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Koolatron KWC-4 6 Can Coca-Cola Mini Fridge

 
Koolatron KWC-4
Koolatron KWC-4
Koolatron KWC-4

 
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4/ 5


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Positives


Great retro look, keeps your drinks at a conservative 32 degrees below ambient temperature

Negatives


Handle can be confusing for retro coke refrigerator novices and easily broken


October 21, 2012
Posted October 21, 2012 by

 
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Koolatron Coca-cola Fridge

The Koolatron Coke Fridge is a pretty neat little accessory. It has a 6x 12 ounce can capacity, and will keep your drinks about 32 degrees below room temperature, and occasionally lower depending on how hot it is. The manual states that the refrigerator will keep your drinks about 32 degrees below ambient temperature, but that estimate seems to be a bit conservative. Cooling did reach up to 45 degrees below room temperature on cooler days. Another feature that we absolutely loved was that the Koolatron fridge comes with both an AC Adapter and a DC lighter socket adapter for use in a vehicle. On the back of the fridge there is a switch to choose 110 AC or 12V DC for car operation, and it’s pretty important that you have the right switch activated depending on where you plan on using the refrigerator. The fridge runs insanely quiet…you probably won’t be distracted by it unless you’re trying to be. The air exhaust vents on the back of the fridge vent exhaust air about 90 to 95 degrees, so giving the fridge a few inches of space in the back will work wonders in keeping it cooling efficiently. The retro Coca-Cola vending machine look is kind of cool as well. There are a lot of mini fridge options on the market, but I really feel that the retro look adds a lot of flair to what would otherwise be just another boring kitchen accessory. The only downside worth mentioning is that the handle can take some getting used to. At first glance, it appears that the handle is a lift up, latch type handle, when in fact you have to rotate it to open the door, and it seems like it could be quite easy to break the handle if you try to open it the wrong way with too much force. This is really not too big of an issue if you read the manual before using the fridge, however, in this day and age, who really reads the manual for a refrigerator?

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