NewAir AW-210ED Dual Zone Thermoelectric Wine Cooler
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Features of the NewAir AW-210ED Dual Zone Thermoelectric Wine Cooler
- Capacity: 21 bottles
- Compact, freestanding design
- LED Display; Interior LED light
- Dual temperature zones
- Thermoelectric cooling
- Chrome plated racks
The attractive, elegant design of the NewAir AW-210ED is one of its main points of interest. The bold black housing and sleek chrome handle on the door creates a classy appearance and the soft interior blue light creates a nice ambiance and gives you a reasonable interior view of the bottles racked up.
Touch button controls are situated at the front of the unit to give you convenient control over the interior lighting and temperature levels.
Dual Zone Capability
If you like red wine, but your other half likes white wine or vice versa, then you’re going to have a problem storing them at the right temperature with many wine coolers. This isn't a problem with the AW-210ED due to its dual temperature zones which allow you to set different temperature ranges for the two zones which are separated into two separate doors.
Quietly does it
As thermoelectric cooling technology is used opposed to a noisy compressor, the chiller operates almost silently and is free from unwanted vibrations so those sensitive sediments in your finest bottles of wine won’t get disturbed.
Inside there are six removable wine racks which can accommodate up to 21 standard-sized bottles of wine (up to 6 bottles in the upper zone and up to 15 bottles in the lower). Due to the style of the metal racks, you can store larger, wider bottles although the fit is a bit tight so they are a bit more awkward to slide out of the rack.
Pros and Cons of the NewAir AW-210ED
The NewAir AW-210ED has great styling and a small footprint for its decent bottle capacity. Dual temperature zones maintain a consistent temperature once set. Setup is easy and the unit is very low maintenance.
It runs quietly, similar to a computer so it’s fine for keeping in a dining room or anywhere where you regularly are.
The rack can accommodate lengthy bottles, but thicker bottles such as magnum bottles are more awkward to fit in.
No built-in power outage protection, so we wouldn’t recommend this model to our readers who frequently get power outages.
When scouring around for an affordable 21 bottle dual zone wine cooler, we couldn’t find one better than the NewAir AW-210ED. Its looks certainly give it an appearance of a higher-end cooler while its features and efficiency level match-up well to deliver overall a fine machine.