24 inch Beverage Refrigerator - 175 Cans Capacity Beverage Cooler- Fit Perfectly into 24" Space Built in Counter or Freestanding - for Soda, Water, Beer or Wine (2023)

  • Kalamera 24 Inch Built in Beverage Cooler 5.3 Cu.ft 175 Can Single Zone Beverage Fridge Refrigerator

Kalamera 24 Inch Built in Beverage Cooler 5.3 Cu.ft 175 Can Single Zone Beverage Fridge Refrigerator

Kalamera 24 Inch Built in Beverage Cooler 5.3 Cu.ft 175 Can Single Zone Beverage Fridge Refrigerator

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  • Brand:Kalamera
  • Product Code:KRC-150BV
  • Availability:In Stock
  • $689.00

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★GREAT STORAGE: In just under 23”X24” of floor space you get storage space for up to 175 cans of your favorite cold beverages!
★SLEEK DESIGN: Stainless steel and transparent glass front with blue LED lighting add elegant design and practical function to your home.
★REMOVABLE WIRE RACKS: Five wire racks remove easily to quickly add cases of beer or soda cans.
★ADVANCED COMPRESSOR: Whisper-quiet compressor maintains even cool temperature longer, with fewer stops and starts!
★TEMPERATURE MEMORY FUNCTION: Restore the set temperature in the cooler after it is back on from power lost, which keeps your wine collection from going bad with increasing temperature.

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Technical Details

Bottle Capacity
175 Cans
Inner Capacity5.3 Cu.Ft Wine Storage Space
Cool Circulation Fan Dual Inner Fan
# Of Door(S)1
Door TypeUV Tinted, Dual Pane
Reversible DoorYes
LockYes
DefrostFrost Free
Door DirectionSwing to Right
Temperature ZonesSingle Zone
Temperature Range38-50 °F
Working Ambient Temperature41°F - 95°F
Venting DirectionFront Bottom
Shelving MaterialPainted Wire
Removable Shelving Yes
Number of Shelves5
Control TypeTouch Knob Panel
LightingLED
InstallationAdjustable Legs,Built-In or Freestanding
Voltage & Amps100-120V/ 60Hz / 1.5A

Dimension

Product Dimensions
W23.4” x H33” x D22.4”
Suggested Built-In Dimension
W23.8” x H33.2” x D25.4”

Warranty & Certification

WarrantyLimited 1-Year Replacement Parts
CertificationETL Compliance with US and Canada Safety Standards

What’s in the carton

Wine Cooler1
Door Handle1
Handle Installation Screws1 Bag
User Manual 1
Warranty Card 1
Door Hinge1

Tips

❤ Please do leave at least 3 inch at the back of cabinet for power plug space

❤ Sample bottles are 2.75” in diameter and 11.8“ in height,If you need to put larger bottle, such as Champagne, please remove some shelves for more space

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  • 24 inch Beverage Refrigerator - 175 Cans Capacity Beverage Cooler- Fit Perfectly into 24" Space Built in Counter or Freestanding - for Soda, Water, Beer or Wine (19)

    Is your refrigerator space taken up by cases of soda or beer? How would you like to add efficient storage, keep your favorite beverages icy cold, and improve the look of your entertainment area?

    Once you've seen our Kalamera 154-can beverage cooler, we know you're going to want one for your own home entertainment area! It can be installed under the counter in your kitchen or bar, or can be used as a free-standing unit in your family or dining area, man cave or entertainment area! The refrigerator is designed from stainless steel, with triple-layered transparent glass door insert. It's lit by blue LED lights that are soft and yet highlight where to find the soda or beer during the big game! Our Kalamera refrigerators are built with whisper-quiet compressors, to maintain temperatures from 38-50°F without constant starts and stops. It also have a temperature memory function, will restore the set temperature in the cooler after it is back on from power lost, which keeps your wine collection from going bad with increasing temperature. Racks are easy to remove for fast and efficient stocking, and you can get back to enjoying time with your family and friends! This model takes up under 23”x24” of floor space, giving you a space for perfectly chilled beer and soda that eliminates unsightly cases and drippy coolers! How does it get any better than this?

