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  • Cools & stores up to 33 standard bottles

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NewAir AWC-330E 33 Bottle Compressor Wine Cooler with Digital Temperature Readout
The NewAir AWC-330E is one of the best wine coolers on the market.  With its sleek and beautiful design of black and stainless steel, this freestanding cooler is the perfect addition to any home, office, bar or wine cellar.  This popular cooler is the perfect choice for the person who is just starting out with a wine collection to the most experienced wine connoisseur. 

Wine Cooler Benefits

  • Superior cooling system
  • Ideal for home, office, bar or wine cellar
  • Holds 33 bottles (over three cases) of wine

Top Quality Convenience
This single zone wine cooler has six convenient sliding racks for optimal viewing and easy wine selection.  It also holds an extraordinary amount of wine - up to 33 bottles - so you will always have the perfectly chilled bottle of wine you need for any special occasion. 

Outstanding Cooling System
The NewAir AWC-330E has an impressive compressor cooling system that will refrigerate your favorite wine with the utmost accuracy.  The wine cooler is equipped with touchpad controls that are both easy to use and read.  The wine cooler can reach temperatures as low as 39 °F , which beats out the competitors in comparable cooling systems because it is more powerful than other thermoelectric systems.  This alone makes this wine cooler one of the best on the market.

Special Features Include

  • Insulated glass door equipped with a lock and interior light
  • Digital thermostat display
  • Sleek and beautiful design which includes six chrome plated pull out racks

Easy to Read Digital Thermostat Display
If you are looking for a top of the line wine cooler, then check out the NewAir AWC-330E.  The digital thermostat display is convenient and easy to use.  If you want to make any cooling adjustments, it is as simple as pressing a button.  It allows you to choose the perfect temperature for whatever type of wine you want to chill.

Insulated Glass Door and Interior Light
The NewAir AWC-330E has an insulated glass door that will help your wine keep the perfect taste.  It's always important to keep wine away from outside elements, such as harmful UV rays, and the insulated glass door has got you covered. It helps maintain the perfect temperature inside the cooler. It also includes an interior LED light that makes the wine bottles easy to locate for immediate use at your next special occasion.

Environmentally-Friendly
The NewAir AWC-330E uses R-134A refrigerant, which prevents damage to the ozone layer.

