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24" Undercounter Wine Cellar with Glass Door and Metal-Front Racks - Stainless Steel

KitchenAid KUWL314KSS

Available in 2 Color(s)

Quick Specs

  • Type: Wine Cooler
  • Energy Star Rated: No
 
This Undercounter Wine Cellar with Full-Extension Metal-Front Racks holds up to 46 standard Bordeaux-size bottles. Two Temperature-Controlled Zones let you separate reds and whites to store each at the temperature you enjoy, and Motion-Activated LED Lighting turns on as you approach, making it easy to see what's inside. Fully Flush Installation with Hidden Hinges provides a built-in look within cabinetry.
Specifications
Exterior
Handle Type Reach-Through Handle
Dimensions
Cabinet Width 23-7/8 in
Capacity 4.97 cu. ft.
Cutout Depth 24.0 in
Cutout Height 34-1/2 in
Cutout Width 24.0 in
Depth 26-7/16 in
Depth Closed Excluding Handles 23-5/8 in
Depth Closed Including Handles 26-7/16 in
Depth With Door Open 90 Degree 48.0 in
Height To Top Of Cabinet 34.15625 in
Height To Top Of Door Hinge 34-3/8 in
AHAM Volumes And Shelf Area
Bottle Capacity 46

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Wine Cooler

  • Features

  • Energy Star Rated: No

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Offer Expires: 7/1/2021 to 12/31/2021 Must be postmarked by: 1/30/2022

Receive up to a $1500 rebate with purchase of qualifying KitchenAid appliance package. Rebate form must be postmarked by 1/30/2022.

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