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Whirlpool 4.3 cu ft Mini Refrigerator (Stainless) EXPIRED

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Target has Whirlpool 4.3 cu ft Mini Refrigerator (WH43S1E, Stainless) on sale for $135, when you apply promo code MEMORIAL10 in cart. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • 4.3 cu ft stainless-steel look mini refrigerator with reversible front door
  • Convenient 2-shelf fridge design with full-width freezer compartment
  • Adjustable thermostat supports temperatures as low as 34 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Manual defrost
  • Includes 8-can dispenser, 2-liter bottle storage and slide-out glass shelf
  • Dimensions (Overall): 32.91 Inches (H) x 19.92 Inches (W) x 22.01 Inches (D)

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Normally $190, currently $150 which is pretty good for a 4.3 cubic foot mini fridge with a freezer compartment too (0.5 cubic feet).
Extra 10% off with code MEMORIAL10 at checkout brings it down to $135 total before tax.

Must be purchased online.

The code also applies to select kitchen items: https://www.target.com/pl/290456016

Based on other mini fridges posted, this looks to be a pretty good deal.
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ekk asked this question on 05-24-2022 at 11:18 AM
05-24-2022 at 11:39 AM
Very likely not. It will likely overheat with enough time. Minimally, it will die much faster than normal, but it may actually not be strong enough to get cold at all.

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4.3 cubic feet is huge for a mini fridge, so this won't slide under a desk, but $35 per cubic foot is a solid price. That said, colleges are close to summer break, so you might be able to find mini fridges on local listings for much less. They might even be stacked by the dumpster.

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Definitely a good deal. I just bought a slightly smaller Whirlpool for $160 at HD, though it has a separate freezer door.
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looks exactly like my galanz brand mini fridge (paid $60 on clearance), same exact specs, wouldn't doubt it if they came from same factory
My fridge has been going for a few years now with 0 issues, though be forewarned, the freezer section will ice up if the temp setting is low enough
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I had this same one, it's pretty nice.

Our big fridge went out over the weekend during a storm, lost 90% of our food…so I'm alerting on every fridge that gets posted, renting one for now and it's not cheap.
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Thank you, OP, got few appliances.
Repped.
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Quote from daisiesandsunflowers :
I had this same one, it's pretty nice.

Our big fridge went out over the weekend during a storm, lost 90% of our food…so I'm alerting on every fridge that gets posted, renting one for now and it's not cheap.
How does one even rent a refrigerator? I didn't even know one could that. How much does it cost you, i am just curious that's all. Thanks.
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How does one even rent a refrigerator? I didn't even know one could that. How much does it cost you, i am just curious that's all. Thanks.
there are places (rent-a-center) that rent appliances and even furniture (dining tables, couches, beds)
refrigerators usually go for $20 - $40 PER WEEK EEK!
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How does one even rent a refrigerator? I didn't even know one could that. How much does it cost you, i am just curious that's all. Thanks.
I normally wouldn't rent anything, nor have buy-here, pay-here. But I couldn't find many affordable fridges in stock here in FL that could be delivered instead of picked up, that weren't Samsung. So we resigned ourselves to renting from Buddy's, a place a friend of mine recommended that she had used before. It was $60 by the week or $200 by the month, no contract, no ding to my credit and they had it out within the hour, which I found impressive. Sad thing is, we had Geek Squad on one new product and I found out that it actually would have covered the fridge.

In the future if I notice milk spoiling early, I'll take note and start shopping around sooner instead of just turning it up colder. Clark Howard says that with kitchen appliances, it is better to replace rather than fix, after the 3-5 year mark, which I found surprising.
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4.3 cubic feet is huge for a mini fridge, so this won't slide under a desk, but $35 per cubic foot is a solid price. That said, colleges are close to summer break, so you might be able to find mini fridges on local listings for much less. They might even be stacked by the dumpster.
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It looks like some others are on sale as well. Good find
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That is a good price. We have a GE similar as pictured in our bedroom and Haier downstairs with a separate freezer door. The Haier with separate freezer door makes a huge difference. The GE always needs to be defrosted. Hopefully, the whirlpool does not have defrost issues
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Thanks. Son moved to a new shared apartment and thought a mini in his room would be good. I went with a 2.7 cu ft model.
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Thanks. Son moved to a new shared apartment and thought a mini in his room would be good. I went with a 2.7 cu ft model.
2.7 is better choice for me as well, lol 😝
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I looked at this fridge this morning, and I found the specs (4.3 cu.ft) suspect. Target has another Whirlpool (WH35S1E ) with the exact same dimensions listing 3.5 cu.ft. And the video included on the page actually "slips up" and opens saying 3.5 cu.ft, while showing the WH43S1E model number (later in the video is says "4.3 cubic feet" when showing the closed fridge box). The extra 0.8 cu.ft might only be good for obliquely packaged food.

Caveat emptor!
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