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NewAir AW-121E 12 Bottle Thermoelectric Wine Cooler
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- Perfect size for countertops and wet pars
- Thermoelectric cooling is silent and vibration free
- Digital control panel is easy to use and operate
- Soft LED illumination
- 3 slide-out chrome shelves hold 12 bottles of wine
- Perfect size for countertops and wet bars
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|Dimensions||19 inches x 14 inches x 19.5 inches||25.75 inches x 14 inches x 19.38 inches||9.9 inches x 20.3 inches x 26 inches||17.72 inches x 16.26 inches x 20.67 inches|
|Item Package Weight||34.45 pounds||42.2 pounds||42.5 pounds||30.85 pounds|
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NewAir AW-121E 12 Bottle Countertop Wine Cooler
Keep a supply of your favorite wine on hand with the NewAir AW-121E 12 bottle thermoelectric wine cooler. This compact, countertop option offers vibration free cooling, accurate temperature control, easy to use features, and a complementary finish to flatter most any decor. It's ideal for small kitchens, dining areas, and even home bars. Whether you're a connoisseur or a novice, this wine cooler chills wine to an ideal temperature and has just enough interior space to store your favorite vintages in an accessible area.
Freestanding, Thermoelectric Cooling
Store wine as it was meant to be in this NewAir wine cooler. Featuring sturdy shelves that gently cradle wine bottles and vibration free thermoelectric cooling, this unit provides a superior environment for wine to rest, preserving proper acidity, tannins, and the reflective index levels for the best possible results. This freestanding unit is designed to fit in small countertop areas and the leveling legs provide superior balance. All you need is 4" of clearance on all sides and you're all set!
Featuring a digital thermostat and and easy push button controls, this NewAir AW-121E wine cooler makes adjusting the temperature settings simple. View the easy to read temperature display and adjust to your personal preference. Providing a temperature range of 54-66° F., this unit chills both red and white wine as it should be. The double paned, tempered glass door maintains interior temperature, so you can be assured there won't be any fluctuations.
Versatile & Customizable
This single zone NewAir wine cooler is not only compact and lightweight for easy placement, but it's fully customizable, too. With 3 sliding shelves, viewing your collection and selecting a wine bottle is easy. Moreover, the chrome plated wine racks are removable. Simply remove the racks as needed and store a variety of your favorites. Champagne, Burgundy, Bordeaux, and Côtes de Provence all have a place inside this wine cooler!
- Compact capacity cooler holds up to 12 bottles of wine
- Complementary design adds contemporary elegance to any setting
- Illuminating interior LED light makes viewing your collection easy
- Countertop design fits in small spaces for easy placement
- Quiet, thermoelectric cooling technology is vibration free
- Great customer reviews for it's space-saving design and easy installation
- Removable wine racks for custom storage options
- Easy push button controls and digital temperature readout for superior temperature control
- Temperature range of 50-66° F. allow for preferential wine chilling
Using the most advanced technology, NewAir produces appliances that make your life easier. Exceptional design quality and original detailing set NewAir appliances apart from any other brand. Through constant research and testing, we continuously strive to perfect our appliances and provide incomparable merchandise that is exclusive to the NewAir name.
Stainless Steel & Black Finish
18 Bottle Capacity or More
Single Zone Cooling
Dual Zone Cooling
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Color: Stainless Steel
Top Customer Reviews
Initially I set it to its lowest temperature setting of 50F, which it reached in about 8 hours with 10 room-temperature bottles in it. Its fan was running continuously for that period, but that wasn't unexpected. I left the cooler at that setting overnight to let it stabilize. In the morning the fan was still running continuously. No problem, as I intended to run the cooler at 54F anyway. When I reset the temperature to 54F the fan switched off for several minutes, but after that it kicked in and out every minute or so. Out of curiosity I reset the temperature to 60F and got the same result - the fan switched off for several minutes and the temperature drifted up (quite quickly), but once it reached 60F it cycled on and off repeatedly. It's currently running for about a minute, switching off for about 30 seconds, then switching on again for a minute, in a 72F room with the cooler set to 60F.
