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Danby Freestanding Beverage Centers
Danby has long been a leader in delivering refrigeration and specialty appliances ideal for any sized home. Danby makes freestanding beverage centers to keep your favorite drinks cool and add an air of luxury to your kitchen. A freestanding beverage center, unlike a built-in beverage center, is designed for flexible installation in any room of your house. The entire appliance collection demonstrates innovative engineering and contemporary styles and Danby’s freestanding beverage centers exceed this standard. These freestanding beverage centers are available in sizes of under 20" up to 24" wide and have a stylish finish on all sides which makes choosing the right location simple and flexible. Select models feature a precise blue LED thermostat to control forced fan cooling and ensuring even, cool temperatures throughout. Certain models offer reversible glass doors and blue interior LED lighting so you can display all of your favorite beverages. Adjustable shelves on these units offer great flexibility in accommodating various drink sizes. Pair your beverage center with other Danby appliances like one of their premium refrigerators refrigerators for modern, spacious cold storage. Keep your favorite wines chilled and on display with a stylish Danby wine cooler. When dinner is finished, efficiently clean your soiled dishes with a modern Danby dishwasher. For a stylish, flexible design and innovative technology, choose a Danby freestanding beverage center!
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