- Electronic controls with digital temperature readout
- Temperature can be adjusted from 44 to 68 degrees F (6.7-20 degrees C); factory set at 55 degrees F (12.8 degrees C)
- Can be displayed in either Fahrenheit or Celsius
- Five full extension wine shelves
- Accommodates 45 bottles (5 on bottom)
- Shelves can be removed and adjusted to store large bottles
- Dual pane and argon filled Low E energy efficient glass doors
- LED display lighting
Construction and Design
- Forced air cooling system
- Powerful 700 BTU compressor
- Stainless steel interior
- Stainless steel exterior cabinet
- Tru-Flush " design allows refrigerator to fit flush into 24 deep installation cutout
- Undercounter or freestanding installation
- Self-closing door
- Super quiet 39 dB sound rating
- Black kickplate
- Adjustable leveling legs
Finish and Design Options
- Available in clear glass door
- Available in Stainless Steel (SS)
- VWCI5240GR - 24" clear glass door (right hinge)
- VWCI5240GL - 24" clear glass door (left hinge)
- Electronic Controls - Electronic controls with digital temperature readout adjusts temperature from 44 to 68 degrees F.
- Forced Air Cooling System - Forced Air Cooling System with 700 BTU compressor.
- Super Quiet - Super quiet 39 dB sound rating.
- Full Extension Adjustable Shelves - 5 full extension adjustable and removable wine shelves are vinyl coated to reduce vibration.
- Tru-Flush™ - Tru-Flush™ models install flush in 24" deep cutouts for a seamless look.
- Stainless Steel Interior and Exterior - Stainless steel interior and exterior cabinet.
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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