Sub Zero Pro 48 Refrigeration

Sub Zero Pro 48 Refrigerators Pricing

Sub Zero Pro 48 Refrigerator is the elite model of the brand. Composed of 100% solid steel, it comes in two different versions with one having the additional feature of a glass door. Both units have dual refrigeration, three evaporators, and the same technology from Sub Zero, that is leading the revolution in home cooling.

This kind of fridge in your kitchen will not only keep your food fresher than ever before, but it will also provide your kitchen with the modern look and feel that you desire. This model can be either built-in to your existing cabinetry, so that they match perfectly with your other appliances, or you can use it as a free standing fridge.

Pro 48 Features:

  • Handles coordinate with Wolf ranges.
  • Stainless steel interior and exterior.
  • Dual refrigeration system with two compressors and three evaporators keeps food fresh for longer periods of time.
  • Microprocessor and interior touch control panel with exterior digital temperature display.
  • Triple-pane, UV-resistant glass door.
  • Ceiling lighting in both upper cabinets with LED side lighting in refrigerator.
  • Adjustable spill-proof glass shelves.
  • Slide-out stainless steel bins fit neatly under refrigerator glass shelves.
  • Touch-and-glide crisper drawer with tight-sealing clear cover.
  • Interior drawer dividers can be used in either refrigerator drawer.
  • Precision-built auto-close door hinges.
  • Easy-access flip-up grille.
  • Automatic ice maker with advanced water filtration system


The Sub-Zero Pro 48 refrigerator / freezer combination in pure stainless steel has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $15,970. You should be aware that the price may vary from vendor to vendor and does not (necessarily) include sales tax, accessories, local delivery and or installation charges. This is just a baseline.

The Sub-Zero Pro 48 with the glass door is available at a MSRP of $15,970 as well. The price is the same for both of these two models, so it’s really up to you to decide whether you want a glass door to view the contents inside of the fridge or not.