These small fridges can be used to store food, drink, skincare products and medication. They come in various sizes and are perfect for offices, bedrooms and university halls. So, you can focus on the task at hand and avoid regularly nipping out.
Most modern mini fridges don't use much energy. However, this depends on the size, insulation, energy rating and usage. Many are switched on for short periods (between eight and ten hours per day) and, as such, use approximately 220kWh per year.
Never place your mini fridge near a hot appliance (like a cooker or radiator), in direct sunlight or outside. These locations make it harder for your fridge to retain its core temperature and force it to use more energy.
Yes, these mini fridges for a bedroom are safe for such a room. However, some mini fridges emit loud noises, so if you’re a light sleeper, you may wish to find one with a low decibel rating.
Yes, most mini fridges can remain on permanently – but like all appliances, they can pose a fire risk. To lower this risk, connect it directly to an electrical outlet, and place it on a block of hard wood or tiled floor to optimise airflow.
You can, however, we recommend placing it on a block of hard wood or tiled floor to optimise the airflow. This will allow your mini fridge to run more efficiently and extend its working life.