Stainless steel in built refrigerator

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Elegant looking compact stainless steel inbuilt refrigerator occupying less space. Stainless steel refrigerator to preserve and store food products and wines brought by Sub-Zero. Stainless steel inside and out, this refrigerator conforms to the US Department of Energy’s stringent standards for residential use. Budding wine lovers would love it. For a wine to get better with age in the cellar, it needs a few key characteristics: flavor concentration, temperature, good acidity, and balance.


Consuming less energy than a 100 watt light bulb.
Dual compressors
Three evaporators and auto-closing hinges, exterior drawers with glazed lids for both crisper and freezer.
Exterior temperature display with easy to read digital readouts, accurate within one degree of your preset temperature
Microprocessor and interior control panel with touch controls monitor pattern
Water filter
Drawers with dividers which are interchangeable
shelves are cantilevered and spill proof with removable 100 stainless steel freezer
Slide out stainless steel bins
Crisper drawer with touch and glide crisper with a tight seal glass lid for high humidity.
Auto control system
Automatic alarm alerts
Most of us think of cellaring (cellaring is merely the act of putting wines away in an evenly temperatured (preferably cool), dark, still, and somewhat humid spot for proper storage and aging. An average temperature of 55 degrees Fahrenheit is deemed ideal, but any temperature comfortable for a human being is ok for a living wine) we generally think of super-rare and expensive bottles that are out of reach for the average person, but it doesn’t have to be that way. A wine tastes good at specific temperature else spoiling party environment and your mood.

Via: Subzero

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