When friends and relatives drop by it's always a good idea to be prepared to serve up some refreshing cold drinks from a spacious beverage center. This esteemed model from Danby is the perfect solution as it offers 3.3 cubic feet (93.5 liters) of storage space and can hold up to 120 cans of your favorite drinks, meaning you'll never find yourself shorthanded. The glamorous appliance features a tempered glass door with stainless-steel trim which keeps your drinks cool by blocking out ultraviolet rays. The 3.5 black-wire interior shelves add an extra touch of class and the mechanical thermostat can be programmed from anywhere between 6°C and 14°C (43°F and 57°F). This unit offers peace of mind and security with its integrated lock and key feature and the bright interior is door activated. Both left and right-handed users will be delighted with the clever reversible door hinge which can be adjusted for either left or right-hand opening.
- 3.3 cu. ft.(120 Can) capacity beverage center
- Temperature range of 6°C - 14°C (43°F - 57°F)
- Keep beverages frosty with the easily accessible mechanical thermostat.
- No tip wire shelf - tight nit shelf wires keep beverages standing upright
- Smudge resistant stainless steel door frame on black cabinet
- Tempered glass door with stainless steel trim
- Recessed side mount door handle
- Integrated lock with key
- Energy efficient and long lasting blue LED light illuminates the interior
- Seamless pocket door handle and convenient reversible door swing
- 120 Beverage cans
- 93.5 Liters
Energy Star Rated:
3.3 (cu. ft.)
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