things cold, and I don't have to use the overstuffed communal fridges in the kitchen. It's big enough to hold quite a bit of food, yet small enough to fit well in my ~200 sq ft dorm room. Highly recommended for any college student who wants/needs to cook for themself. Noise level: Quieter than I was expecting, makes a little humming noise. I have auditory processing disorder, so repetitive/constant noises drive me up the wall, but I'm really happy with this fridge. If the noise does bother you, it's definitely quiet enough to cover up with a fan or soft background music. The shelves and drawer in the fridge are good sizes/spaced well for me, but if you don't like the shelf you can take it out. The sizes of the door compartments are kind of weird, especially since I don't drink soda so don't use the soda can rack. If you're willing to apply a little duct tape, though, you can do a lot with it. I kind of wish the freezer had a shelf so I could make ice more conveniently, but turning a mesh 8.5x11 paper tray upside down would solve that problem. The ice cube tray that comes with the fridge is really tiny, which I also like, since the ice cubes fit in my water bottles this way. The fridge also comes with an ice scraper, which I haven't used on the fridge, but have used on my window when it iced up earlier this winter. I've only had one actual issue with this fridge so far: when it got to me, one of the leveling feet had cracked during shipping, so it didn't sit level. A little duct tape fixed that right up and now I have no problem. It's a really minor issue but I wanted this to be a comprehensive review. Overall, this was the perfect fridge for me. If you're looking for a dorm minifridge I'd recommend getting this one since it has a good-sized freezer with a separate door, but if you don't really need a freezer and just want people to stop taking stuff you put in the fridge, consider getting a different minifridge without a freezer. It cost around $150 when I bought it, so if the price is significantly higher when you read this, I'd recommend waiting for it to go down.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Preston - Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2016
PERFECT Solution
I decided to scale back when redecorating my apartment kitchen by removing the large old appliances and replacing them with smaller new ones. This fridge is perfect for a single person. A few hints: 1. cut egg cartons in half so they can stack, 2. buy milk with screw on caps so it can be stored on its side. 3. Invest in small disposable storage containers 4. Removing the crisper drawer allows for much more room.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2016
The new version of mini fridges.
I love my mini fridge. 😍 Very quiet

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bob Feeser - Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2017
This is the ticket. It's so quiet you have to get down on your hands and knees to be able to detect it is even on.
This is the real thing. Space inside is huge for a small compact fridge. The noise level is as nearly non-existent as it can be without it being unplugged. You have to actually get down on the floor and put your ear next to it in order to hear anything at all; it is that faint. I chose the black with the stainless front which goes very well with the color scheme in the room. You can save 50 bucks and get a compact fridge that is 1.6 cu ft instead of 3.1 but who wants one of those tiny built in freezer cubit that is really not big enough to even put ice cubes in. With this one you have a large rectangular area that is large enough to put several things in, and the overall height is only 33 inches to it takes up very little space. I just ordered another one. I wanted to get the first one and set it up before ordering another. This is the ticket. Mine arrived perfectly undamaged although UPS did manage to poke a small hole in the box on the one side. Fortunately it was in an area that was on the back of the fridge where nothing was; so it arrived perfect. Highly recommended.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By John - Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2019
WARNING*** Don't plug it in too soon!
