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|Product Type: Free-Standing||Finish: 1: Black|
|Finish: 2: Stainless Steel||Primary Material: Metal|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Voltage: 115 Volts (V)|
|Frequency: 60 Hertz||Amperage: 2 Amps|
|Power Output: 140 Watts (W)||Interior Storage: Yes|
|Light Included: Yes||Levelling Legs: Yes|
|Locking Doors: Yes||Door Glass Type: Double pane; Insulated|
|Door Handle Design: Convex||Door Swing Orientation: Swing right|
|Number of Doors: 1||Defrost System: Manual|
|Installation Type: Free-Standing||Cooling System: Thermoelectric|
|Display Control Type: Digital||Temperature Display Type: LED|
|Temperature Control Type: Electronic||Ventilation Location: Side|
|Cooling Zone: Dual zone||Fan Type: Interior|
|Wine Bottle Capacity: 21||Minimum Temperature: 44 Fahrenheit|
|Maximum Temperature: 66 Fahrenheit||Commercial Use: No|
|Outdoor Use: No||Product Care: Wipe clean with a dry cloth. Do not use strong liquid cleaners.|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: No||Installation Required: No|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 1 year limited|
|ETL Certified: Yes||Energy Star Compliant: No|
Absolute Junk, Problem Prone, Doesn't Chill
Tim from Winter Haven, FL
After having this product for about 1.5 years, I can confirm that it is ABSOLUTE JUNK. I am using the wine chiller exactly as it should be used (in an open area, constantly kept clean, etc.) and am experiencing the exact same problems that you will see in other reviews online. LED readout started to go on the fritz and read weird characters, the unit started beeping, the fans started to make a surging sound about every 2 seconds, and all of this is due to the control board going bad. So I then wrote Whynter, and their response? I'm 6 months out of warranty so I essentially have to pay so much in parts, shipping, and labor that I am better off throwing the chiller in the trash. I've learned 2 lessons here: 1) DO NOT go with these Thermoelectric coolers. Make sure you go with a chiller that uses a traditional compressor. Thermoelectrics simply cannot operate efficiently, especially if you want to keep your chiller in a cabinet. 2) Some of these very cheap, no-name chillers are not worth the enticing low price. Cheap price. Does not work.
TabG from Brooklyn, NY
This works nicely. It chills decently and more importantly it's quiet as a mouse. I don't have a large apartment so quiet appliances are key. No complaints on this.
Nice Compact Cooler
Anthony from Johns Creek, GA – Verified Buyer
Holds temperature very well. Top rack does not close easily with champagne bottles. Pros: Great value
Janet Weaver from Warwick, Bermuda – Verified Buyer
This is a really nice looking wine fridge. The only complaint we have is that it doesn't chill the white wine as cold as we would like.
Best Fridge Ever
Sebastian from Frisco, TX – Verified Buyer
I purchased this fridge online and have loved it very much. Highly recommended and will buy it again...if needed! Sebastian Frisco, TX
Nice budget wine cooler
GDevis from Winsted, CT
I tried to stick this under the cabinet but realized that was messing up the ventilation from the back and causing the temps to spike internally. Placed it right next the the counter and it's been solid since. Great budget cooler that looks nicer than it costs.
Expensive but worth it
QED from Medina, WA
This cooler works as intended and the zones are good for keeping temps well. Nice stainless steel trim all around gives it an nice finish. Nice buy for a starter collection.