NewAir Beverage Refrigerator, 60 Can
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- Compact mini-fridge fits in dorms, offices, workshops and more.
- Insulated, double-pane glass doors keep drinks between 34 and 64 degrees.
- Choose from 5 thermostat settings to keep food and drinks at the perfect temperature.
- Compact design holds 60 cans in an attractive, stainless steel design.
- Removable storage shelf creates space for cans, bottles and more
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Free up space in your main refrigerator or spruce up your office with help from our beverage fridges. Our built-in beverage refrigerators will fit seamlessly with any style kitchen with stainless steel and black onyx finishes and various widths to fit where you need it. 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.
Any beer lovers? Under counter 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. If you want the ultimate in beer fridges, look at the beer froster for the best way to showcase your collection and keep the party going with turbo and party modes.
Stop running in and out of the home and upgrade your backyard or patio with an outdoor rated beverage fridge for the perfect staycation or to impress the in-laws. With the option of lockable wheels, you can keep the outdoor mini fridge inside during the winter and roll it out for the summer BBQs.
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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