Bertazzoni brings new striking fridge freezers to Britain

Premium kitchen appliance specialist, Bertazzoni, has launched two new built-in, bottom-mount fridge freezers.

Available in 75 and 90cm widths, the products offer some of the largest internal capacities in the category; 473L and 596L respectively via 75/25 fridge/freezer splits.

Featuring Bertazzoni’s FlexMode technology, the bottom compartment can quickly and easily be switched between fridge, freezer and zero-degrees modes.

The striking models can be supplied with either a stainless steel finish or panel-ready to be installed within (flush) or behind cabinetry. If opting for the former, coordinated handle kits will ensure the product matches with any existing appliances from Bertazzoni’s Professional, Heritage or Modern Series’.

Inside, featuring a white aluminium interior, the brand’s state of the art airflow system keeps the contents at set temperatures and cleverly reduces cold air loss when opening doors. Plus, the two refrigerator drawers are all metal, ensuring groceries stay crisp and fresh.

The total no frost models are A+ rated and feature energy-efficient LED lighting in the ceiling and side wall(s) to provide a fully-lit interior. The products and packaging are also 99 per cent recyclable, so are a great option for eco-conscious consumers.

Maurizio Severgnini, Managing Director at Bertazzoni UK & Ireland, said: “Our new combi fridge freezers are beautiful inside and out and the epitome of style, something Italy is famed for around the world.

“Offering the very best in design, technology and engineering, these products will really stand out in the showroom and are built to last forever, using metal and glass inside and out to provide optimum temperature management.

“With Bertazzoni appliances, the finest details are considered, even down to the ‘lift and swing’ door hinges which support flush installation and the three deep, adjustable balconies.

“Offering ultimate flexibility with a double-drawered bottom compartment, moveable shelves and FlexMode, to alter the storage to meet the requirements of the kitchen, these new models will certainly meet growing consumer demand for more cooling capacity.”