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Customer Reviews — Belling Unbranded Wine Cooler - Stainless Steel - D Rated

Customer Reviews — Belling Unbranded Wine Cooler - Stainless Steel - D Rated

Belling Unbranded 150SSWCMk2 Built In Wine Cooler - Stainless Steel - D Rated
Save £29
Was £199
  • Holds 7 bottles of wine
  • Rated D for energy efficiency
  • Annual energy cost - £41.43
  • Temperature range between 5 and 22 degrees
  • Has feet - designed to fit under a worktop
4.2 / 5


Didn’t know what to expect when I ordered this chiller as it’s so small. However, I was thrilled when it arrived! It’s very stylish and sturdily built. You can store white, red and rose wine at the same time as you can modify the temperature so it’s ideal for all type of wines. If your short of space, it’s ideal as it’s only 14.8cm wide, all I can say is go for it, buy one, you won’t be disappointed.

Wine cooler.!! So happy!!!

We've just moved into our new home and my kitchen is so much bigger than before so I had room for a wine cooler! I'm so excited! I keep it stocked up with both wine and gin!!! I love it. I even sent a photo to my friend and her reply was 'good investment!!! Haha The price was fantastic too as all the slim line ones I'd seen before were over £300! So this was a really good find from the husband!!

Good look in style

Great product for the price, however like most of these wine coolers please be aware they need to stick out from under the kitchen worktop by the door width as the door does not opening right back to let the bottle of wine out.

Access to wine a problerm

The wine cooler does fit within a 150mm gap, however you can not open the door wide enough to get the bottles out unless the unit sits forward past the door sitting next to it. This means it is not really a "built-In" product unless you have room next to the unit. I have ended up putting it at the very end of the units in a cornor so does not look so bad sticking out pass the kitchen doors.

Wine cooler

Very sleek design. A little noisey when running but it doesn't come on often so not really an issue. The door needs to be completely open in order to insert or remove a wine bottle, which brings me to my only real criticism. The fact its described as a built in wine cooler is only partly correct.it will fit in a gap of 150mm but the door will only open fully if you have a gap (on the hinged side) with the unit next to it. So you need an opening of 170mm minimum.the only way it works with a 150mm gap is to have the end panel of the kitchen unit set back by the depth of your kitchen doors/drawers on the hinge side of the cooler.


Amazing service . Love wine chiller fits in a space that was spare when getting new kitchen built have chilled wine is amazing it means you don't take up room in the fridge. ??

Good service

Needed Item quickly and AO did not disappoint. Next day, as stated all good. Thanks

Looks good

Looks good in the kitchen, wasnt the cheapest of wine coolers
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