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Danby DWC1233BL-SC 12 Bottle Wine Cooler - Black

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12 Bottle Wine
  • Maitre'D 12-bottle capacity countertop wine cooler with clear glass door and blue LED interior light
  • Features energy efficient semi-conductor cooling technology - Does not use refrigerants
  • Silent operation and no vibration to disturb the wine
  • Intuitive push button thermostat can be set from 50F-64.4F (10C-18C)
  • 3 contoured chrome storage shelves cradle wine bottles
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Product Information

Style: 12 Bottle Wine
Technical Details
Brand NameDanby
Model InfoDWC1233BL-SC
Item Weight25.8 pounds
Product Dimensions51 x 34 x 46.8 inches
Item model numberDWC1233BL-SC
Capacity 1.17 cubic_feet
Refrigerator Fresh Food Capacity 1.17 cubic_feet
Size of the product 1 Ounces
Installation Type counter top
Part Number DWC1233BL-SC
Form Factor Stand alone
ColorBlack
Voltage120 volts
Defrost none
Door Hinges Reversible
Door Material Type Glass
Lighting LED
Shelf Type Wire
Shelves 3
Material Type metal
Counter Depth 20.06 inches
Manufacturer Warranty 3 months parts and labor
  
Additional Information
ASINB0033X29CI
Best Sellers Rank #662 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight29.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Style: 12 Bottle Wine

Product Description

Danby's DWC1233BL-SC Maitre'D 12-Bottle Countertop Wine Cooler, in black, safely cradles 12 of your favorite bottles on three contoured chrome shelves. This high efficiency cooler is Earth-friendly and uses no harmful refrigerants. It is silent and vibration-free too, so your wine is safer. A simple, convenient push-button thermostat lets you set a perfect storage temperature between 50-65F degrees (10-18C). Switch on the cool blue LED light and gaze through the clear glass door to admire your stash without disturbing it.Package Content:wine coolermanualwarranty3 contoured chrome storage shelves cradle wine bottlesIntuitive push button thermostate can be set anywhere from 10C-18C (50F-64.4F)Blue LED interior light can be turned on or off as desiredHeight 46.80Width 34.00Depth 51.00Weight 25.80Color BlackOperating SystemBatteries IncludedBatteries RequiredNumber of BatteriesBattery TypeLanguage English, Spanish, FrenchAssembly Required

From the Manufacturer

Danby�s DWC1233BL-SC Maitre'D 12-Bottle Countertop Wine Cooler, in black, safely cradles 12 of your favorite bottles on three contoured chrome shelves. This high efficiency cooler uses no harmful refrigerants. It is silent and vibration-free too, so your wine is safer. A simple, convenient push-button thermostat lets you set a perfect storage temperature between 50-65F degrees (10-18C). Switch on the cool blue LED light and gaze through the clear glass door to admire your stash without disturbing it.

Customer Reviews

Stopped working in a few months.
gl
Not only that but the temperature is too cold for red wine to be properly stored.
D. J. Clark
Cannot keep the temperature consistent at 55.
Todd Whitaker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By APC Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on May 17, 2014
Style Name: 36 Bottle Wine Verified Purchase
For those of you who are conflicted and confused about what the distinctions are between a "wine cooler" and a "wine cellar", let this reviewer be clear about this Danby model: it is a mini refrigerator that has a tinted glass door instead of a solid door, and a black interior instead of a white interior, and has wire racks spaced to accommodate wine bottles instead of groceries. Other than those styling differences I am sure that it is made on the same factory line as Danby's mini fridges, has the same mechanical guts and thermostat, and is otherwise not in any way made especially for wine. It's a mini refrigerator styled to make you feel good about putting your wine in a "wine cooler" instead of a refrigerator.

