I recently updated my Mancave to include putting in a beverage cooler so I didn't have to run into the kitchen to grab a cold beverage. Who wants to miss a big play on game day, right? No stepping out of the room to grab a drink required...
I wanted something that was a step up from a dormitory-size, compact refrigerator with a solid door and could only hold a couple of six packs. I wanted a unit that could dress up the bar area a little bit, something with a glass door that could hold at least a case of beer, capable of servicing a game-day watch party.
Enter the Manastin Beverage Cooler
With adjustable shelves and a digital temperature display, this 2.47 cubic foot unit can hold up to 100 cans and/or bottles of soda, beer, wine, water, and other adult beverages. Freestanding and with adjustable feet, it's large enough to be a floor unit, yet small enough to be a tabletop cooler, it's that flexibility that sold me on it.
It's got a glass door that seals well, and offers great visibility. The digital display is push-button-easy to use with a temperature range of 35-65 degrees. The unit also has a soft blue LED light enhancing a dressed-up look which is also very convenient for nighttime use, there's no irritating bright white light coming on when opening the refrigerator door to grab that drink. Perhaps the most overlooked or not considered feature, the unit is super quiet. It operates without vibration and doesn't distract from the game.
Costing me $149 on Amazon, I'm giving the Manastin Beverage Cooler 5 out of 5 Bachelor on the Cheap Stars. In comparing this unit to others I found in my online shopping efforts, this one is priced lower than similar-sized units, which typically run in the price range of $179 - $299 with similar features such as the glass door, digital display, LED illumination, and adjustable shelves. I got free delivery with my Amazon Prime membership and I received the fridge within a week of placing the order. If you're in the market for a beverage cooler, give this one a look.
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