|Product Type:||Wine and Beverage Cooler|
|Storage:||4 wine bottles, 60 x 12-oz cans|
|Capacity:||3.0 cu. ft|
|Temperature:||40° and 65°F|
|Finish Optional:||Black cabinet, White cabinet, overlay frame glass door, black frame glass door, stainless frame glass door, overlay door, white frame glass door|
|Product dimensions:||34-1/4” H x 14-7/8” W x 23-5/8” D|
|15" Wine and Beverage Cooler||34.25" H x 14.88" W x 23.63" D||Unavailable|
|Product Category:||Wine Refrigerators|
Marvel Appliances 15" Wine and Beverage Cooler
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Marvel was founded in 1932, when the company began creating undercounter ice boxes. Electric refrigeration soon followed and with that, a new product category was born. Marvel’s growth throughout the years has always been lifestyle-driven, and the company has pioneered many important firsts on its path to becoming a major industry leader in the luxury refrigeration market. Marvel was the first to introduce a high-end undercounter wine storage model, and the first to re-define luxury refrigeration with its breakthrough introduction of the all-black interior - offering homeowners the opportunity to design refrigeration into any room in the home.
With the widespread growth of both “satellite kitchens” and outdoor entertaining, Marvel products provide the stylish accent—and dependable performance—that these luxury applications demand. Marvel undercounter wine storage and beverage refrigerators feature forced-air ventilation and quiet, powerful compressors with microprocessor controlled thermostats. With the ability to complement any décor, Marvel products are available in stunning designs, including sleek stainless steel, monochromatic color choices and overlay doors that precisely match surrounding cabinetry.
Today, Marvel is proud to use its innovative history to provide an unwavering commitment to its customers. Known for uncompromised quality, breathtaking array of design choices, and sheer luxury performance, Marvel - and Marvel products - remain at the forefront of the industry, a legacy that started with a simple ice box.