Marshall Mini Fridge

Jun 2, 2016

Category: Living

If you’re a fan of Rock & Roll–be it classic, punk, metal, or otherwise–you’ve likely heard of Marshall Amplification. Probably the most iconic amp company ever, Marshall has been producing coveted gear for over 50 years. And a big part of the allure of their amps is their look–the imposing black speaker cabinets, the brass faceplate, and the Marshall logo itself. Not content to limit themselves to the world of amps, however, Marshall has created a mini fridge with the very same iconic allure.

Built to look like a half-stack amplifier, the fridge features authentic Marshall parts, a top freezer, and 4.4 cubic feet of total internal space. It also comes with a full-sized adjustable shelf, a half-sized shelf, a door rack–which can hold three 2L bottles–and a convenient can rack. There’s enough space in this fridge to drink like a rockstar without ever having to leave the comfort of your man-cave, not that we’re encouraging that kind of excess. It can be yours for just under $400. [Purchase]

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