NewAir 24” Built-in Dual Zone 20 Bottle and 70 Can Wine and Beverage Fridge
- Holds up to 70 beer cans and 20 wine bottles
- Has two temperature zones to accurately regulate cooling
- Uses quiet compressor technology to keep noise levels down
- Maximizes storage space through SplitShelf™ configuration
- Can be used as a standalone beverage fridge or installed under counters
- Features a stainless steel design with triple-pane glass and LED lights
NewAir 24” Built-in Dual Zone 18 Bottle and 58 Can Wine and Beverage Fridge
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- Store up to 18 standard wine bottles and 58 standard cans in two separate cooling zones.
- Front-facing vents allow this fridge to be built into cabinets or stand alone.
- Digital controls let you customize each zone between 36 and 72 degrees.
- Removable shelves create space for oversized bottles and cans
- Quiet compressor is ideal for kitchens, home bars, media rooms and more.
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Any beer lovers? Beverage centers are the perfect solution to keep your local and rare brews at the right temperature. A great addition to a man cave or garage! With glass front doors, you can admire your collection from a far.
Free up space in your main refrigerator with help from our built-in beverage fridges. Our built-in beverage refrigerators are designed specifically to hold bottles and cans to maximize storage capacity and handle all of your different beverage needs. A dedicated built-in beverage cooler allows you to keep your drinks just the way you like them, whether that's slightly chilled or downright frosty. Our dual zone built-in beverage fridge even allows you to maintain two different temperatures in the same built-in beverage refrigerator.
NewAir designs appliances with flair, so you can choose the right finish for your room. Whether you prefer black or stainless steel, you’ll love our attention to detail in both design and customer service. All NewAir appliances come complete with a 1-year warranty and free same-day shipping on your order.
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