When you are looking for affordable, high quality products for your home, office, or business; than look to Danby for all your appliance needs! To elegantly store up to 75 bottles of wine, the Danby 75 Bottle Wine Cooler is the perfect solution. Featuring a double paned tempered glass door, electronic controls with and LED display, and slide-out wooden wine racks, this wine refrigerator both stores and displays your wine collection in optimum conditions.
Type: wine refrigerators
Product Title: Danby DWC612BLP 75-Bottle Freestanding Wine Refrigerator
Power Score: 4.5 | 4 Reviews
Wine Refrigerator Type: Freestanding
Bottle Capacity: 75
# Of Full Width Shelves: 10
Interior Capacity: 11.0 cu. ft
Wine Refrigerator Color: Black
Features: Auto Defrost (Frost Free), Digital Display, Interior Light, Shatter Resistant Glass Door, Slide Out Shelves
Type of Door Swing: Reversible
Height: 58.8125 in
Width: 23.625 in
Depth: 25.6875 in
Weight: 152 lbs
Warranty Information: 2 Years
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Reviews (4)
Strengths: Looks good, holds a lot of wine - other beverages too. Shelves can be removed for more space.
Weakness: Moving it to my new place was a pain!! All the moving was a pain!
I am so happy with this wine ref. It looks beautiful and is so impressive. It had nice wood shelves. The temp on bottom is cooler than the top, but I think this is standard with wine refrigerators. Red on top, white on bottom.
By Michelleyy - Mar 27, 2009
looks good, performance depends
Strengths: Delivered, plugged in and worked with no problem. looks good.
Weakness: Large temperature flux if the ambient temp varies.
I bought this because I live in California, in the bay area in a single floor home with no ac. In the summer there are some> 100 degree days and storing/aging wine is difficult. So, we invested in this appliance. It was delivered, plugged in and worked from day one. Took about a week after loading 60 or so bottles of wine for the temp to stabilize top to bottom. But as the weather changed and the...
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I bought this because I live in California, in the bay area in a single floor home with no ac. In the summer there are some> 100 degree days and storing/aging wine is difficult. So, we invested in this appliance. It was delivered, plugged in and worked from day one. Took about a week after loading 60 or so bottles of wine for the temp to stabilize top to bottom. But as the weather changed and the ambient temp fluxed, it did not remain constant. The bottom varied a slight reasonable amount but at the top there could be> 10 degrees difference from season to season.
If you have a constant environment that is not too warm to place it, it will be fine, but if your environment fluxes more that a little then the top half to 2 thirds is not suitable for long term storage.
By rmac94 - Aug 5, 2006
Good but some flaws...
Strengths: price, style, and amount it can hold
Weakness: noisy compressor, and the temp. fluctuation is rather large.
over all I like it, but would have been nice if the compressors was quiter...it can be noisy. Other than that it's a good buy. I get lots of compliments on it, and nobody can believe the price.
By divazian - Aug 26, 2005
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