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Cuisinart CWC-3200 32-Bottle Private Reserve Wine Cellar


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  • 32-Bottle wine cellar
  • Thermoelectric cooling system -reduces noise and vibration and offers low energy consumption
  • Stainless finish and double-pane viewing window illuminated by soft interior lighting with on/off control
  • Electronic touchpad for precise temperature control with blue LED display
  • 8-Chrome contoured wine racks designed to hold 750ml or the option to remove a rack to hold 1500ml bottles
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Brand NameCuisinart
Model InfoCWC-3200
Item Weight48.3 pounds
Product Dimensions16.2 x 32 x 20.8 inches
Item model numberCWC-3200
Part Number CWC%2D3200
ColorMetallic
Material Type man-made-material
  
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ASINB001RNNREA
Best Sellers Rank #3,913 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight57.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableMay 5, 2003
  
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Color Metallic Black Black Silver
Dimensions 20.8 inches x 16.25 inches x 32 inches 29.25 inches x 18.13 inches x 20.88 inches 32.25 inches x 20.5 inches x 21.5 inches 31.7 inches x 21 inches x 16.2 inches
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Store an entire wine collection with the Cuisinart Private Reserve Wine Cellar. With a 32-bottle capacity on 8-slide-out racks, there's room for a wide variety of reds, whites and champagnes-preserving the signature bouquet, flavor and body of each. Use the electronic touchpad to set the preferred temperature (between 39-degree- 68-degree Farenheit) and the thermoelectric cooling system holds the temp, quietly and efficiently. The attractive stainless finish fits seamlessly in any room of the home.

Customer Reviews

This Cuisniart is a piece of junk!
Leapson
Neither is expensive to replace and (while it voids the warranty), any person able to use a soldering iron should be able to do it.
S. Purpura
Finally, the unit just stopped working all together.
Beth B.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By John Harllee on June 25, 2010
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According to a yellow sheet of paper that came with the cooler, if there is a power outage, it will not restart automatically. This is not satisfactory. If there is a power outage one day after I leave for a summer vacation, I may come back to find all my wine has been cooked. I am thinking about ameliorating this problem with a backup battery With an extended outage that wouldn't work, but in my neighborhood they don't happen so far as I know.

The thermostat may be defective. I have had the cooler over a week now, and it has only gone off once, even though the temperature is below the thermostat setting and I have the cooler in a room that is at 66 degrees. Right now, for example, a thermometer I put inside the unit reads 52 degrees, the thermostat reads 55, yet the cooler is still running. I'll do some experimenting. Maybe the thermostat works but reads high and the unit needs to run almost continuously. If the problem persists, I guess I'll have to make a warranty claim.

I bought the unit primarily relying on the Cuisinart brand, hoping they would be good about quality control. But evidently not. And why they didn't design for the possibility of power outages is beyond me.

Unusually fat wine bottles will fit, since the shelves are adjustable. But unusually tall bottles won't. I put some in and then discovered they were keeping the door from closing tightly.

I give it three stars because it does in fact work, getting the wine to roughly the right temperature. The motor is quiet and the aesthetics are okay.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By S. Purpura on November 27, 2011
This thermoelectric cooling technology in this product chills wines by 15 to 20 degrees below ambient temperature. It relies on having an environment with good ventilation, because the product works by creating a temperature potential and drawing warmer air out of the back of the unit through a combination of heat sinks and fans. The reason that this is cost efficient is that it it requires less energy than a big computer to operate the electronics and the fans.

This type of system is actually easy to service too. There are two parts that break: the thermoelectric unit and the fans. Neither is expensive to replace and (while it voids the warranty), any person able to use a soldering iron should be able to do it. Compare that to fixing a freon based system and it's clear that thermoelectric units can cost less over time if you have the skills and time to maintain them.

However, the operating environments where this type of unit will succeed are limited. If you always keep your home at 70 degrees or less, with little variance, then this unit can do well in it. Because of the way that the unit works, you can't place it in a 'warm spot' of your home. I experimented with several different placements and none work particularly well because the unit needs to be in an area with high ventilation and stable temperature (i.e. a basement of an air conditioned home) but the fans make too much noise for them not to be intrusive if you're watching TV or having a conversation. When you combine the ventilation and noise issues, the only environment that makes sense to place this unit is in a room that already houses your water heater, furnace, etc. I can't imagine putting it in a kitchen. A closet won't work (because the hot air rises in the closet and won't be flushed).
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Terrie-Dawn Clark on May 16, 2010
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This is a very quiet unit; when it comes on there is only a small murmur. The shelves are adjustable, which is nice. I feel confident buying a Cuisinart product too. The only draw back is that if it is to hold 32 bottles, they have to be pretty skinny. Regular bottles and the wine bottles from my wine club take up more room so it only holds 24. Also, if you store champagne it will take up 3 places. But at least they are adjustable and good quality shelves.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L.N. on April 20, 2013
Unit barely lasted two years. While it did last, it never kept a stable temperature, and the older it got the less it was able to cool. On its last legs, making lots of noise, and set for 39 degrees, it barely maintained an internal temperature of 63.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rbryan on September 23, 2012
I received this model as a wedding gift about three years ago. It worked well for the first two years, then in a move, one of the "feet" broke. Contact with Cuisinart was futile. The never responded, nor was I able to find a replacement. This forced me to craft a replacement leg. Shortly after, the unit stopped cooling. Again, contact with Cuisinart was futile. No response at all. I am now looking for a replacement, as there are no service centers willing to even look at the unit.

I loved the size and the look, but the quality and support is non-existant. One of the other reviewers was spot on ih his assessment that this is a short lived device that is a throw away when it breaks.
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