Small freezers are available either as standalone freezers or as part of a fridge/freezer set. Small freezers are great for compact kitchens and can also work well if you have a freezer already and just what a supplementary freezer to store items for holidays or to store freezer snacks like icecream outside of the main cooking area. When buying small freezers, there are a number of different factors to think about in order to make sure that you get the best bang for your buck.
Kind of freezer
The first and most basic decision you need to make when deciding which fridge freezer to buy is exactly what you are looking for in the fridge and freezer. Think about whether you want just a freezer or if you want a fridge too. If you want both, then you should be sure that the freezer will actually stay cold, as some dorm style fridge and freezers have little freezer compartments but they do not work very well. Freezer styles and types If you are committed to getting a freezer only, then you have more and better options when you buy fridge freezers. You can get a small upright freezer which is either tall but narrow, or which fits under the counter. You can also consider getting something special like freezer drawers, which can be easier to find things in and which can blend in with cabinets or be placed in spaces other than a kitchen if you buy integrated models. Considering a chest freezer You may also consider getting a small chest freezer, although some customers who buy chest freezers end up unhappy with their purchases because chest freezers can be hard to organise due to everything getting jumbled together in the large cavity of the square freezer.
You should also consider a few other features when buying a small freezer like Comet freezers or Comet fridges. Firstly, think about brand and warranty. Some companies like Subzero offer up to a 12-year warranty on their freezers and fridges. Secondly, think about energy efficiency - is the freezer energy star rated? Finally, consider size and price. The freezer should be big enough to meet your needs but the larger it becomes, the more costly the freezer gets.