Sub-Zero integrated appliances are invisible appliances. Designed to fit perfectly flush with the rest of your kitchen, they have no grilles and no visible hinges.
January 25th, 2011
With custom cabinets and hardware, they give you infinite design options, and complete creative freedom. And, of course, being a Sub-Zero, they don’t just blend to perfection, they perform to perfection too.
Sub-Zero has been designing the ultimate in refrigeration for more than 60 years, combining advanced technology and outstanding build quality to deliver perfect results.
The dual refrigeration system keeps fresh food fresher and preserves frozen food for longer. Despite their often impressive size, the units are so energy efficient they use less power than a 100 – watt light bulb.
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