    24 inch Beverage Refrigerator - 175 Cans Capacity Beverage Cooler- Fit Perfectly into 24" Space Built in Counter or Freestanding - for Soda, Water, Beer or Wine (20)

    24 inch Beverage Refrigerator - 175 Cans Capacity Beverage Cooler- Fit Perfectly into 24" Space Built in Counter or Freestanding - for Soda, Water, Beer or Wine (21)

    SPECIFICATION

    ☆ Built-in or freestanding installation

    ☆Blue interior LED light

    ☆Security lock

    ☆Reversible door

    ☆Input voltage: 110 V/60 Hz

    ☆Input power: 90W

    ☆Rated current: 1.5A

    ☆Weight: 104.5 lbs

    ☆Dimension(without handle): W14.9” x H33.9” x D22.4”

    ☆Dimension(with handle): W14.9” x H33.9” x D24.2”

    ☆Suggested built-in dimension: W15.3” x H34.1” x D22.4”

    24 inch Beverage Refrigerator - 175 Cans Capacity Beverage Cooler- Fit Perfectly into 24" Space Built in Counter or Freestanding - for Soda, Water, Beer or Wine (22)

  • Compressor cooling
  • Digital LED temperature control
  • 5 sliding metal shelves
  • Cooling temperaturerange: 38-50°F
  • Temperature Memory Function

    The camp refrigerator memorizes the last set temperature if it is turned off.. So you no need to re-set the temperature when when you need to pre-cool the car cooler on a 110 volt household electrical socket and plug it into the 12 volt car cigarette lighter.

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    Smart Digital Control

    LCD temperature display enables you to tune the temp to your favorite degree between 38-50°F. The thermal meter brings with itself a function to restore your cooler back to the set temperature from a power lost, which can protect your cold beverage from the increasing temp in case you forget the lower the temp.

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    Advanced Cooling Technology

    With quality compressor unit and outstanding compressor vibration reduction gear, Kalamera Beverage Cooler offers evenly cooled space for your cans and bottles with minimized vibration. Your bottles can lay quietly and safe in the cooler. You can also enjoy the quietness with your guest sitting by the cooler.

    24 inch Beverage Refrigerator - 175 Cans Capacity Beverage Cooler- Fit Perfectly into 24" Space Built in Counter or Freestanding - for Soda, Water, Beer or Wine (25)

    Nice Shelves

    The shelf is nice looking and strong enough to hold your collection, and soft enough to protect your cans without being scratched. On two sides of each shelf placed two stoppers, stopping the shelf when it is pulled half way out, keeping the bottle from falling off the shelf

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    Safety Lock

    The built-in universal hexagon bolt lock guarding your beverage refrigerator so only you can manage your cooler storage space, preventing kids playing with your beverage or frequent opening with temperature changing and affect your cold drink.

    24 inch Beverage Refrigerator - 175 Cans Capacity Beverage Cooler- Fit Perfectly into 24" Space Built in Counter or Freestanding - for Soda, Water, Beer or Wine (27)

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    \u2606Blue interior LED light

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    \u2606Reversible door

    \u2606Input voltage: 110 V/60 Hz

    \u2606Input power: 90W

    \u2606Rated current: 1.5A

    \u2606Weight: 104.5 lbs

    \u2606Dimension(without handle): W14.9\u201d x H33.9\u201d x D22.4\u201d

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  • 5 sliding metal shelves
  • Cooling temperaturerange: 38-50\u00b0F
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    Temperature Memory Function

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    Advanced Cooling Technology

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    With quality compressor unit and outstanding compressor vibration reduction gear, Kalamera Beverage Cooler offers evenly cooled space for your cans and bottles with minimized vibration. Your bottles can lay quietly and safe in the cooler. You can also enjoy the quietness with your guest sitting by the cooler.

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    FAQs

    What is the difference between a wine fridge and a beverage fridge? ›

    Beverage centers are usually a few degrees cooler than wine coolers. If you are avid about your wine being chilled to a specific temperature, you'll need a wine cooler. Vibration dampening shelves or rods are a must with wine coolers. Beverage centers do not typically have vibration dampening capabilities.

