Diamond Designer Propane Gas Refrigerator 10 Cubic Foot
CSA Certification Gives You Peace of Mind Diamond is the only large gas refrigerator with CSA certification and a 5-year warranty. This means no worries for you! Due to its smartly designed interior, this 10 cubic foot Designer refrigerator boasts almost 50% more shelf space than 8 cu ft models. It's an ideal choice for compact spaces such as cottages, cabins and basements. No electricity required!
Free Shipping to a freight terminal or commercial address! Includes contiguous 48 states only. Please contact us at 715-891-7160 to determine shipping charges to your residence.
- Two (2) Cubic Foot freezer space
- Eight (8) Cubic Foot refrigerator space
- Approximate gas usage per day: 1.3 lb.
- Thermostatically controlled
- Piezo ignition
- Four (4) adjustable door shelves
- Three (3) adjustable glass refrigerator shelves
- Full width crisper
- Egg trays included
- Interior LED light
- Reversible doors
- Optional rollers
- Five (5) year limited warranty
- Dimensions: 62 1/2"H x 23 1/2"W x 29"D
- Weight: 190 lb. (87 kg)
- Color = Smooth White Finish
- Made in the USA!
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Everyday with the Diamond 10 cubic foot gas fridge
Posted by Patricia Greene on 27th Jul 2014
Although it took longer to get cold than we were told, once this fridge reved up to speed, it has been very good. It seems to have a lot of room. The glass shelves are great and the design quite good, although one minus is that it does not have shelves on the door of the freezer. Also the fins at the back are already full of frosty ice after only a month and I guess we'll be defrosting more often than hoped. Our last gas fridge had a container at the back that had to be emptied of water every two days in the summer, but the fins did not ice up. So generally it is great, with a few minor flaws.
2 New Mountain home refrigerators
Posted by Karen Mitchell on 18th Jul 2014
Too soon to rate; had a great deal of difficulty getting them to
operate properly - it turns out that the Styrofoam packing particles
were everywhere, even blocking the orifice! You should not ship
using Styrofoam as it crumbles as the package is transported.
Will report back after a month's operation.