Chillin' In Denim. SMEG's FAB28 Jeans Refrigerator In A Limited Edition of 500.





Smeg, which has developed home appliances for 60 years, and Italia Independent, a brand of creativity and style, have combined two icons: the FAB28 fridge and Jeans.



Using traditional objects combined with new ideas has inspired the two Italian brands to produce the first refrigerator covered entirely by jeans.




The FAB28 with its range of colors and soft curved lines is a functional but also decorative icon. Jeans have long been a part of our culture that communicates freshness and comfort, rebellion and style.





The fabric itself combines tradition and innovation. It is treated with PLASMA, a nanotechnology that protects the surface of the refrigerator against splashing water, oil, milk and fruit juice.



Specs:
The FAB28 Jeans stand alone refrigerator with freezing compartment by SMEG is now available in this Limited Edition with Denim Jeans design. This refrigerator features right hinged doors as well as left hinged doors.

Energy efficiency rating A++

Refrigerator:
• automatic defrosting
• interior lighting
• ventilator for dynamic cooling
• 1 bottle grid, 3 safety glass shelves
• 1 fruit & vegetable box
• 1 small cheese & cold cuts box
Inner door equipment:
• 2 small butter & cheese boxes
• 2 containers with stainless steel rail, height adjustable
• 1 egg container, removable
• 1 bottle & can container

The FAB28 Jeans, a limited edition of 500 pieces, made its world debut at the Salone del Mobile in Milan. In addition, this extraordinary example of fashionable technology can be admired in the Corso Monforte Smeg showroom in Milan.

Price is $2498.75

Purchase the Smeg FAB28 Jeans here

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