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Skinny Fridge

College/Singles fridge
 
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Why do all fridges have to be box shaped? A skinny fridge would take up less room and use less energy. Everything would be within easy reach with the skinny fridge.
jackoutofthebox, Nov 01 2002

(?) Skinny Fridges http://www.zama-ent...evel=2&txtCatName=2
01 Nov 02 | High-quality, and skinny. [bristolz, Oct 04 2004]

And you'll save so much room you can have one of these, too. http://www.kegworks...raft/kegfridge.html
Keg fridges. [bristolz, Oct 04 2004]

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       Define "skinny."
bristolz, Nov 01 2002
  

       Well, I imagine spherical would be even more efficient, but it'd roll away when you close the door.
bookworm, Nov 01 2002
  

       Skinny would be half the width of a standard fridge.
jackoutofthebox, Nov 01 2002
  

       Oh, the beer. I admitted I didn't get out enough and modified my post.
jackoutofthebox, Nov 01 2002
  

       Only low-fat, diet food can fit in the skinny fridge.
snarfyguy, Nov 01 2002
  

       I want Twiggy to pitch the fridge to consumers.
jackoutofthebox, Nov 02 2002
  

       I doubt she could lift one.
bristolz, Nov 02 2002
  

       why do they have to be white, or silver, for that matter? Build me a tartan fridge & you have customer 1.
General Washington, Nov 02 2002
  

       Cameron of Erracht is the only Cameron civilsed man should consider. The splintering of Clan Cameron has become like something out of Nonconformist America, with a number of hideous yellow and purple neoplaids proliferating. Rumours of a Cameron of Diaz on the way.   

       And unfortunately no range of tartans is complete with Officers Blackwatch, I reluctantly concede.
General Washington, Nov 04 2002
  

       It would be cool to have a fridge that was only about as wide as door frame, brushed silver with a silver handle, it sits in a recess in the wall and slides outwards like a sliding door, this can only be used to hold bottles and thin things that can fit on the shelves inside the frame, most things kept in a fridge probably could.
Gulherme, Nov 04 2002
  

       I saw a combination fridge/oven recently. Quite a silly idea.
hippo, Nov 04 2002
  

       Actually, a narrow fridge has more exterior surface area, and is therefore less energy efficent. (Fishboned.)   

       And don't forget the ((2r)^3 - (4/3(pi)r^3)) wasted space around this "spherical fridge" of yours. Let r = the radius of this spherical fridge.
andrewm, Feb 18 2003
  
      
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