A gentle push of the JennAir® warming drawer reveals a graceful, tempered glass bottom. Designed to pair perfectly with other Urban Living products, the warming drawer expertly keeps coffee cups, plates, and finished dishes toasty.
- Concealed Controls - Tucked within the drawer for easy control and clean sight lines.
- Glass-Bottom Drawer Design - Open up to unexpected beauty. A solid glass bottom helps capture warmth while cradling your next course.
- Smooth Close Full-Extension Drawer - Smooth moves. The drawer glides open fluidly, extending the full depth of the warming drawer, giving you easy access to all that waits inside.
- .6 Cubic Foot Capacity - Let expectation linger. This warming drawer offers ample room for whatever you're waiting to indulge.
- 400-Watt Heating Element - Reward anticipation. 400 watts of power keeps tempting dishes ready and waiting for the right moment.
- Badasses at the Ready - Our crew relentlessly engages with JennAir® appliances day in, day out. Initiated in rigorous product, process and culinary training, this team answers to you-from sales to installation to ownership.
- Serviced by a Select Few - We narrowed down our dedicated network to only the most experienced providers. Armed with extensive access to products and knowledge, their expertise is unmatched.
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Offer Expires: 1/1/2020 to 6/30/2020 |
Must be postmarked by: 7/30/2020
Receive up to a $2,000 rebate with purchase of qualifying personalized Jenn-Air package. Rebate form must be postmarked by 7/30/2020.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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