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|Approved for Outdoor use||No|
|Accepts Custom Panels||No|
|Warranty Info||Brand New This product is Brand New with full manufacturer warranty|
|Number of Wine Racks||3|
|Number of Zones||Single|
|Field Reversible Doors||No|
|Number of Doors||1|
My Koolatron WC08 is only about 2 years old. When new, it performed just fine. If I set it to say 50F, it would stay within one degree of that setting. Later I noticed it couldn't keep up in the summer when the house might get up to 80F inside. Now it can't maintain proper temp at all...
This is a great size and runs quiet. It keeps the wine at perfect temperature. The inside light is not very bright and makes it hard to read the wine bottles so I have to turn on another light.
It should come with more settings to give more choices as how cold you want your wine. Some people like their wine colder than others. Than why bother with a wine cooler.
Bought as a present it's to early to rate
Didn’t last long.
I bought this item on November 24, 2015 online and cannot regulate the temperature to the pre-set temperature. The temperature stays between 15 and 17 C and does not go to the desired temperature.
After about one year the unit simply stopped cooling. We could hear a fan but no cooling. Since the warranty is only 90 days, we now have a piece of useless junk where we can store bottles at room temperature. Cannot recommend because of poor reliability.
this cooler has no compressor. it has fans that blow in room temp air. to get it to cool to 8 degrees room temp must be 8 degrees as well
This wine cooler worked like a champ right when I first plugged it in. Almost as soon as the 90 DAY WARRANTY expired, so did the cooling feature. It will get no cooler than 72 degrees. Heed my warning when looking at this one.
It appears that Koolatron did not measure current wine bottles: Forget about putting Sylvaner, Gewuerztraminer, Pinot Gris, Rieslings from France into it (bottles are too long); forget about Alban's (CA) Viognier etc.