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Chill Out And Save $40 On This 18-Bottle Wine Cooler

Mason Thibault Contributor

You may already have a mini-fridge behind the bar, but maybe it’s time to upgrade to something a little classier. For a limited time, you can pick up a counter-top wine cooler that normally retails for $180 for a hefty discount. This Nutrichef branded electric wine refrigerator works with champagne, white and red wine, allowing you to control the temperature of the cooler for up to 18 bottles of your favorite beverages.

Get this Nutrichef counter-top cooler for 25 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Get this Nutrichef counter-top cooler for 25 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

This Nutrichef Thermoelectric 18 Bottle Wine Cooler Refrigerator & Red, White, Champagne Chiller is on sale for $127

Using an adjustable digital touch-button display you can manually control the temperature of the cooler, while the transparent front glass lets you view your red and white wines sealed under a circulation fan and ventilation grill that keeps them cold and crisp. Additionally, this cooler offers the peace of mind of ultra quiet operation with no vibration noises!

Normally $180, save over $40 on this sleek wine cooler (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $180, save over $40 on this sleek wine cooler (Photo via Amazon)

Nutrichef is also offering a 1 year quality warranty with a satisfaction guarantee, meaning that if cooler has any problems, or you just don’t like it as much as you thought you would, you can get your money back. With nothing to lose, and $40 in savings to gain, this Nutrichef refrigerator may be one of the “coolest” deals of the day.

(Photo via Amazon)

(Photo via Amazon)

Nutrichef Thermoelectric 18 Bottle Wine Cooler Refrigerator & Counter Top Wine Cellar is now 25 percent off 

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