Many combinations of modern and vintage usually produce great innovations. That is where the Haier 18-Bottle Dual Zone Curved Door with Smoked Glass Wine Cellar excels.
It combines the fine qualities of age-old vintage and traditional wine storage methods and parameters with modern contemporary touches that make life a whole lot easier and also a whole lot more interesting. You can get the best of both the present and the past with the Haier Wine Cellar so that you can look into more delicious and intoxicating futures with your outstanding wine collection.
- Thermal electric cooling system
- Dual temperature zones (46-66F Upper and 54-66 Lower)
- Black cabinet with curved door of smoked glass and black trim
- Dual touch screen controls, dual LED displays
- Soft interior lighting
One of the many things that you can love about the Haier Wine Cellar is its thermal electric cooling system. Simply put, it does not make use of a compressor and therefore does not make vibrations or sounds. This means that you can expect almost absolute quiet in your living space with this wine cooler.
You can get a good nap right beside it and you won’t even hear a peep. Its vibration-less mechanism also means that there will be close to no formation of bubbles that may spoil the quality of your wine.
Aside from all of those wonderful qualities, this thermal electric cooling system is so reliable that you need not maintain it too frequently in order to maintain your ideal wine storage environment. It is energy-efficient, so you save up on energy costs, and it is also environment-friendly since it does not make use of any CFC, HCFC, or HCF-type coolants that can usually be found in older conventional beverage coolers and refrigerators.
The Haier Wine Cellar also gives you ample opportunity to broaden your wine collection beyond one particular type of wine. Since it comes with dual temperature zones, you will be able to store rich red vintages in the lower zone which can be set anywhere between 54 to 56 degrees Fahrenheit and light white spirits in the upper zone which you can set anywhere between 54 to 66 degrees Fahrenheit.
This way, you can have a vast choosing of wines that you can match with any meal type or with any occasion.
The Haier Cellar stores your wines in its classy black cabinet with its smoked glass curved door with black trim, giving your living space, kitchen or bar an edgier and more sophisticated appeal. It has an LED electronic control display that allows you to set the best temperature for your wine collection with convenience and ease since it is programmed to be user-friendly and with high readability, and the technology and style of touch-screen.
Finally, your wines will be featured with the Haier Wine Cellar’s soft interior lighting to make them more visible and easier to arrange, without compromising the wine structure and quality.
One fairly satisfied customer observed that the smoked glass door of her Haier Wine Cellar seems to have developed some level of moisture between the panes of glass. This can be a bit disappointing for buyers who are up into buying the Haier Wine Cellar so that they could show off their wine collection to their friends and visitors.
Since the entire aim in having glass doors for wine coolers instead of the conventional metal doors that other regular refrigerators have is for the visibility of the wines inside, this may defeat the purpose. Nevertheless, the same user said that the Haier Wine Cellar has been working well and has served its main purpose, which was to store her precious vintages and keep them in check, especially at the right temperatures.
The fogging glass panels may be an issue for some, especially those who are aesthetically inclined to showing off their collection. Nevertheless, if your sole purpose is to keep your wines in top shape and in top condition, you might want to consider the Haier Wine Cellar.
The fogging glass may just be a manufacturing error and may be corrected, but the point is that your wines will be well kept and will be in great condition when it comes to the time that you get to open them for a special occasion or just any regular celebration.