KitchenAid's Superba Series of refrigerators is no longer available, but the KSBS25IN model was representative of the series. It offered an Energy Star-rated efficiency level with advanced technology for cooling and freezing. The stainless-steel design was interrupted only by the freezer panel's ice and water dispenser. The icemaker inside the freezer created ice and stored it in a bin.
The KitchenAid Superba KSBS25IN full-size, side-by-side refrigerator stood 71 7/8 inches tall, 35 5/8 inches wide and 24 inches deep. Total depth with refrigerator door opened at a 90 degree angle (deepest possible) was 45 1/2 inches.
The capacity of the Superba refrigerator totaled 24.5 cubic feet (14.9 cubic feet on the refrigerator side and 9.6 cubic feet in the freezer). There were four adjustable door bins to maximize the refrigerator space, including gallon-size compartments on the door.
The KitchenAid featured glass, adjustable interior shelves inside its stainless doors. The interior of the refrigerator had a can dispenser, wine bottle holder and humidity-controlled crisper. A thin-profiled deli center bisected the interior.
The auto-defrost freezer was equipped with an icemaker and ice and water dispenser on the door. Four shelves and six baskets provided for compartmental storage of frozen foods. The FreshChill temperature-controlled meat locker transferred air from the freezer to a compartment in the refrigerator to keep temperatures between 28 and 32 degrees.
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