For the ultimate addition to any kitchen design the Liebherr SBSes 7053 side by side refrigerator provides the perfect environment to store not only food but also wine bottles. This three door side by side refrigerator offers a combination of refrigerator, freezer and wine storage all delivered in a beautiful stainless steel finish. The wine […]
November 21st, 2008
For the ultimate addition to any kitchen design the Liebherr SBSes 7053 side by side refrigerator provides the perfect environment to store not only food but also wine bottles. This three door side by side refrigerator offers a combination of refrigerator, freezer and wine storage all delivered in a beautiful stainless steel finish. The wine compartment door whilst framed in stainless steel offers a glass door to allow a stunning visual presentation of the wine within. With two independently controlled zones temperatures in the wine cellar can be set from 5ºc to 18ºc depending on the type of wine being stored.
SBSes 7053 also offers Liebherr’s exclusive BioFresh technology. BioFresh allows you to keep foods according to your needs. The DrySafe with the low humidity is ideal for storing meat, fish and milk products whilst the HydroSafe with its high humidity is ideal for preserving fruit and vegetables. Foods stored in a BioFresh compartment at their ideal humidity will last three times longer than in a conventional refrigerator compartment. The fresher the food, the more valuable it is for a healthy diet or appetizing meals. Other features of the SBSes 7053 include a NoFrost freezer, automatic icemaker and digital temperature displays.
Dimensions: H 1841 x W 1210 x D 631 mm
Delivery time: If in stock within a few days throughout Australia
Applications: Domestic use
Finish: Stainless steel
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