4. Power consumption, efficiency: If power consumption and efficiency is important, consider buying a chest type mini freezer – they let less cold air out when opened compared to upright units and keep the internals frozen for longer period of time in case of power loss.
1. Size: If power or space is limited (and we assume it is, since you are looking for mini freezers), go for the smallest unit that satisfies your needs
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This Haier mini refrigerator/freezer is larger than the previous three, but is still perfect for those looking for small units. It has interior glass containers and storage compartments that can hold eight cans. Measurements are 17.5 x 19.7 x 31.5 inches. With a capacity of 3.2 cubic feet. This mini freezer weighs 47.4 pounds. Average customer rating: Four Stars.
Users with small families or limited living space often opt for small freezers, also known as compact or mini freezers, which range in size from just over 1 cubic foot to 5 cubic feet. Mini freezers can be either upright or chest-style models, although a chest freezer helps you make the best use of that limited space.