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Koldfront TWR187ESS 18 Bottle Free Standing Dual Zone Wine Cooler, Black and Stainless Steel
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- Control panel with LCD temperature display for both zones; Dimensions: 25.33" H x 14" W x 22.25" D
- Free-standing installation only, not meant for built in use; Tempered glass door; Door swing of 180 degrees required to remove shelving
- Top zone temperature range: 54° to 66°F; Lower zone temperature range: 46° to 66°F
- For a larger version of this model please see TWR247ESS and TWR327ESS; Thermoelectric cooling; Safety lock;
- 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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Koldfront 18 Bottle Free Standing Dual Zone Wine Cooler - Black and Stainless Steel
Store various types of wine at their optimal temperatures using the Koldfront 7 Series 18 Bottle Free Standing Dual Zone Wine Cooler ( TWR187ESS). This free-standing wine cooler has two temperature zones, both which use thermoelectric cooling to ensure that up to 18 bottles of your wine taste as the winemakers intended.
Weight: 35.3 lbs.
Tempered glass door
Free-standing installation only
Input voltage: 115 V/60 Hz
Power: 110 Watts, 1.0 Amps
Dimensions: 25.33" H x 14" W x 22.25" D
Koldfront's 7 Series:
As a part of Koldfront's 7 Series, this wine cooler is designed to be as stylish as it is efficient, boasting both an even cooling and sleek presentation of your wine
Dual Zone Design:
This freestanding wine cooler has two temperature zones, allowing you to store both red and white wine simultaneously at their optimum temperatures
Vibration-Free Thermoelectric Cooling:
Harmful vibrations and noises are eliminated and the temperature is evenly maintained due to this unit’s energy-efficient thermoelectric cooling system
The top zone has a temperature range of 54 to 66°F while the lower zone has a temperature range of 46 to 66°F
Dual Zone Control Panel:
Both zones can be controlled by the centrally located control panel featuring a LCD temperature display and temperature adjustment buttons for both the top and lower zones
Soft Interior Lighting:
The LED interior lighting displays your bottles in a delicate, non-intrusive light
18 Bottle Capacity:
Capacity based on standard Bordeaux style wine bottles with a diameter of 2.75"
Removable Wood Shelving:
Accommodate larger bottles by reconfiguring the easily removable wooden shelves; however, keep in mind this will decrease the stated bottle capacity
You can rest assured that your wine collection is safe due to this unit’s available lock
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The cooler is the perfect size for the amateur wine collector, or for the person that just likes to store wine in the appropriate temperature. I have been a been storing wine bottles from my many wine tours throughout California for some time, and just now decided to get a cooler since I moved and have the room for it. I'm not a serious collector, and don't have more than a handful of nice wines...That's why this is perfect for my needs.
So, here's the good and bad of the unit:
Pros: Perfect size for my needs. Not many options at the 18 bottle range. The cooler is made of nice materials. It doesn't feel flimsy, and looks very nice in our living room (we have a very open space).
I like the dual zone feature, especially since you can make both levels the same temperature if you go through a period where you don't have white wines. Special note**: A dual zone cooler is only necessary if you want to be able to serve red and white wine out of your cooler. To clarify, the proper storage temperature for ALL wines is 55 degrees fahrenheit. That's right, you can store both red and white in one zone, and do it properly. However, if you'd like to be able to pull both red and white wine right out of the cooler and serve it immediately, then you want the ability to store at cooler temps for white.
I like the wood frames. They provide a nice look to the unit.
The digital temperature gauges are really nice and convenient. I have had no problem getting the temperature exactly where I need it. I have read of others having issues getting the temp low enough. I think it's common sense. If the cooler is in extreme temperatures, it may have difficulty reaching optimal temperatures inside. This is a lower-mid-range unit folks. If you want to spend $1000+ for a wine fridge, your prospects may be better, but let me say, I've had no issues.
It's quiet. This is right in my living room and I barely hear it. Now, there is a little bit of sound, but it's more like the sound a typical fridge makes. Now loud or annoying sounds.
Cons: The two major cons are pretty simply explained. 1. The unit is too small for some bottles as mentioned in other posts. I could not store two of my nice bottles of wine because they were too long and I couldn't close the door. However, most of my bottles fit. Only one type did not.
Second, the shelves are a little small for the unit, and can easily slip out of the guides. This is obviously not good if you have nice wines in the cooler and the shelf falls. The shelves should be a better fit, but I turn it to the side a bit when pulling it out, and no issues. It's up to you how much this would bother you. Again, this is a cheaper model. You have to expect some imperfections for the lower than normal price.
Loses one star for all the wood shelves not able to hold half of the standard wine bottles (shelves too close together).