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- Temperature range from 36°F - 64°F
- Stores up to 84 cans or 28 wine bottles
- Stainless steel exterior
- Weight: 76 lbs
- Dimensions: 33.5" H x 14.6" W x 24.4" D
- Durable 304-grade stainless steel
- Digital temperature readout
- Bright interior lighting for display
- Weight: 120 lbs
- Dimensions: 33.5”H x 23.75”W x 25.5”D
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An outdoor refrigerator is designed to handle a wide variety of environmental conditions that would render an indoor unit inoperable. The most notable condition is the ability for an outdoor unity to deal with broader temperature ranges that can fluctuate greatly during the course of a day. There are still minimum and maximum operating ranges for each outdoor refrigerator so be sure to pick one that best fits your climate.
Additionally, an outdoor unit must be able to handle potentially wet or humid conditions . The electrical components in an outdoor unit are weatherproofed to prevent the damage that excess moisture can cause. It will handle most typical weather conditions but nature can be extreme.
An outdoor fridge will also have a stainless steel exterior. Weather conditions over type will cause rust in the typical metals used to make refrigerators. Stainless steel is very sturdy and does not rust, making it the choice material outdoor appliances.
Built In or Freestanding?
Depending on how you utilize your refrigerator, there are option to keep the unit freestanding and somewhat portable or built in as part of an outdoor kitchen arrangement. The main difference between those two option comes down to ventilation.
A built in unit vents on the bottom front of the unit. Excess heat generated from its regular operations is blown out in order to keep it running smoothly. This configuration is more expensive.
Freestanding fridges vent out the back of the unit and is typical of most refrigerators you encounter. It is possible to install thing in a built-in scenario but there must be adequate spacing to that the heat is allowed to properly dissipate. This is not recommended as improper heat dissipation will reduce the operating life of the unit.
Setting Up Your Outdoor Living Space
An outdoor fridge is just the first step when it comes to making your backyard a more enjoyable space. Be sure to talk a look at our selection of grills and smokers. If you are a novice or if you’ve won awards for best brisket, we have a grill to suit your needs.
Additionally, the furniture you choose will ultimately determine how comfortable you are in your outdoor space. Coming a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, shop our patio furniture selection to find that set that fits your sense of style and your budget.
Lastly If you live in an area where the winters get really cold, then be sure to talk a look at our fire pits and chimineas.
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