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  • Model: AWC-330E
  • UPC: 854001004556
  • Product Type: 33 Bottle Compressor Wine Cooler
  • Product Dimensions: L: 19.00" x W: 20.25" x H: 33.63"
  • Product Weight: 57.20 lbs.
  • Product Color: Stainless Steel & Black
  • Application: Ideal for keeping up to 33 bottles of wine perfectly chilled
  • Warranty: 1-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Voltage: 120 volts
  • Watts: 85 watts
  • Amps: 1.3 amps
  • Frequency: 60 Hz
  • Noise Level: 35 dB
  • Certifications: ETL
  • Bottle Capacity: 33
  • Wine Cooler Style: Freestanding
  • Type: Single zone
  • Finish: Stainless Steel , Black
  • Cooling Technology: Compressor
  • Temperature Control Type: Push Button
  • Digital Temperature Readout: Yes
  • Interior LED Light: Yes
  • Number of Wine Racks: 7
  • Rack Construction: Metal
  • Removable Wine Racks: Yes
  • Locking Doors: Yes
  • Temperature Range: 39-64° F
  • Stemware Storage: No
  • Refrigerant Type: R-134A
  • Compressor-powered system results in improved cooling
  • Insulated glass door maintains interior temperature
  • LED light illuminates your wine collection and makes bottles easier to locate
  • Slide-out chrome-plated shelves keep wine accessible
  • Stores up to 33 bottles of wine
  • Superior cooling system
  • 1 Year Limited Manufacturers Warranty
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Question:
Why did you buy this item?
Answer:
Because it has a lock on the door- I have 2 teenagers. Plus I read all the reviews to make a clear decision on which model best suited my needs
- Mary M. on 03-11-2014
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price, design, color and interior light to display wine.
- rocio b. on 03-23-2014
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I have done a lot of research and this is a well known product for a great price.
- Robin W. on 04-08-2014
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Size, capacity, compressor, cost
- Michael B. on 04-18-2014
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I wanted more capacity, but also wanted a compressor based cooler. The thing that really sold me was reading the reviews from folks already owning one of these units.
- Thomas S. on 04-20-2014
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Had a great review on several sites, holds decent amount of bottles and is of condenser type so temps are more accurate and reliable
- Alex D. on 04-24-2014
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cheese making, seems reliable
- Dustin A. on 05-02-2014
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It was received good reviews.
- Tod R. on 05-07-2014
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Had a 24 bottle Edgestar which lasted 11 years - was very happy with it but found the ratings have since slipped. After research decided a Compressor model would be better to keep a consistent temperature as live in AZ. After looking at the ratings and reading the reviews decided to try the Newair AWC330E 33 Bottle model.
- Florence B. on 05-08-2014
Answer:
Right dimensions. Good appearance. Good price.
- Edward Y. on 05-14-2014
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I wanted a compressor unit and one with a capacity of at least 32 bottles. I have a smaller, thermoelectric unit, not from A&W, that has failed. I expect this one to be mo' better!
- Neal R. on 05-21-2014
Answer:
good price
- Budington S. on 05-22-2014
Answer:
I used to own a NewAir wine cooler and was very pleased with how it looked and worked. This particular unit has a larger bottle capacity, compressor cooling (a must have for people who live in hotter climates), and can accommodate larger bottles. The blue lights are a nice perk too :)
- Jonathan P. on 05-25-2014
Answer:
Ratings, capacity and price.
- Walter W. on 06-20-2014
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Wife wanted a compressor wine cooler.
- William T. on 06-26-2014
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I wanted a compressor unit after previous failure with Thermoelectric cooler. Would have liked a 28 bottle unit but your were out of stock.
- Kenneth T. on 07-25-2014
Answer:
size and price - reviews were good as well
- Rudy C. on 08-01-2014
Answer:
Looked for a well reviewed compressor type cooler and found the best unit and price at air and water
- Steve W. on 08-03-2014
Answer:
great reviews about the product and the company. i hope all turn out to be true.
- William P. on 09-06-2014
Answer:
Seems best value & compressor driven for beach house higher temps
- Thomas N. on 09-13-2014
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reviews
- Anthony F B. on 09-30-2014
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Rating
- Kathy B. on 10-04-2014
Answer:
value and features
- Robert L. on 10-08-2014
Answer:
Size, maker reviews, compressor capability, flexibility, looks.
- Paul P. on 10-10-2014
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Second purchase from this company. Very pleased with Customer Service received in the past. Hope this unit is as nice or better than the first one I received.
- Joanne B. on 10-11-2014
