Reviews and Problems with Wine Enthusiast Silent 16
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Rubber Duckie "I duckie", Amazon
10 February 2015
Summary: Never gets very cold for white wine. Temp varies (depends how cold or hot your house is). This is my 2nd one in 2.5 years so I today bought a Danby. At least the reviews say the temps get cold on that brand. We tried everything with our W.E.
Summary: Like most customers that have posted, my unit also broke within months of purchase. Just before the 90 day mark, the refrigerator's temperature setting started behaving oddly. The temperature noted on the outside is about 15 degrees warmer than the actual temperature in the refrigerator.
Summary: Have had this up and running for about a month now. Keeps my wine at a perfect cellar temperature, even out here in Phoenix. The unit looks good and runs very quietly. It will fit 16 "standard" sized wine bottles with ease. I have some bottles that are longer (13 inches) that will not fit.
Summary: I bought this wine fridge in fall 2012. I think it lasted about 2.5 months before it started making a strange "help me, I'm dying" noise. And then it died. I returned it. I gave it 2 stars cuz twas quiet (for a lil while!) and looked nice. I was surprised because all the reviews were good.
Summary: We really like our Wine Enthusiast refrigerator since it is quiet and looks nice. It was easy to assemble the shelves and became cool fast. The front of the fridge is really sleek since the display is in line with the fridge front since the display is touch-based.