Vissani 5.8 cu. ft. Beverage Center-MCBC58DST at The Home Depot
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Vissani

Model # MCBC58DST

Internet # 100597197

Store SKU # 867724

5.8 cu. ft. Beverage Center


Vissani 5.8 cu. ft. Beverage Center
 

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

$399.00 / each
Item cannot be shipped to the following state(s): AK,GU,HI,PR,VI
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # MCBC58DST

Internet # 100597197

Store SKU # 867724

Serving your favorite beverages at the ideal temperature is easy with the Vissani 5.8 cu. ft. Beverage Cooler. The cooler's elegant, sturdy glass shelves are adjustable to offer versatile storage options, and the unit can hold up to 178 cans for your convenience. The tempered, smoked glass door and stainless steel frame and handle offer durability and an attractive look. The cooler can be built-in or left freestanding to suit your needs.

  • 5.8 cu. ft. capacity accommodates wine and other beverages
  • Holds up to 178 12 oz. cans
  • Digital controls with LED display for easy use
  • Tempered, smoked glass reversible door with a stainless steel handle for an attractive look
  • Minimum temperature of 39 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Adjustable shelves offer versatile storage options
  • Glass shelves for sturdy, attractive storage
  • Blue Interior light gives you a clear view of the contents
  • Auto defrost option for your convenience
  • Built-in or freestanding design to suit your needs
  • This item does not qualify for the Major Appliance Delivery & Haul Away or Installation Services

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SPECIFICATIONS

Adjustable Racks  Yes  Assembled Depth (in.)  24.4 in 
Assembled Height (in.)  34.4 in  Assembled Width (in.)  23.4 in 
Can Capacity  178  Certifications and Listings  1-UL Listed,CSA Listed 
Color/Finish  Stainless Steel  Color/Finish Family  Stainless 
Control Type  Digital  Cooler Width (in.)  23.4 
Countertop  No  Defrost Type  Auto / Cycle 
Depth (Excluding Handles)  23 in  Depth (Including Handles)  24.8 in 
Depth (Less Door)  21 in  Depth With Door Open 90 Degrees (In)  47 
ENERGY STAR Certified  No  General Features  Interior Light,See-Thru Door 
Height to Top of Door Hinge  35.4 in  Included Items  No Additional Items Included 
Installation Type  Convertible  Liner Material  Metal 
Minimum Temperature (F)  39  Number of Doors 
Number of Shelves  Number of Temperature Zones 
Operational Features  LED Controls  Product Weight (lb.)  101.4 lb 
Returnable  90-Day  Shelf Material Type  Glass 
Type of Cooling Unit  Compressor  Vent Location  Front 
Voltage (volts)  110 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 139 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great fridge Our Monagram finally gave out after many years and we were desperate to find another beverage cooler as good. I had never heard of this brand but took a chance and so happy I did! It's a bit smaller however the storage for all size bottles is perfect! It keeps the temp set perfect and I haven't had any freezing. We are VERY happy with this cooler. March 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cautious and Skeptical!!!! This is a bit long, but bare with me. We bought the model before this (Magic Chef) in 2007, along with the matching wine cooler. The wine cooler has worked perfectly since 2007. The beverage center did not. Like others it would not get below 50 degs. We dealt with it until it finally died Feb 2014. I looked for another one like it to match the existing wine cooler we have, but the model was no longer available. Well, I think it is, but it is called the Vissani now. The difference is in the door handle. I read and reread all the reviews for this over and over and was hoping that I could buy another and not have the problems everyone else is. I was thinking how can Magic Chef not correct these issues. We have another small refrigerator by Magic Chef and it has worked like a champ. I took the leap of faith and purchased the Vissani again, but this time with the extended warranty (I was worried). After brining it home, I left it stand up right for 24 hours before plugging it in. In hopes of not needing to buy another wine cooler (so they would match), I swapped out the doors from my one that crapped out a few months ago with the door on the Vissani I just bought. It was a perfect fit (they are both the same less the door handle anyway). I plugged it in and waited and waited and the thing would not cool below 50 degs. Forty-eight hours later I was completely frustrated. I was on the Internet and came across a blog/review and the guy was telling the other guy to pull the back off and check a couple wires to see if they were cool or hot to touch. One was supposed to be hot the other cool. So I figured what the heck, I went to unscrew the back panel and I could hardly touch the back panel, it was so hot. Got the cover off and the inside was extremely hot. I noticed the fan was not moving, so I stuck my finger in there and tried to give it a nudge. No luck. Would not turn. I got to looking and saw it was hung up on the coils. I unplugged the unit and then proceeded to bend the coils slightly away (by pushing them in opposite direction of the fan) until the fan would move smoothly with the touch of my finger. I plugged it back in and the fan immediately started spinning. I adjusted the thermostat down to 38 degs and I waited. I came back a couple hours later and low and behold the temperature in the refrigerator was in the low 40's. Another hour later and it was at 39 degs. It made it to 38 degs and has operated like the manual says it should. Cools to set temperature, shuts off until the temperature rises 3 degs and then it turns back on and cools back down to 38. It has been going strong now for a couple months. I am skeptical and hope that it keeps going strong. I probably voided the warranty by opening the back up, but that's okay my beer is the perfect temperature. I do the happy dance every time I walk by it. I am hesitant to rate the Quality and Value until I know this unit is going to keep going. The same holds true as to whether I would recommend this product. I've crossed my fingers and have checked yes. July 1, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Last 18 months. Thank god for the protection plan. Purchased this in 12/2012 along with the product plan from Home Depot. It worked fine for about 18 months and we loved the ability to control the temperature since we intended to store our wine bottles. We had no problems for 18 months and it kept all our wine at the perfect temperature for long term storage. Well, 1 weeks ago, we noticed that the temperature had hit the 70s which is not ideal for any wine. We didn't know how long it had been like this, but we attempted to lower the temperature hoping that it would start cooling the bottles again. No luck... unplugged it and plugged it back in. No luck. So we took out all our wine bottles and contacted Home Depot to have it serviced through the protection plan we had purchased. Unfortunately, they could not find a repair shop to service it in our area so we were reimbursed the total amount. However, buyer beware, avoid this refrigerator at all cost unless you plan to purchase a protection plan with it. July 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by DO NOT BUY!!! JUNK! Bought this fridge, had it for just over one year, lightly used. After a couple months the temperature would not even come close to what we set it at, 20 degrees warmer or so, then we unplugged it to try to reset it hopefully and then it wouldn't get any colder than room temperature at all. The final unplugging happened just after the one year mark, so it was not covered on warranty. Now to fix it would cost more than buying a brand new replacement. It looks really good but if I am going to buy a $400 fridge again I will make sure the manufacturer has a better reputation or is willing to stand behind their product for more than a year. Please don't waste your money. November 20, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by $130 Dorm Fridge lasts longer.... If it were possible to give zero stars, I would. Got one of these when it was branded Magic Chef and it died after about a year or so (never got below 38 degrees ever!). The Home Depot sales rep in the appliance department was awesome and let us bring it back for exchange. New one, now called "Vissani", is the same Magic Chef junk as before but with a fancy name. Once again, never got below 38 degrees, and lasted about a year. Now I have this heavy $400+ piece of junk sitting in my storage room until I get rid of it. Replaced it with a 4.3 cubin foot dorm fridge, a whopping $130, that cannot be set to the coldest temp because it will freeze my beer. Wish I had just gotten this dorm fridge in the first place instead of buying something that looks fancy but performs like junk (Range Rover of the fridge industry). July 14, 2014
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