Ample access-a 15-inch wide refrigerator to keep everything chilled
Intuitive alerts-alarm notifies you if the temperature changes by more than 10°F in an hour
Plentiful room-2.73 cubic feet of space
Simple security-the door locks for safety
Individualized fit-aligned for a right hinge
Proven efficiency-Energy Star rated
Innovative alerts-alarm indicates when the door is ajar, to protect food and save energy
Customized range-temperature range of 34°-42°F
Flexible configuration-two fully adjustable stainless steel shelves
Striking effect-blue interior lighting
Tested safety-UL listed for outdoor use
- 15" wide refrigerator
- Dynamic Cooling Technology allows for real time temperature controls to actively maintain optimal conditions
- Food safe meets the UL471 Safety Standard
- Door alarm to notify you when door isn't fully closed
- Temperature alarm to notify you when temperature changes by more than 10 degrees within an hour
- Energy Star rated
- Temperature range 34° to 42° F
- 2.73 cu. ft.
- Two fully adjustable stainless steel shelves
- Door lock for security
- Blue LED interior lighting
- Right Hinge
|Internal Item ID
|15" Refrigerator, Right Hinge
|Cut Out Width
|Cut Out Depth
|Cut Out Height
Energy Star Rated:
2.73 (cu. ft.)
Fresh Food Capacity:
2.73 (cu. ft.)
Offer Expires: 1/1/2024 to 9/30/2024 |
Must be postmarked by: 10/31/2024
Receive a 10% rebate with $5000 purchase of qualifying Lynx and Sedona products. Rebate form must be postmarked by 10/31/2024.
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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