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Currently have 3 units in operation. Good temperature control. Works much better than thermoelectric units. Thermoelectric units cannot keep up when ambient temperature goes over 70F.
- Keng L. on 10-18-2014
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Read good reviews and this merchant had a great price.
- DONALD M. on 10-19-2014
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Good price and good reviews online
- Benjamin N. on 12-01-2014
Answer:
Reviews, Price, Amount of Bottles it holds!
- Laura H. on 12-17-2014
Answer:
Excellent wine cooler for the price. This is the second one of this model I have purchased this year. Replacing a similar size EdgeStar unit, which has never worked correctly.
- Bernard K. on 12-20-2014
Answer:
Spent lots of time shopping and looking on the internet. We wanted a compressor style cooler with a good warranty and this unit served our purpose.
- Stephen H. on 01-02-2015
Answer:
Highly recommended by several wine sites that research wine coolers
- Gail M. on 01-15-2015
Answer:
Right size and good reviews about New Air products and good shipping containers. Also asked some questions about the unit and received 3 or 4 answers in the same day from different people who had purchased. Great website!
- current user on 01-20-2015
Answer:
Size was perfect for my space and the reviews were good
- Alain T. on 02-17-2015
Answer:
Good price. Right size
- FRANKLIN W. on 02-24-2015
Answer:
Had a thermoelectric that only lasted 18 months. Since I live in Florida with our heat and humidity I decided to go back to a compressor unit. At least if there is a problem I can have the compressor serviced instead of throwing out the unit as I will be doing with the thermoelectric. Reason is the parts for repair is almost as much as the cost of the cooler.
- Sheila S. O. on 04-19-2015
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research
- richard b. on 05-04-2015
Answer:
Highly rated on the Wine Cooler Review 2015 site and met all my requirements
- Mary C. on 05-12-2015
Answer:
Good description and great pictures. Excellent reviews. Now, to actually see and use it....!
- William B Y. on 05-12-2015
Answer:
Review on other sites and presentation of detail on this wevsite.
- Ronald W. on 05-14-2015
Answer:
Perfect for what we are looking for. Extra benefit is the ability to lay larger bottles on the bottom.
- Kim M. on 05-25-2015
Answer:
Size was perfect for my space and the reviews were good
- Alain T. on 02-17-2015
Answer:
Had a great review on several sites, holds decent amount of bottles and is of condenser type so temps are more accurate and reliable
- Alex D. on 04-24-2014
Answer:
reviews
- Anthony F B. on 09-30-2014
Answer:
Good price and good reviews online
- Benjamin N. on 12-01-2014
Answer:
Excellent wine cooler for the price. This is the second one of this model I have purchased this year. Replacing a similar size EdgeStar unit, which has never worked correctly.
- Bernard K. on 12-20-2014
Answer:
good price
- Budington S. on 05-22-2014
Answer:
Read good reviews and this merchant had a great price.
- DONALD M. on 10-19-2014
Answer:
cheese making, seems reliable
- Dustin A. on 05-02-2014
Answer:
Right dimensions. Good appearance. Good price.
- Edward Y. on 05-14-2014
Answer:
Had a 24 bottle Edgestar which lasted 11 years - was very happy with it but found the ratings have since slipped. After research decided a Compressor model would be better to keep a consistent temperature as live in AZ. After looking at the ratings and reading the reviews decided to try the Newair AWC330E 33 Bottle model.
- Florence B. on 05-08-2014
Answer:
Good price. Right size
- FRANKLIN W. on 02-24-2015
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Highly recommended by several wine sites that research wine coolers
- Gail M. on 01-15-2015
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Second purchase from this company. Very pleased with Customer Service received in the past. Hope this unit is as nice or better than the first one I received.
- Joanne B. on 10-11-2014
Answer:
I used to own a NewAir wine cooler and was very pleased with how it looked and worked. This particular unit has a larger bottle capacity, compressor cooling (a must have for people who live in hotter climates), and can accommodate larger bottles. The blue lights are a nice perk too :)
- Jonathan P. on 05-25-2014
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Rating
- Kathy B. on 10-04-2014
Answer:
Currently have 3 units in operation. Good temperature control. Works much better than thermoelectric units. Thermoelectric units cannot keep up when ambient temperature goes over 70F.
- Keng L. on 10-18-2014
Answer:
I wanted a compressor unit after previous failure with Thermoelectric cooler. Would have liked a 28 bottle unit but your were out of stock.
- Kenneth T. on 07-25-2014
Answer:
Perfect for what we are looking for. Extra benefit is the ability to lay larger bottles on the bottom.
- Kim M. on 05-25-2015
Answer:
Reviews, Price, Amount of Bottles it holds!
- Laura H. on 12-17-2014
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Highly rated on the Wine Cooler Review 2015 site and met all my requirements
- Mary C. on 05-12-2015
