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Danby Beverage Centers
Danby beverage centers are a great addition to any kitchen, home bar, or dining area if you are looking for a fancy yet functional unit to cool your drinks. Danby beverage coolers come in a range of sizes - from compact 18 and 19 to more spacious 20 and 24 appliances. Whether you are looking for a freestanding or built-in beverage refrigerator, Danby has got you covered. Some Danby beverage centers have a combination of both freestanding and built-in. The freestanding Dandy models allow for more placement flexibility, the built-in models are ideal for under-counter storage; they boast a flush installation allowing for seamless integration with your kitchen cabinetry.
Danby beverage centers have different storage capacities ranging from 2.6 cu. ft. to 5.7 cu. ft. These units can hold as little as 59 cans to as high as 126 cans, so you get to choose a beverage storage solution that perfectly meets your needs. Some units can store up to 9 bottles of wine. However, if you are a wine enthusiast, Danby wine coolers can be a better solution.
When it comes to functionality, Danby beverage centers offer all features modern beverage centers provide. They incorporate a cutting-edge temperature management system with fan-force cooling and an advanced airflow system. The fan-forced cooling reduces the risk of inner temperature fluctuation and inconsistencies, while the advanced airflow system dissipates heat to increase the longevity of the cooling system Some Danby beverage coolers boast eco-friendly refrigerants that have little to no impact on the environment.
Several Danby beverage centers feature a quiet operation with low dBA. Several lighting options give flexibility in the illumination of the unit. Some models boast blue LED lighting that beautifully illuminates the compartment to give a clear view of the contents within. Built-in door locks secure the contents, and the door alarm notifies when the temperature goes higher than the set ones or the door was left open. Other units also have a low E-glass that seals in the cold, reflects the interior temperatures back inside the cooler, and keeps your beverages cold and protected.
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