That's Bigger Than My Apartment: A $40,500 Refrigerator

November 6, 2012


This is the $40,500 Meneghini La Cambusa refrigerator. It costs a fortune but keeps food cold just like the $400 fridge I bought on Craigslist. I don't know, maybe this one won't smell like a corpse when it shows up. The fridge includes, in no particular order: a refrigerator compartment (derder!), freezer (surprise!), ice maker (get out!), dry storage pantry (yawn), coffee maker area (I'm asleep now), microwave (still snoozing), steam oven (snoring hard) and multi-function oven (farted and woke myself up). It can also be fitted with a flatscreen tv. However it can not be fitted with wheels and driven to the liquor store, making it the crappiest $40,000 car I've ever seen.

Hit the jump for a shot of the thing with the doors closed.


Thanks to cancan, who agrees how good can a fridge really be if you can't even stick magnets to? Terrible for children's artwork, that's for sure.

  • Joshua Howard

    IN AS MUCH as you could buy a walk in cooler for $5,000... this is grossly over-priced.

  • ZomBBombeR

    I'd still spring for the door in door LG before I'd waste cashola on this oversized P.O.S.

  • AdvancePlays

    Does anyone ever actually have that amount of food in their house at the one time? I know I don't... :(

  • Guesticle

    I've got 3 of those big meat trunks in my basement. not even kidding

  • Charles Lacarin

    No beer compartment? OUTRAGE!

  • V_Ferg

    All I want to know... is it energy star compliant?!?

  • luxlucetintenebris

    Who the duck would put a tv in a fridge?

  • For the filthy-rich steampunk elite.

  • h2opolopunk

    But still nothing to eat in there....

  • Rayn_A

    needs spinners

  • amish_vampire

    the freezer is too small, where should i store my pets?

  • nickanderson1991


  • The cabinet itself looks like it could be recreated for much much less (I might consider a rustic design). :)

    However it does look like a time-machine built in the 1930's, that could explain why it costs that much.

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