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Product code: 89051318
The Neff N17HH20N0B warming drawer provides an easy way to defrost or warm up food, or to keep your cookware and utensils warm before serving.
With a large, 52 litre capacity, and the ability to hold up to 25kg, the drawer can hold up to 40 plates or 192 espresso cups. The temperature ranges between 30°C and 80°C, whilst the door remains cool to touch.
The push-pull opening mechanism makes it easy to open the drawer whilst keeping its appearance sleek and smooth, and the telescopic pull-out drawer can be fully extended so that you can access your plates easily.
- H29 x W59.6 x D54.8cm
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