Summit - STC1 - Electric Wine Chiller

Price: $350.00/EA
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Electric Wine Chiller Features

  • Electric wine chiller
  • 9.38 in (H) x 28.88 in (W) x 12.75 in (D)
  • Upright design for storage of up to eight (8) bottles
  • Glass window paired with LED lighting for label presentation
  • Thermoelectric cooling means no compressor and vibration-free operation
  • Electronic controls and digital thermostat allow for precise temperature control
  • Temperature readout and controls located on front for convenience and ease of use
  • Wide temperature range from 46 degrees F to 66 degrees F for proper storage of reds, whites, and blush wines
  • Two interior fans ensure air is evenly circulated between bottles
  • 115V/60Hz/2A/1-Ph
  • Standard NEMA 5-15 plug
  • 100% CFC and freon free
  • ETL and ETL-C listed
  • 1 year parts and labor warranty


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table top wine chiller

By ray the Som

from key largo florida

About Me Casual Cook

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  • Attractive Design
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    Best Uses

    • Beverages

    Comments about Summit Electric Wine Chiller:

    The table top chiller works very well and we since purchased another. We will be purchasing at least 2 more when we expand our wine bar.

    • Primary use:
    • Business

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    • Q:

      Can these chillers be operated outside in temps. of up to 100*?
      Asked on 4/24/2018 by anonymous from Napa, CA

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      • A:

        Yes they can. The neck does get warm but they are a nice way to keep the
        bottles from turning into vinegar in the heat.

        Answered on 4/24/2018 by corksandcurds from undisclosed
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