Summit Built-In 15" Wide Beverage Center  Model:SCR1536


  • Height: 33.5" - 34.5"
  • Width: 14.75"
  • Depth: 22.25"

  • Interior:
  • Height: 25.5"
  • Width: 12"
  • Depth: 17.5"

  • Compressor Step:
  • Height: 4.5"
  • Width: 12"
  • Depth: 5"
  • Summit Built-In 15" Wide Beverage Center
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    Summit Built-In 15" Wide Beverage Center

    Designed for freestanding use or built-in installation in narrow 15-inch wide spaces, the Summit 15" Wide Beverage Center (b>SCR1536) is perfect for tight spaces. This unit has a reversible glass door with stainless steel trim for an attractive view of cans and bottles. A factory-installed door lock keeps your beverages secure when you're not around. A digital thermostat with external temperature readout in Celsius or Fahrenheit gives you easy control over the temperature, which can be set anywhere from 34°F to 43°F.

    Four adjustable chrome shelves offer loads of storage for your beverages. The auto defrost interior is fully lit by an energy efficient LED light so you'll never fumble blindly in the dark for your beverage of choice. The black cabinet and flush design fit easily under a counter and are attractive for freestanding use. For a complete bar set, pair this unit with the Summit SWC1535 15" Wide Wine Cellar.

    • Built-In Capable:

      This unit features a flush design and front venting, allowing you to make the best use of space by installing your appliance under the counter
    • Reversible Glass Door:

      The reversible glass door keeps your installation options flexible and offers a full display of your stored beverage collection with a heat-safe double tempered design, and the stainless steel trim is sturdy and attractive
    • Digital Thermostat:

      Electronic controls give you precise control over temperature, anywhere from 34°F to 43°F

    Specifications & Manuals

    • Model: SCR1536
    • Brand: Summit
    • Built-in capable
    • Factory installed lock
    • Digital thermostat
    • Digital display
    • LED lighting
    • Automatic defrost
    • 4 adjustable chrome shelves
    • Professional stainless steel look handle
    • Flush back design
    • 100% CFC free
    • ETL & ETL-C listed
    • Warranty: 1 year parts & labor, 5 years compressor
    • Summit 15" Wide Beverage Center
    • Reversible glass door with stainless steel trim
    • Height adjustable with 4 level legs
    • Slim 15" width for installation in narrow spaces
    • Fully finished black cabinet
    • Temperature range: 34°F - 43°F
    • Freon type: R134a
    • High side PSI: 270.0
    • Low side PSI: 103.0
    • Electrical: 115V / 60Hz / 1.2A
    • Weight: 77 lbs
    • Interior dimensions: 25.5" H x 12" W x 17.5" D
    • Compressor step dimensions: 4.5" H x 12" W x 5" D
    • Exterior dimensions: 33.5-34.5" H x 14.75" W x 22.25" D

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    Customer Reviews

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    Summit 15" Wide Beverage Center 3.5 5 2 2
    Great beverage center This unit is great for my use. The sodas and beer are kept cold. Looks good in my bar. I would like to have purchased a larger one, but I didn't have the room. Money well spent. November 15, 2013
    Disappointed with this purchase I was in the market for a 15" beverage fridge, but didn't want to pay for "first tier" brand prices (i.e. Viking, Sub Zero, U-Line, etc.) Compact Appliance had about 4 fridges in the 2nd tier price range. This was the most expensive of the cheap-o's, but I opted for it as it offered the lowest cold temperature setting (said it could go to 34 degrees, where others were in the upper 30 degree area for coldest setting). As you can see from researching, this unit is a good 30% to 40% more expensive than the competition. The first unit arrived damaged, but that is a whole other story and of course no fault of the manufacturer or seller. When I got the 2nd unit, installed it (switching the door hinge to the other side is not as easy as the instructions seem to make it!), and fired it up, all seemed fine. The fit and finish on the unit is pretty good, and I would not say it is exceptionally loud as it runs. However, over the course of the next few weeks, I found that my beers just didn't seem that cold. I had the thermostat set at the lowest possible temp. To satisfy my curiousity, I put a glass of water in the fridge and left it for 24 hours. Then, using a professional-grade instant-read digital thermometer, I measured the temp. 52 degrees! I re-tested over the course of the next several hours, just to be sure. It always read 52 degrees. So, I contacted Summit and they dispatched a repair person. The repair person did in fact find issues with the unit; something wrong with the auto-defrost, and something about the thermister (?) So, now it has been repaired, I measured the temp again. The coldest this unit will get is 43 degrees. As always, I don't understand how my giant KitchenAid home refrigerator--which cost about as much as this one--can keep a steady temp of 36 degrees for 10 years without so much as a service call, yet this tiny unit can't manage to get below 40, right out of the factory. I'd recommend you look elsewhere...spend less and hopefully get more! May 20, 2013
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