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MilexMulti-Bottle Wine Cooler

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Retail: R3,800

Elevate your wine experience with the Milex 12 or 18 Bottle Wine Cooler! 

Savor the richness of your favorite wines in the utmost style with the Milex 12 or 18 Bottle Wine Cooler. This elegant and exclusive cooler is designed to maintain your wine at the perfect temperature, ensuring every sip is a delightful experience.

Product Features
  • Elegance in Design: Enhance your wine collection with a sleek and stylish cooler.
  • Preserve Flavors and Aromas: Maintain the perfect temperature to preserve the essence of your wines.
  • Efficient Cooling: Experience efficient cooling performance for your valuable wine collection.
  • User-Friendly Operation: Enjoy hassle-free operation and convenient access to your wines.
  • Versatile Temperature Control: Set and adjust temperatures within the range of 12-18°C.
  • Energy-Efficient Performance: Rated at 58W for energy-conscious and sustainable usage.
Product Specifications

12-Bottle Wine Cooler:

  • Volume: 32L
  • Voltage: 220-240V~ 50/60Hz
  • Rated Power: 58W
  • Foaming Gas: Cyclopentane
  • Weight: 12kg
  • Temperature Range: 12-18°C
  • Dimensions: 25.2(L) x 50(W) x 64(H)cm

18-Bottle Wine Cooler:

  • Volume: 54L
  • Voltage: 220-240V ~ 50/60Hz
  • Rated Power: 58W
  • Foaming Gas: Cyclopentane
  • Weight: 19kg
  • Temperature Range: 12-18 C
  • Dimensions: 34.5(L) x 45(W) x 77(H)cm
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