hOmeLabs Beverage Refrigerator and Cooler
A Glass Door, Large Capacity, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Adjustable Removable Shelves, Modern Electric Beverage Cooler, The Glass Door, This 3.2 Cubic Foot Free Standing Beverage Cooler, This 120 Can Mini Beverage Cooler
What We Like
- The drinks organizer conveniently holds up to 120 standard sized soda or beer cans, or several bottles of wine
- Perfect for an office, dorm, restaurant, home kitchen and more
- Made with high-quality stainless steel frame that ensures durability
- may create noise at times
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 29,315 reviews for 136 products in the Wine cellars category.
We then analyzed 1,293 reviews for this product. Of these, 31 reviews were recent.
Around 74% of reviews were positive and about 20% were negative.
9.61 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about hOmeLabs Beverage Refrigerator and Cooler
The front row of the fridge is the only place where you can put 24 cans+ bottles of beer because of the compressor, but the bottom shelf is only a truly full rack with 6x3 beers.
It has been 3 months since I bought it and I have had no problems, it has a display light on the front of the fridge, and can switch door hinges from one side to the other.
The touch controls are easy to understand and the temperature is the default, so you may want to drop that a bit.
The replacement fridge was dispatched the same day as the first one, and the issue on the first fridge was disappointing, but for a product that is probably not too cheap to manufacture or ship.
I'm looking into my purchase to see if there's a fix for it, because it appears it isn't replaceable, and I thought I'd drop a review because it really has been an awesome purchase for us.
Is there a reason to keep food-stuffs in here?
It's true that cold foods and perishable items need to be kept at a temperature between 33-40 0F, but there is a very obvious fan inside the unit so to those saying there isn't you're quite right.
What is the yearly energy cost?
It depends on how much you use and what rate you choose.
Is it made in the US?
The box says it's made in China, not New York.
Has anyone installed this under the counter?
I put it under my counter, my cabinet maker made it look like it was part of the cabinetry, so far no issues.
Is it possible to turn off the light or it always on?
The light will still come on when the door opens, in the off mode.