Kelvinator Refrigerators and Freezers
Founded way back in 1914, Kelvinator was one of the earliest companies to manufacture self-contained refrigerators and freezers. Since then, its legacy lives on under Electrolux without compromising on the quality standards and goodwill it established over almost a century. Pick between standing refrigerators and chest freezers to keep all of your food fresh, with modern as well as vintage Kelvinator refrigerators and freezers to choose from.Chest Freezers
Chest freezers are the best for small businesses or homes that consume a lot of meat and other perishables. They are roomy and range widely in size so you can choose the perfect one for you. For instance, the KCCF070QW unit is a 7 cubic feet chest freezer small enough to be efficient for the home. But if you need twice the volume, then the KCCF140WH doubles the area but boasts low energy consumption and has a soft closing lid mechanism despite the large solid top lid.Standing Refrigerators and Freezers
Standing or reach-in refrigerators save space because of their tall design and efficient use of interior area. Kelvinator top refrigerators, such as the Impression Series 640, use a twin air mechanism that freezes without frost. The 536L Top Mount Refrigerator maximises storage with 395 litres of fridge space and 141 litres of freezer space so you can store all your perishables comfortably in one place. It also features a large, spacious crisper at the bottom to keep plenty of vegetables fresh throughout the week.Retro Refrigerators and Freezers
Vintage refrigerators need a lot of love to maintain or repair. Stocking up on Kelvinator thermostats and other parts allow you to get your retro refrigerator or freezer up and running. These vintage appliances will look good in stores with vintage themes. Some models even have beer taps, while other models manufactured in the 1950’ have a jukebox vibe. These models don't have much storage space however, but they are good conversation starters, especially if you can get them in good working condition.