Top critical review
Poor construction of a poor design
October 18, 2018
This thing has so much potential but unfortunately falls short. The cooling system and insulation are top notch and allow the fridge to easily stay at 40 and even lower temps. the problem is the interior. First off there are three shelves, which are very flimsy and do not secure in place. There's some sort of back panel that wasn't attached properly (missing a screw) and that keeps the middle tray from being inserted all the way. The top shelf slot is absolutely useless as the fan blocks it. The shelves can barely hold 3 six packs each if you load them as singles, plus the bottom shelf which holds about 12, at most you could put 66 cans in this thing, maybe more if you lay drinks on their sides and stack them on top. If you took out all the shelves and just kept stacking you could maybe get close to 80, but cans only. Cans only really for the entire thing, because unless you take a shelf out there's no way to fit a bottle of any size in here unless on it's side. It's close too, if the fridge were just 1" taller so they could give .33" more room to each shelf, you could fit bottles in here, but it just barely doesn't work at all, which is very frustrating.
As you can see from the picture I've laid all bottles down on their sides(2 hard to see wine bottles on the 1st shelf), and there's a six pack on the middle shelf. I tried removing a shelf to stand bottles up but that ends up lowering the capacity even more and leaves a ton of 2 - 3" gaps which you just can't do anything with. The design implies the company did little to no research on drink sizes other than cans. Simply adding another set of shelf slots between the current ones would give this the versatility to handle bottles without losing any space.