Sub-Zero Fridge Uses NASA Air-Purification Technology to Keep Foods Fresh

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Generally speaking, refrigerators are not all that exciting unless you're packing in a draught beer system or it is camouflaged for secret office drink parties. However, Sub-Zero models are usually loaded with all kinds of useful features, and their newest model is no exception. It features a NASA designed filtration system that replenishes the air every 20 minutes while eliminating bacteria, odors, and microscopic contaminants. That means food will stay fresher for a longer period of time (and your fridge won't smell like an open sewer). The Built-In Fridge series is slated for a fall release in an array of styles, but no pricing details have been announced.

[Sub-Zero via BKDI]

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kaisermachead
kaisermachead

And with a glass window on the door, it encourages you to stop keeping nasty garbage in there that you were too lazy at first, but now too squeamish to touch to get rid of.