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EdgeStar CWF340DZ 34 Bottle Wine Cooler with Compressor - Freestanding
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- Capacity: 34 standard wine bottles; Dual temperature zones, Reversible door, Towel bar handle, Wire wine bottle racks, Built-in security lock
- Compressor based cooling; Freestanding application only, NOT for built in use
- Upper zone: 41-54 degrees F temperature range Lower zone: 54-64 degrees F temperature range
- Weight: 94 lbs Dimensions: 33 1/8" H x 19 7/16" W x 23 1/16" D
- Note: Designed for standard sized 750ml 2.75" Bordeaux bottles, to accommodate larger bottles a shelf will need to be removed.
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Store your wines in the Edgestar 34 Bottle Free Standing Wine Cooler (CWF340DZ) and keep them chilled to perfection no matter what types they are. This dual temperature zone wine cooler can hold up to 34 standard wine bottles, and has two (2) separate temperature zones to chill both white and red wines at different temperatures. The upper zone can house white wines at a temperature between 41 and 54 degrees F, while the lower zones holds red wines at a temperature between 54 and 64 degrees F. A reversible door enables you to adjust it to swing to either the right or left, allowing the refrigerator to adapt to it's environment and surroundings. The stainless steel-trimmed door and towel bar handle give the refrigerator a stylish design, while the wood-trimmed wire wine racks add to the overall presentation, allowing you to easily show off your wine collection to friends and other collectors. Factory-installed locks also help to keep your wines safe from theft, so you can rest assured that your collection is safe wherever it is housed. Internal LED lighting highlights your collection while not overexposing it to too much light, which can easily harm your wines. Perfect for professional and amateur wine collectors and connoisseurs, this wine refrigerator is perfect for use in the kitchen or wine cellar and will be sure to keep your wines chilled. Factory-Installed Lock: A built-in lock gives you a peace of mind in knowing that your collection is safe from theft even when you aren't around Dual Temperature Zones: Two (2) temperature zones allow you chill whites and reds at their optimal temperatures for a better-tasting and longer-lasting wine Elegant Design: The stainless steel-trimmed door, wooden wine racks, and LED lighting add to an overall great presentation of your collection
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Shipping was a disaster. I was shipped this unit 3 times. On the first two, the back left corner was completely crushed and significantly damaged in the same spot on both. I believe this is likely an issue with the warehouse. On the third one, I specifically requested they check the cooler for damage before sending. Unfortunately, this time there was a huge dent in the door frame, which I strongly believe was caused by the shippers. Fortunately, the customer service was great! They just sent me a new door and I finally had a fully functional unit that was not damaged.
In regards to the cooler's performance, I think this cooler is relatively quiet. You can hear a small fan kicking on every few minutes, but it isn't loud enough to really notice. Unfortunately, though, this wine cooler does not keep a consistent temperature. If you set it for 54 degrees, it constantly fluctuates between 49 degrees and 55 degrees. The shelves were also slightly a disappointment since they do not pull out very far. You can still get the bottles out, but have to move some other bottles occasionally to access the one you want.
I still think this is all around a good unit. However, I am a little disappointed in its performance considering the cost.
I think it's important to put his unit in context of other options. It's definitely on the upper end of freestanding wine coolers in fit/finish, capacity, controls and functionality. You are getting close though to built in price with lower capacity. If you are looking at some point to fully enclose your cooler it might be worth looking at one of those other options.
As some have pointed out, this item doesn't ship well. Mine arrived in a single box with minimal styrofoam packaging. The top right portion of the door is damaged as was the bottom door hinge. I was able to bend the door hinge back into shape, and the blemish on the top right of the door is not visible in my application due to the countertop overhanging the unit. I subtracted half a star for this.
Once assembled you can definitely see the fit and finish difference from the $200-300 units. I've seen a few of these in person, and they really come across as similar in quality to that mini-fridge you had in college. Not so with the Edgestar. The door has significant weight to it closes with a satisfying feel. The shelves are all very straight and easily hold the weight of the wine, even if they are more loaded on one side vs the other. The wood shelf fronts are all beautifully finished and complete the premium look.
A few have complained about the 34 bottle capacity. I'll admit it can be a little bit of a puzzle. The top four shelves load 6 bottles in an alternating pattern, while the bottom two load 5 bottles in one direction to accommodate the compressor in the back of the unit. Bottles taller than standard will not load in the bottom two shelves. Bottles wider than standard will not load in any of the shelves without taking up extra bottle space resulting in lower overall capacity. I loaded 24 bottles and had only one that was too wide and takes up two spaces. I had two that were too long for the bottom shelves, but was able to locate them on the other four shelves. I'm fine with this compromise as the unit is already quite large, and making it any larger would start to become problematic for a freestanding unit.
The controls are wonderful to use as others have pointed out. Very simple functionally, they respond with a simple press, or press and hold in the case of the power button (I assume to avoid turning off accidentally). Not much more to say there, they simply work.
Temperature control, is well a bit perplexing. I've noticed that the unit will vary between 0-4 degrees from the 53 and 57 degree settings I have (the ideal temperature for white and red storage). From a design perspective it makes sense. The unit has one compressor and uses a fan to first direct cooler air to the upper compartment. Since they aren't independently controlled, there has to be some variance between the two. I'm not super bothered by this though, in my SF apartment the temperature can vary ten degrees or more during the day. So up to four degrees doesn't bother me, especially considering they are pretty close to ideal wine storage temps. I did subtract half a star though, as I expected close to 0-2 degrees of variance.
As far as noise goes, it has a compressor just like your normal fridge. It will make a small amount of noise as it operates during the day. As there really aren't premium thermoelectric options on the market, this is a compromise you have to make. I'll be honest though, I live in a small apartment with the kitchen not more than 12 ft from my work space. The noise is minimal and I'm hard pressed to tell you if its the fridge or the wine cooler. Chalk it up as the price to pay for a premium unit, and realize that compressor refrigeration is a much more proven technology with good longevity.
Overall, I'm very satisfied with this purchase. It meets my expectations, and with an upgrade to packaging would be very close to a 5 star rating.
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