That is not a bad thing, in itself. But don't expect too much beyond that. Many people feel that the ideal temp for wine storage is about 55F. I was able to get the Danby to maintain a roughly stable temp of 55F with the temp dial turned to barely a fraction above OFF. With the thermostat turned higher (stronger) it is likely that the unit would achieve a temp much like a regular fridge, of about 40F. Several reviewers have noted that their units ran "cold". One thing I did notice, using a digital thermometer, was that there was about a six to seven (6-7) degree difference between the top rack and bottom rack of the unit. If it was 55F on the top rack then it was 49F or even a little colder on the lower racks. Someone thinking about paying a premium price for a cooler model advertised as "dual zone" might want to contemplate this. It may be that wine coolers of this type are "dual zone" by nature, no need to stress and worry and pay extra for this "feature".
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By John Pf on May 28, 2007
Style Name: 17 Bottle Wine Verified Purchase
I did a bit of research before deciding to purchase the Danby. The price was right and reviews of other makes tended to say things like "stopped working after n months". Also, the thermoelectric technology on many of the other makes doesn't seem to be able to keep things cool if the temperature reaches above 85 or 90, which is quite easy to achieve in NY during the summer. The Danby has an old tech compressor which is time tested and should be reliable for years. The major problem is vibration. When it's running the thing vibrates the wine bottles excessively. This is bad for long term evolution of wine. But, if you have bottles for long term this thing is way too small to begin with. My long term stuff is in a wine storage facility. The other problem is the temperature control. Wine shoud be stored at 53-55deg. At the very, very lowest setting (knob turned to just above where it turns off) it varies between 49-53deg, as tested by a Taylor 1458 wireless temp/humidity gauge. A little too low but acceptable for short term, at least it's not too high which will ruin wine faster than anything. Humidity is also diffcult to maintain and is too low (30-40%) even with a bowl of water and wet paper towel. These faults make it useless for long term storage of wine (several years), but for short term (months) it should be fine.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Leif on January 20, 2013
Style Name: 36 Bottle Wine Verified Purchase
Arrived on time. Works as advertised. Great value. It is not perfectly quite, but not loud either. This is not the cooler for you if you are looking for precise temp control given the analog temp control on the back. It would be nice if the light control were on the outside. Given the price, these are small complaints.

UPDATE: After a year I noticed it would stop cooling from time to time. I would move the temp adjust knob around and it would start working again. Had to have the module replaced that has the temp adjust knob. Everything was handled under warranty by a local service company. Been working great ever since. Knocking it down from 5 to 4 stars. Overall still very satisfied.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By D. J. Clark on November 30, 2007
Style Name: 17 Bottle Wine
This isn't even worth it for a basic collector. There isn't a temperature display, but the large problem here is that the temperature control switch offers NO range at all. You could for example set it to highest or lowest settings and get no difference AT All in actual temperature. Not only that but the temperature is too cold for red wine to be properly stored. I hate to be a perfectionist here but hey, isn't that why we buy these things in the first place? I've spoken with other former owners of this hassle of a cooler and heard the same review. The best part was when I called to tell Danby of the problem customer service told me the problem was an isolated problem they've never had before and that the temperature should be able to be adjusted. SO I sent back and received another, then another. None of them ever got warmer (or colder) than 45 degrees and I have sent it back a final time. KEEP SHOPPING AROUND!
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Aviator001 on May 25, 2013
Style Name: Beer Cooler
The Danby DKC5811BSL 5.8 cu ft kegerator is a very good unit for the price. Plus it is American made! That is not the case for the majority of inexpensive kegerators out there. That being said, since this is an inexpensive model there is good and bad. First let's go with the good: A 5lb aluminum CO2 tank, dual gage regulator showing tank pressure and beer line pressure, enough room to hold two 1/6 kegs without a problem, no problems holding temperature of the keg at 36 degrees, externally mounted CO2 tank to extend the refill time of your CO2, includes a good D type coupler to connect the keg, it looks good. Now for the bad: This is a cold plate refrigerator, so the temperature is constantly fluctuating and a circulation fan is needed (I used a 120mm computer fan with 4 screws to hold up off of bottom and an old 6v cell phone charger to power with the line run through the same hole as CO2 line), Some type of tower cooler is needed otherwise your first beer poured will be foam if sitting unused for a while (I used an old 3 inch computer fan I mounted to a box that I laid in the bottom of kegerator with hose going up into tower), beer line is only 5ft long...which is not a problem for most beers but light beers requiring higher pressures (greater than say 12psi) may cause foam because of speed of flow...a longer beer line would solve that, the pressure CO2 line comes with plastic clamps...need to replace with metal to ensure no CO2 leaks, the 17 inch ¼ or ½ oversized coors/miller kegs do not fit (kegerator is only 16¾ inches deep). Besides a couple of these small modifications needed it is a very good kegerator!
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