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Wine Enthusiast Silent 21 Bottle Dual Zone Wine Refrigerator with Curved Doors
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- 21-bottle capacity-6 pull out chrome shelves, and stand up bottle area
- A thermoelectric, energy-efficient, CFC-free wine cooler. ETL approved
- Interior LED lighting makes selecting that perfect bottle a cinch
- Top zone adjustable temperature range: 46-65 DegreeF provides ideal storing conditions for reds and whites
- Bottom zone adjustable temperature range: 52-65 DegreeF provides ideal storing conditions for reds and whites, and optimum serving conditions for most whites
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Stylish curved doors. This thermoelectric, energy-efficient, CFC-free wine cooler... Protects the taste of reds and whites with updated, virtually silent cooling technology in 2 zones. Increases the convenience of temperature control with an exterior digital touchscreen, enhance living areas with designer styling, including a reflective smoked-glass door. All for a price that makes enjoying wine affordable! ETL approved.
Delivery of this wine cooler is not available to be sold in California due to the California Energy Commission Energy Efficiency standards which regulate appliances maximum energy consumption (kWh)
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A couple of quick negatives: the unit is supposed to go down to 47 on the top cellar and 53 on the bottom (it states 46 and 52 on the listing, but the adjustable thermostat numbers only go down to 47 and 53): The cellar continues to read 50 on top and 58 on bottom, despite setting these on the lowest. I have tried this with the cellar empty and full. Here however is the interesting part: the bottles feel the correct temperature to touch and when consuming. I haven't tested this with an overpriced laser thermometer, but is seems the whites are actually close to 47, despite the 50 reading on the front.
It does produce a bit of noise. It is thermoelectric, so it doesn't have the jarring compressor startup sound, but it does have a hum, more frequent at lower temperatures and when empty of course. Keep this cellar as full as possible to keep the temperature consistent and have less noise. Also make sure not to shove all the bottles to the very back - keep room for air flow and don't block the internal (or external) vents.
This vents on the side, so I would not recommend building this into a cabinet area without a proper vent area.
+ The cellar holds pretty large pinot bottles in the maximum capacity setup (not the largest).
+ Holds tall bottles, including most German Rieslings I've tested it with.
+ Includes option for all horizontal shelving in bottom unit - all shelves included.
+ Includes option for the pictured setup where it can accommodate larger bottles or open bottles (who has those?)
+ Includes a water tray for adjusting humidity - I don't use this since this is a short term cellar unit for me.
+ Holds 21 bottles as advertised with standard horizontal shelving setup. No crazy cramming.
+ Easy to use controls on the front - C/F temps, separate lights (appear to be LED) in each cellar compartment.
+ Thermoelectric - much better, quieter, energy efficient, and durable than standard compressor units.
Bottom line: this does not replace a proper cellar - I recommend having one built (you can even put it in a closet in your home) or renting an off site cellar (which I do). If you have less than 50 bottles and don't need the capacity, then this is a good unit. We use this for the wines are are more likely to drink soon - keeping the high end reds in the bottom and a few ready to drink whites up top. The cheaper stuff can just hang out at room temperature.
I recommend this unit - it is functional and looks great. I will update further when I figure out the temperature situation. I might test a bottle by pouring wine in a glass and sticking a thermometer in it! It might just be the thermometers in the unit are placed oddly.
Update 8/4/16: Keeps hovering around 50 in the top unit, the lower unit stays at 55 consistently. I keep my place cool, but not too cool in the summer, so the ambient temperature is probably about 76 - 78. I expect this might be the reason the top doesn't get down to 48. I'll update again in winter when the inside temp is consistently upper 60s.
So unit did not maintain correct temperature in one of the compartments so I was able to return it for replacement. Now after 3 or 4 weeks, my replacement unit started giving me error messages! I am now trying to figure out what to do.