Be the Master of your Domain with the FxF 60:40

Here I thought "split-level" referred only to homes-and among the least attractive ones at that. But this particular jargon has made a horizontal transfer of sorts to a very vertically-oriented product: Rangemaster's FxF 60:40 features, a "sleek split-level layout with impressive capacity... perfect for those who are pushed for space, but won't compromise on style." The long and lean fridge-freezer is a veritable cornucopia of functionality.

SFxF 60:40. Designed by Rangemaster.

Let's start with storage. Rangemaster prides themselves on the flexibility of their appliances, and the FxF is a case in point. in-door shelving, bottle racks, adjustable glass shelves, humidity-controlled crisper shelves, and a dedicated dairy niche conspire to use all of FxF's 11.8 cubic foot capacity. Then there's pin-point control over cooling. "Super Cool" and "Super Freeze" options (which make the FxF sound like it could be a super hero played by Sam Jackson) cool foods faster and with greater precision, enabling you to maintain recently-procured foods at their optimum temperature. The unit also boasts frost-free technology, an internal electric control panel, and a door-ajar alarm so you never have to worry about accidentally using your fridge as an AC unit-an all-too-common ecological faux pas. And speaking of the environment, FxF is A+ rated for energy efficiency (provided you don't disable the alarm).

Be the Master of your Domain with the FxF 60:40

Be the Master of your Domain with the FxF 60:40

Be the Master of your Domain with the FxF 60:40

In regards to looks, FxF is one tall drink of water. The piece stands in at 188 x 60 cm (about 6' 2" x 2'). At these dimensions, it may not give Yao Ming any trouble, but it will probably demand an occasional step ladder of lesser mortals. The tall and thin look is très chic to be sure-very European and a very smart use of space. Colors available include stainless, black, and cream, giving you options a plenty to match with your Rangemaster cooktop.

For another high-tech approach to refrigeration, check out yesterday's Baumatic Blast Chiller.

Via Appliancist.

Posted September 14, 2010 by Joseph Starr

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