The Top 3 Best Danby Wine Coolers (As Of October 2021)
Here are the top 3 Danby wine coolers followed by a list of their latest models:
The Two Latest Danby Tall Wine Refrigerators (as Of October, 2021)
Free-standing single-zone basic 58.75-inch high wine refrigerator with a special effort on design (including wooden shelves with beechwood faces)
24-inch wide dual-zone energy-efficient wine cellar with stainless-steel-trimmed wooden shelves that can fit 146 bottles, and a two-year warranty.
Two Recent 16-to-18-bottle Danby Wine Refrigerator Models
Very basic 17-bottle wine cooler with regular, half, and staggered shelves and a worktop for accessory storage.
Three Danby Dual-zone Freestanding Wine Coolers
And Three Of Their Dual-zone Undercounter Wine Coolers
A dual-zone wine and beverage center that keeps wines (up to 27 bottles) and beverages (up to 60 cans) within 39-64F behind twin French doors.
51-bottle wine cooler meant mostly for built-in kitchen use, fan-forced, dual-zone, equipped with a UV-resistant tempered tinted glass door and offering a 2-year warranty.
Six Basic Versions
A basic 36-bottle single-zone wine cooler that runs at a 43-57F operating temperature range with an 18-month parts-and-labor warranty (with in-home service).
Lightweight 12-bottle thermoelectric wine chiller with three chrome storage shelves.
Conventional compressor-run 35-bottle wine cellar with shatter and UV-resistant glass door that has two cross-shelves.
Five Under-the-counter Models
Single-zone 27-bottle wine chiller that puts forward its slender built while having the typical under-counter height of just under 36 inches (34 1/16, to be precise).
Built-in single-zone wine cellar focusing mostly on wine protection (with temperature alarms, memories, etc)
A built-in spacious wine cellar with stainless steel-trimmed wood shelves on roller glides and a low-e tempered glass door.
Single-zone 6-bottle thermoelectric wine cooler which is small enough to fit in space-challenged kitchens.
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