|Item Weight||69 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.1 x 17.5 x 32.8 inches|
|Item model number||DWC93BLSDB|
|Installation Type||Free Standing|
|Form Factor||Stand Alone|
|Door Material Type||Glass|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year Parts and Labor in Home service|
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Danby 36 Bottle Freestanding Wine Cooler
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- 36 bottle free-standing wine cooler
- Blue LED interior lighting beautifully showcases the wine without the heat of an incandescent bulb
- Recessed pocket style handle
- Black wire shelving.Tempered glass door with stainless steel trim helps to protect the wine from harmful UV rays
- Temperature range of 6°C - 14°C (43°F - 57°F)
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The Danby DWC93BLSDB 36-Bottle Free-Standing Wine Cooler is an attractive and effective way to keep your wine bottles cool. Featuring room for 36 bottles, all brilliantly showcased by the blue LED interior lighting and protected from UV rays by a tempered glass door, this free-standing cooler needs no more than an outlet to function, meaning you can place it anywhere you need. Package Content: wine coolermanualwarranty Tempered glass door protects wine from harmful UV rays Reversible door hinging for left or right hand opening Height 32.69 Width 17.50 Depth 20.06 Weight 70.00 Color Black/Stainless Operating System Batteries Included Batteries Required Number of Batteries 0 Battery Type No batteries required Language English Assembly Required
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Danby 36 Bottle Freestanding Wine Cooler
From the manufacturer
Danby 36 Bottle Wine Cooler
When you have several bottles of wine that need to be cooled, the most convenient and economical way to store them is in a fashionable free-standing wine cooler such as this model from Danby. This spacious unit offers 3.3 cubic feet of cooling space which is designed to store up to 36 bottles of your favourite wines on attractive black wire shelving units. Your collection will also look quite impressive due to the blue LED interior lighting which beautifully showcases the bottles through the elegant tempered-glass door. The bottles will always be at the temperature you prefer since the range of the wine cooler lies between 6°C and 14°C (43°F and 57°F). There’s no incandescent bulb to interfere with the chilling process and the glass door is designed to protect your collection from potentially harmful ultraviolet rays. This appliance features a stylish recessed pocket-style handle and the smooth back design allows it to be installed flush against a wall. The handy reversible door swing also enables you to open it from the left or right-hand side. This sturdy wine cooler also comes with an 12-month warranty on parts and labour with in-home service.
Holds up to 36 Bottles
- 36-bottle free-standing wine cooler.
- Temperature range of 6°C - 14°C (43°F - 57°F).
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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".
Some people have expressed the opinion that leaving wine in a unit like this for extended periods will dry out the corks. I left a digital humidity meter inside for a day, and noted that the humidity level was 60%. Hardly desert like.
The unit seems well built and solid. It certainly weighs enough at about 70 pounds. It is slightly noisy, as others have noted, making a noticeable whine when cycling for a few minutes every so often. But I tend to think that the sound levels are more a product of a unit like this being placed in living rooms or dens, where this kind of noise is unusual and calls attention to itself, more than it is due to the system being more noisy than average.
It does in fact hold 36 standard sized bottles. Adding one broad shouldered bottle per row didn't cause any problem. But if your whole assortment of wine is all broad shouldered bottles then you might wind up with only four bottles per row rather than five. But standard 750ml bottles were no problem.
I am basically happy with my Danby wine cooler for what it is: an inexpensive unit that is mostly for convenient wine storage close to the dining table, at a temp that is approximately the right temp for storage, that protects wine from big temp swings and excessive heat. It's not a system for long term aging or preservation. For the price, about $240.00 from Amazon with free shipping for Prime members at the time of this review, it is certainly the cheapest unit of this type on offer. It seems to be a great bargain, even with the features that it lacks. It does not, for example, have a digital temp readout, or the ability to maintain warmer temps up to about 60F, or humidity control, and although the racks are removable they are not slide out trays, you have to pull each bottle out to see what it is. For the money I am a happy buyer. At higher prices one should be more critical, and might think harder about the system's characteristics before buying.
About 8 years ago I had come across a Danby DWC350BLPA 35 Bottle Wine Cooler. It did well for several years but started to make noise from the compressor around the 6-7 year mark. I noted the temperature at coldest setting was at 55 degrees and thought it was going. So I got rid of it and purchased a new one.
This model is definitely more attractive than the previous model and definitely more affordable than their competitors. However, after reading some of the reviews I never considered the temperature difference between top and bottom shelves.
So I did my own experiment for top and bottom shelves at low, medium, and max cool settings.
Here are my results:
Warmest setting: High shelf = 55 deg, Low shelf = 48 deg
Medium setting: High shelf = 55 deg, Low shelf = 45 deg
Coldest setting: High shelf = 55 deg, Low shelf = 42 deg
So in summary, my original Danby of several years may have actually been fine and just making standard old age noise as it seems the top shelf does not deviate in temperature at all.
I'm rating this product just a 3/5 due to the fact that the upper part of the fridge has no temp change at all regardless of the temp settings and that it only has a max total swing of 6 degrees from low to high.
But hey, it fits in my beer temp ranges and it is relatively cheap. So maybe in another 6-7 years they get it right and the temperature can stay constant throughout and a little wider range than 6 degrees from coldest to warmest. I would pay a little more for those changes.
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Also does not hold 36 bottles - more like 28