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Hisense 54 Bottle Freestanding Wine Cooler - Black

SKU: RW18W4NSWGF Quickfind Code: 1881833
Was: €673.39     You save: €110.42
€562.97
Why buy me
  • Dimensions: (H)87cm x (W)60cm x (D)60cm
  • Bottle Capacity: 54
  • Fit Type: Freestanding
  • Removal and recycling of your existing appliance at the time of delivery.

    We will collect and recycle your old appliance for free on a like-for-like basis. To arrange for collection of your old appliance please contact us after delivery of your new appliance. Find out more

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Keep your wines chilled to the right temperature with the Hisense 54 bottles Stainless Steel Built-in Wine Cooler offering perfect humidity levels and a temperature range from 5 to 20℃. Featuring easy-glide shelves, total no frost technology and low E glass to protect your wines from harmful UV rays.

Key Features

  • Holds an astounding 54 bottles of wine
  • Temperature range between 5 and 20 degrees
  • Interior light illuminates the cabinet
  • Reversible door to suit your kitchen layout

Anti-UV Low-E Glass Door

The tempered glass door helps to protect the wine from harmful UV rays.

Perfect Humidity Levels 

Perfect humidity levels ensure the optimum environment is created to store your wine, meaning your favourite bottle is ready for you at any time.

5~20℃ Temperature Range

Ensure the optimum environment is created to store your wine, meaning your favourite bottle is ready for you at any time. With touch electronic control all the functions can be operated simply and conveniently.

54 Bottle Capacity

Plenty of room for all your favourite bottles with the large capacity.

 
General information
Brand Hisense
Colour Stainless steel
Energy Rating F
Warranty 2 year warranty
Condition New
Form Factor Freestanding
Dimensions
Height 87cm
Width 60cm
Depth 60cm
Fridge Details
Capacity (Bottles) 54
Features
Reversible Door
Allows the door to open from either the left or right hand side.
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