    What is the best wine and beverage refrigerator? ›

    Our winner is the Lanbo Compact Stainless Steel Drink Refrigerator. Celine Bossart is a New York-based freelance journalist and photographer specializing in wine and spirits. We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process.

    Which is no 1 fridge brand in the world? ›

    GE. The refrigerators made by GE are among the most dependable products on the market. Their French door models are very popular and include features such as a water dispenser, an ice maker, an attractive interior design, a door-in-door design, Wi-Fi connectivity, and temperature control.

    What is the difference between a beverage cooler and a beverage refrigerator? ›

    A beverage refrigerator, also known as a beverage cooler or beverage center, is smaller than a traditional refrigerator. Because of the smaller size, the unit uses less energy which can save you money on your electrical bill. It is usually designed explicitly for holding cans and bottles.

    What is the difference between a mini fridge and a beverage cooler? ›

    While a mini fridge has different compartments that are used to house produce, meats, and cheeses, beverage coolers, or dual zone fridges, such as the NewAir AWB-360DB Dual Zone Wine and Beverage Cooler, are equipped with metal shelves that perfectly cradle your wine, beer or juices.

    Does a beverage cooler get as cold as a refrigerator? ›

    Depending on the model, a beverage center can cool drinks to temperatures as low as 4 degrees Celsius. While this is a nice, refreshing temperature to enjoy a favourite drink, it will not keep ice cream frozen. Many compact fridges, on the other hand, can be set to temperatures lower than 4 degrees.

    How long do beverage refrigerators last? ›

    Typically, the lifespan of a beverage refrigerator is 10 to 15 years.

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    What should I look for in a beverage fridge? ›

    • Compressor Systems: Most refrigerators operate with a compressor. ...
    • LED Light: Good interior lighting helps you read beverage labels quickly. ...
    • Double-Pane Glass or Solid Stainless-Steel Door: Both double-pane glass and solid stainless-steel doors provide outstanding insulation to keep all the cold air inside.
    15 Nov 2019

    Is buying a wine fridge worth it? ›

    A wine fridge is helpful because it can maintain the proper temperature for your wine. Your regular fridge likely gets opened and closed quite often, which can cause its temperature to fluctuate. Constant temperature fluctuations are harmful to bottles of wine.

    Do mini fridges waste a lot of electricity? ›

    But they aren't as efficient at using energy. In our latest refrigerator tests, some mini refrigerators used as much energy as a full-sized refrigerator, and one used more energy than several of the largest refrigerators we've tested.

    What should you not do with a mini fridge? ›

    Don't use the mini fridge outdoors or anywhere it is likely to come into contact with the elements. Don't place a mini fridge near cookers, radiators, or in direct sunlight, as this will result in it having to work harder to maintain the required internal temperature.

    What is the biggest problem with LG refrigerators? ›

    Unfortunately, many LG users have reported that they have had problems with their compressors. The most common culprit is a faulty seal, which can stop the compressor from being able to run. So, if your fridge is running but not cooling, then there is a good chance you have an issue with your compressor.

    What's the difference between a wine cooler and a beverage cooler? ›

    What is the difference between a wine cooler, beverage cooler and refrigerator? A wine cooler is set to a higher temperature range than a refrigerator or beverage cooler because wine should not be stored as cold as other beverages. On average a wine cooler will not offer temperatures below 46°F degrees.

    Can you use a beverage fridge as a wine fridge? ›

    A beverage fridge is similar to a wine fridge. Be wary, however, about storing your wines with other beverages—the wine will need a higher temperature. Depending on how you set the internal thermostat, you may be forced to choose between a bottle of wine that's too cold or a can of beer that's too warm.

    Can you put wine in a beverage cooler? ›

    While it's best to store your wine in a refrigerator that is specially designed for wine, you can definitely store wine in an outdoor beverage refrigerator.

