Russell Hobbs mini counter fridge in B&M
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Russell Hobbs mini counter fridge in B&M

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Found 18th Mar 2016
17L mini counter fridge ideal little extra fridge for the price.
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Don't suppose they had the freezer at the same price did they?
TheUrbis

Don't suppose they had the freezer at the same price did they?



Sorry only the fridge. :-(
Cold. Heat.
Just worth noting that this is a 'Table Top Cooler' and not a true Fridge as it relies on a fan to cool the contents, rather than the coolant you find in you usual kitchen fridge. From what I can see it has some good feedback from folks who have taken them on camping trips as a way to keep the milk and butter cool. Have seen/used some of the cheaper camping coolers, that just didn't live up to the job, so at this price, Hot from me

FYI the link to the Russell Hobbs site HERE
uksmudge

Just worth noting that this is a 'Table Top Cooler' and not a true Fridge … Just worth noting that this is a 'Table Top Cooler' and not a true Fridge as it relies on a fan to cool the contents, rather than the coolant you find in you usual kitchen fridge. From what I can see it has some good feedback from folks who have taken them on camping trips as a way to keep the milk and butter cool. Have seen/used some of the cheaper camping coolers, that just didn't live up to the job, so at this price, Hot from me :)FYI the link to the Russell Hobbs site HERE


Agreed, good advice. Ditto to the above.
Think of this more as a fancy coolbox for the kitchen, so anything you'd put/ keep for short periods in that, you could keep in this too. Use a "proper" fridge, one cooled with refridgerant and circulated with a compressor, not fan, for your normal storage of fridge foodstuffs, especially opened or higher risk foods that go off easily if not stored correctly. All to do with how low the temperature goes. This lowers the ambient temperature by a set amount, not regulates it.
Oh, BTW, if anyones interested, keep an eye out on a famous auction site for tabletop fridges as they often come up if you're not in a hurry. I recently bought a "husky" branded one just for cooling drinks to free up space in the main fridge, and that set me back £21 from over £100. As with all second hand electricals though, best to have it checked out first by a qualified electrician if you can. Look around the back and see if it has a compressor and metal pipes rather than just a fan inside.
Edited by: "davej1710" 18th Mar 2016
Do you think it would be suitable for a student to keep milk cool in their uni room? My daughter was looking for a small fridge and I wondered if this would fit the bill...
davej1710

Agreed, good advice. Ditto to the above.Think of this more as a fancy … Agreed, good advice. Ditto to the above.Think of this more as a fancy coolbox for the kitchen, so anything you'd put/ keep for short periods in that, you could keep in this too. Use a "proper" fridge, one cooled with refridgerant and circulated with a compressor, not fan, for your normal storage of fridge foodstuffs, especially opened or higher risk foods that go off easily if not stored correctly. All to do with how low the temperature goes. This lowers the ambient temperature by a set amount, not regulates it.Oh, BTW, if anyones interested, keep an eye out on a famous auction site for tabletop fridges as they often come up if you're not in a hurry. I recently bought a "husky" branded one just for cooling drinks to free up space in the main fridge, and that set me back £21 from over £100. As with all second hand electricals though, best to have it checked out first by a qualified electrician if you can. Look around the back and see if it has a compressor and metal pipes rather than just a fan inside.



It's REFRIGERANT (_;)
nikitablue

Do you think it would be suitable for a student to keep milk cool in … Do you think it would be suitable for a student to keep milk cool in their uni room? My daughter was looking for a small fridge and I wondered if this would fit the bill...



We are only keeping beer in ours and I'm not sure what temperature it would keep, I believe it would be ok for milk but better double check online, it is advertised as a fridge but the comments above are different :-/
Bought this for my game room, great for keeping beer and wine chilled!
Great find heat added
Monkeybumcheeks

It's REFRIGERANT (_;)


I'm just glad I could make your day a little happier, sunshine. (_;)
How big is this ? What can I fit in it?
Thinkin of getting it for the bedroom
Edited by: "HJboss" 23rd Mar 2016
http://i.imgur.com/sv6cUTU.jpg

Inside the fridge - Height 26cm Width 30cm Depth 26cm. Door shelf - Depth 7 cm, Width 26 cm.

Temperature - 5 degrees, keep your milk nice and cold.

I was hoping a 2 litre bottle of milk would fit standing upright but nope, 1cm too big.
So I bought a 1.5 litre fridge jug in Wilkos to store milk.

It won't hold much, but it works and holds enough for a few days. It also runs very quietly.

I'm very happy with this wee fridge.


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Edited by moderator: "Apr 08, 2016 22:12" 8th Apr 2016
Just bought one, it's really cool. No, I mean really cool! Did you see what I did there?
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