Danby DAR195BL All Refrigerator Review
I purchased this refrigerator last year and I am very happy with how well it maintains its cold temperature even during the summers when it is 40 degrees outside. I bought this refrigerator after finding out that it uses a compressor rather than the semiconductor technology. This is one of its best features as from what I have heard refrigerators having semiconductor technology in them do not work well at ambient temperatures, which is usually greater than 77 degrees. When this refrigerator first arrived I checked the temperature using a hanging thermometer to see if it actually works or not. Trust me this refrigerator can get really cold even at settings below the maximum temperature. When I tested its maximum settings, it was 7 degrees inside!
- This fridge cools down very fast and keeps everything cold. It is way better than all the other mini fridges that I have owned. I love how it operates quietly and makes no sound at all! Also it doesn’t consume a lot of energy which is why it is very economical to use. It has two shelves and a can rack in the door. I don’t really like the soda can holder; I wish they could have configured to it into a regular shelf. This way it would have had more to space to hold in jars. Other than that I think this is perfect in every sense since it does what it’s supposed to do very efficiently. Also just be careful not to block the vents in the back of the compartment as the back will ice up and the fridge will shut itself off! This has happened to me once and I had to shut it down to let the ice thaw out. After that I plugged it back in and it worked perfectly well. I think this is a great product and I am very pleased with it. If you are looking for a refrigerator that would work well even during the summers then this is what you need.
- Works great
- It uses a compressor.
- Keeps everything cold
- Economical to run
- Efficient use of interior space
- Cycle defrost
- The soda can holder should have been made into a regular shelf
- Blockage of vents can result in ice formation