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EdgeStar 36 Bottle Built-In Dual Zone French Door Wine Cooler - Black/Stainless Steel

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  • Capacity: 36 standard 750 mL wine bottles; Built-in or freestanding installation
  • French door layout w/ black dot matrix tempered glass; Black cabinet and stainless steel trim doors
  • Door lock on each door; Large matching stainless steel handles; Dimensions: 34 1/8" H x 23 1/2" W x 24 3/8" D; Dimensions (Without Handle): 34 1/8" H x 23 1/2" W x 22 5/8" D
  • 10 full depth, slide-out stainless steel-trimmed wood shelves; Two (2) partial depth slide-out stainless steel-trimmed wood shelves
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Product Description

EdgeStar 46 Bottle Built-In Dual Zone Wine Cooler - Black and Stainless Steel

Edgestar built-in wine coolers are inspired by you to fit seamlessly into your lifestyle and suit your specific wine storage needs. This 24” design fits perfectly in standard undercounter areas and allows you to store and display up to 36 bottles of your favorite wine. Loaded with features and an elegant french door design this wine refrigerator is a popular choice that will perfectly blend into any home décor.

Specifications:
 
  • 10 full depth, slide-out stainless steel-trimmed wood shelves
  • Two partial depth slide-out stainless steel-trimmed wood shelves
  • Auto defrost
  • Security lock on each door
  • Temperature Range: 40-65º F for both zones
  • LED displays show current temperature
  • Rubber bushing absorbs vibration and noise from compressor
  • Input voltage: 115 V/60 Hz
  • Power: 120 W/1.2 A
  • Weight: 100 lbs
  • Dimensions: 34 1/8" H x 23 1/2" W x 24 3/8" D
  • Dimensions (Without Handle): 34 1/8" H x 23 1/2" W x 22 5/8" D

Capacity

 




36 Bottle Wine Capacity

Capacity based on standard Bordeaux style wine bottles with a diameter of 2.75". You can accommodate larger bottles by removing a shelf, keep in mind this will decrease the stated bottle capacity.

 

Features

 

Elegant Design

The sleek stainless steel trim French doors, matching slide-out stainless steel trimmed shelves and soft LED interior lighting provide a timeless design to showcase your treasured collection. Whatever the setting, these units are sure to spark conversation about their attractive and pleasing aesthetic.

Digital Controls

One of the most important elements of a cooling system is the controls. They should be accessible, easily understood, and provide you with accurate information on the exact temperature you are attempting to achieve. The intuitive touch control and digital temperature display allow you to easily adjust and monitor the desired temperature based on your specific cooling needs.

Tinted Glass

UV rays can cause a host of problems for any wine collection. In addition to providing unwanted heat, which puts needless strain on your cooling unit, exposure to UV light can alter the chemical makeup of your wine, potentially affecting taste and maturation. The tinted glass door ensures that while your wine bottles are visible, the integrity of your wine is protected from the potential harm of harsh light and UV rays. .

Shelf Bottle Arrangement

This shelf layout will allow you to achieve the maximum bottle capacity based on a ‘Typical Bordeaux’ bottle.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 24.5 x 23.5 x 34 inches
Item Weight 110 pounds
Shipping Weight 159 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer EdgeStar
ASIN B008MVY3HU
Item model number CWR361FD
Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #42,046 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#6 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Wine Cellars > Built-In Wine Cellars
Date first available at Amazon.com July 19, 2012

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OK - Here's the scoop - If you need a BUILT IN appliance, and want TWO zones, this one does the job very well.

The Good :
Extremely nice looking unit. No one fails to comment about it's good looks when they see it.
2 zones of operation - easy to set up and start using - acceptable temperature control
Built IN operation. ( fans are necessary )
Not too loud. It's a real compressor - but an efficient one, the loudest operation is the pop of the starter as the compressor is started.*

The Bad :
The interior light is not very useful ( except as mood lighting ) =)
No control panel lock *

Now the details -
The unit can be used as a stand alone or as a built in appliance. I can understand those that have mentioned noise as an issue depending on the use.
*This has a real compressor, and a fan that operates independently of the compressor. If you are keen to these noises, you will notice them, however - as an appliance, it is quiet overall, and does what it's supposed to, while maintaining EXTREMELY good looks. If you build this under your counters the noise of it running are negligible, with the occasional small pop of a compressor starter being the only thing that is real noticeable.
If your intentions are to use this as a standalone - consider a unit that is therm o-electric. ( No moving parts ) There are other considerations when going that path, outside the scope of this review, so read up if you'd rather have something that is essentially solid-state.

Once up and running - the set temperatures for each side do seem to wander quite a bit, BUT - and this is BIG... as you fill the cooler, the temperature stabilizes greatly.
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Very noisy wine cooler. I like the design and duel temp zones. doesn't hold the temp you set by a degree or so, not a big issue but if you need a quite fridge, I would shop a box store in your area ( and listen to it) because Edgestar will not do anything about it. They told me all fridge's make noise. when I said my Bosch fridge is whisper quiet, they had no response. I have since learned that a thermoelectric cooler is the way to go, it's whisper quiet compared to a normal compressor. This is a very expensive mistake. I would not recommend it.
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We purchased this unit about 14 months ago as it was the 'best value' by all reviews although the price was rather high. We installed it per the instructions during our kitchen remodel and immediately noted that it produced a lot of noises that we weren't accustomed to. Manufacturer's manual indicated this was normal so we didn't worry. It has worked well during the 14 months we owned this unit and last week we noted that it no longer was maintaining the temperatures that were set.. After pulling the unit our of the cabinetry we noticed a puddle of oil on the bottom metal pan. After consulting a refrigeration repair service they advised that the compressor had lost all its lubricating oil and subsequently the refrigerant accounting for the loss of cooling. Upon calling Edgestar directly for any repair or replacement options we were advised to have it repaired at our expense as it was 2 months out of warranty and "sorry but that is how warranties' work" were the exact words from their service department. For $950 dollars I'd say save your money and buy from another manufacturer with a product that doesn't fail 2 months after the warranty is up. Classic Chinese built garbage sold by am American distributor who will take your money and when you need help...too bad sucker! Please warn anyone that this shiny stainless steel unit is just a wrapper for a cheap product.
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I've had this wine fridge for 10 months now and have been very happy with it. It's installed in the butlers pantry and looks gorgeous. Many of the complaints of this fridge is the compressor noise but that is VERY SUBJECTIVE so I grabbed my dBA meter and took some measurements...see pics!

Kitchen area baseline with no appliances on hovers around 22-23 dBA... my house is VERY quiet!

My brand new LG Kitchen refrigerator with compressor ON:
From <1' = 51.6 dBA (very quiet relatively speaking)
From 3.5"= 23.4 dBA (barely louder than my quiet room)

EdgeStar Dual Zone French Door Wine Fridge with compressor ON:
From <1' = 62.0 dBA (NORMAL refrigerator noise as measure up against unit)
From 4' = 30.1.dBA (quiet relatively speaking)
From 8' = 28.4 dBA (HERE IS THE BOTTOM LINE... can I hear the wine fridge from a dead silent room?... absolutely. Is it noisy?... I don't think so. Its quite the classic refrigerator noise level. I think as modern appliances get quieter, peoples standards just keep changing and getting more critical. Maybe since my unit is 'built-in', it may be quieter than those that are not...

Again, I'm a happy customer after 10 months of use and at this price point, its hard to beat. As a comparison, the matching Kitchen Aid wine unit (had I gone that route when we built the house) would have been 2.5X the cost of this EdgeStar unit and would have been a single zone, single door unit.

Hope this helps in any decisions you may be making.
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