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Urban Trend Waterfall Wine Chiller, 10-275
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- Chill and serve your favorite wines
- Ice cold waterfall gently bathes and chills your wine
- Computer controlled to achieve the perfect drinking temperature
- Maintain an ideal temperature as a decorative ice bucket
- Conventional rapid chilling can shock the wine
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Chill and serve your favorites wines and other beverages to perfection in the Waterfall Wine Chiller. Wine is cradled while an ice-cold waterfall gently bathes your wine and chills your wine to the perfect drinking temperature. The Waterfall Wine Chiller is programmed to automatically chill the wine to the perfect drinking temperature. Built-in optional rotation feature for faster chilling. Conventional rapid chilling can shock the wine, Most Whites are served too cold, Most Reds are served to warm. The Waterfall Wine Chiller’s cooling system is computer controlled to achieve the perfect drinking temperature. The built-in auto-shut off control assures perfection.
Top Customer Reviews
I did some extensive research before purchasing a chiller, as our last one (used freezer packs) died and was a pain to use. I looked into the models that refrigerate the wine, but every one of them I could find are poorly reviewed as they either don't work at all, or take forever.
For this unit, all has been good for the several bottles of wine (and champagne) we have put through it. The base accommodates most normal sized wine and champagne bottles, though bottles with a very large base will not fit.
The box is interesting, as the only place they list the "Urban Trend" brand is in very small print next to the company address. The instructions do not seem "US" oriented, with measurements being metric. That's not a big deal at all, and you really don't need to measure the amount of water or ice you put in it.
I wouldn't purchase this model (or ice fed wind chiller) if you don't have an ice dispenser in your fridge, as I imagine it would be a pain popping all of those cubes out of a tray. Just fill the back of the unit with ice (door is slightly flimsy but I didn't feel like I would break it). Then fill the front with water until it flows up to the mesh area where it mixes the water with ice.
I found it odd that the unit doesn't have an on button; you have to hold the spin button down for 3 seconds. It has buttons for different wines (and champagne) you want to cool, so the "computer control" can know how you want to cool it. All the buttons really do are timers for whatever you put in there, but useful none the less. The front display is a bit washed out and hard to see, and is 100% pointless.Read more ›
The first one of these I received leaked water when operated. This was a gift, so the recipient was not impressed. I returned the item for a replacement. The replacement worked, and was used a few times. When we took it out of the closet to use 6 months later, it was inoperative. So 3 or 4 uses, then worthless. Since we were beyond the return date, I decided to disassemble the thing and see if I could fix it. With power applied directly to the motors, it operated. So I bypassed the control boards, and wired the power directly to the rotator and water pump. Now it works, but no timer or other controls. During disassembly, it became apparent that the manufacturer uses low cost components: the screw heads stripped, the motors are noisy, and the adhesive used to seal the water lines is sloppily applied. The electrical boards seem cheaply made without any conformal coating that would be expected for operation in a damp environment.
Please do not make the same mistake I did. Do not spend money on an item that will break just after you have passed the return window. You will be lucky if it works at all - let alone only once. Really, really, really disappointed. I will try to go about returning it through Amazon, but I'm sure I already know the answer to how that will turn out.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Granted, I bought this thing 2 years ago but I think ive used it half a dozen times at most. the few times it operated it was ok, but I tried to use it this last week and it was... Read morePublished 14 months ago by DrG
I had similar experience as many others that commented on this product. It worked first time when arrived. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Bojan Z.
I thought this thing was terrible at first but then figured out the power button is the spin button and must be pressed for 3-5 seconds. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael Thilo
I used this item exactly once. The second time I tried to use it, it shorted out. The electric does not work and I have no way to fix it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kristin S.
I plugged it in and it just didn't work. Customer service is non-existent and it is a shame considering the cost. Read morePublished 17 months ago by arthur hochhauser
I bought this for my wife for Xmas and recently had the opportunity to use it. I took the product out of the box plugged it in and it tripped my electrical outlet. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Joseph Caldarella
Worked for a while, but after a couple months it refuses to turn on. It lights up for half a second and I can hear the motor start up, but then it goes dead. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
pathetic. stopped working after one use. The buttons dont work properly. Do not waste money in buying this.Published 20 months ago by devyani nopany