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Because it has a lock on the door- I have 2 teenagers. Plus I read all the reviews to make a clear decision on which model best suited my needs
- Mary M. on 03-11-2014
Answer:
Size, capacity, compressor, cost
- Michael B. on 04-18-2014
Answer:
I wanted a compressor unit and one with a capacity of at least 32 bottles. I have a smaller, thermoelectric unit, not from A&W, that has failed. I expect this one to be mo' better!
- Neal R. on 05-21-2014
Answer:
Size, maker reviews, compressor capability, flexibility, looks.
- Paul P. on 10-10-2014
Answer:
research
- richard b. on 05-04-2015
Answer:
value and features
- Robert L. on 10-08-2014
Answer:
I have done a lot of research and this is a well known product for a great price.
- Robin W. on 04-08-2014
Answer:
price, design, color and interior light to display wine.
- rocio b. on 03-23-2014
Answer:
Review on other sites and presentation of detail on this wevsite.
- Ronald W. on 05-14-2015
Answer:
size and price - reviews were good as well
- Rudy C. on 08-01-2014
Answer:
Right size and good reviews about New Air products and good shipping containers. Also asked some questions about the unit and received 3 or 4 answers in the same day from different people who had purchased. Great website!
- current user on 01-20-2015
Answer:
Had a thermoelectric that only lasted 18 months. Since I live in Florida with our heat and humidity I decided to go back to a compressor unit. At least if there is a problem I can have the compressor serviced instead of throwing out the unit as I will be doing with the thermoelectric. Reason is the parts for repair is almost as much as the cost of the cooler.
- Sheila S. O. on 04-19-2015
Answer:
Spent lots of time shopping and looking on the internet. We wanted a compressor style cooler with a good warranty and this unit served our purpose.
- Stephen H. on 01-02-2015
Answer:
Looked for a well reviewed compressor type cooler and found the best unit and price at air and water
- Steve W. on 08-03-2014
Answer:
Seems best value & compressor driven for beach house higher temps
- Thomas N. on 09-13-2014
Answer:
I wanted more capacity, but also wanted a compressor based cooler. The thing that really sold me was reading the reviews from folks already owning one of these units.
- Thomas S. on 04-20-2014
Answer:
It was received good reviews.
- Tod R. on 05-07-2014
Answer:
Ratings, capacity and price.
- Walter W. on 06-20-2014
Answer:
Good description and great pictures. Excellent reviews. Now, to actually see and use it....!
- William B Y. on 05-12-2015
Answer:
great reviews about the product and the company. i hope all turn out to be true.
- William P. on 09-06-2014
Answer:
Wife wanted a compressor wine cooler.
- William T. on 06-26-2014
Answer:
We needed a wine cooler with a compressor and this is one of the few models that has one. We already have one and it has worked well for the last 2-1/2 years. More wine = another wine cooler!
- Jennifer C. on 06-30-2015
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capacity, compressor cooling, good reviews.
- ROBERT F. on 08-10-2015
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The reviews were most helpful.
- KAREN T. on 08-24-2015
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Perfect fit for our wet bar and we did not want or need dual zone.
- Loni M. on 09-23-2015
Answer:
I wanted a compressor unit and one with a capacity of at least 32 bottles. I have a smaller, thermoelectric unit, not from A&W, that has failed. I expect this one to be mo' better!
- Neal F. R. on 05-21-2014
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The size is exactly right, the price is right and it looks good and holds a good amount.
- George P. on 10-31-2015
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fits odd shaped bottles; mostly quiet; pull out shelves
- Jennifer Z. on 11-28-2015
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Price, design and capacity. I want to test a compressor cooler
- Joshua A. on 11-30-2015
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Looks great and got pretty good reviews.
- Lynette I. on 12-01-2015
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Best price for a replacement cooler.
- Albert L. on 12-14-2015
Question:
how does it cool the different wines red vs white?
- Anonymous on 2014-08-10
Answer:
It doesn't it only has one temperature.
- Laura W. on 2014-08-12
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I agree with other comments, although I like to drink both reds and whites at 54 degrees.
- VINCENT M. on 2014-08-12
