Reviews and Problems with Wine Enthusiast Silent 12 Bottle Touchscreen Wine Refrigerator
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It takes some maneuvering to make it work properly
Sam Goldgeier, Amazon
16 June 2014
Summary: The basics: At first when I set this up, I thought that this was not going to work at all. It took a little bit of fooling around with, but I think it's now useful enough to keep. Why I chose this product: After my older 8 bottle wine refrigerator stopped working properly, I needed a new one.
Summary: Works well, so long as you leave sufficient room at the rear of unit for air circulation. If you push the unit up against a wall (such as sitting on a countertop) it will overheat and not chill the wine.
Summary: Have had this unit for 2 weeks now and love the design, compact size, easy access door, and that cool blue LED interior light...wow. However, it makes more noise than expected, and the noise is more noticeable when you put it on the kitchen counter. The cooling fan NEVER turns off.
Summary: There is only one flaw: you have to open the door beyond perpendicular in order to slide shelves out. This defeats the purpose of being able to put it on a counter or in a small space. I ended up putting it in a different room.
Summary: I've had it for a couple of months, so far I'm very pleased. It keeps a steady temperature and is very quiet. I'm not to happy with the shelving; you must open the door wide and pull out the shelves just to fit a bottle in. This is not the most convenient thing to do.
Summary: Its a nice piece and price/value. It came dented in the mail and Amazon gave a partial credit with was awesome. I checked the the internal temps and verified with my own monitor and it read accurate.
Summary: I read the (few) negative reviews for this product with some consternation. I really feel the consensus on this product is unduly harsh. I agree that it's not really a "12-bottle" setup, in that if even one of your bottles is not "standard" size, then forget about loading it in the pre-made...