    How much space do you need for a beverage fridge? ›

    Allow 5 inches of space between the back of the unit and the wall, while also allowing at least 2-5 inches, depending on your model, for any adjacent wall. Avoid moist and damp areas. Too much moisture will cause frost to form quickly on the evaporator, and your unit will have to be defrosted more frequently.

    Can you put milk in a beverage fridge? ›

    Beverage Refrigerators Let You Enjoy Your Drinks More

    Soda, milk, and bottled water each have ideal serving temperatures that may be different from your regular fridge. Soft drinks can be as cold as you like, and milk needs to be below 40 degrees Fahrenheit to prevent bacterial contamination.

    Can you put a beverage cooler in a cabinet? ›

    Make sure the floor space is clean and dry. Place the cooler in the cabinet and use the leveling feet and shims (if needed) along with your level to make sure the cooler is level.

    Is a wine fridge cold enough for beer? ›

    A wine fridge is perfect for chilling bottled water, soda, sparkling water, juice, energy drinks, lemonade, and even other alcoholic beverages like beer and wine coolers.

    Is air cooler cold like air conditioner? ›

    Both air cooler and air conditioners essentially do the same thing — produce cool air. The difference lies in how they cool the air. Air coolers use a fan to blow hot air through a water-soaked pad. As air passes through the pad, the water evaporates and cools the air.

    What is the best temperature for a beverage cooler? ›

    However, the industry standard typically dictates that the optimal temperatures should be between 35 and 38 degrees for commercial refrigerators and as low as -15 degrees for freezers. There are many other factors that might dictate the appropriate temperature for commercial beverage refrigerators.

    What type of refrigerator lasts the longest? ›

    Historically, fridges with freezers on top or bottom tend to last the longest, and those from well-known refrigerator brands like Whirlpool and LG tend to top lists for most reliable. The fewer parts that can fail translates into a model that could potentially last longer and cost less to repair.

    Do high end refrigerators last longer? ›

    Luxury models don't simply have better longevity than basic or mid-range models — they're designed to perform flawlessly for decades. And even if a part happens to break down or malfunction along the way, high-end appliances typically come with comprehensive warranties and excellent customer service.

    What's the longest a refrigerator can last? ›

    Most refrigerators are designed to last between 10 and 20 years. If you're having any of the other problems on this list and the fridge is over ten years old, you'll probably save more money in the long run by simply replacing it. Otherwise, you could sink money into repairs for a fridge that's already on its way out.

    Which is best refrigerator in 2022? ›

    • Samsung 253 L 3 Star Inverter Frost-Free Double Door Refrigerator. ...
    • Whirlpool 265 L 3 Star Inverter Frost-Free Double Door Refrigerator. ...
    • Haier 195 L 4 Star Direct-Cool Single-Door Refrigerator. ...
    • Haier 570 L with Inverter Side-by-Side Door Refrigerator. ...
    • Whirlpool 265L double door refrigerator.
    3 Nov 2022

    What are your top 3 must haves in your fridge? ›

    Here're 10 Must-Have Fridge Essentials:
    • Milk And Curd: These are two of the most important dairy products that often turn out to be instrumental in the day-to-day routine. ...
    • Canned Foods: ...
    • Butters And Sauces: ...
    • Lemons: ...
    • Juices: ...
    • Nuts And Seeds: ...
    • Dried Fruits: ...
    • Cheese:
    2 Aug 2021

    What is the most popular color of refrigerator? ›

    One of the most common colors for appliances, white has been a popular choice for several decades. It offers a more traditional look and feel to your kitchen while also brightening up the space.

    Why does my beverage fridge keep freezing? ›

    This occurs as warmer humid air enters the inside of the unit faster than the humidity can be removed by the cooling system. If possible, try limiting the number of times the door is open and closed.

    Do wine fridges use a lot of electricity? ›

    A wine refrigerator will use less to equal amounts of electricity as a regular kitchen refrigerator. If you are running a large 300 bottle capacity wine fridge, it will use more electricity than a small six-bottle wine fridge.

