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    Looking for a nice mini fridge

    Looking for a nice mini fridge, price range of 50-130.

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    How mini?
    Like with room for one can, or like 60 cm by like 60 cm (2 foot by 2 foot). Somthing like that.

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    Lol, i would also want one.

    but how would you but it from a mpgh member?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie. View Post
    How mini?
    Like with room for one can, or like 60 cm by like 60 cm (2 foot by 2 foot). Somthing like that.
    well im not limited in size, bigger the better?
    i really dont need a freezer o.O but post anything good

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    those things cost a bomb here
    I see what you did there.

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    Walmart?

    Pretty sure newegg might have a couple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heartview View Post
    Walmart?

    Pretty sure newegg might have a couple.
    i dont know whats good for its price when it comes to these things soo.....

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    Have you tried checking on local sites like craigslist? If not then your best bet for a good quality cheap one would be to go to a marine supply store or rv supply store. They're small and take up little power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x.navi.x View Post
    Have you tried checking on local sites like craigslist? If not then your best bet for a good quality cheap one would be to go to a marine supply store or rv supply store. They're small and take up little power.
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    true but cheap ones usually cant get colder than 37 o'F

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClueDell View Post
    @x.navi.x

    true but cheap ones usually cant get colder than 37 o'F
    So? How cold do you want your drinks then?

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    Newegg.com - Home & Office, Major Appliances, Refrigerators, Compact Refrigerator

    Check that. Never bought appliances from newegg, but I cbf to search a walmart website when I know they have them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie. View Post


    So? How cold do you want your drinks then?
    30 o'F o.o

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    Try norcold. Good mini-fridges cost about 300 bucks for the cheapest. But they pull about five volts and can also be used as a freezer. They also plug into cigarette lighters if you take them with you in a vehicle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x.navi.x View Post
    Try norcold. Good mini-fridges cost about 300 bucks for the cheapest. But they pull about five volts and can also be used as a freezer. They also plug into cigarette lighters if you take them with you in a vehicle.
    only if i had the money ^^ i just bought a laptop so im limited on money but i might save up for one sounds nice

    whats difference between mini and compact fridge?

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    Cheapest one they have at best buy: Avanti - 1.7 Cu. Ft. Compact Refrigerator - Black - SHP1701B - Best Buy

    Sorry for the mobile site btw.

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