Add extra storage space for bulk frozen household items with this Danby chest freezer, ideal for a basement, kitchen or garage. This model is garage ready and can operate in temperatures from 0F to 110F (-17C to 43C). Enjoy a generous 11.0 cubic feet (311 L) of freezer space, making it the perfect capacity for families. The efficient foam-insulated freezer cabinet and lid ensure that warm outside air won't invade the storage area, reducing energy costs. All your favorite foods can be stored near the top with two convenient storage baskets, keeping your favorite frozen foods accessible and organized. A mechanical thermostat is located on the front for convenience, and the drain is also mounted on the front, making the defrosting process quick and easy. It has a power-on light to let you know your freezer is running continuously. It also has a quick freeze feature that allows you to freeze large amounts of food faster. It comes with an industry-leading 5-year parts and labor warranty with in-home service.
- 311 L (11.0 cu. ft.) chest freezer capacity
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Garage ready: freezer can operate at temperatures from 0F to 110F (-17C to 43C)
- Manual defrost with front mounted defrost drain
- Front mounted mechanical thermostat with power indicator
- Energy efficient foam insulated cabinet cover
- 1 adjustable wire basket
- Maintains optimal freezing temperatures from -12.9C (8.78F) to -23C (-9.4F)
- Quick freeze function: Continuous operation allows you to freeze large quantities of food faster.
- Industry-leading 5-year parts and labour warranty with in-home service.
Energy Star Rated:
11 (cu. ft.)
11 (cu. ft.)
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