Thermador Introduces the Next Generation of Cooling Products, Bringing Complete Personalization to Exceptional Innovation
- Thermador® delivers reimagined preservation possibilities by introducing the new Freedom® Refrigeration Collection, featuring a bold stainless steel interior.
- With the option to choose between Masterpiece®, Professional or custom panels, the innovative new collection features integrated refrigerator, freezer and wine column configurations.
- The entire updated collection is WIFI-enabled with the Thermador Connected Experience by Home Connect™ and boasts notable features such as remote temperature settings and notifications via the Home Connect™ app.
IRVINE, Calif., Dec. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Thermador, the iconic American luxury home appliance brand, delivers reimagined preservation possibilities with the introduction of the new Freedom® Refrigeration Collection, featuring a bold stainless steel interior. With the option to choose between Masterpiece®, Professional or custom panels, the innovative new collection includes integrated refrigerator, freezer and wine column configurations, enabling the ultimate design freedom within any area of the home. Handcrafted with premium-grade stainless steel, the new customizable columns offer a wealth of personalization options as well as the full capacity to preserve every ingredient.
Consumers can maintain their fixed layouts and cabinetry with thoughtfully engineered appliances built to fit into predetermined openings or design completely customized kitchen suites to meet their lifestyle needs. Furthermore, the entire collection is WIFI-enabled, boasting key features such as remote temperature settings and notifications through the Thermador Connected Experience by Home Connect™.
“With a pulse on innovation and consumers’ evolving needs, Thermador continuously enhances the lifestyle within a home – both within the kitchen and beyond,” said Beatriz Sandoval, Director of Brand Marketing for Thermador. “Bolder than ever before, the all-new stainless steel refrigeration pushes the boundaries of design and incorporates leading technology to create a truly exceptional, personalized and smart experience.”
Thermador refrigeration and freezers have never been more energy conscious. With Cool Air Flow technology, a proprietary Thermador technology now upgraded with a quieter fan, cold air is evenly distributed throughout all parts of the unit. In addition to theater style lighting which emphasizes visibility, the collection features gentle, quiet gliding Soft-Close drawers and Open Door Assist, which allows for the flexibility to either push or pull to open.
Fresh Food Column
The new refrigeration columns are customizable for a variety of configurations and lifestyles, such as the daily chef who desires a setup designed to fit a wide range of uses – be it a farmer’s market enthusiast who stocks up on locally grown ingredients and needs to keep produce crisp all week long, or a preservationist who needs ample door shelving options for storing homemade jams, jellies and pickled vegetables. The Freedom® Refrigeration Collection’s award-winning innovations include customized storage solutions, accommodating gallon bins as well as uniquely designed delicate produce bins, available as an accessory, and a touch screen TFT display panel to control settings such as individual temperature, lighting and Open Door Assist.
Designed for personalization in the kitchen and throughout the entire home, the Freedom® Refrigeration Collection is also available in Under Counter configurations – perfect for keeping relaxation top of mind in an in-home yoga den, or for focusing on self-care in the personal retreat cloffice.
From storing food right after returning from the market, to freezing winter soups for future use, SuperFreeze technology brings contents to the ideal preservation temperature and gets cooler, faster. Additional features include theater lighting for improved visibility, Soft-Close drawers and an in-door ice and water dispenser.
Now with full-width ice drawers, the new Freedom® freezer has the capacity to hold more eye-catching Thermador Diamond Ice, which features a unique shape that melts slower, keeping drinks colder for longer – and perfect for cocktails.
Ice and water are also now cleaner than ever, as the newly redesigned water filter removes an astonishing 99.9% of sediments. It is so advanced, that it has received certification by NSF, a leading regulatory agency.
An absolute must for wine connoisseurs, Thermador wine columns can hold up to 92 bottles or up to 99 bottles with a shelf addition. Offering up to three zones, the columns ensure wines are stored at the optimum temperature and humidity. Wenge wood diamond dowels cradle each bottle, and a presenter shelf puts favorite bottles on display. A uniquely designed feature, the ball bearings and rails are now completely out of sight.
The collection also includes under counter wine reserves, providing the perfect way to unwind with a glass of wine in the master suite. Featuring brighter LED lighting to provide visibility, Soft-Close door hinges and Door Open Alarm, under counter reserves offer dual-zone temperature management for keeping wine at the appropriate temperature, as well as UV resistant tempered glass that protects wine collections from dangerous ultraviolet rays that can cause premature aging to the bottles.
