• Cooler temperatures, at least.

Marshall Fridge Will Make Your Dorm Way Cooler

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Cooler temperatures, at least.

If you aren't quite heavy metal enough to spring for a used morgue fridge, there is a more reasonable option: the Marshall Fridge. This fridge-in-disguise rocks the signature gold control panel, black cloth, white piping, and knobs of a classic Marshall half-stack, but this one really does go to eleven.

Unfortunately, it doesn't actually work as a guitar amplifier.

The fridge has four cubic feet of space, a 0.4 cubic foot freezer, adjustable shelves, and heavy accommodations for cans. It is, in short, the dream fridge of a college freshman. Cynics might say that Jim(i)s Marshall and Hendrix are rolling over in their graves with this shameless merchandising of a rock icon, but if rock stars can merchandise [kitsch pinball machines](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiss_(pinball) and airplanes, a fridge is probably just fine—tasteful in comparison, really.

The box, however, is another story. Apparently, UPS filed a formal complaint, saying the very loud-looking box made it a high theft risk.

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Don't leave the fridge open.

Since this dorm-sized fridge only has a capacity of four cubic feet, kitchens are probably safe from this British invasion—that is until a full-stack version comes over the pond to replace your Whirlpool. That is, if you prefer to have a bachelor pad decorated by Skymall.

via The Dieline and Marshall

Ethan Wolff-Mann 74957d78e7e0faa336c81ba6cdf17df8?s=48&d=mm
Ethan writes reviews and articles about science for Reviewed.com, and edits the Science Blog. He's originally from Vermont and thinks the bicycle and guitar are examples of perfected technology. Prior to Reviewed.com, he studied furiously at Middlebury College.