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20” wide wine cellars designed for built-in use under lower ADA compliant counters
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SUMMIT’s SWC525LBIADA series features 20” wide wine cellars designed for built-in use under lower ADA compliant counters.
The SWC525LBIADA wine cellar is sized at 32” high and can be used built-in or freestanding. It has a reversible glass door with a factory installed lock. The auto defrost interior features adjustable scalloped shelves to hold wine bottles and a digital thermostat that allows easy management of your reds, whites, and champagnes.
With a slim-fitting footprint and an elegant design, the SWC525LBIADA is ideal for any setting looking for an affordable way to store and display a wine collection.
32" high to fit under lower ADA compliant counters
Slim 20" width
Full 4.5 cu.ft. capacity inside conveniently slim footprint
Make the best use of space by installing your appliance under the counter
Fully finished black cabinet
Allows the unit to be used freestanding
Provides a full display of stored contents
Reduced maintenance with auto defrost system
Factory installed lock
Keyed lock for secure interior
Electronic controls for precise temperature management, with indicator lights for red wine, white wine, and champagne temperatures
Six adjustable chrome shelves are specially designed to hold wine bottles
Turn the light on and off with a convenient rocker switch
User reversible door swing
Hospital grade cord with 'green dot' plug
Secure three-pronged cord for added unit safety
100% CFC Free
Environmentally friendly design with no ozone-damaging chemicals