For more information about the new Freedom® Refrigeration Collection, please visit the Thermador website.
Since 1916, Thermador has introduced innovative breakthroughs – from the world’s first wall ovens and gas cooktops with the patented Star® Burner, to the Freedom® Induction Cooktop, the first full-surface induction appliance, as well as the Freedom® Collection, the first modular built-in fresh food, freezer and wine preservation columns. New Thermador products span two completely redesigned collections: Masterpiece® and Professional. These collections establish a true connection with consumers through the exclusive Thermador Connected Experience by Home Connect™. The Thermador Connected Experience provides access to personalized content, unique partnerships and customized product guidance. Thermador is part of BSH Home Appliances Corporation, a fully owned subsidiary of BSH Hausgeräte GmbH, the largest manufacturer of home appliances in Europe and one of the leading companies in the industry worldwide. For more information, visit www.thermador.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at: www.facebook.com/thermador, @Thermador and @ThermadorHome, respectively.
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We Dive into Sub-Zero vs. Thermador — See How They Compare!
When it comes to aspirational kitchens, Sub-Zero and Thermador have long been standout names. For decades, these two luxury brands have revolutionized how homes stock fresh ingredients, creating new preservation solutions that not only store foods, but honor them.
While good reputations can be appreciated by every shopper, when it comes to comparing luxury brands, deciding which is best for you and your home can feel a little intimidating.
There are a lot of factors to keep track of, which is why in this Sub-Zero vs. Thermador blog, we weigh these two top high-end brands to help you decide which is the best pick for your home. Follow along as we dive into the exclusive features, refrigerator sizes and configurations, prices and more.
Proudly American-made and -manufactured, Sub-Zero counts on an impressive reputation of refrigerator innovation that dates back to 1945. Since then, the luxury brand acquired Wolf cooking appliances and Cove dishwashers, completing a trio of high-end kitchen appliances with proven dependability and performance.
But luxury brands don’t just happen: they’re created, and Sub-Zero is no stranger to perfecting the craft of refrigeration. By conquering the three common problems of refrigeration — humidity, temperature control, and air quality — Sub-Zero has developed exceptional appliances worthy of being called “food preservations systems.”
Why are Sub-Zero refrigerators so good?
When we said Sub-Zero perfected the art of refrigeration, that wasn’t just lip service. We confidently recommend Sub-Zero appliances because, well, they work — and work, and work, and work for up to 20 years!
And while longevity alone is particularly enticing, it’s Sub-Zero’s lineup of features that make that 20-year user experience such a delight.
Remarkable Sub-Zero Exclusives
In terms of performance, Sub-Zero is hard to beat. All Sub-Zero refrigerators come with the following standard features:
- Patented vacuum-sealed doors that lock cold air in.
- Magnetic crisper drawers that prevent temperature-regulated air from escaping.
- Air purification system (inspired by NASA!) that regularly scrubs the interior of ethylene gas every 20 minutes.
- Nano-coated shelves resist the spread of spills and are extra durable.
Additionally, Sub-Zero pioneered dual-compressor refrigerators, changing the appliance game since. Unlike standard refrigerators or fridges with dual evaporators, a dual-compressor allows each refrigerator chamber to work independently, creating individual microclimates in the refrigerator and the freezer. On top of enhancing the preservation of produce, a dual compressor prevents odor and flavor transfer, as well as frost buildup in the freezer.
Here’s another first from Sub-Zero: counter-depth refrigerators. That’s right, the luxury brand originated the every-popular sleek counter-depth dimension, and since then has delivered even more configurations to truly complete the design vision of homeowners everywhere.
With three distinct lines — Classic, Designer, and Pro — Sub-Zero seeks to satisfy the aesthetics of every buyer. And with a rich lineup of configurations, including French door, side-by-side, bottom-freezer, column refrigerators and freezers, and wine storage units, buyers have a seemingly infinite amount of design and style opportunities.
Should you buy a Sub-Zero refrigerator?
With a long history of outstanding manufacturing and unbeatable craftsmanship, Sub-Zero has claimed its place as a formidable luxury refrigerator brand — and it will cost buyers. On average, buyers will spend $4,000 more on a Sub-Zero refrigerator compared to Thermador.
Thermador may be synonymous with its blazing-hot star burners, or the luxury dishwashers with a sapphire-blue Star Glow LED interior, but they also do refrigeration just as well. Sure, Sub-Zero originated the counter-depth refrigerator, but believe it or not, buyers have Thermador to thank for the first domestic built-in refrigeration (formerly known as Bilt-In).
