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Danby 120 Can Beverage Mini Fridge Cooler, Stainless Steel - $190 $189.99 + free S/H

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Danby 120 Can Beverage Center Soda Beer Bar Mini Fridge Cooler, Stainless Steel
Main Features
Beverage center mini fridge holds up to 120, 12 ounce cans in 3.3 cubic feet of space
Keeps beverages chilled thanks to the easy to use mechanical thermostat
Features an integrated lock with key to keep beverages secure if necessary
Features no tip wire shelving
Stainless steel door frame with black cabinet is durable and attractive
DETAILS AND SPECIFICATIONS
There's nothing like enjoying a warm beverage on a hot summer's day said no one ever. Get your act together and crack open a cold one with the boys (or girls) with the help of the Danby Stainless Beverage Center Refrigerator.
This mini fridge can hold up to 120 cans so you'll have plenty of refreshments to go around. Worried about little ones or a roommate with no self control. Don't sweat it this beverage center features an integrated lock in key for an added layer of security. This refrigerator also features a reversible door, interior LED lights, tempered glass door, and no tip wire shelving.
Take your beverage game to the next level with the Danby Stainless Beverage Center Refrigerator.
Features
Beverage center mini fridge holds up to 120, 12 ounce cans in 3.3 cubic feet of space
Keeps beverages chilled thanks to the easy to use mechanical thermostat
Features an integrated lock with key to keep beverages secure if necessary
Features no tip wire shelving
Stainless steel door frame with black cabinet is durable and attractive
Tempered glass door allows you to easily view contents
Includes a recessed side mounted door handle
Maintains temperature from 43 to 57 F
Blue LED lights up the interior of the refrigerator
Convenient reversible door swing
Dimensions: 17.87 x 19.75 x 33.69 inches
Weight: 69 pounds
Manufacturer warranty: 1-year warranty

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Why is this so expensive?
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Because it lights up a cool blue
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Why is this so expensive?
$195 at home depot, my guess it is so expensive due to the glass door and the blue led lighting. Combine that with the fact that if you are a gamer/college kid, this would be more attractive vs a regular mini fridge.
But a deal - NO, it is only 3.3 cu.ft.
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I wouldn't want to spend more then a 100 if that on this.
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$195 at home depot, my guess it is so expensive due to the glass door and the blue led lighting. Combine that with the fact that if you are a gamer/college kid, this would be more attractive vs a regular mini fridge.
But a deal - NO, it is only 3.3 cu.ft.
i have this, under a different brand name.

pretty sure I spent like $70-$90 on it 5-6 years ago

also, the blue light is worthless.
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Does anyone know how much electricity this unit uses compared to a refrigerator such as this one: https://www.samsclub.com/p/7-2-refridgerator/prod22044612?&source=ifpla&itemNumber=980086360&CAWELAI... [samsclub.com] ?

I am just wondering if it is wiser to buy one that can do more than just chill cans unless the cost to run the Danby is significantly less.

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I have this fridge under Best Buy branded "Insignia". Don't buy. There's only a dim blue light on top. It's hard to see what's inside the fridge.
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