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Joy Pebble Beverage Cooler and Refrigerator Mini Fridge with Glass Door for Soda Beer or Wine Small Drink Cooler for Home Office or Bar (2.3 cu.ft)

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🍺【MODERN ELECTRIC BEVERAGE COOLER】This 2.7 cubic feet, free standing beverage refrigerator features an elegant see through, left hinge glass front door with a stainless steel frame for you to view your wine, beer or soda at a glance. Its blue LED interior light illuminates for easy, nighttime selection of your favorite chilled drink.
🍺【EFFECTIVE COOLING】Beverage refrigerator is engineered with a powerful compressor and convection fan to evenly distribute cold air throughout the cabinet to prevent hot spots, frosting and uneven cooling.
🍺【HIGH CAPACITY】Under counter beverage cooler with large, internal storage design is equipped with 5 adjustable and removable chrome shelves.It’s an organizer that conveniently holds up to 90 standard sized soda, water.
🍺【IDEAL LIGHT & HUMIDITY】Double Pane Glass Door can block out harmful UV rays and help to maintain an ideal humidity level. Blue soft LED interior lighting not only beautifully showcases the beverage or wine.
🍺【ULTRA QUIET OPERATION】Equipped with an advanced cooling system that will keep your beverages at the right temperature without making a noise. External size: 17.7” W (front across) x 29.1” H (top to bottom) x 16.9” D (front to back).Warning: Do not use this cooler to store fresh foods, such as meats, vegetables, fruits, etc. This product can only be used to chill beverages.


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Capacity: 2.7 Cubic Feet. Certification: ETL. Lock Type: Key. Cooling Method: Compressor. Configuration: Freezerless. Pattern: Solid. Form Factor: Compact. Brand: Joy Pebble. Finish Type: Glossy. Color: Black. Date First Available: November 16, 2020. Best Sellers Rank: #84,744 in Kitchen & Dining. Customer Reviews: 4.3 out of 5 stars 305 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B07VHXZ818. Certification: ‎ETL. Shelves: ‎5. Shelf Type: ‎Wire. Color: ‎Black. Form Factor: ‎Compact. Part Number: ‎JC. Installation Type: ‎Freestanding. Capacity: ‎2.7 Cubic Feet. Item Weight: ‎46.2 pounds. Brand Name: ‎Joy Pebble.

Specification: Joy Pebble Beverage Cooler and Refrigerator Mini Fridge with Glass Door for Soda Beer or Wine Small Drink Cooler for Home Office or Bar (2.3 cu.ft)

Weight 46.2 lbs

8 reviews for Joy Pebble Beverage Cooler and Refrigerator Mini Fridge with Glass Door for Soda Beer or Wine Small Drink Cooler for Home Office or Bar (2.3 cu.ft)

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  1. Jeff

    Update: 3/24/21 Changed to 1 star. Thermostat is apparently rigged. Display shows fake temp. Unplug the fridge and plug it back in and the actual temperature shows, briefly; but it slowly crawls up or down to the set temperature… takes about a minute… even though the compressor never turns on. Thermometer set inside is showing temperature around 48, and even though temp is set to 39 (and digital display counts down to 39), the thermometer remains at 48. I think it’s been doing this for months, if not the entire time. Do not expect fridge temperatures to stay even remotely consistent with the set temperature. I am sorely disappointed in this product. Original review: I did a lot of research, looking for an affordable beverage refrigerator to put in my shop. What I found was mostly a lot of the same product sold under a bunch of names… this one being no exception. There was also a few more original versions… which were significantly more expensive, had less features, bigger than I needed (or ridiculously too small) and/or had significant reliability issues according to their reviews. I decided to take a chance on this one because it looked nice, was about the right size, had a digital display that shows the internal temp and didn’t have a lot of bad reviews at the time. What I didn’t discover until reading the manual is that the manufacturer doesn’t recommend using in an un-conditioned space… like a workshop or garage… that it could lead to the fridge working harder to maintain the set temperature when ambient temperatures are outside 30-something and 90… and excess condensation on the front door in high humidity. Had I known this, I might very well have kept looking… or gambled on a different model. However, so far at least, other than the condensation, to which I can attest—I keep a towel on top to occasionally wipe down the door and wipe up any puddles that might collect below it—for the most part, it has worked out fine. I don’t hear it much and what I do hear sounds normal for a fridge… but a workshop isn’t expected to be a quiet place anyway, so take that for what it’s worth… it doesn’t screech or growl at me, I’m good. The condensation on the door is a little annoying… but even dry the door barely lets you see in… the door’s tint is very dark. The racks are supposed to be reversible, but they’re really not. They’ll go in if you force them, but it sounds like you might crack the sides doing so. I quickly reverted to the raised part being in the back, rather than risk damage. When I first got it, the first few days… especially before I loaded it up with water and soda, the internal temperature worried me… a lot. I almost sent it back because It fluctuated so much. I had put a separate thermometer inside to monitor so I could see that the temp had at least reached (and even gone a little below the set temp (39 F), but it would be in the 40’s when I walked in… and, of course, it would go even higher after the door had been open. Because it was at least reaching the set temperature, I decided to see how it was with a full load of beverages inside, figuring liquids would keep the temps more steady than just air that escapes out when opened… and I was right. Temps have been more consistently at the set temp… at least I haven’t come in and seen it off that. I wished the minimum temp could be lower… like 35 F… or 37… it’s a digital setting, so it’s not like they’d have to add numbers to a dial or something. Still, 39 isn’t so far from that. It gets cold enough for water and soft drinks, I guess. The one big con on this model (remember, same identical model is sold under lots of different names) is that the set temperature will reset to the default of 49 F whenever the power goes out. That is unacceptable. The settings should hold… they should’ve used persistent memory for this, but they cheaped out. At minimum, they should’ve set the default temp to 39 F… honestly, who DOESN’T set these fridges to that? Other than that… so far, at least… it’s been a good addition to my hot, humid, and unrecommended shop.Read more

