Experience ZLINE Attainable Luxury® with industry-leading kitchen and bath products that provide an elevated luxury experience, all designed in Lake Tahoe, USA. The French Door Refrigerator in Fingerprint Resistant Stainless Steel is a counter-depth refrigerator that perfectly integrates into your kitchen with a built-in look that stands flush with your cabinets. Enjoy premium features such as 45dB while also saving on energy with high-efficiency cooling and an energy-saving mode. This fridge offers space for all of your favorite items with extra-large door storage bins, two freezer drawers, and adjustable shelving. ZLINE stands by the longevity and durability of its refrigerators while ensuring further protection and peace of mind with a worry-free warranty. The ZLINE French Door Refrigerator ships the next business day when in stock.
This refrigerator includes many unique features such as:
All refrigeration orders will get shipped out within 2-10 business days of the order, depending on inventory levels at the closest warehouse. Please reach out to your Account Manager or the Customer Service line if you have any questions. Specifications
- Dimensions: W: 35.8in X D: 29.0in X H: 69.9in
- Weight: 284.4lbs
- Ice Maker: Yes
- Water Dispenser: No
- Energy Consumption: 588 kHw/Year
- Depth type: Counter-depth
- Door Style: French Door
- Door shelves: 6
- Number of Fridge shelves: 4
- Height to Top of Door: 69.9in
- Ice-Maker type: Single-ice maker
- Ice-Maker Storage: 1.75lbs
- Number of Fridge Lights: 3
- Installation Depth: 29in
- Humidity-Controlled Crispers: 2
- Freezer-Door Style: Pull-Out
- Warranty: 1 year parts and service
- Certifications: ETL, ENERGY STAR certified
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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