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NewAir Froster and Beverage Refrigerator, Freestanding 125 Can Chiller with Party and Turbo Mode, Chills to 23 Degrees, Black
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- Holds up to 125 cans
- Turbo mode frosts beverages in under 1-hour
- Party mode prevents temperature fluctuations for 6-hours
- Chills drinks from 23°F - 72°F
- Heated glass door stays frost-free
- Freestanding design parties anywhere
- Adjustable and removable shelves
23 Degrees: One of the coldest beverage fridges on the market
At this frosty temperature, your mass market American beer will taste its best. Store more than just light beer at 23 degrees: beer mugs, whisky glasses, or mini kegs can all be kept in your Froster to be served up icy cold. It is not recommended to store all types of beverages at 23°F. When storing beverages for long periods of time, follow the Froster temperature guide to make sure your drinks are safely stored and ready to enjoy.
Turbo Mode: Never drink a lukewarm beverage again
Turbo mode is a last-minute errand runner's dream. As soon as you put your beverages in the Froster, turn on Turbo mode. In only an hour you will get beer that is frosty-cold and ready to drink. Once your lukewarm beer turns ice cold, the mode turns off and the Froster adjusts to the set temperature.
Party Mode: Built to withstand thirsty partygoers
Do people keep opening your fridge door and letting all the cool air out? Party mode keeps the Froster compressor on for 6-hours straight. No matter how many times that door swings open, Party mode will keep your beer frosty-cold and tasting it's best. Finally, a fridge that can keep up. Once those six hours are up, the Froster adjusts to the temperature set on the digital thermostat.
Heated Glass: Insulated door with a frost-free look
A heated glass door stays frost-free under the coldest conditions. You'll always be able to keep your eye on what's inside. Plus, the heated glass adds to the sleek design of the black statement exterior.
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