Now, if the fan was silent or nearly so then that wouldn't be a problem, but sadly that it isn't the case. Maybe this cooler is faulty, but the fan makes a fairly loud and penetrating buzzing sound when it's running, with the speed spooling up and down as it switches on and off. The noise level is comparable to that from noisy fans on a PC, but because it's a buzz that rises and falls and switches on and off repeatedly it's hard to ignore or get used to, and it's audible from adjacent rooms.
Two other reviewers said that the noise level on their coolers was minimal while another said that the fan was quite noisy, so this might be something that varies from one cooler to the next.Read more ›
Installation was pretty simple, plug it in and screw on the door handle. The screws on the handle are fine, but the holes are not perfectly designed for them to be screwed in by hand (unless you're really strong) but they went in smoothly with an electric drill. I turned on the cooler and set it to my desired temperature 60 degrees F to keep red wine. Some bottles actually suggest what temperature to store the particular wine at. If you're not sure, just ask at you're local wine shop and they'll be happy to tell you.
It took about two hours for the cooler to get to the temperature I set and I confirmed it with a thermometer (impressive since it started at 85 degrees). The machine itself makes no real noise. If you listen really hard and there are no other sounds in the room you might hear a slight hiss of the fan, but you really have to try to hear it. This thing is quieter then my 20x more expensive regular fridge/freezer. I have yet to find a 750ml bottle of red that does not fit. Some of the fatter bottles stick in the shelf a bit and fit better on the bottom. Since I bought it for red wine its not really a concern, but it probably would not fit champagne both in girth and length of bottle. I haven't tried it, so I can't be sure. You might be able to fit one at the bottom at an angle. The stainless steel looks very nice and the blue LED is a cool feature.Read more ›
I really love that it's a smaller type of cooler. It fits 12 bottles, but it doesn't take up much more room than that. It's smaller than most standard types of mini fridges. It fits onto a kitchen counter without much room. For that matter, it would fit under most types of kitchen tables without any problems as well. Just remember to let it have space around the cooler itself to allow it to "breathe".
Setting the temperature is as easy as pressing a few buttons on the front of the cooler. You can press "up" or "down", and the LED display will tell you what temperature the cooler is inside. This way, you can set your cooler to the perfect temperature for whatever type of wine you're drinking. The buttons are easy to press, and the cooler is instantly responsive. There's also a button on the front that lets you turn on the blue light on the interior. I'll admit that I'm not too impressed by the interior light, but if you know the design/shape of your favorite wine, it does allow you to pick out your favorite bottle without turning on a harsh overhead light.
This cooler does fit the 12 bottles as advertised. Be aware that it is a tight fit, and the cooler isn't much larger than the size it would take to store the 12 bottles. The shelves easily pull out to allow you to view your wine at a glass. They aren't on any sort of "rollers" or anything, so pulling out the shelves isn't smooth, but they do pull out without too much issue.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This unit runs all the time and is extremely noisy. I can not get it to go lower then 60 dregrees. I've contacted customer service multiple times with no help what so ever. Read morePublished 10 days ago by kp
Going strong for 2 months so far. No issues. It is quiet and looks sharp. I have this on my counter top and it fits perfectly. Nice unit so far.Published 11 days ago by J. Archer
I have not been able to get them to send the screws that were missing for the handle. I have called a few times. Upsetting. I will keep calling. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Vicki Carroll
A very attractive wine cooler that is simple to use, very light and yet well put together. The issue is however that for me at least it was difficult to get one shipped to my... Read morePublished 1 month ago by KP
I'm really disappointed with this product. Just like other reviewers, I found this wine cooler to be really loud. In fact, it's louder than my refrigerator. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jonathan Foster
After reading reviews, doing a lot of research, and looking for something that would match my newly remodeled kitchen, I decided to go with this wine fridge. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Brooks