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This is a single temperature chiller. You can set the temperature as low as 38F. Actually you really dont need to keep reds and whites at different temperatures. If you prefer to serve whites colder than 55F, put them in your fridge the night before. The bottom of the chiller will be slightly colder than the upper section. The difference depends on the loading. If you have it fully loaded, 1 to 2 degrees is normal. You can actually fit 5 bottles in the bottom section making it a total of 35. This is the best price-performance chiller I have found. I have 3 of this model and 5 of the Newair thermoelectrics. The thermoelectrics do not have the capacity for good chilling and can hardly maintain a 55F temperature when the ambient is over 70F. I keep all of my chillers in the basement and the summer temperature can go up to 73F and the resulting temperature in the thermoelectric cooler is about 60F at the minimum setting. (Actually this variation does not seem to bother the wines as I have stored my cabs in the thermoelectrics for 5 years and they are aging well) Some of the thermoelectrics brands have short lives but the NewAir ones have not failed yet after 5 years. I also have two cheaper Danby analog temperature control coolers. You can use a thermometer to set the temperature but its very difficult because the right range of 55F is near the minimum of the analog scale. Also the temperature difference between the top and bottom can be as large as 6F. So bottom line is buy this NewAir compressor cooler.
- Keng L. on 2014-08-10
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Though they call these things "coolers", they really are wine fridges intended for cellaring wine at the correct temperature. This cooler does not have dual temp to keep your wines at separate temperatures. Those devices exist, but this cooler is best for long term storage of your wines - all of which should be stored at about 55-56 degrees F.
- Gary L. on 2014-08-11
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It only has 1 temp setting. I use it for red wine only. I keep my white wine in the refer. We are not much of a white wine drinkers. Dual range coolers are a lot more money for a reliable one. For the money this unit is reliable and works great.
- Dana W. H. on 2014-08-10
Question:
Does this wine cooler lock?
- Daphne O. on 2014-09-08
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Enter an answer to this question. Yes; and, it's been working great since I purchased it in February, 2014.
- Kenneth F. on 2014-09-08
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Comes with a key. If you look carefully you'll see the little round keyhole at the bottom center of the front door. I didn't try it out.
- Steve W. on 2014-09-08
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Daphne, I misspoke earlier. The AWC-330 33 DOES indeed have a lock. It's at the bottom of the door. After responding previously, I started doubting myself and checked. Yes, the unit does lock. Now I have to remember where the heck I put the key. Sorry for the misdirection. I'm pleased with the unit so far.
- Neal R. on 2014-09-08
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No, this particular cooler does not have a lock.
- Neal R. on 2014-09-08
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Yes, this wine cooler locks. The locking mechanism is located at the bottom center of the door.
- Richard G. on 2014-09-08
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Daphne. I purchased this identical unit back in June. Great unit. High quality and yes it does include a lock.
- Richard O. on 2014-09-08
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Yes
- Edward Y. on 2014-09-08
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NO
- mike m. on 2014-09-08
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Yes it locks. Comes with 2 keys.
- Mary L. on 2014-09-08
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It does!!
- Frederick F. on 2014-09-08
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Yes, it locks. It comes with 2 keys. The lock is located at the bottom of the door. You can see it in the photo if you look closely. It is a great frig so far!
- Bernard K. on 2014-09-08
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Yes on the bottom center
- james s. on 2014-09-08
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No it does not have a lock. Very nice though for a small wine cooler. We really enjoy it. Have fun looking. Lucy
- Lucy R. on 2014-09-09
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It has no lock.
- Gary M. on 2014-09-10
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Yes. It's a simple hex key, so hardly burglar proof. But it's probably enough to keep out nosy guest or snooping kids.
- Paul F. on 2014-09-12
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Yes it does. The cooler has a lock at the bottom of the door and comes with 2 keys.
- Robin W. on 2014-09-09
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Yes. The unit ships with two keys and locks from the bottom. Really like my cooler. It is much more quiet than I expected.
- Donald P. on 2014-09-09
Question:
Why such large difference in power rating between AWC-330E (85W) and AWC-321ED (230W)?
- fred f. on 2014-09-21
Question:
Can you please tell me if the dimensions stated are correct for this cooler? 20.25 width, 19 depth and 33.63 tall? I read on another site that one of these NewAir coolers was actually an inch narrower and shorter than stated on the box. I can't go over 20 inches wide so thought I would ask! Thanks very much!
- current user on 2015-01-13
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As my cooler stands, it is 19 inches wide, 18 1/4 inches deep without the door handle, and 20 inches deep with the handle, it is 32 1/2 inches tall for most of the top surface, but is 33 1/8 inches tall where the front hinge is located at the front right top corner.
