The Danby Diplomat 5.0 cu. ft. Chest Freezer is an ideal solution for households, cottages, offices, or any other location requiring additional storage space for frozen foods. Our power-on indicator light enables you to confirm the safety of your frozen items preservation quickly and conveniently. This model is Garage Ready & able to maintain optimal performance at external temperatures between 0F to -110F (-17C to -43C). The 360-degree cooling system utilizes D-shaped coils that snugly hug the inner wall to optimize the freezing time of newly added foods in the freezer, which preserves nutrients. This model is DOE-compliant, saving you energy and money. This freezer can sit closer to walls thanks to the new thinner profile hinges. Additionally, the counter-balance hinges enable the lid to stay open at any angle, providing easy access. The freezer is equipped with a removable storage basket to help you separate and organize your food.
- 5.0 cu. ft. capacity (141.58 Litres): Store more of your favorite frozen foods and optimize bulk food storage.
- Front mounted mechanical thermostat: Easy to use, adjustable variable temperature range.
- Storage Basket: 1 moveable wire storage basket for smaller, frequently used items.
- Power-On Indicator light: lets you know your freezer is working.
- DOE Compliant: Energy efficient to help you save money without sacrificing performance
- Garage Ready: Freezer can perform in temperatures from 0oF to 110oF (-17oC to 43oC).
- 12 Months Carry in Warranty: Industry leading warranty for peace of mind.
Energy Star Rated:
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