Summary: I bought this mini refrigerator for the bar I built in my basement in May of 2012. I plugged it in around August and last week it stopped working. I emailed them and they told me that they are not willing to replace but would send me to one of their repair shops to have it looked at but I would have to pay to have it looked at and pay for the parts. So for $200.00 dollars I got maybe a year out of it.
Summary: I bought this DCR 412 Feb 2010 for a rental studio apt .Only to have my new tenant call me a few days after move in to share she had lost all her preishables. The unit NEVER turned on to get cold. I returned it and purchased a Magic Chef that has had NO problems I might recomend to a freind because Im confident some of these units work
Summary: Bought one for my mom in a nursing home only 2 years ago and it stopped working. To have it even looked at by a Danby authorized dealer is between 35 and 49 dollars. Then you can start buying the parts - thermastat? compressor? I will never buy another Danby product again. Once you find the home number for Danby they are nice but completely unhelpful Don't buy Danby.
Summary: I purchased this refrigerator for work about 8 months ago. The first one that was delivered didn't work at all, but Amazon was quick to replace it. I think the motor was DOA. The return process was hassle-free. I've waited awhile to post my review because I wanted to see if the second one had any problems. So far so good! It cools well and we've even had popsicles in the freezer compartment stay frozen. No small feat for a mini fridge.
Summary: Good mini frig and very roomy. Was dented a bit in delivery; I didn't bother to call Amazon about it. No time. Freezer works pretty well; our popsicles stay frozen. I didn't know it needs to be placed 6 inches from the wall to work efficiently, so plan accordingly. We are happy with it. Great size for a dorm!
Summary: I just bought this fridge at the local Target because shipping off the website was ridiculous ($50). The one at Target was cheaper too, only $140 instead of $150 (or $200 with s/h). It's really good and really roomy. If you turn the temperature all the way down, you can practically turn the whole fridge into a freezer, it's that cold. It's a really good fridge for a really good price. The rental fridge which you have to return here at UCI is like $178.