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Koldfront 18 Bottle Dual Zone Thermoelectric Wine Cooler - Silver/Black


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  • State-of-the-art vibration free thermoelectric technology
  • Includes 4 chrome racks; 4 genuine wood racks optional
  • Soft interior LED lighting
  • Internal fan to evenly circulate air within the wine cooler
  • Perfect for storing both red and white wines
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 39 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 49 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00372K2SS
  • Item model number: TWR181ES
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,896 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Keep your wines chilled with the Koldfront 18 Bottle Dual Zone Thermoelectric Wine Cooler (TWR181ES-KF). This wine fridge uses thermoelectric cooling to store both red and white wine at optimum temperatures in two (2) separate compartments. The Koldfront wine cooler holds six (6) bottles of white wine in the upper zone and twelve (12) bottles of red wine in the lower zone. The soft interior LED lighting helps to illuminate your wine bottles while not ruining them, so you can be sure to see your collection. The four (4) chrome racks help to keep your collection looking great, while the internal fan evenly distributes the air to keep your whole collection chilled. Perfect for amateur and professional wine enthusiasts, as well as collectors, this wine refrigerator is designed for use in a room temperature environment. Interior Dimensions: 21 1/2" H x 10 1/2" W x 12" D External Dimensions: 26 1/4" H x 13 5/8" W x 19 3/8" D

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Customer Reviews

The fan runs all the freaking time (the cooling unit does not), so it draws a lot of power.
Floating Stump
At that point, I called customer service and the representative informed me that I had what they call a "replacement" model.
Michael
As of now I can't store reds in the unit at all because the average temperature level is around 68-72!
shortstuff 415

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Floating Stump on July 31, 2007
I don't have a whole lot of good things to say about this fridge, because the good things are all too general. The bad things are specific and easy to write about.

This one seems to be well made. It doesn't feel cheap, and the door seals well. I keep it in my basement where I haven't had any trouble with temperature or noise.

The bad things: Tall wine bottles do not fit, nor do some bottles when you put a vacuum stopper in. The light switch is inside (not a big deal). The fan runs all the freaking time (the cooling unit does not), so it draws a lot of power.

It has room for six bottles in the top compartment, and nine bottles below. The temperature in the top can only be set for white whine, and the bottom for red. This is strange, because you're more likely to run out of room for white, yet it's reds that can be stored at room temperature. We often have a bottle or two of white sitting on top of it, waiting to be chilled.

I would have rated this three stars if the fan ever kicked off.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By shortstuff 415 on July 7, 2009
I've had my wine cooler for a year and a half; however, after 1 year it began to slowly die. Of course when I called the service center it was 1 month after the warranty expired and I had to pay $25 per fan, two of which have already needed to be replaced and the unit still isn't working. The service center consists of 1 guy who isn't very accommodating, understanding or very knowledgeable out side of the "well, these things aren't made to last, you have to replace parts" attitude. As of now I can't store reds in the unit at all because the average temperature level is around 68-72! The white section won't spoil my wine yet, but its not the 43-45 that it should be. At this point I'm just waiting for the unit to die completely so I can call the junk man to come haul it away!

Something this expensive should last A LOT longer than 1 1/2 years!
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Rick J. Mitchell on May 10, 2007
Fan runs constantly! Enclosed documentation says "this is normal". Since the fan is always on and is not a particularly quiet fan, this cooler actually makes more noise, on average, than my standard refrigerator.

1 yr update:
I have found that it isn't really the fan that is noisy per se, but the design of the sheet metal backing - the area over the fans block enough of the air that significant noise ensues. A much quieter cooler can be had by removing the backplate or Dremel/jigsaw/hacksaw modification to remove the area over the fans.

Another unfortunate issue - there is actually a third fan inside case, whose heat sink has a bad tendency to ice over; the ice actually gets large enough to touch the fan, and then this cooler gets REALLY loud. Taking the back and first two fans off to reach the third fan is not too much work, and has to be done (for my system) every 6 months or so to defrost this fan - YMMV, based on your local indoor humidity, I'd guess. Overall, I'm happy enough with this cooler now to upgrade to 4 stars.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Wine Lover on April 22, 2009
I have tried 2 of these in the past 3 months. The first one started to heat my wine after 2 months use. The second one started to heat the wine after 33 days. It is very noisy and it has a lousy warranty. I don't recommend this product.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By david delaney on September 14, 2009
My 18 bottle wine cooler failed after 17 months. It would not cool. I called wine enthusiast and they thought the problem could be fixed by installing a new circuit board. They sent me a new circuit board (at no cost) which I installed. This did not fix the problem. I called them again and they told me they could not help me. I called/emailed them several times to try to get service for this product. Wine Enthusiast has never responded to these requests for service or information. So I am now stuck with a Wine Enthusiast wine cooler that does not cool.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael on January 18, 2010
I had my cooler for just over a year before it stopped working properly. Before that, I liked it a lot. It was about the right size for my needs, had a decent ratio of white wine space to red wine space for my liking and although the fan does run constantly as noted by some of the other reviewers, the unit is in the garage, so that was not a big deal.

Then, about a month or so after the first anniversary of the purchase date, the fan began making a lot of noise. I moved the unit to reposition it and the fan stopped making noise but also stopped keeping the wine at the set temperatures. At that point, I called customer service and the representative informed me that I had what they call a "replacement" model. In other words, it can't be fixed, it can only be replaced.

At that point, I decided to write a letter to the company, just to see if I got any response, attention, or any acknowledgment at all. Nothing.

So, I am now searching for a new cooler and the next one purchased will definitely not be a Haier product. This is unfortunate because at first I was a staunch supporter. But it seems that this is a product that works on the crap-shoot theory; it might work well for a long time, then again, it might not. If you're willing to waste a couple of hundred dollars, go ahead and buy this unit. Otherwise, my advice is to hold onto your money and do more research until you come across a more dependable, longer lasting unit.
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