While Smeg is synonymous with innovation, it must also be a synonym for bold. The brand that has provided style and technology to kitchen appliances, now wants to add a quality that is quite unusual to its iconic FAB28 refrigerator: a velvety or silky texture.
No, we’re not kidding. And let us tell you more about it. This isn’t new to the famous Italian brand.
In fact, Smeg fans surely remember that in 2012 the brand released a “Black Velvet” limited edition of the popular refrigerator. That FAB28QVB edition, featured an exclusive soft touch black finish, thanks to a special rubberized effect that covered the surface of the appliance.
This bold and innovative finish allowed Smeg, once again, to become the pioneer in the introduction of a new concept to the kitchen: appliances that invite you to have a tactile experience.
Who caresses first, caresses twice
And in an adaptation of the old saying, who caresses first, caresses twice, Smeg decided to continue with that milestone of 2012, announcing the arrival of two new colors for the FAB28 range, which have the “soft touch” finish of the “Black Velvet” edition.
Thus, the Ruby Red FAB28RDRB3 and the Taupe FAB28RDTP3 are the heirs of that “Black Velvet” limited edition.
But beyond the experience per se, the interesting thing is that this new generation shares qualities that puts them at the top of their category. They both have a noise level of 38 dB (A), a capacity for 244 liters of fresh food, automatic defrost; 3 adjustable glass shelves, 1 fruit and vegetable drawer and internal LED lighting.
Additionally, these appliances come with a freezer (four stars) with a capacity for 26 liters of frozen food and ice cube tray. As if that wasn’t enough, the models offer an energy efficiency rating A+++, which means you’ll have a low-energy appliance at home.
Whether you decide to choose the bold Ruby Red FAB28RDRB3 and add a bohemian and light-hearted touch to your kitchen or the warmth of the Taupe color offered by the FAB28RDTP3, we can assure you that you won’t stop caressing your refrigerator every time you go to the kitchen to prepare something.