Looking for a fridge with narrow depth and finding it hard.
The last fridge I bought was about ten years ago, nad I got one that was just under five feet in height and had quite a narrow depth 30cm. Now that I am going in search of a new one, I have been told that the smallest depth I can get is 35cm, which would dominat my kitchen (I got one delivered and it was huge). Do any companies still make narrow-depth fridges (and I am not talking about the enormous two door american style fridges, just your normal small white simple ones)
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