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Danby DWC114BLSDD Designer 38-Bottle Dual-Zone Wine Cooler, Black/Stainless Steel/Glass
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- Free-standing application only (38-bottle capacity)
- 2 distinct separately regulated temperature zones, 1 for red wine and 1 for white wine
- White LED thermostat is easily viewed through the door
- Magnetic door gaskets retain cooling poer and humidity levels
- Reversible hinge for left or right hand opening
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Store up to 38 bottles of wine in two distinct separately regulated temperature zones for red and white wine storage The all black cabinet with stainless steel trimmed door provides a contemporary look
From the Manufacturer
With the Danby Designer DWC114BLSDD 38-Bottle Free-Standing Dual-Zone Wine Cooler, you can store up to 38 bottles of wine in two distinct, separately regulated temperature zones for red and white wine storage. A reversible tempered glass door helps to protect the wine from harmful UV rays. White LED interior lights beautifully showcase the wine without the heat of an incandescent bulb. The all black cabinet with stainless steel trimmed glass door provides a contemporary look and the towel bar style door handle adds a stylish touch.
Top Customer Reviews
The noise level is hardly noticeable. The unit itself is sturdy (90+ lbs.). Temperature adjustment is easy enough. Since I have a lonely bottle of wine in it I am looking forward to filling it with the batch of dewberry wine my son and will soon be bottling......
Noise: it's not noisy at all. I actually had to hold my ear directly to it to hear some faint sound. When you open the door, you can hear it more, but still it's not loud.
Size: It can nicely fit 30 regular 750 ml bottles, 5 per shelf. You can also alternate direction of the bottles, this way you can fit 6 regular bottles per shelf. With alternating directions of the Riesling type bottles, you can fit 7 bottles per shelf (I played some different scenarios, too much free time lol). The bottom shelf will not fit long bottles (Riesling type), only regular size, and you can't alternate directions. The top shelf is a little bigger than the rest, it can fit 4-5 Champagne or 1.5 liter wine bottles. So here is the bottom line on the max capacity: you can fit 35 Riesling bottles plus 5 regular bottles on the bottom shelf for the total of 40 bottles, that is if you are REALLY into Riesling. Or if you are storing only regular size wine bottles, you can fit 35 of them (5 shelves of 6 bottles, and 5 bottles in the bottom).
Sturdiness: the cabinet itself looks and feels nice and sturdy, the shelves feel a little flimsy, but they do the job.
Overall it's a great little cooler, especially for the price I paid. I recommend before buying it online, check your local wholesale clubs (Sam's, BJ's, Costco). It's a seasonal item, usually sold in the spring/early summer.
Temperature controls are inside the cooler behind the door so toddlers can't mess with them.
It stores long Reisling bottles and 750 ml bottles on the top shelf.
On the minus side:
It's very loud. I have it in my dining room.
My room is carpeted and the door rubs the carpet.
The shelves aren't tall enough. It's difficult to store anything but narrow bottles unless a shelf is removed so that cuts down on the quantity of bottles it stores. Forget the Pinot Noirs.
I needed to change the door to open to the left. Parts broke. Customer Service has a 5 day business day lag and then they told me to go to a hardware store for replacement parts. It's brand new with an extended warranty. What's up with that!?!
I switched the door, and now the 'Danby' emblem is upside down.
I would not repurchase.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Overall a good purchased. Just won't over stock it with bottles.