N'FINITY PRO LXi RED Wine Cellar
- The LXi Cellars are equipped with efficient inverter compressor technology that minimizes temperature fluctuation, creating the most consistent temperature regulation at a mid-range price.
- Our new line of N'FINITY Wine Cellars, a hybrid of the most sought-after wine cellar features in one complete unit.
- Front venting allows for free-standing or built-in.
- Dimensions: 72- 1/4" H X 26" W X 29- 1/4"D
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Other than that it is very quiet and keeps everything at 55 degrees constantly.
1 year ago
8 months ago
I have been using my N'FINITY PRO LXi RED Wine Cellar for about 6 weeks. To date I have had zero problems. I have the temp set to 54*. Top holds at 53.5, middle at 54.5 and bottom at 58-60. I find it odd the bottom is warmer, but it is consistent, so I know how to manage the location of my wine. I currently have 122 bottles of varying shapes and sizes. I figure I can fit about 155-160 total, which though lower than advertised, is excellent considering I am not putting all Bordeaux bottles in it. It is very quiet, I never hear it cycle at all. It sits in my dining room and the household temperature fluctuates between 77 and 82 depending on time of day. I would recommend this product.
6 months ago
- great construction, nice drawers, very good capacity
- TERRIBLE controls, both in terms of their design and function. Truly awful.
I've owned four different brands of wine refrigerator. This is by far the best in terms of fit and finish. The stainless steel and glass door looks clean and classy. The best part of this unit is the drawers. Solid, smooth action, and by far the best part is that they will accommodate very large Turley-style 750ml bottles. I can get a dozen bottles of varying sizes into each drawer quite easily, which is nice. Most wine fridges state their capacity in thin Bordeaux bottles, so if that's all you own, you'll be able to cram this sucker to capacity.
Most wine lovers, I suspect, own a mixture of bottle types, and so you can reasonably expect to get about a dozen 750s on each of the 13 normal shelves and maybe 6-7 for the two lower ones, which have much smaller capacity. They do not use the drawer style of the other shelves and are more like classic refrigerator shelves. I store large format (and small format) bottles down there, but keep that in mind when trying to plan how much this will take.
The controls...my goodness. There are four buttons. An on/off button. A button that looks like a light. Pushing those together locks the temperature...I think. There are plus and minus buttons.
The worst part of the controls is that you have to press the buttons and hold them for about four seconds for them to do anything. These are not touch buttons. They are pressure buttons behind plastic and I had to push so hard I was afraid I was going to break the thing.
They are also totally un-intuitive. The manual explains how they are supposed to work - sort of. I figured out how to get it set to 54 degrees and get the light to turn off and I suspect I will never touch them again. It's not a dealbreaker, of course, because unless you're insane, you're not going to be raising and lowering the temp of your fridge a lot. But it is surprising.
Overall, a fine unit. Whisper quiet - we have it in a room with our TV and don't even notice it turn on and off. Sleek and classy look. Humidity control is really nice, too.
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