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8-bottle thermoelectric wine chiller for countertop use
SUMMIT STC1 is a thermoelectric wine chiller designed to store up to eight wine bottles at a ready-to-serve temperature.
This jet black cooler is sized for use on top of counters, with eight slots that let you store open bottles upright. A glass window with an LED light allows you to display the labels of the front four bottles. Two interior fans ensure cool air is evenly distributed throughout the interior so that each bottle maintains the desired temperature. The front-located digital thermostat can be set anywhere between 46º and 66ºF, making it ideal for red, white, or blush wines.
Thermoelectric cooling technology offers added benefits for users, with quieter operation than standard compressor-based wine cellars. This style also eliminates vibrations that can damage the taste and consistency of your collection. Since there are no chemical cooling agents, the STC1 is an environmentally friendly answer to keeping wine cool.
No compressor for quieter operation
Upright bottle storage
Interior can hold up to 8 bottles in an upright position
With no compressor, wine does not experience particle-damaging vibrations
Electronic controls for precise temperature management, with temperature readout and controls front located for added convenience
Wide temperature range
Thermostat can be set between 44º and 66ºF for proper storage of white, blush, or red wine
Glass window with LED light
Bottles stored in the front of the unit are displayed by an energy efficient LED light
Two fans ensure air is evenly circulated between all eight bottles
100% CFC and freon free
Environmentally friendly design with no ozone-damaging chemicals