Smeg and Disney launch all-exclusive limited-edition Mickey Mouse refrigerators

When it comes to aesthetic appeal, Refrigerators maybe the most underrated kitchen appliance. However, proving that the humble little (or not) fridge could do wonders to your décor is renowned Italian appliance manufacturer- Smeg who recently teamed up with Disney for an exclusive limited-edition Mickey Mouse refrigerator. Yes, that’s right!

The new Smeg FAB28 Mickey Mouse Refrigerator as it is called, draws design references from the retro FAB28 refrigerator and is uniquely charming, to say the least. Each of the limited edition FAB28RDMM3 fridges will showcase the original picture of Mickey playfully reaching for the refrigerator’s handle. It will further boast Energy Star efficiency, spacious interiors, a Life Plus drawer for extra-cool temperatures, more-adjustable glass shelves, and a Multi-flow Cooling System.

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Commenting on the collaboration, Paul McCormack, National Sales & Marketing Director for Smeg Usa, Inc. said, “The SMEG-Disney synergy is inherent, and we’re honored to work with such a renowned, creative company. They say the kitchen is the heart of the home, and bringing households together, whether through food or entertainment, is at the core of what each brand stands for,” He further added, “After the success of our initial partnership in the UK, we’re pleased to now bring a newly-designed Mickey Mouse FAB28 to the American market.”

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Priced at $2,799, the Smeg X Disney Mickey Mouse Refrigerator will be available exclusively in Williams Sonoma and select Smeg dealers onward November 2019. Get yours before stocks burn out!

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