I have been looking for a Beverage Center for a while now. I need one that gets down to close to freezing (I like my drinks COLD). To get that you really need to get a more expensive model - which I currently do not have funds for, hence why I am still looking.
With all that being said I would like to point out something very important that I have learned in my search -
JUST BECAUSE IT FITS UNDER THE COUNTER DOES NOT MEAN IT IS AN UNDERCOUNTER UNIT!
Almost all units that will be put under a counter need a vent in the front. Without the vent you will seriously degrade the performance because they do not have the required airflow over the coils to cool correctly. Most manufacturers will state that their unit is NOT for under counter use, but you have to look in the small print, usually in the owners manual - which is usually hard to find if you don't purchase the unit first.
If you are planning on purchasing a unit for use under a counter, make sure the documentation states that it can be used that way.
If you cannot tell the difference between HD and SD on a large screen TV get your frackin' eyes checked!
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