DISCONTINUED: For a similar model, see the FF71
SUMMIT's thin-line series of refrigerator-freezers feature quality, efficiency, and value in slim two-door models.
The CP89 is less than 20 inches wide to fit easily in any limited space, with a 44 inch height to meet ADA requirements for accessibility. With nearly 6 c.f. of interior capacity, the CP89 includes adjustable shelves, door racks, and a large crisper to keep produce fresh. Reversible doors add flexibility to the unit.
Cycle defrost makes the CP89 an energy efficient but time-saving unit. The freezer uses a manual defrost system to maintain stable temperature that can reach and operate at zero degrees. An automatic defrost refrigerator saves on regular maintenance.
Ideal for apartments or college dorms and ADA compliant for senior residences, the CP89 offers reliable cooling at the perfect size and best value.
||Limited space is no problem for our thin-line models, designed specifically for those hard-to-fit spots
||Combines an automatic defrosting refrigerator with a manual defrost freezer to save unit energy and user maintenance
|Zero degree freezer
||Keep ice cream frozen and freezer burn-free in a freezer that reaches and maintains zero degrees
||Rearrange your refrigerator space to accommodate all shapes and sizes or remove shelves for a simple clean-up
|Full freezer shelf
||Offers additional options for organization
||Keep large bottles and condiments right on the refrigerator door for easy access
|Fruit and vegetable crisper
||Get the longest life and best taste out of produce by storing greens in a convenient slide drawer
||Keep your options flexible with reversible doors that are easy to switch when your arrangement changes
||Automatically illuminates when you open the door
||Manage the interior temperature with ease and accuracy
|Energy efficient design
||Two-door design and cycle defrost saves on energy use
||44 inch height makes both the refrigerator and freezer accessible
|100% CFC free
||Environmentally friendly design without ozone-damaging chemicals