A favorite of cocktail enthusiasts, wine lovers, and beer drinkers alike, our 24" 1 Class Beverage Center is the smart choice for a home bar companion. This model is available with a stainless steel glass door, or with integrated panel-ready finish options. Designed to store a combination of wine, beverages, and everything in between, U-Line's 1 Class installs beautifully into cabinetry, or in freestanding applications.
- Convection cooling system provides a quick cool down and consistent temperature
- Extended lower interior maximizes storage options
- Black interior
- LowE coated, argon gas filled, dual thermopane glass door provides protection from harmful UV Light
- Stainless steel full-wrap door and handle (7/8" diameter)
- Stainless steel grille (stainless model), black metal grille (integrated models)
- Two, three-quarter extension, black wine racks
- Two adjustable tempered glass shelves
- Digital touch pad control
- Temperature range: 34°F to 60°F
- Bright white LED lighting
- Volume of 5.5 holds up to 16 wine bottles (750 ml) and 85 bottles (12 oz) or 105 cans (12 oz)
- Field reversible door is shipped right-hand hinged
- Built-in or freestanding
- Four adjustable leveling legs
|Amps: Running (115 v)
|Capacity: Total Volume (cu ft)
|Capacity: Wine Bottle (750 ml)
||106 lbs (48 kg)
||34°F to 60°F
Energy Star Rated:
Offer Expires: 1/1/2022 to 6/30/2022 |
Must be postmarked by: 7/15/2022
Receive up to a $1,000 rebate with purchase of qualifying U-Line products. Rebate form must be postmarked by 7/15/2022.
Professional delivery and installation are available on most products. Please contact either the West Bend or Cedarburg location for more information.
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