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View Poll Results: What cooler
Avanti 1 3.85%
CellarPro 0 0%
Cuisinart 1 3.85%
Danby 0 0%
EdgeStar 5 19.23%
Electrolux 0 0%
Emerson 0 0%
Franklin Chef 1 3.85%
Frigidaire 0 0%
Haier 3 11.54%
Kalorik 0 0%
Kitchenaid 0 0%
Koldfront 2 7.69%
NewAir 5 19.23%
Soleus Air 1 3.85%
Sub Zero 0 0%
Summit 0 0%
Vinotemp 7 26.92%
Whynter 0 0%
Wine Enthusiast 0 0%
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Old 08-13-2013, 04:04 PM   #21
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Edgestar 28 is my first and only wineador. I got a S&D from compactappliance for $99 shipped. The door frame arrived broken, and instead of sending me a replacement door, they gave me a full refund. The glass was in good condition, as was the seal. So I gave the pieces to my cabinet installer, and had him make a new door frame out of cherry:



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Old 08-13-2013, 08:00 PM   #22
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I have an Edgestar, it works as a humidor and that's all that matters.

Really any brand would work in my opinion, they can all hold humidity if you plug the drain.
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I have an Edgestar, it works as a humidor and that's all that matters.

Really any brand would work in my opinion, they can all hold humidity if you plug the drain.

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SD here. Only had it for 6 mos, but has been rock solid and room for over 300 sticks. Price was very good. I'd buy another in a heartbeat. Keep wineador in spare room with ambient temp of 80, set on 67. Stays right at 67 with 65% humidity.

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Old 08-13-2013, 10:25 PM   #25
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I've never owned a Wineador, so I voted for Kaloric.
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During a move years ago, I was about to throw away a 34 bottle Avanti fridge and a friend suggested storing my cigar boxes in there. It had never occurred me before, but turned out to be the most practical and elegant solution to consolidating everything into one display case. I've since become a big fan of wineadors and am just now starting to learn about the ideas for a coolerador!
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I'd like to change my vote to cellar pro.
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