The Allavino FlexCount Classic II YHWR174-1SL20 Single Zone Wine Refrigerator with Tru-Vino Temperature Control Technology makes it easy to store up to 174 wine bottles and can be used as a stylish freestanding unit or built into your cabinetry for seamless wine storage. Protect and preserve your wine collection with the latest innovation in wine storage technology by Allavino. Precisely set your desired temperature with the easy-to-use digital control panel and trust in Tru-Vino Temperature Control Technology to protect your collection through consistent temperature maintenance. This wine refrigerator features sturdy hardwood shelves that glide out smoothly on roller guides, giving you convenient access to every bottle without disrupting the delicate wine maturation process.
- Exclusive Tru-Vino Technology allows for near-zero temperature fluctuations and dramatically reduces variations in humidity levels
- Digital control panel allows you to precisely set the internal temperature between 40 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit
- Sturdy hardwood shelves glide out smoothly to give you easy access to up to 174 bottles
- Utilizes the most energy-efficient compressor on the market, with ultra-low vibration and quiet operation
- Designed for both built-in and freestanding use
Dimensions: 76.5" H x 23.75" W x 27" D
Powerful and Efficient Cooling
A state-of-the-art compressor provides powerful cooling while being efficient enough to meet the strict California Department of Energy consumption guidelines. Internal fans circulate cool air throughout the cabinet to create faster cooldown and eliminate hot spots, ensuring that each bottle in your collection is aging in the intended temperature range.
The digital display and push button controls are easily accessible and intuitive. You can precisely control the interior temperature of the cabinet in one degree increments by pressing the up and down arrows. The LED display shows the set temperature during adjustments, then displays the current temperature, allowing you to monitor how the unit is performing. You can also turn the lights on and off, change the display from Fahrenheit to Celsius and turn off the power to the appliance with the push of a button.
A finished black cabinet allows the unit to look great in freestanding applications, while the front-venting design allows you to build the appliance into cabinetry so that only the stainless steel framed glass door and toe kick are visible. The cool blue lighting and refined wooden shelves add to an aesthetic that is pleasing to the eye.
Glide-Out Wooden Shelves
15 sturdy wooden shelves gently cradle your bottles and reduce harmful vibration that could upset the sediment of your wine during long term storage. Telescoping roller assemblies extend all but the bottom shelf so that you can easily view and access the rear bottles, so you don't have to remove the front bottles to determine what is behind them.
|Depth||27.0" (28.75" w/ handle)|
|Unit Weight||245 lbs|
|Shipping Weight||291 lbs|
|Compressor (Parts Only)||5 Years|
|Multiple / Dual Zone||No|
|Cabinet Color / Material||Black Metal|
|Energy Star Rated||No|
|Wine Bottle Count||Up to 174 Bottles|
|Number of Shelves||15|
|Glide-Out (Roller Assemblies)||Yes|
|Bottles per Shelf||Varies|
|Compartments (Distinct Zones)||1|
|Number of Doors||1|
|Color / Material||Stainless Steel Frame|
|Door Handle||Towel Bar AND Curved|
|Tinted / UV Protective||Yes|
I bought one early in 2019. Was so pleased with it that I just bought another. Looks great, keeps steady at temp selected, quiet.
great online order process. Great delivery. very happy.
I got this fridge last year and I wish I had gotten it sooner. The telescoping shelves are a must! It's much quieter than the other ones I have bought in the past. Fat bottles are a a little bit of a pain, but I blame the wine manufacturers for that. You can put them on the bottom and top shelves anyway.
It was nerve-wracking researching large wine coolers because of their size, weight, and price. The Flexcount 174 is exactly what the description says it is and the reviews are fairly accurate. The wine cooler arrived as promised and after fitting it into the space in our kitchen, we started to load the cooler with wine bottles. The shelves are huge and easily hold most sized bottles and the upper and lower racks are perfect for stacking. The temperature does remain constant +- 1 degree but the digital readout says it warms and cools +- 2 degrees from the setting. Not a big deal because it doesn't affect the wine. The blue light that illuminates the inside is nice but it's on a timer and shuts off after 1 minute. Not a big deal but it would be nice if we could keep it longer and shut it off manually. Customer service was excellent with an issue I had with the door handle and they immediately shipped me a new handle with no questions asked. The look is sleek and the wood shelves adds a little sophistication. I highly recommend this product and you won't be disappointed
This Allavino YHWR174-1SWRN seemed like the best cooler value for our collection of 120 wines (almost all reds). It's a good looking unit that mostly fills our expectations. Ordering was easy. Shipping was "challenging" -- paid extra for "white glove" -- after 10 days delay, the first guy shows up and wanted to drop it off in the driveway -- NO -- another 10 days pass -- second guy shows up and carted it in with no problem. It was in good condition and set-up went well. CAPACITY: Claimed 174 bottles is not possible if you have a lot of Cabs. Maybe Pinots and Cabs mixed. The taller shoulders on Cab bottles make it impossible to place them alternating in the racks. We weren't able to organize our collection as we'd like to and ended up putting bottles wherever they would fit. NOISE: Runs noisier than expected -- about 35 dB, vs. 30 dB for our refrigerator. FWIW, that's 50% louder. COOLING: Cools as expected. However, the built-in thermometer registers 2-to-4 degrees warmer than a calibrated thermometer that I placed inside (mid-level). Adjust temperatures accordingly. OTHER: The blue led lights are useless. You have to press a button to turn them on, and they don't offer enough light to actually see the bottles. The lights also turn off automatically after about 3 minutes -- there's no way to adjust this time, so you can't turn them on for a "mood". I'd recommend with reservations.