Out of 2 Ratings

Owner's of the Sub-Zero Refrigerator 700BR gave it a score of 5.0 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    5.0 out of 5
  • Durability

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  • Maintenance

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  • Performance

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  • Ease of Use

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Planning Information
Integrated Model 700BR
Dimensions in parentheses are in
millimeters unless otherwise specified.
Integrated refrigeration is compatible with virtually any
style and look of cabinetry. The models can be used with
framed as well as frameless cabinets. Because of the
precise application and the look you may want to achieve,
there are important questions you need to answer before
ordering panels for the drawers. As you look at styles of
cabinets, keep some important facts in mind:
IMPORTANT NOTE: The depth of each Integrated unit is
24" (610) from the front of the unit to its back. You
allow for the thickness of the panel you are applying when
planning for the finished rough opening depth if you want
the front panel to be flush with surrounding cabinetry. You
may have to move the unit back into drywall or bring the
cabinets forward to achieve a flush fit.
Weight Limitations The weight of each drawer panel
cannot exceed 12 lbs (5 kg).
Panel Thickness – Dr
awer panels must be a minimum of
/8" (16) thick.
The toe kic
k clear
ance can vary with the height of the
lower drawer panel; the maximum panel height is 16
(424). You must keep a minimum space of 4" (102) clear
below the bottom edge of the lower dr
awer panel so the
unit can be properly vented.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The inside edges of the rough
opening, as well as the sides and a portion of the backside
of the decorative panels will need to be finished, as they
will be exposed when the drawers are open.
e recommend using D-style handles. Locate handles in
the top center area of the drawer panels.