Cruise 130 Drink Stainless Steel - 4.6 cu.ft., DC Only, Right Swing, 4-Side Stainless Steel Flange, No Freezer Compartment
|Amperage||0.9 Amps at 120 Volts AC; 2.8 Amps at 12 Volts DC|
|Capacity||4.6 Cubic Feet|
|Dimensions||29.6" Height x 21.4" Width x 21.8" Depth|
Two Adjustable Shelves with Hatches for Tall Bottles
Three Door Shelves
Five Year Limited Warranty on each Compressor
Two Year Warranty on Parts
The CR 130 Drink offers plenty of room to keep liquid refreshments cold.
The CR-130 Drink is a refrigerator only, with a drink shelf substituted for the freezer compartment. All CR-130 models feature adjustable shelves, a crisper and a deep door with three shelves. For a custom look, the door panel may be replaced with a panel of your choice (purchase separately) to match your boat’s decor.
Designed for dependable service in tough marine environments, the Cruise line features nearly silent Danfoss compressors with low power consumption and the ability to operate at up to a 30° angle of heel. All models include an installation frame and interior light. DC only.
The innovative cooling evaporator is protected by an aluminum shield with built-in air circulation fan. The fan pulls cold air across the evaporator and circulates the air in a convection to keep temperatures the same on top and bottom shelves. A condesation tray positioned under the evaporator captures condensate and channels it out the back, into an evaporation tray. This keeps the Cruise 130 Drink free of frost issues and perfect for storing your favorite beverage.
The Isotherm Cruise 130 Drink refrigerator pairs perfectly with the Isotherm Cruise 90 Freezer to make the ideal side by side, under the counter refrigerator and freezer combination.
- Eliminates freezer to allow more space for drinks or other items that don't require freezing
- Air circulation fan equalizes temperature on top and bottom shelves
- Right swing door
- 4 sided stainless steel flange
- Quiet Danfoss compressor
- DC only
- Can operate at up to 30° angle of heel
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