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Haier HVTM16ABB 16-Bottle Wine Cellar with Electronic Controls

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  • Up to 16 bottle capacity
  • Perfect for both red and white wine
  • Compact size with a small footprint
  • Electronic controls with blue led display
  • Recessed handle
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameHaier
Model InfoHVTM16ABB
Item Weight32.6 pounds
Product Dimensions17.1 x 20.1 x 8.9 inches
Item model numberHVTM16ABB
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Part Number HVTM16ABB
ColorBlack
Material Type Metal
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB004VFGQ8A
Best Sellers Rank #3,490 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight41.8 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 6, 2011
  
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Product Description

Haier 16-bottle dual Zone mirrored glass door wine cellar the contemporary design of this 18-bottle, mirrored door wine cellar makes it attractive enough to leave out for guests. Headquartered in the Haier Building at 1356 Broadway in New York, Haier America is a leader for room air conditioner, compact refrigerator, and wine cellar sales, as well as a leading force in home appliances, compact laundry, compact freezer and HDTV sales. Haier America is an official marketing partner and the official high definition television of the NBA.-Energy Star Qualification for multiple products, including air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, and dishwashers.-UL Certification for multiple products, including refrigerators, freezers, laundry, compact appliances, and air conditioners-AHAM Certification for air conditioners and dehumidifiers-At Haier America, we are committed to paving a new path. We are at the forefront of the next wave of home appliances and consumer electronics and have made a conscious effort to design and develop high-end and high-quality products. As our growth continues, we will surpass the challenges presented by new markets while maintaining the quality and dependability that our customers have come to associate with Haier America. Our offerings are constantly expanding and evolving as we strive to create products that allow consumers to lead better and healthier lifestyles.

Customer Reviews

I would avoid Haier products.
L. Worley
This wine cellar chills wine very well, has a great look, and is fairly quiet.
Rick Powell
Occasionally makes a slight humming noise but it’s not loud or bothersome.
Jes Me

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Rick Powell on June 27, 2012
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This wine cellar chills wine very well, has a great look, and is fairly quiet. The only drawback I have found is that the bottom four bottles sit on the floor if the unit, and there is no rack to keep them from rolling around.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C. Jackson on March 28, 2013
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There are both pros and cons for this device. First, it is very light. That can be both a pro and a con. It's a pro in that it's easy to move around but it's also a con because it betrays that it's thin, probably not very well insulated, and not made out of the highest quality components.

It is a simple enough design: one can see a small, plastic fan not unlike the kind in computer towers (probably easily replaceable) in front of a thermoelectric heat exchange grille. The heat exchange emits a constant, low hum doing whatever it is that it does (it's honestly about the same timbre and amplitude as the air pump on a fish tank), and occasionally the fan will kick on if the thermostat registers that it is in need of a little extra boost to maintain the temperature. Other than that, it's a black box with a glowing blue number on it.

The design is very attractive, the window is a high gloss (picks up fingerprints if you put your hand NEAR the glass it seems), and the shape is roughly cubic. The racks are thin metal but do not seem to visibly sag even when fully encumbered. I experienced none of some of the complaints about bottles not fitting on the racks; I find it to be efficiently sized and seems to take Burgundy and California Cabernet bottles equally well. The tallest bottles I had, some full sized sherry bottles, threatened to not fit, but in the end was not a real concern. I added some pre-cooled bottles almost to capacity and the temperature changed rapidly and has stayed quite consistent ever since I plugged it in.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By jds on August 2, 2012
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Other reviews have commented on the noise and gone back and forth. I have to agree with those who say it's loud, so put it somewhere it won't bother you. That said, it's an attractive fridge that was inexpensive. Fit the bill for what we were looking for, and we have another wine cellar for bottles that are more expensive / won't fit because they are the "Burgundy" style of bottle rather than smaller Bordeaux style.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By doug on June 19, 2012
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this is a GREAT looking wine cooler that will look great in whichever room you choose to put it in, its quieter that i was expecting but some people would say its too loud. i put it in the living room so the sound does not bother me at all. love the light on/off switch.very easy to set, great price, does the job! i would recommend this product to anybody that wants to protect their wine and be affordable at the same time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. E. Cummings on January 8, 2013
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Although pleased with the ease or use and good operation of this nice little unit, it only accommodates standard size wine bottles - or smaller. Lots of current bottles are slightly wider and don't fit well; forget it for champagne bottles or magnums.
Make it bigger! Just slightly, you know?

CC
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Nishimura on July 22, 2012
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Keeps beeping every 20 sec, temp keeps changing and light keeps coming on all by it's self. Boooooooooo! This thing is terrible!!!'
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Oldmots on July 18, 2012
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When I got the cooler, shipping was very quick it was well packaged and in good shape. The cooler appears very well built and looks nice in the room. All the features worked and I liked the blue lighting effect it has.
I was not quite as happy when I realized it could not cool the wine below about 53F-54F in my room. I like to choose the temperature, so this was a restriction I did not expect.
This cooler replaced a worn out 20 year old conventional type cooler and the first thing I noticed was that it was quite a bit noisier than the old compressor/refrigerant type cooler, with a high-pitched fan noise pretty much continuously running. In addition, the pitch of the fan changes thus calling more attention to it.
I decided to try keeping the cooler to see if I could get used to the fan noise and over the last week, I seem to notice it less. I hope I get used to it as I hate to go to the trouble to send things back.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael McDowell on December 11, 2013
I will represent a far more 'pedestrian' position in my review. My goal is not to store wine at the perfect temperature for months, but rather to keep a few bottles cool at a time while we are consuming them. Nor am I looking for a piece of fine furniture, I just want a wine fridge. I also like the occasional cellar-temperature beer and I needed something that was less about showing ... and more about using ... a beverage fridge.

I also use magnum bottles (I warned you I was pedestrian!) which I would like to keep cool while open with the pulled/replaced corks in place. In order to use this cooler, I have removed the racks and can stand several magnums side-by-side (maximum 9 in a 3x3 configuration), and perhaps keep a few lagers at cellar temperature in the process. There's plenty of clearance for the corks, and so far, so good.

Why take the racks out? While the magnums can lie down side-by-side (sort of), they will not fit into the pre-formed positions in the racks (which are designed for 4x750ml bottles per level) and the fan housing juts into the interior space just enough that you cannot use the middle position easily. Lastly, forget storing the magnums with the corks raised - the door won't shut. So, by removing the racks, I am just foregoing a horizontal configuration and standing the bottles vertically. But the space becomes much more functional by doing so.

Once the unit gets down to temperature, it is very quiet. But I will agree with the other reviewers here that in a quiet space, you will notice an audible fan noise, similar to a PC fan.
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