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The Different Types of Mini Fridges
A mini fridge is something many of us dream of owning. Being able to reach for a beer without having to leave the comfort of your sofa or being able to make a midnight snack without stepping out of your bedroom. Owning a portable fridge offers convenience tending towards luxury. On other occasions, it is a practical solution to living in a small space, a dorm room, or studio flat.
Rushing out and buying a mini fridge without giving it a second thought, focusing entirely on what you hope it can offer, isn’t usually the best option. Not all mini fridges are created equal. Not everyone wants the same thing from a mini fridge. There are many different types of mini fridge out there, and you need to decide what you will use it for: convenience, practicality, or something else.
What style of mini fridge do you want?
Once you know why you want a mini fridge, you can start to think about the details, like what size and colour do you want? They come in all range of sizes from just smaller than a normal fridge to only big enough to hold a few drinks. Most mini fridges come in silver, black or grey.
Perhaps, though, you are looking for something a little more interesting, like the Husky Rubik’s Cube mini fridge. Designed to look like an oversized Rubik’s Cube, this mini fridge can really give your space a unique look.
Energy-efficient mini fridges
One of the key things you need to look for when shopping for a mini fridge is its energy efficiency rating. Fridges with poor energy efficiency can cause a massive mark up in your electricity bills and are bad for the environment. Look for fridges that have at least an energy efficiency rating of A+, preferably A++.
One of the most functional and efficient mini-fridges you can buy is the Inventor A++ Compact Mini Fridge. This fridge has a low noise level and boasts a 42-litre storage capacity.
Mini fridges with freezer space
You also need to look at what types of foods your mini fridge can store and see if it suits your purpose. Many portable fridges don’t get as cold as your standard kitchen fridge, so are no good for storing raw meat, milk, or medicine. You also need to think about whether you need a freezer shelf. Often these aren’t great and have trouble freezing ice cubes. If you do require a freezer shelf, then get one that is full width, otherwise, they can end up being too small and unsuitable for your needs.
Sometimes you need something that is practical and does the job it’s supposed to do well. The Igenix IG6711 Table Top Fridge is perfect for that. Made of stainless steel, it has an A+ energy rating and comes with a 47-litre storage capacity and 4-litre for frozen food.
Mini fridges can be an excellent purchase, but just buying the cheapest or the first one can lead to disappointment. Work out what you want and buy the best one for your needs.