Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by raindrop Still running great after a year!
Would purchase again. Still running great. Very quiet cooler. Temperature stays as set.
June 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Vino Excellent Wine Cellar
The Haier wine refrigerator arrived promptly and was easy to set up. Although I was not looking for a dual temperature unit, I've found that it really is nice to be able to keep some bottles cooler than others towards the bottom of the unit. It is very quiet - I very rarely ever hear it running. I liked this unit because it was about the same height as my cabinets and countertop. The slim shape made it easy put on the end of our kitchen unit without compromising valuable countertop space.
For the money, this is a very good unit. I've only had for a short time so cannot really comment yet on energy efficiency especially in warmer months. For now though it is good.
January 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by area4 Great slim-profile wine storage for the price
I've had this fridge for 1 month and so far it's working great. There are limited options out there for a narrow-profile wine fridge but this does the trick. It does emit some noise - an audible low-level hum - but I keep it in the pantry so it's not much of an issue. Love the dual-zones for keeping red and white and the right temps. I recommend it!
July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OKdiver1 Very stylish
UPS had dropped off the wine cellar in the middle of a storm in front of our garage where it stayed for a couple of hours until we got home; I was worried that rain might have damaged it. Fortunately, it was double-boxed, and everything was dry inside - perfectly packed. Removing the protective tape/wrapper and inserting the racks was extremely easy and the thing got going in 10 minutes or so. Lowering both compartments from ambient to 55 degrees took about 3 hours, and temperature has been holding steady for the 7 or so weeks we've had the wine cellar. I used a Maverick temp gauge to double-check and readings were within a degree of each other - pretty accurate. I also bought a cheap humidity gauge to make sure it stays between 70 and 75, which it does. We have a combination of both Bordeaux and Burgundy-style bottles, and both sizes fit perfectly, with little room to spare.
The piece looks great, dark glass panel and black construction, tall and narrow, and takes a lot less space that I had thought. It does hum quite a bit, but certainly not to an unbearable level. You just know it's there.
So far, this wine cellar (a very good price point for 18 bottles) looks great and has worked flawlessly. I just wish they made a 27- or even a 36-bottle cellar in the same design!
August 12, 2015