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Sub-Zero: Above and Beyond

Running on less power than a 60watt light bulb, the ‘Sub-Zero Built-in Side by Side Refrigerator/Freezer’ has been redesigned with innovation in mind.



BY owen Lynch

August 6th, 2013


Keeping water and ice at your fingertips, without having to sacrifice the clean appearance that has made Sub-Zero a leader in built-in refrigerator design, this model presents an industry first that sees this fridge provide both chilled water and ice inside the refrigerator.

multyflex sub zero side by side

Indeed, the kitchen is the heart and soul of the home, where all the activity happens. Whether you are a three-meal-a-day cook or a re-heat and eat, your kitchen fridge needs to be both durable and styled to fit the lifestyle of you and your family. And the Built in Side by Side is the perfect match of convenience and aesthetics.

Side by Side SubZero product stainless

This redesign has also included improved energy efficiency. Now with variable speed compressors and vacuum sealed panels within its insulation, the Built in Side by Side is 20% more efficient than the next best built in refrigerator, putting this fridge is miles ahead of its class.

Side by Side SubZero stainless fridge

The new flush, inset overlay, design installation also allows the unit to sit flush within its surrounding cabinetry. Choose from either a stainless steel finish or apply your own choice of custom panel to blend seamlessly with adjacent décor – ensure your fridge is the talk of the kitchen! The classic stainless steel option complete with industrial chic louvered grill can also be built-in or free-standing.

Sub-Zero Wolf

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