Smeg’s iconic FAB range welcomes a new member to its revered family – one that’s small in size but big on personality.
19 September, 2014
FAB fridges have amassed a loyal following over the years, and its new mini addition promises to be no different. Sporting the same curvaceous retro styling as its FAB fridge relatives, the FAB5 is small but big on impact. Its neat stature of 730mm matched with a width of 404mm is the ideal chilled-out design piece for commercial spaces. Weighing in at only 17.5kg, and with a completely silent noise level, there’s no limit to its multi-purpose character and movability: be it a hotel suite, an office space, or a shop, the FAB5 can go anywhere and
complement a myriad settings thanks to its size, style, and hues of cream, black, red, orange or Union Jack. What makes Smeg’s FAB range so exciting is the way its fuses new elements with forms from the past, and the FAB5 is the latest interpretation of this philosophy. The FAB5 Mini Fridge features an adjustable thermostat, two shelves which can be interchanged over five heights, a bottle holder and snack compartment in the door, an ice cube tray, internal LED lighting, easy-to-clean surfaces, a right-hand or left-hand hinged door with chrome handle, and a 40L-net internal capacity. The FAB5’s homage to the past lies in design – the rest is all about the most up-to-date technology. With an unmistakable aesthetic, it can be coordinated with complementary FAB fridges and dishwashers if one piece is simply not enough. For a small refrigerator the FAB5 is the big chill – for those who think big. Smeg’s FAB range is carried in Singapore at APS Lifestyle.
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