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KingsBottle 46 Bottle Single Zone Wine Refrigerator with Stainless Framed Door

Item# 268-KINS025-1-AF | Model# KBU-50W-SS (RHH) | Added on May 31, 2016 |
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KingsBottle 46 Bottle Single Zone Wine Refrigerator with Stainless Framed Door
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Dimensions: 23.42W x 23.62D x 33.86H in.. Holds up to 46 wine bottles. Gas-charged tempered safety glass reversible door. Stainless steel door frame and handle. Italian-made temperature control with multiple features. Vibration-free cooling with state-of-the-art fan. Hardwood bottle shelves with steel ball-bearings. Front-venting heat-dispersion system. Whether you've been collecting wine for years or are just starting out, the KingsBottle 46 Bottle Single Zone Wine Refrigerator with Stainless Framed Door is a must-have. Warp-resistant hardwood shelving slides out easily on steel ball-bearing glides, while the Italian-made temperature control features automatic defrost, high/low temperature warnings, and energy-saving functions.A quiet, vibration-free compressor pairs with a state-of-the-art fan to evenly distribute the cool air. The stainless steel door frame, complete with handle, features a gas-charged, tempered safety glass panel that's double-layered in UV coating to help protect wine from light sources. This wine refrigerator can be used as a standalone piece or installed into cabinetry -- the unique front-venting heat-dispersion system allows it to be installed with minimal clearance. Includes lock and spare key for added security.
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