World’s Most Expensive Refrigerators

Putting together a decent kitchen can be pretty expensive. Putting together an exceptional kitchen, however, will cost you more than just an arm and a leg. Check out the most expensive refrigerators in the world and see for yourself.

Northland 72″ side-by-side custom refrigerator

Northland, a 100-year-old provider of custom refrigerators, has really outdone itself with this side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. It has a glass door and stainless steel wrap, features “daylight” interior lighting and easily cleaned glass shelves. The spacious fridge has a total capacity of 48.3 cubic feet.

Sub-Zero PRO 48 – $13,800

Sub-Zero’s PRO 48 is a 48″ side-by-side made with 100% sculpted steel, and features dual refrigeration—meaning the refrigerator and freezer use separate sets of compressors and evaporators, unlike standard refrigerators. The compressors are each controlled by microprocessors to ensure the proper temperatures. The refrigerator even features auto-closing doors with an improved hing system that keeps the warmth from creeping in. The refrigerator can be purchased with either a solid steel face or a glass window.

1 comment:

  1. I'm 1/2 kidding, but really serious. WHERE is the built in TV/computer? I saw some fridges at Best Buy about 5 years ago with built in TV's so that the cook could watch while cooking. They were about $2500. They did seem to phase those out. However, on a $11,000 or $13,000 you'd think that would be included! You can't tell me the compressor or components are worth as much as a car. And these had better last about 10 times longer than a regular fridge. As for the Sub Zero, you can get dual compressors for $2000. It's called a separate fridge and freezer! Actually they now have them for about $2500. Yet, I'd bet they don't.. A fool and their money are soon parted.