21 cu. ft. LP propane fridge only by Crystal Cold

Crystal Cold lp propane gas 21 cu in refrigerator

 

NOTICE:  The Crystal Cold gas refrigerators have not seen a price increase for several years; due to base metal prices and manufacturing costs, we will be looking at some substantial price increases by Summer. Be smart and buy your refrigerator now to beat the higher prices!
 

Do you already have a freezer for garden or hunting?  Then why waste space in your fridge for freezer requirements?  This 21 cu. ft. fridge has a full 21 cu. ft. for refrigeration.

Model CC21R specifications:

Outside dimensions 70"H x 32"W x 34"D
Refrigerator Interior 57"H x 27"W x 23.5"D 
Power consumption 1700 BTU/Hr 
Shelving 6 Door Shelves + 5 Interior Shelves 
Color White (only)
Shipping weight 330 Lbs.
Other features include Front Push Button Ignitor 
Thermostat Controlled 
3-Year Warranty on Cooling Unit
Right Hinge Only

Model CC17R is also available!  A white, 18 cu. ft. refrigerator for $2099 plus freight.


21 cu. ft. LP propane refrigerator from Crystal Cold
CC21R: 21 Cu. Ft. propane refrigerator from Crystal Cold
$2150 plus freight

 

NOTE:  Appliances are not stocked locally and ship from our suppliers back east.

WHAT TRUCK FREIGHT ENTAILS:   The best rate for truck freight shipping is to have you pick it up at the local freight terminal or commercial drop point.  A residential delivery is usually $50 to $60 more than a business delivery, and, a lift gate (which drops the goods off at ground level), is another $80 to $100 in additional fees.  Inside delivery is an additional cost on top of that.

Know someone with a truck? Can you have a dolly or hand cart on hand?  If you can mobilize a couple of strong bodies, you might be able to save $50 to as much as $120 or so on your freight costs.

Call for your freight on any of our truck freight items.

NOTE ABOUT RECEIVING TRUCK FREIGHT ITEMS:  Do not sign for anything until you have inspected your unit. You have spent good money on this, and it was shipped in good condition.  If you don't inspect it, and open the unit at home and find 'hidden damage', there is no recourse for a truck freight claim. All claims for damage MUST be made at the time of receipt of the unit!  Note any damage on the bill of lading before signing off--it's a relatively easy process to get a new unit or replacement parts if you do so.  But not if you don't inspect it!  Also, don't refuse an obviously damaged unit.  You will still be charged for it, as we will also be by our suppliers.  Freight damage is very rare (FORTUNATELY!), but proper documentation and reporting of any damage will expedite the claims process.

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