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Shopping For A New Ref? 5 Options Below P9,000 For Small HomesNo need to go beyond budget!
Many of us dream of owning large refrigerators, but not all of us have the space for it. If you're renting out a studio unit or own a small home, a small fridge is almost always a good idea.
5 small refrigerators for small homes
While these aren't portable, most of these can definitely fit necessities. They are electricity efficient and are quite affordable, too! Here are five options that are all below Php9,000.
Hanabishi 1.8 cu. ft. Hasref 18 Bar Refrigerator (Php5,580 at MyHanabishi.com)
This is something that you’ll usually find in hotels and is often used to house beverages — but who says you can’t put food in it?ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
American Home 1.8 cu. ft. Personal Bar Refrigerator (Php5,829 at Lazada)
If you want something small and sleek, go for this black pick. It comes with an anti-bacterial deodorizer, plus it’s fast-cooling and energy-saving, too!
Haier Fresh cooling 3.5 cu. ft. Single Door Refrigerator (Php7,998 at Lazada)
Simple and straight-forward, this single door fridge will fit it well in a minimalist kitchen.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Fujidenzo 3.5 cu. ft. Two-Door Personal Refrigerator (P8,898 at Fujidenzo.com)
Living alone? This pick is perfect to store your weekly groceries in — plus it comes in vibrant red!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Kelvinator 4.3 cu. ft. Personal Refrigerator (P8,895 at Anson’s)
Slightly bigger than the previous models, this single-door fridge offers full-width door racks.
This story originally appeared on Realliving.com.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.
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