UCC1A in by U-Line in Norwalk, CT - U-Chill In-Counter Cooling Cylinder

U-Chill In-Counter Cooling Cylinder

U-Line UCC1A

Features

  • 27 different color options with optional color-flow setting
  • Control with just a touch
  • Dry cooling - no ice, no water
  • Cold jacket of air surrounds your beverage with an optimal ambient temp. range of 50°F-90°F

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U-Chill is the perfect serving companion. It maintains the temperature of chilled beverages while you enjoy them. Perfect for wine, champagne, craft beer, carafes, bottled water, spirits, and other beverages. Integrates beautifully in homes, hotel and restaurant lounges, suites, bars, serving stations, kitchens, bathrooms, entertainment areas, and more. U-Chill installs in minutes, is maintenance free, and is easy to clean. Handmade in England.

Features

  • 27 different color options with optional color-flow setting
  • Control with just a touch
  • Dry cooling - no ice, no water
  • Cold jacket of air surrounds your beverage with an optimal ambient temp. range of 50°F-90°F
  • Powers off automatically after 4 hours
  • Installs in 6 in. diameter opening in surfaces from 1/16" to 2
  • Plugs into standard 115V outlet (50/60 Hz)
  • AC/DC adapter included
  • Hand-polished marine-grade stainless steel (316L)
Item Details
Part Number UCC1A
Category Pro Refrigeration
UPS Shippable Y
Shipping Weight 7

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