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  2. Logan

    The first thing I noticed was that the manual had an image showing 3 rows and 5 columns of cans with a total of 5 shelves (15 cans per shelf). This would come to a sum of 75 total cans on the shelves alone. As I began to put in standard size soda cans, I realized very quickly that I can only fit 10 cans per shelf on the first 4 shelves from top to bottom with 2 rows and 5 columns. The lowest shelf does not fit 5 columns but allows for 3 rows and 4 columns. As someone that likes to maintain an organized appearance, this mini-fridge WITH A GLASS DOOR makes it appear like a 5-year-old just threw a bunch of cans in it. I know I have Powerade on the top two shelves in the photo. You cannot close the door without forcing it to shut with 3 rows and 5 columns on the shelves. It seems that they manufactured many of these with incorrect measurements and are still selling them falsely advertised. Grand total of possible cans on the SHELVES is 55 when it should be 75. PS: You can fit 3 rows of cans per shelf if you want to force the door shut with the cans pressing against the glass. I didn’t try filling it up entirely and forcing it to shut, but I wouldn’t be surprised to come home and discover the door opened as a result of the constant pressure.Read more

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  3. Vladimir Bondarev

    Love my new mini bar. Perfect for beer and wine. A bit noisy from time to time, but it’s easily solved if you adjust the height and place it on a flat area. Some apartments just have skewed floors which is a problem..Read more

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  4. DogsRBarking

    Fridge was packaged beautifully so no pings or dents to deal with. Up & running in10 minutes. Had a problem with Fedex delivery & joy pebble customer service responded immediately & went above & beyond to help ease our frustration. Great customer service. Great product. Couldn’t ask for moreRead more

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  5. Caroline D.

    Overall we like the look of the mini fridge for the office, however it came with some minor defects. There was a scratch on the top and one of the adjustable legs is broken. We have a coaster wedged in the corner to keep it level. The door can not be switched to open towards left, it only opens to the right side, so we had to put it in a new spot to make it accessible. We also didn’t know that its recommended to keep it on a hard floor surface in case of condensation . Our office is all carpet, so we had leftover floor tiles from a previous reno. to put on top of the carpet, and create a hard surface just for the fridge nook.Read more

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  6. JLee

    Love the new fridge. It looks sleek and keeps my beverages cool as expected.Read more

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  7. Satisfied customer

    I am using this cooler for water and sodas. The unit has a lot of room. I love the light that the unit has. I haven’t experienced any noise, it’s very quiet. I had a question about the unit and contacted customer service and I will say the customer service I received was hands down some of the best. They promptly answered my emails, and even followed up checking on everything. The delivery on my unit was very prompt as well.Read more

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  8. Janice R McLeroy

    I bought this for water bottles and canned drinks. The only thing that I would say the seller should clarify is the holding capacity. It can certainly hold the number of canned drinks if you remove a couple of shelves. This cooler comes with five removable shelves. Taking a couple out will allow for more flexibility in how you store beverages. It will also allow the flexibility of other items being stored in the cooler. It has a nice blue light that shines through the glass door. You can turn if off if you don’t have a need for that. The cooler has a quiet humm, not loud at all!!!Read more

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