Kalorik Kalorik 18 Bottle Wine Cooler

Kalorik Kalorik 18 Bottle Wine Cooler

Kalorik


With its 18-bottle capacity, this dual-zone wine cooler stores wine at optimal temperature and humidity conditions, keeping it safe and ready to enjoy. Digital controls with an LCD display make it easy to set the temperature. The units upper zone offers two levels for up to six bottles of white wine and can be set from 44-1/2 to 53-1/2 degrees F, while its lower zone offers four levels, each level holding up to three bottles of red, and can be set from 53-1/2 to 64-1/2 degrees F. Both insulated temperature zones supply scalloped chrome shelves to cradle and display the bottles of wine. Furthermore, the unit comes with a state-of-the-art thermoelectric cooling system, which avoids vibrations caused by compressor cooling systems. Such vibrations disturb the sediments in wine, disrupting the aging process. Without vibration, stored wine can age naturally. Even more, the units environmentally friendly thermoelectric cooling system uses no Freon, which can be harmful to the planet offers energy efficiency, only using about as much energy as a 75-watt light bulb and delivers ultra-quiet operation with minimal noise generated from the only moving part--the ventilating fan. Other thoughtful details include soft interior LED lighting with an on/off switch, automatic defrost, a Celsius and Fahrenheit switch, a flush-back design, an adjustable level foot, and a door with double-paned tempered glass and metallic-silver trim. Stop ruining your good wines through wrong storage.
  • 18 bottles, 52 liters . 6 layers of 3 bottles each (2 layers of white wine bottles and 4 layers of red wine bottles. Unique state-of-the-art thermoelectric technology.
  • Digital control with LCD display, managing 2 temperature zones. See through glass door.
  • Soft interior lighting with ONOFF switch. Adjustable level foot.
  • Assembled Product size 19Lx13.33Wx26.25H. Weight 43.1 Lbs.
  • Color Black and Stainless Steel.
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