This two-zone wine cooler is suited for those who like white wines as much as red ones because both of its cooler zones can store an equal amount of 16 bottles. The unit uses a thermoelectric cooling system that is quiet and environment friendly. It also features wooden shelves, which is rarely found at this price range.
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Pro Bottles won't get scratched by shelves
This unit's shelves are wooden, so the bottle will not get scratched, as it would happen with metal shelves.
Pro Quieter and more eco than compressor cooling
The unit uses a thermoelectric cooling system which is quieter and more eco friendly compared to compressor-based systems.
Pro Stores equal amount of red and white wines
The majority of dual zone wine coolers can store less white wines instead of red wines. This isn’t the case with this wine cooler as it can equally store 16 bottles in each cooling zone.
Con Fans need cleaning every once in a while
There are air filters installed on the fans that you have to clean once every couple of months so the fans don’t get blocked. Generally, it’s easy to do if you can access the back of the cooler.
Con Not great for large parkling wine bottles
It has trouble storing large sparkling wine bottles, but it's worth noting it wasn’t designed for sparkling wines in the first place.
Con Thermoelectric cooling has some limitations
This cooler uses thermoelectric cooling, which is ambient temperature sensitive and will work best between 50-80 degrees Fahrenheit. If it’s lower or higher, the unit will struggle in maintaining the desired temperatures. The unit can maintain temperatures between 46 to 66 degrees Fahrenheit which is enough for red and white wines, but not ideal for sparkling wines that need temperatures as low as 40 degrees.