Fisher & Paykel’s 60cm integrated fridge includes high-tech features and clever design – suited for a modern, compact kitchen.
Designed to fit in a run of cabinets, this new integrated fridge has been designed for kitchens where furniture is the focal point. It has been constructed to allow only the smallest gaps between cabinetry, allowing smooth lines and fitting flush, with 2mm gaps, the fridge can be integrated to take up minimal space.
Helen Haider, Head of Marketing, Fisher & Paykel said: “Feedback from our customers is that Fisher & Paykel has some of the most desirable appliances available on the market today. But not everyone has the space for them. Our R&D team has worked extremely hard to pack in all the features of our most premium fridges into a smaller size shell to offer an aspirational product that would be at home in any London pied a terre. Compact living in cities has always been a necessary evil, but that doesn’t mean you have to compromise on the design and quality build of your fixtures and fittings. If anything, it’s a chance to get creative. Our 60cm fridge has ample space inside and takes up minimal external space, meaning it’s all about the storage and care of your produce.”
Care for fresh produce is at the heart of Fisher & Paykel’s refrigeration design. A Variable Temperature Drawer has been designed for the optimal storage of fresh meat, deli and dairy products that require a lower than standard fridge temperature of between -5°C and 3°C.
The fruit and vegetable bins also have varied humid environments to enable moisture to be retained at the right level, meaning nutrients are locked in to keep food fresher for longer.
There is also a fast freeze option which boosts the freezing speed by dropping the freezer to its coldest temperature of -24°C for 12 hours to ensure food is fast and fully frozen.
Other features include a built-in frost-free function and a Holiday Mode function that allows the fridge to run efficiently during times of rest. The fridge has an A++ energy rating.