Super cheap beer / wine cooler. Essentials - CWC15B14 in black £59.99 @ Currys - currently £20 off. Another £1 using quidco.
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Super cheap beer / wine cooler. Essentials - CWC15B14 in black £59.99 @ Currys - currently £20 off. Another £1 using quidco.

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LocalFound 11th May 2016
Cheapest new mini fridge / wine cooler I can find with a glass front. No lights included unfortunately but takes 14 / 15 bottles of wine and I'm guessing that will translate to about 20 ice cold Cobras!

Price down from £79.99 and you can get £1 cashback.

Product features:
Capacity: 15 bottles
Temperature range: 5-20°C
UV protection
Single temperature zone
One-year manufacturer’s warranty
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is 5 degree's cold enough for beer? (and that's at it maximum/coldest setting) I thought a normal domestic fridge is normally between 0-4 degree's so wouldn't want it to be any warmer than that.
paulj48

is 5 degree's cold enough for beer? (and that's at it maximum/coldest … is 5 degree's cold enough for beer? (and that's at it maximum/coldest setting) I thought a normal domestic fridge is normally between 0-4 degree's so wouldn't want it to be any warmer than that.




That's why curry's has it as a wine cooler, certain. Wines like the temperature stated. The beer part was added by the OP.
edd666999

That's why curry's has it as a wine cooler, certain. Wines like the … That's why curry's has it as a wine cooler, certain. Wines like the temperature stated. The beer part was added by the OP.


That's who my question was to, although the Husky beer fridges that are sold everywhere and regularly appear on this site only go down to 5 degree's also.
A fridge should have a temperature of between 37°F(3°C) and 40°F (5°C). Any higher and the food will go off, any lower and you’ll lose nutrients and fresh food can be ruined.
The ideal freezer temperature is 0°F (-18°C) which will store food safely and stop bacteria forming.
0°C would allow you to eat your beer off a stick!
YOG

A fridge should have a temperature of between 37°F(3°C) and 40°F (5°C). A … A fridge should have a temperature of between 37°F(3°C) and 40°F (5°C). Any higher and the food will go off, any lower and you’ll lose nutrients and fresh food can be ruined.The ideal freezer temperature is 0°F (-18°C) which will store food safely and stop bacteria forming.0°C would allow you to eat your beer off a stick!


don't know where you got that idea from?
paulj48

don't know where you got that idea from?



Perhaps it out of a book of knowledge
philipgregson58

Perhaps it out of a book of knowledge


Well it certainly wasn't out of the rules of Physics.
Curry's were ace with the free delivery. Arrived on second day and installed in situ by two guys. I'm disabled and that was an unexpected bonus! Not ya yodel experience.......

I've only managed to get it up to 16 (600ml) Cobras (because I keeps drinkin em) so far but I estimate room for 4-5 more and maybe space to cram in a few tiddlers!

The temperature of the beer is perfect. It's icy cold. I do have it on max setting though. It is very very quiet. It's really well built and looks smart. Getting it inset in my media room soon and will post pics if wanted.

Incidentally, this is only my second hotdeal recommendation so please let me know if it "expires" and I'll kill the thread off. I also changed the heading to bette reflect that this is a cooler not a fridge. I still don't realy understand the semantic argument going on above about the definition of "what is a fridge" but hey ho guys - I was just after a cool gadget to chill my beers and hopefully my championing of this awesme device will help similar minded beer addicts.

Arguing about what the legal definition of a fridge on the internet is really cool though guys. Snark! I did have a chuckle.
Gotta get a proper keyboard for this ipad! Any recommendations?
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