NewAir AW-210ED Wine Refrigerator Review

 

The NewAir AW-210ED is a 140-watt wine refrigerator. You can use it to store up to 21 wine bottles. You can find it for an average price of $220. Keep reading to learn about some of the features that it offers.

Control

The NewAir AW-210ED wine refrigerator is fitted with an LED display and digital, touch-button controls. There are two cooling zones, each with its own temperature control. Therefore, you can store both white and red whites at their ideal temperature. The upper zone is suitable for storing white wines, while the lower one is designed to store red wines.

Interior

Both the upper and lower zones have their own glass door so you can see your collection inside. There is also an interior blue LED lighting system so you can see inside more clearly. The LED lighting avoids the problem of additional heat brought on by using incandescent bulbs.

Cooling

The NewAir AW-210ED wine refrigerator features a solid-state thermoelectric cooling system. Since there is only one moving part, the fan, the unit produces little vibrations and noise. This means you won’t be disturbed if you keep it in a busy room. You also don’t have to deal with replacing refrigerant occasionally.

Racks

The NewAir AW-210ED is equipped with seven racks to store your bottles. These chrome-plated racks, while stylish, are designed to provide a stable resting place for your bottles. The upper zone has two racks for a six-bottle capacity, while the lower one has five racks for a 15-bottle capacity.

Design

The NewAir AW-210ED is a free-standing unit with chrome door handles. It measures 13.5 inches wide, 32.25 inches high, and 20 inches deep. It weighs 46 pounds.

The NewAir AW-210ED wine refrigerator has two distinct cooling zones, so you can store both red and white wines at their ideal temperature. The upper zone can hold six bottles, while the lower one has a capacity of 15 bottles. Thanks to the two glass doors and blue LED lighting system, you can easily see your wine collection from the outside. Thanks to a solid-state thermoelectric cooling system, the unit produces little noise too.