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Old 06-27-2011, 04:38 PM
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KitchenAid KUWO24LSBX Wine Cellar

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

The KUWO24LSBX wine cellar from KitchenAid is a fashionable wine cellar that features a wooden finish that can work in most any type of living area. It has a great wooden finish and a nice capacity level. This makes for a good type of wine cellar provided that one can afford it.

The KitchenAid wine cellar has a dual temperature zone setup. This is important because it will allow two different climates to be created for different types of wine. The temperatures can also be controlled through easy to handle controls that work with a useful layout that will be incredibly easy to read.

The capacity of the cellar is a great part to see as well. This cellar has a capacity of about forty-six bottles. This means that anyone can get one's entire supply of wine bottles stored into the cellar if one wishes to do it. The shelves can be adjusted and removed as well.

A big part of this wine cellar comes from its appearance. It has a standard wooden appearance with wooden shelves. The wood is also well protected. The big problem with this is that while it is beautiful the custom frame and handle will need to be installed in order to get this frame to work with the most possible functionality.

Although this wine cellar is very useful it is rather costly. It can cost thirteen hundred dollars through a number of retailers. However, the big reason for this comes from how it is made in the United States with stronger materials. This will only add to the durability and quality of the material, thus making this a relatively appropriate value for a wine cellar like this. Overall it makes for a good type of wine cellar to use even with a high price tag involved with it.

Review by professional reviewer, Sep. 1, 2010
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