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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. See More
This cooler has a compressor based cooling system that works in tandem with the double-layered tempered glass doors to offer keep the temperature stable. Its range of 40-66 degrees Fahrenheit means you can easily store either sparkling wines that require low temperatures, or red wines that need higher temperatures. See More
Thanks to the clever ventilation system, the unit doesn’t need space in the back or on the sides to prevent overheating. This means that it can be built in a countertop without any worries. Though even if you use it as a freestanding unit, it won’t look out of place. See More
While most modern wine coolers use thermoelectric cooling that are more efficient, this one uses a more traditional compressor type cooling. This technology has proven to be more reliable in the long term and compressors can work in a wider temperature range compared to thermoelectric ones. See More
The unit has two independently controlled zones so you can store both red and white wines together. The upper zone can hold 12 standard 750ml wine bottles and its temperature range is best suited for white wines. The bottom can hold 22 bottles and is best used for red wines. The temperatures can be controlled precisely and slight fluctuations will not be a concern. See More