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Bosch has recently redesigned their iconic refrigerator. There is something quite marvelous about these appliances, especially if they look vintage. That's basically what this is: a new fridge that looks vintage.
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The Bosch Classic fridge has been revamped. It's got a new interior and new colors, so that it can match your kitchen design better. Stainless was cool, but vintage is now in. The Bosch refrigerator has got a compact and bulgy shape, including rounded corners and the iconic chrome handle. This fridge blends in something new into a design that never really went out of date. This fridge has existed in some form since 1949. It has survived fickle design trends and consumers.
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The fridge has received an A+ energy rating, which brings it up to spec with all modern fridges. Anti-batercial protection, transparent drawers, as well as a larger vegetable tray, bottle rack, and a four-star freezer compartment are included in this revision.This fridge is available in black, white, cappuccino, red, or quartz for about $2,600. Ouch! If you are in the market for a vintage-looking fridge, you might want to consider Smeg fridges. They are also iconic and available in a wider array of colors and can be about a grand less.
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[via Appliancist]