Since then, Thermador has fixated itself as an affluent household name, with some of the most notable appliance technology on the market. If you’re still unfamiliar with what Thermador refrigerators have to offer, consider the features.
Thermador refrigerator features
When it comes to Thermador refrigerators, buyers can expect these amazing features:
- Push-to-close door function that easily opens or closes with a nudge of the hand.
- Dual compressors that provide even, accurate temperatures in the refrigerator and freezer.
- Award-winning theater-style lighting to make finding items effortless.
- Energy Star certification.
- Home Connect WiFi connectivity.
- French door: 36”
- Side-by-side: None available
- Bottom-freezer: 30” | 36”
- Column: 18” | 23.5” | 24” | 30” | 36”
Should you buy a Thermador refrigerator?
While Thermador refrigerators are high-end appliances, their price point is more obtainable than its counterpart, Sub-Zero. Depending on the configuration and model, the average Thermador refrigerator can cost anywhere between $2,700 and $8,000 per unit.
When it comes to configuration, Thermador offers an impressive array of refrigerator widths that truly let buyers customize their kitchen, but as of now, there are currently no Thermador side-by-side refrigerator models on the market.
Instead, Thermador offers a flexible 23.5-inch column refrigerator option that can be paired with an 18-inch or 24-inch freezer column. However, the pair is limited to spaces between 42 and 48 inches, and buying two separate columns may end up costing more.
Altogether, Sub-Zero and Thermador each design and manufacture reliable refrigerators that we confidently recommend to our buyers. In terms of overall best, Sub-Zero refrigerators are a tough contender to beat, though the price point will be a major consideration.
To help make your decision easier, give our final tally board a review.
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T24IR900SP Thermador 24" Freedom Collection Built-In Refrigerator Column with SoftClose Drawers and TFT Control Panel - Custom Panel
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T24IR900SP Thermador 24" Freedom Collection Built-In Refrigerator Column with SoftClose Drawers and TFT Control Panel - Custom Panel
A sleek and modern design make this 24 inch built-in all-refrigerator column an attractive addition to any kitchen and provides a perfect, symmetrical fit when paired with other columns. A Freedom� Hinge allows for true flush installation. The appliance is also equipped with SoftClose� Drawers for easy, gentle, controlled storage and with a ThermaFresh System consisting of humidity and temperature-controlled drawers to keep your produce fresh for longer.
Approximate Dimensions (Inches)
Height: 83 3/4 "
Width: 23 3/4"
Consult product installation guide for exact dimensions.
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Thermador 24 Inch Column Refrigerator - Panel Ready, 13 cu. ft.
Column thermador refrigerator
My MIL can get a very nice employee discount on BSH appliances, so we plan to buy Thermador columns when we remodel our kitchen this year. The cost is still more than a standard CD fridge, but enough less than most built-in units that DH is ok with it. I just have a few questions.
1. How do the columns do with food preservation versus other brands you have owned? I've heard great things about SZ and Liebherr, but not much about Thermador's ability to preserve produce, meat, etc. Lettuce and veggies do not last very long in our current fridge, and as I do not like to grocery shop with great frequency, I am hoping for improvement in this area.
2. What size columns do you have and how does the storage capacity work for your family? Can you fit 2 gallons of milk easily? (We have a 2-year-old milk guzzler and another baby on the way.) In our last house, we had a 36" CD SxS that was 21" wide fridge and 15" wide freezer. I often wished for just a little more width in each compartment, especially the fridge. I originally planned on a 24" fridge and 24" freezer, in part because I like the symmetry. All the stores show a 30" fridge paired with an 18" freezer, and after seeing how shallow they are, I think we may need the 30" fridge for our growing family. I worry that the 18" freezer might not be big enough (probably about the same capacity as our 15" wide CD freezer). We shop at Costco, and I like to have a variety of thing on hand to cook, so I want to make sure I have enough freezer space. (Our house does not have a basement and our garage has no space for a chest freezer, which I would love to have.) I could do a 30" fridge and 24" freezer for only about $300 more, but hubby would balk and it would mean losing 6" of precious floor-to-ceiling storage space in our already limited reach-in pantry wall.
3. Have you had problems with your columns?
4. Did you go with the SS panels or custom panels? If custom, did you have any problems? (I remember someone had trouble getting custom panels to fit properly, but don't remember the details.)
5. I would love to see photos of your installed columns.
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