- Dionisyj D. on 2015-01-14
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w x d x h 19x18.25x33.25 height is including the hinge on the door.
- Keng L. on 2015-01-14
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It is 18 and 3/4 inches wide and with the height including the door hinge located at the front is 33 and 1/4 inches the back of the unit height without the hinge is 32 and 3/4 inches tall
- beth s. on 2015-01-13
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My tape measure says, width is 19 inches, depth is 18 1/2 inches and 32 1/2 inches tall. Hope that helps. It is a great product.
- Dana W. H. on 2015-01-13
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Mine measures in at 19" wide, a little under 19" deep & about 32" tall. Hope that helps...
- Gary L. on 2015-01-13
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I measured the door it is 19 from side to side the depth is in place at 21 inches from the wall that includes the handle. The height is correct. Hope that answers your question......
- Laura W. on 2015-01-13
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18 3/8 x 19" Not including handle.
- Robert E. on 2015-01-14
Question:
Could you tell me how to change the temperature units from C to F?
- Clara D. on 2015-04-04
Answer:
Hello Clara, Just press and hold the up and down temperature keys for a few seconds and it will switch over. Let us know if you have any other questions.
- Mark S. on 2015-04-06
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Hold both the C & F buttons down at the same time and hold for about 5 seconds. The temp unit will change from the one that is currently displayed
- Michael H. on 2015-04-04
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Hold both Up and Down temperature buts in - it will flash and change.
- Laura W. on 2015-04-04
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Press and hold the temperature up and temperature down buttons at the same time for about three or four seconds
- David C. on 2015-04-04
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Hold both temperatures together for a about 2-3 seconds and it will convert.
- Lucy R. on 2015-04-04
Question:
What is the energy efficiency of this unit? How much does it cost to operate per year?
- Anonymous on 2015-04-18
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Haven't had this unit for a year. It's very quiet and I don't hear it cycling very often. Wish I could tell you more. I'm very happy with it and highly recommend it.
- Rocky C. on 2015-04-18
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I have not monitored this closely but have noticed no significant increase in my electric bill. It seems very energy efficient. I rarely even notice that the compressor is running.
- Kenneth T. on 2015-04-18
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It's very efficient. I haven't had any discernible change in my electric bill.
- Mary Ann N. on 2015-04-19
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It is less efficient than thermoelectric units but is more effective at cooling. Hard to know how much it costs per year without being a really nerdy engineer type who delights in calculating joule expenditures on a per-appliance basis. If cost is that much of an issue, than the wines you are cooling probably would do just as well in your fridge.
- Paul P. on 2015-04-19
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Most of these units do not have insulation like a fridge. Cost to operate depends on the ambient temperature. If you can afford a nice bottle of wine then you need not worry about cost to operate.
- Keng L. on 2015-04-18
Question:
Is the door reversible?
- Anonymous on 2015-08-02
Answer:
Yes, the door is easily reversible. Plus, we've had the unit for over 2 years, and it works flawlessly.
- Kenneth F. on 2015-08-04
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Yes, as far as I know it is. I have not reversed it but there is a raised plate on the opposite top side that looks like the area the door hinge would go on. I don't own it any more (sold it to my niece for a bigger one) so I'm sorry I'm so vague but think is is reversible and hope that helps. It is a great wine cooler though and keeps it's temperature very well!
- Lawrence M. on 2015-08-04
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Yes.
- Gary M. on 2015-08-03
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The door does not appear to be reversible, nor is there any provision in the manual for reversing the door. The door on mine opens from left to right. Hope this is helpful.
- Neal R. on 2015-08-03
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Hello, The electrical wires for the display actually come through the door hinge so unfortunately, this unit is not reversible.
- Mark S. on 2015-08-03
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Yes. It comes hinged on the right side but is easily switched. I've had mine for close to a year now and it runs perfectly and does a really good job. Go for it.
- Kenneth T. on 2015-08-03

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