If space is tight theres no need to worry as this sophisticated compact chest freezer is just 27.75 inches in width by 21.65 inches deep. However, it still provides you with a generous 5 cubic feet (141.6 litres) of storage room and can easily be installed in any room, making it the perfect model for offices, cottages, apartments and condominiums etc. Operating and maintaining the unit is simplified by the manual-defrosting system, the front-mounted defrost drain, and the easy-to-clean interior liner. The energy-efficient freezer cabinet and rounded lid are both foam insulated to help keep your electricity bills as low as possible. Finding your favorite frozen food items is simplified with the strong white wire basket provided. The highly-efficient mechanical thermostat is also front mounted for ease of use and its variable temperature range lies between a cool -12.9C and -23C (8.78F and 9.4F).
- 5.0 cu ft. capacity (142 Litres)
- DOE energy rating
- Garage Ready: Freezer can perform in temperatures from 0F to 110F (-17C to 43C)
- Mechanical thermostat
- Manual defrost with front mount drain
- 1 wire storage basket
- Adjustable leveling leg
- 1 year parts & labor carry in warranty
Energy Star Rated:
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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