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Whynter WC-211DZ 21 Bottle Dual Temperature Zone Wine Cooler, Stainless Steel Trimmed Glass Door with Black Cabinet

by Whynter

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  • Adjustable thermostat for each zone - Upper zone (44F - 66F), Lower zone (50F - 66F)
  • Enhanced LCD temperature displays for both zones
  • Solid state components for long life - the only moving parts are fans to circulate air for even temperature distribution
  • Soft interior LED lighting with on/off switch
  • Six removable premium stainless steel trimmed scalloped chrome shevles
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameWhynter
Model InfoWC-211DZ
Item Weight55 pounds
Product Dimensions21.7 x 13.4 x 32.5 inches
Item model numberWC-211DZ
Part Number WC-211DZ
Form Factor Stand alone
Material Type stainless-steel
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #2,043 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight57.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
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Product Description

Whynter Dual Temperature Zone Freestanding Wine Cooler

Premium Quality and Sophisticated Design

This Whynter Dual Temperature Zone freestanding wine cooler offers premium quality and sophisticated design. It allows for 21 bottles of wine storage capacity; 6 bottles in the top zone and 15 bottles in the bottom zone with vibration-free thermoelectric cooling. Many wine coolers use a compressor to provide the cooling function which generates vibrations that can easily disrupt the delicate sediments in fine wine. With the thermoelectric system, your wine is kept at the appropriate temperature and humidity levels without damaging vibrations. This cooling system has no moving parts and is CFC-free, which means that you get silent and long-lasting refrigeration for your collection.

  • Vibration-free thermoelectric cooling
  • Stainless steel trimmed glass door with sleek black cabinet
  • Professional quality towel bar handle
  • Six removable premium stainless steel trimmed scalloped chrome shelves
  • Voltage: 115V /60Hz
  • Power: 140 watts / 2.0 Amps
  • ETL certified
freestanding wine cooler
Capacity: 21 bottles
freestanding wine cooler

Customer Reviews

So, if you need a unit which will last more than a year, DONT buy this one.
I contacted Whynter and they said that if I wanted it fixed I'd have to ship the unit back to them, which would require sending it back in the original packaging.
The upper unit temperature control is now stuck on 45 degrees (I think that is the temp - because of the LED's not performing) and will not adjust at up or down.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

179 of 183 people found the following review helpful By Samuel J. Biller on November 1, 2010
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Purchased the Whynter WC-211DZ 21 bottle wine cooler for a couple of reasons. It was sized right to fit in a space just below my kitchen counter top and the reviews giving Whynter products more favorable ratings over competing products. The Whynter is working well keeping both zones at my 58 degrees F setting which is my preferred setting for red wines. I would rate the quality of the Whynter good but not great. The slide out shelves feel kind of cheap. For this price point I'm still waiting for a product with slightly higher quality. The Whynter is fairly quiet although you can hear it running. As another reviewer mentioned the Whynter is designed for normal size bottles. It outputs a little heat out the side vents but nothing drastic. At this point I'm happy with my purchase. I will report back if I have any longevity problems.

Update 11/19/2011:
The unit is still going strong. No real complaints. As I mentioned in the earlier review the only minor annoyance is that the shelves don't accommodate every bottle size but I usually can figure out a way to get 99% of bottles loaded.

Update 2/11/2012:
I started noticing that the unit has been making a noticeable noise and the LED readouts are losing some of their segments. A quick internet search reveals that others have been having some similar problems with the LEDs. I'm still looking for confirmation on the noise. I'm wondering if the fan is failing or its something else. The warranty is one-year so it appears I'm out of warranty. I will contact Whynter on Monday to see what they suggest. I'm dropping my rating from 4 stars to 3 stars as a result and will update again once I figure out the remedy for the problem.
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112 of 115 people found the following review helpful By M. Yeomans on August 6, 2011
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UPDATE: October 2013

I was recently asked about the ongoing performance of my Whynter wine fridge and so offer this update.

I've had my Whynter Wine Fridge for almost exactly 3 years years now. I cannot comment on other users' experiences but, at this point, my fridge continues to function without any problems or changes.

I will note that I still have to clean the filters regularly. Every so often, probably about once a month, I'll notice the temps start to climb a few degrees from my set points. When this happens I slide the fridge out, pop the two filters out, rinse them with fresh water and put them back in. The who process takes about a minute. If the the fridge were hard mounted this could be a serious issue. For me it's no big deal.

I will also note that the fridge is still somewhat louder than you might expect. It is probably as loud as my full sized fridge. Not a problem for me but others might find it distracting.

I still like the cool blue LED numbers and I usually leave the blue interior lights on. They make a cool night light and match the blue LEDs on the other electronics in my kitchen.

The interior rack system is not particularly heavy or solid and I stand by my description of it as "cheesy" but after three years of light to moderate use everything is intact and functioning properly. The door handle, hinges, buttons, etc. are all working as they should.

So, my opinion after 3 years? Again, I cannot speak to other users' experiences but, based solely on my personal experience, I have no complaints and would still feel comfortable recommending the Whynter wine fridge for what it is - a value priced product for novice to intermediary wine buffs.
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139 of 150 people found the following review helpful By D. Rockstad on November 22, 2010
I just purchased the Whynter 21 Bottle Dual Temperature Zone Wine Cooler (Model #WC-211DZ) from Amazon.com. As always, there was a quick shipping time with Amazon. This wine cooler looks great. Silver, slim, and nice visual addition to any kitchen or bar area. However, in reality, there are definitely some areas that it falls short.

1. This wine cooler will fit ONLY "traditional" bottles. That means it will NOT fit Champagne bottles, sparkling wine, Muscat bottles (longer than traditional bottles), port, traditional chianti bottles, etc.

2. While this cooler holds 21 bottles, the metal racks only accommodate 18 bottles. Whynter designed this unit so that you place the last three bottles on the floor of the unit, NOT on a shelf. There is a track there for a shelf, but the unit only comes with 6 shelves (3 bottles on each) instead of the 7 shelves it should have. Not only does this not look as attractive, it makes it more cumbersome to look at the wine, as you cannot just slide the metal shelf out.

3. The metal trays do not slide in or out easily, making it a bit difficult to look at the wines on each shelf.

If you only drink red wine or white wine in traditional bottles and you are looking for your first wine cooler, than this is likely a good choice for you. If you are more of a wine enthusiast and like to store several types of wine, particularly champagne, I would NOT recommend this unit. I never would have thought that a traditional champagne bottle wouldn't fit in a wine cooler. Alas, I now have no place to store all my sparkling wines.
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