Last updated on November 23rd, 2020 at 08:36 am

A 6 + 1 Bottle, Dual Zone, Narrow  Wine Cabinet

Features Overview

  • Capacity: 6+1 bottles (Bordeaux style, 750 ml or jumbo size 1500 ml bottles) – 6 bottles horizontally, 1 bottle standing up
  • Design:
    • Cabinet color: black
    • Door: simulated brushed stainless steel panel with tinted glass window
  • Cooling method: thermoelectric
  • Number of zones: two
  • Built-in/Freestanding: freestanding only
  • Chambrer 7 bottle wine cooler towerTemperature Control/Display:
    • Thermostat (Mechanical/Digital): adjustable digital thermostat,
    • Temperature Range: upper zone: 45°F – 68°F, bottom zone: 54°F – 61°F
    • control panel is mounted on the cabinet top: touch-buttons to set the desired temperature if you do not want to use the 8 pre-programmed settings
    • Display: digital readout, can be set to indicate temperature either in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
  • Shelving: 4 slide-out wire racks
  • Interior Light: low-intensity LED lighting
  • Noise: low noise
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 33″ x 7.7″ x 17.25″
  • Weight: cc. 21.5 lbs.
  • Price range: cc. US$ 150 (US$ 21.43 per bottle).
  • Warranty: 1 year on parts and labor.

Pros & Cons (based on consumer reviews)


  • attractive floor standing design
  • holds 1 opened bottle of wine
  • easy-to-access top mounted controls and display


  • cheap quality
  • early failures, break downs

User Review

(by Wynne)

I purchased this wine cooler on 8/26 and by December the following year it did not work at all. The company was not willing to warranty this product as they said their warranty only was for 1 year. My wine cooler was 3 months out of warranty. Obviously there was something wrong with it.

In addition, it condensated so badly that I had to keep a rag in the bottom to keep it from leaking on the floor.

Poor choice in wine coolers – and I spent over $200 on it through the Home Depot Rating: useless

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