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Old 04-15-2015, 02:06 PM   #1
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tiny refrigerators.....

My Compact Jr lives up to her name, she is COMPACT.

Even the 1.4cf fridge I have in her takes up a lot of space.

Does anyone here know of something smaller yet?

I have found smaller units but the fine print says they only cool 30 or 40 degrees cooler than the ambient temperature.

I'm hoping to find something similar that is an honest refrigerator. Usually I just need to keep a quart of milk and a pound of hamburger chilled.

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Old 04-16-2015, 03:19 PM   #2
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John, what are the dimensions of your refrigerator?

Are you looking for a "Dorm" type powered by only 120 Volts, or one powered by LP, 12-volts, 120, etc?

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What is the model number of the fridge you have now?
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Does anyone here know of something smaller yet?


One, I love the turtle. Two, you will love this based on your description!
Amazon.com: Dometic CDF-11 Smallest Portable Freezer/Refrigerator: Automotive

They don't get smaller, and this one is a real phase exchange refrigeration system. Better yet, it even runs as a freezer if you want. It's the size of the thermoelectric type (peltier coolers) that you mentioned, but takes much less power and performs better. You can set it between 0* and 60* if I recall correctly.


Hopefully this helps!
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