|Item model number||EI24RD65KS|
Electrolux EI24RD65KSIQ-Touch 4.74 Cu. Ft. Stainless Steel Built-In Undercounter Drawer Refrigerator - Energy Star
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The EI24RD65KS 24 Refrigerator Drawers comes with the Luxury-Glide System PureAdvantage Air Filter the Luxury-Design lighting all in one package
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Just to let others know that either Amazon is intentionally stating "ships within 2-3 days" regardless of reality - or HCCost 'lets' Amazon perpetuate this notion.
The reality is that I ordered this on Dec 22 - and delivery is set for tomorrow - Jan 9. That's not 2-3 days. Normally I'd let it slide but this is holding back a kitchen build-out so if any others are in a time sensitive situation, what Amazon states isn't worth planning around.
I'll come back later and let you know how well this unit works.
*** Jan 12, 2014 update
Received, up and running, neat little unit - really freed up space in the regular fridge by moving all beverages and drink-making bottles to this fridge.
Temperature fluctuations are a bit higher than expected - despite being full of beverages, which should stabilize. I have mine set to Celcius - and it cycles plus/minus 3 degrees Celsius off setpoint. In other words, don't keep your milk in this one. Mine is set to 2 degrees C but the display shows from -1C to 6C and I think I saw even 7C.
Quiet enough, and I haven't built it in yet, just sitting in the kitchen right now.
Whoever designed this forgot about normal bottle heights - annoyingly - Campari, Vermouth and other bottles are a hair too tall to fit in the top drawer, standing up. Lower drawer is even lower. I had to lay the bottles down in the top drawer.
I take 1 point off for the temperature fluctuations, and 1 off for not accommodating standard adult beverage bottle height in the top drawer.
Good unit otherwise.
*** April 16, 2014 update
Thought I'd let you know that it's a quiet unit - built in. Still fluctuates more than I'd like, and I keep it stocked with lots of soda cans and other beverages, so the thermal mass is there. I think that Electrolux set a wide deadband on purpose to make it more energy efficient - rather than let users opt for a more frequent cycling to manage temperature swings better. The unit could do it, but we can blame the government regs for the wide fluctuations. (I'm a process control engineer, this is not a wild guess)