    Does built in wine fridge add value? ›

    I'm renovating my kitchen, and considering adding a wine refrigerator. Would that be good for the resale value of my home? A. In most kitchens, a wine refrigerator would be considered a positive addition, as long as you're not compromising storage space to install it.

    Do wine fridges give off heat? ›

    It's normal for the sides of a refrigerator or wine cooler to feel warm to the touch. The compressor generates heat as it runs, and that heat is disbursed through coils that are close to the outside surfaces.

    Does a mini fridge make your electric bill go up? ›

    Mini Fridges Save Electricity

    In fact, a small fridge can actually lower your energy use if you're in the habit of opening your big kitchen refrigerator a lot just to grab the next cold drink. A mini-fridge loses a lot less cold air than your kitchen fridge every time you open it, because it is so small.

    Do mini fridges make your bill go up? ›

    Mini fridges won't eat up your energy bill, but there are factors to take into consideration to avoid large operating costs. Look for mini fridges that are the correct size and Energy Star-rated to keep costs down.

    Why are there little bugs in my fridge? ›

    Gnats, flies, ants, and roaches are the most common bugs that can get into your fridge. They can enter your refrigerator through crevices, cracks, or some broken corners. If you shop at a food store or supermarket that has a bug problem, you may be bringing these pests home with you unintentionally.

    Which brand is number 1 in refrigerator? ›

    Samsung. Samsung is now the most popular brand of home appliances in India as a result of its high-quality, competitively priced products. The larger, more versatile Samsung refrigerators are available.

    What refrigerator has the least service calls? ›

    Whirlpool refrigerators continue to get particularly high marks for their reliability and quality. Yale Appliance rates them as the best for reliability, which means Whirlpool fridges tend to get the least service calls out of all the top brands.

    Can you keep eggs in a mini fridge? ›

    Yes, this mini refrigerator can keep milk,eggs and many more items cold just like a larger one. It has temperature settings to make as cold as needed.

    Why refrigerator should not be kept in kitchen? ›

    You should position your refrigerator in the kitchen if there is an adequate room. The kitchen limits the energy associated with the fridge's metallic build. The fire element of the kitchen helps balance out energies. Refrigerators should never be kept facing north-east.

    What brand of refrigerator has the least problems? ›

    Most Reliable Refrigerator Brands: GE, Bosch, Whirlpool, KitchenAid. Based on my interviews with appliance service professionals, Yale's annual reliability report, and consumer reviews, GE, Whirlpool, KitchenAid, and Bosch are the most reliable refrigerator brands right now.

    Which is the best water dispenser fridge? ›

    These custom fridges with bottom drawer-freezers can have internal or external water dispensers.
    ...
    Top 3 French Door Fridges With Water Dispensers
    • GE Profile Smart French Door Refrigerator And Water Dispenser.
    • Frigidaire French Door Fridge With Water Dispenser.
    • Samsung French Style Refrigerator With Water Dispenser.

    Why do new refrigerators not last as long? ›

    In addition to broad economic factors that affect all durable goods, appliance lifespans are shorter for a few specific reasons. The first is that production of individual components is frequently outsourced to the least-expensive third-party manufacturers.

    What is better bottom or top water dispenser? ›

    The Bottom Line

    If you're buying a water dispenser for your home or for a small office, your best choice is probably a bottom loading water dispenser. They provide all the benefits of a top loading water dispenser without any of the drawbacks. They're reasonably priced, easy to load, won't spill or cause back stain.

    Is it worth getting a water dispenser fridge? ›

    Water dispensers and ice makers are handy features to have, as they not only allow your family and guests to keep cool during those hot days, but they may also help you save energy in the long run, as there is no need to open the fridge door and allow the cool air to escape.

    What is the most reliable refrigerator and ice maker? ›

    Best Overall: Frigidaire Gallery® 21.8 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel Counter Depth French Door Refrigerator (FG4H2272UF)
    • Extra tall ice and water dispenser.
    • PureSource Ultra II Ice & Water Filtration.
    • TwinTech Cooling System.
    • OpenAccess Door.
    • Custom-Flex Temp Drawer.
    • Energy Star certified.
    21 Jan 2022

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