Rated 3 out of 5Â by 12
Rated 5 out of 5Â by GypsyRover Very quiet
We wanted a wine cooler that would be in a living area, so wanted it to be quiet. The Firgidaire is so quiet that I have to put my my hand on it to see if there is any vibration from the compressor because I can't hear it running at all (and, no, I do not have hearing loss)!
To reach the capacity indicated requires loading the cooler carefully. We are members of a wine club that has somewhat bulky bottles and we can get them to fit. Can even get a couple of champagne bottles in particular spots. The only thing that didn't fit at all except sideways was a skinny but tall bottle of dessert wine.
July 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Mike3 Good, but
I purchased this because it was the right size for me. Mostly agree w/ other reviewers. Does cycle more often than my other wine refrigerators, but only occasionally. I'm using it for pinots & Rhones so, I had to remove 3 bottom shelves to be able to reach the 42-bottle capacity. I'm using this fridge for wines that will be aged for awhile, so that's OK. Wish someone would make a good 40-50 bottle wine fridge that's 2 inches wider so chard, pinot, syrahs & Turley zins will fit properly,
August 16, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by juice Unknown limits
Initial impression is of good quality. Easy to set up. Down side is the size of bottles is limited to smaller average size bottles. Slightly larger than average cause poor fit and limit number of bottles able to be stored. Only good for average size bottles. I would not recommend without caveat of bottle size limits.
August 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by customer Not as advertised
Although advertised as doing so, this product does not hold 41 bottles. Disappointing.
August 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TennesseeWineGuy So far, so good
Bought this to replace a Whirlpool cooler (made by Danby in China) that quit working after 3 years. It was relatively easy to set up and has worked well thus far (2 weeks) at default temp of 54 degrees. Not sure it will hold 42 bottles but 30-35 should fit relatively well. One zone so put reds on top and whites near bottom. Seems to run quietly but it is in garage so hope temps below 50 and over 80 aren't a problem. My main concern is durability so will be anxious to see if Frigidaire name holds up better than Whirlpool name did.
March 18, 2014