|Item Weight||45 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.2 x 15.8 x 21.6 inches|
|Item model number||WC-20TL|
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Sunpentown WC-20TL ThermoElectric with Touch Sensitive Controls 20-Bottle Wine Cooler
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20 Standard bottles capacity with removable shelves. Mirror glass door with black trim and cabinet reflects a contemporary look. Touch sensitive control panel with LED temperature display on door. Thermoelectric Technology (no compressor) offers a quiet operation with no vibration. Adjustable temperature between 54 to 66°F. Please note: This is not a build-in/under-counter unit. 5-inch clearance is required on all 4 sides for ventilation (left, right, back and top). Maximum temperature variance is 35 F degrees.
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The Cons: Space for wine in racks is sub-standard. For low to mid-quality liquor / grocery store wine, that I presume is consistently smaller in circumference, size is fine. However, for our finer wines with bottle circumference of 10.5" (or even 10"), they have to be jammed in, reducing space for other rows. Also, it takes almost two days to get down to 55-54 degrees the first time you plug it in.
The Pros: Love the size, it fits under my favorite pub table perfectly - so why couldn't they have made it an inch bigger to accommodate bigger bottles! Seems well made and sold, but LIGHT. I like the smooth glass door with recessed handle, rather than one that has to be installed and sticks out. It has stayed nice and cold and no condensation. I wanted to give it a 4, and really think at this price (paid less than $150) it's HARD to complain since it does work, but I'll say 3 because it should have been EASY to make it an inch bigger.
My recommendation: BUY it for everyday wine storage of average to small size bottles. If you are looking for a long term storage solution for high end wines, this isn't really the best choice.
The Sunpentown (yes, the same company that makes the very highly rated SU-4010 humidifier) comes very well packaged with an unfortunately large amount of styrofoam. It seems to be missing a foot when you first open it, but it turns out this is a design feature, not a design flaw. Or so they tell me. Anyway, the good news is that it does not affect operation.
The shelves are not adjustable, but it will store 20 standard wine bottles pretty well. Bigger bottles are a challenge. Thicker champagne bottles won't go. Tall bottles are usually OK in the middle of the fridge because the glass in the door isn't as close to the bottles as the rest of the door, but really tall Reislings would be a challenge.
There's a little light inside which goes on if you've left the door open too long, but isn't really an automatic light (you have to switch it off manually). It's fine, but not great.
The whole thing is quiet and discreet. It's as loud as a very quiet fan, and there's no juddering of a compressor when it switches on or off. That's because there is no compressor (this still isn't a fridge). It's just a fan and some cooling fins. None of that is exposed at the back of the cabinet but you will need to leave room for air movement. This is NOT suitable for installing in a cabinet, requiring inches of clearance on all sides to function properly. However, it's about the same height as a nice coffee table and works very well for that purpose in my spare room.
No idea yet on reliability. If I have problems, I'll update this review. I'm generally pretty happy with it.