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Danby 36 Bottle Freestanding Wine Cooler

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If you’ve been known to throw a bottle of wine in the fridge after your guests arrive, the Danby DWC93BLSDB 36 Bottle Wine Cooler may be just the thing for you. With a temperature range of 43 – 57 degrees F, this wine cooler will keep your wine perfectly chilled and

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Danby 36 Bottle Freestanding Wine Cooler

If you’ve been known to throw a bottle of wine in the fridge after your guests arrive, the Danby DWC93BLSDB 36 Bottle Wine Cooler may be just the thing for you. With a temperature range of 43 – 57 degrees F, this wine cooler will keep your wine perfectly chilled and at the ready for any occasion. This beauteous, free-standing wine cooler holds up to 36 bottles of your favorite varietals, which should make for a decent variety to please your guests … and yourself! A clear view of your selection allows you to pick the perfect bottle for your party – or any other event – and the interior blue LED lighting provides you with just that.   Easy access to your wine makes for happy guests, and the reversible door swing on this wine cooler has left- and right-hand opening. The recessed pocket-style handle further assists with the ease, and the tempered glass door front makes for a lovely display while helping protect your wine from UV rays. The classic black and stainless steel exterior will add a little sophistication to any space, and the black wire shelving assures that this wine cooler is indeed cool outside and in. Measures 17.5W x 20D x 32.6875H inches.   About Danby Products Danby is one of the largest household appliance marketing companies in North America, with an impressive lineup of compact, specialty, and home comfort appliances to suit the lifestyles of today’s consumer. Danby’s reputation as a leader in the appliance market has been achieved by researching what consumers want and providing quality innovative products at competitive prices to fit their lifestyles. Free-standing design; 36-bottle capacity. Interior blue LED lighting illuminates with minimal heat. UV-ray-resistant tempered glass door. Door opens to the left or right. Recessed pocket-style handle for easy opening. Temperature range: 43 – 57 degrees F. Sleek black with stainless steel; black wire shelving. Dimensions: 17.5W x 20D x 32.6875H in..

Product Features

  • 36 bottle free-standing wine cooler
  • Blue LED interior lighting beautifully showcases the wine without the heat of an incandescent bulb
  • Recessed pocket style handle
  • Black wire shelving
  • Tempered glass door with stainless steel trim helps to protect the wine from harmful UV rays

Comments

APC Reviews says:

A super value at $250 or less. Looks great. Good budget priced wine cooler For those of you who are conflicted and confused about what the distinctions are between a “wine cooler” and a “wine cellar”, let this reviewer be clear about this Danby model: it is a mini refrigerator that has a tinted glass door instead of a solid door, and a black interior instead of a white interior, and has wire racks spaced to accommodate wine bottles instead of groceries. Other than those styling differences I am sure that it is made on the same factory line as Danby’s mini fridges, has the same mechanical guts and thermostat, and is otherwise not in any way made especially for wine. It’s a mini refrigerator styled to make you feel good about putting your wine in a “wine cooler” instead of a refrigerator.That is not a bad thing, in itself. But don’t expect too much beyond that. Many people feel that the ideal temp for wine storage is about 55F. I was able to get the Danby to maintain a roughly stable temp of 55F with the temp dial turned to barely a fraction above…

John Pf says:

Good value, not for long term storage I did a bit of research before deciding to purchase the Danby. The price was right and reviews of other makes tended to say things like “stopped working after n months”. Also, the thermoelectric technology on many of the other makes doesn’t seem to be able to keep things cool if the temperature reaches above 85 or 90, which is quite easy to achieve in NY during the summer. The Danby has an old tech compressor which is time tested and should be reliable for years. The major problem is vibration. When it’s running the thing vibrates the wine bottles excessively. This is bad for long term evolution of wine. But, if you have bottles for long term this thing is way too small to begin with. My long term stuff is in a wine storage facility. The other problem is the temperature control. Wine shoud be stored at 53-55deg. At the very, very lowest setting (knob turned to just above where it turns off) it varies between 49-53deg, as tested by a Taylor 1458 wireless temp/humidity gauge. A little…

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