The Whynter Stainless Steel Dual Zone Compressor Wine Refrigerator is the perfect solution for wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike. With its premium quality and innovative design, this wine cooler offers advanced storage functionality for your prized wine collection.Whynter - 24" 92 Bottle Dual-Zone Stainless Steel Wine Cooler (BWR-0922DZ)
This wine storage system can accommodate up to 92 standard 750ml wine bottles, providing ample space for all your favorite varieties. The dual-zone feature allows you to store different types of wine at their optimal temperatures, ensuring the perfect serving conditions.
The powerful compressor cooling process maintains temperatures ranging from the low 40°F to the mid 60°F, ideal for preserving the flavors and aromas of red, white, and sparkling wines. Whether you prefer a flush-with-cabinet installation or a freestanding setup, the front ventilation design of this unit allows for versatile placement options.
The BWR-0922DZ exudes a premium appeal with its stainless steel trimmed door and luxurious curved handlebar. The 12 removable wooden flat slide-out shelves not only provide high-end functionality and safety for your wine collection but also include a wire display shelf for showcasing or storing opened bottles.
The freestanding wine cooler is equipped with a sleek touch screen control panel, allowing for easy and intuitive temperature adjustments. You can set the temperature anywhere from 40°F to 65°F (5°C to 18°C) to suit your specific preferences.
With UV-protected tempered double-pane glass doors, this wine cooler ensures that your collection remains safe from harmful ultraviolet radiation while still allowing you and your guests to admire your wines. The interior lighting strip, featuring energy-efficient LED bulbs, adds an elegant touch to the overall presentation.
Additional features of the Whynter Stainless Steel Dual Zone Compressor Wine Refrigerator include a reversible door swing, adjustable thermostat for both zones, internal fan-forced circulation for even temperature distribution, and a cylinder lock with two keys for added security.
Designed to be environmentally friendly, this wine cooler utilizes the refrigerant R600a. The noise level is kept to a minimum, ensuring a quiet and pleasant storage environment for your wines.Product Specifications:
|Freestanding / Built-in
|92 standard 750ml wine bottles
|Cooling System Type
|Security Lock and key
|40°F-65°F / 5°C-18°C
|Maximum Power Consumption
|160 watts / 2.0 A
|54.75" H x 23.5" W x 22.25" D (24" D with handle installed)
|12 removable wooden flat slide-out shelves
|Noise level (dBA)
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Wow, this is a great quality wine refrigerator for the size and price. Our living and dining rooms are not exceptionally large, so we wanted a compact unit to put between them. Although compact, this unit still holds 92 bottles, which is just 4 bottles shy of 8 cases. The wine refrigerator is designed to be built into cabinetry but can also be used as free standing in any room. The top and sides are black steel while the door is stainless steel and glass. This is an extremely attractive wine refrigerator, and my wife just loves the way it looks in our home. As far as functionality, having dual temperature zones is a nice feature, if you want your white wines kept at a cooler temperature than your red wines. The internal fans do a good job of keeping the internal temperature fairly even from top to bottom. I used an infrared thermometer to check bottle temperature throughout the day and temperature remained consistent. I personally have both zones set to 55°F and bottle temperature is 55° ±1°. To be exact, bottle temperature on the top two shelves is 54°, the bottom two shelves is 56°, with bottles on all shelves in between at a solid 55°. If we were ever to move and wanted a bigger wine refrigerator, I would look first to Whynter for our upgrade.
This is probably the next logical progression for the serious collector. Not budget busting but has good features. High end shelving and a dual zone make this adequately attractive. The unit runs smoothly with negligible sounds. I currently use it as a freestanding unit but I’ll eventually get it situated with cabinetry.