If unit was transported or stored laying down, or tilted at all, you NEED to let it sit unplugged for several hours, the compressor oil seeps into the coolant lines and needs to sit unplugged and settle back into the compressor where it belongs,.. if you plug it in before this happens, the oil will circulate with the coolant and clog the lines, and will ruin the whole refrigerator, I let mine sit for 24 hrs to be extra safe because I didn't know how it was stored or transported, I would reccomend at least 4 hours minimum, I'm sure most of the low reviews that said their refrigerator stopped working after a day or a few days would have had No problem at all if they let the fluids settle for a few hours, be patient!...mine has worked perfectly for several years, Very Satisfied!, dont anticipate any problems at all! Let fridge settle unplugged Even when just moving or tilting the refrigerator...(better safe than sorry) !!! I got the 2 door model, That's the way to go!!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By creaky - Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2015
2-Door is the way to go for mini-fridge
Purchased March-2015 Had single door refrigerator in the past and was unhappy with freezer. Double door is the way to go. Pros Freezer: Keeps Ice Cream Frozen Freezes Ice Adequate Space Refrigerator: Generous Space Keeps all my items cold (Ex: water, cold drinks, milk, salad, pudding, jello, cheese, mediation) Quiet Over all look very pleasing Cons: Inside of refrigerator door/can rack-hard to get cans out Careful-If you put items too far back in refrigerator they will freeze Frost/Ice in freezer/droplets back wall in refrigerator (see tip below) Tip-The frost/Ice in freezer and droplets back wall in refrigerator has not been an issue for me. This is what I have been doing and it so far has worked great. I have not had to defrost at all. Once a week I use the scraper sent with the Midea and scrap down the freezer, I then use microfiber cloth to wipe all the ice particles out. Only takes a couple of minutes. When I see droplets building up on the refrigerator back wall same thing. I use the scraper to scrap off the droplets and the microfiber cloth to wipe out. When I received my Midea refrigerator it was packed very well, there was a small ding in the back but it didn't look like it was a problem. After unpacking and setting it up I let it sit 24 hours before plugging it in to let it settle from transit. Will try to remember to update as time goes by. This is my first review, I hope it helps someone.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2017
Excellent dorm minifridge
This is a good dorm minifridge. The freezer keeps things frozen, the fridge keeps things cold, and I don't have to use the overstuffed communal fridges in the kitchen. It's big enough to hold quite a bit of food, yet small enough to fit well in my ~200 sq ft dorm room. Highly recommended for any college student who wants/needs to cook for themself. Noise level: Quieter than I was expecting, makes a little humming noise. I have auditory processing disorder, so repetitive/constant noises drive me up the wall, but I'm really happy with this fridge. If the noise does bother you, it's definitely quiet enough to cover up with a fan or soft background music. The shelves and drawer in the fridge are good sizes/spaced well for me, but if you don't like the shelf you can take it out. The sizes of the door compartments are kind of weird, especially since I don't drink soda so don't use the soda can rack. If you're willing to apply a little duct tape, though, you can do a lot with it. I kind of wish the freezer had a shelf so I could make ice more conveniently, but turning a mesh 8.5x11 paper tray upside down would solve that problem. The ice cube tray that comes with the fridge is really tiny, which I also like, since the ice cubes fit in my water bottles this way. The fridge also comes with an ice scraper, which I haven't used on the fridge, but have used on my window when it iced up earlier this winter. I've only had one actual issue with this fridge so far: when it got to me, one of the leveling feet had cracked during shipping, so it didn't sit level. A little duct tape fixed that right up and now I have no problem. It's a really minor issue but I wanted this to be a comprehensive review. Overall, this was the perfect fridge for me. If you're looking for a dorm minifridge I'd recommend getting this one since it has a good-sized freezer with a separate door, but if you don't really need a freezer and just want people to stop taking stuff you put in the fridge, consider getting a different minifridge without a freezer. It cost around $150 when I bought it, so if the price is significantly higher when you read this, I'd recommend waiting for it to go down.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Preston - Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2016
PERFECT Solution
I decided to scale back when redecorating my apartment kitchen by removing the large old appliances and replacing them with smaller new ones. This fridge is perfect for a single person. A few hints: 1. cut egg cartons in half so they can stack, 2. buy milk with screw on caps so it can be stored on its side. 3. Invest in small disposable storage containers 4. Removing the crisper drawer allows for much more room.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2016
The new version of mini fridges.
I love my mini fridge. 😍 Very quiet

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bob Feeser - Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2017
This is the ticket. It's so quiet you have to get down on your hands and knees to be able to detect it is even on.
This is the real thing. Space inside is huge for a small compact fridge. The noise level is as nearly non-existent as it can be without it being unplugged. You have to actually get down on the floor and put your ear next to it in order to hear anything at all; it is that faint. I chose the black with the stainless front which goes very well with the color scheme in the room. You can save 50 bucks and get a compact fridge that is 1.6 cu ft instead of 3.1 but who wants one of those tiny built in freezer cubit that is really not big enough to even put ice cubes in. With this one you have a large rectangular area that is large enough to put several things in, and the overall height is only 33 inches to it takes up very little space. I just ordered another one. I wanted to get the first one and set it up before ordering another. This is the ticket. Mine arrived perfectly undamaged although UPS did manage to poke a small hole in the box on the one side. Fortunately it was in an area that was on the back of the fridge where nothing was; so it arrived perfect. Highly recommended.