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Bring a piece of British flair into your kitchen

On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of its designer Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s death, Liebherr is re-releasing its limited edition London Calling fridge-freezer, fusing cutting-edge technology with a timeless aesthetic. With this head turning fridge, the heritage homeware manufacturer is tackling an up-and-coming trend in interior decoration – designer appliances. Eating breakfast in your kitchen has never felt this posh!

But don’t let the retro exterior fool you, its inside is as modern as refrigerators come, equipped with NoFrost technology, meaning you’ll never have to go through the trouble of defrosting again. And don’t worry about the stylish design wearing off over time – Liebherr uses a high-quality UV inkjet printing method, resulting in vibrant colors that will last. A difference you can see and feel.

So keep your food and drinks fresh in style. The British may enjoy their ale at room temperature, but in Austria, white wine and beer are served perfectly chilled.

Model: CNsl 43C3
• No more defrosting with NoFrost
• Two separate cooling cycles through DuoCooling
MagicEye control with digital temperature display

The London Calling fridge-freezer is available here.

The coolest place Vienna has to offer: Visit the exclusive Liebherr Monobrand Store with more than 50 different refrigerators and freezers.

Find us at:
The ICON ground floor, Wiedner Gürtel 13, 1100 Vienna

Opening hours:
Mo – Fr. 09:00 – 18:00 & Sa. 09:00 – 13:00 

+43 50809 21853 


About Liebherr Appliances 
Liebherr Appliances is one of eleven divisional controlling companies of the Liebherr Group. The Appliances division employs a staff of over 6,200, developing and producing a wide range of high-quality fridges and freezers for the household and commercial sectors at its headquarters in Ochsenhausen (Germany), Lienz (Austria), Radinovo (Bulgaria), Kluang (Malaysia) and Aurangabad (India).

This article is part of a paid cooperation with Liebherr.

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