15" Width Beverage and Wine Fridge

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Marvel 15" Width Beverage and Wine Fridge - Black/Stainless Steel

The Marvel 15" Width Beverage and Wine Fridge (3BARMBSG) offers slim, compact, built-in capable storage for beverages at your desired temperature. This unit can store up to 4 wine bottles and 60 12-ounce canned beverages. This dual-zone temperature unit allows you to cool beverages and wines in separate temperature zones, with the upper and lower zones able to be set between 40 and 65 degrees F. It boasts touch controls and an amber LED display, letting you adjust and monitor the internal temperature. Marvel's exclusive MicroSentry™ system will alert you with a visual and audible alarm if the temperature is higher or lower than your desired point for an extended period of time.

The solid white maple trim on the front of the racks can be custom finished to match any cabinetry. The 3BARM is packaged with one (1) pull-out wine rack, one (1) slide-out wine shelf, and two (2) adjustable coated-wire shelves. This unit features a right hinged argon-filled, dual-pane, tinted glass door; providing insulation and protecting your bottles from UV rays. The glass door comes with a stainless steel frame.


  • Model: 3BARMBSG
    Marvel 15" Width Beverage and Wine Fridge
  • Brand: Marvel
    Front venting for true built-in installation
  • Amber LED display
    Finished top and sides for optional freestanding installation
  • Dual temperature zone
    Beverage storage section has room for 60 12-oz. cans
  • Beverage storage: 40º -65ºF
    Double pane, tinted, UV resistant glass door
  • Elegant high gloss black interior
    Adjustable thermostat
  • Stores up to 4 wine bottles and 60 12-ounce beverages
    Input voltage: 120 V/60 Hz
  • Auto defrost
    Power: 100 W/2.0 A
  • Interior light
    Weight: 100 lbs
  • 15" inches wide- fits standard cabinet cavities
    Dimensions: 34 1/4" H x 14 7/8" W x 23 5/8" D
  • Warranty: 1 year; 5 years compressor; in-home service