EdgeStar CWBV8026 VS Other Wine and Beverage Coolers
The Edgestar CWBV8026 could be the right beverage cooler for you. But if you’re anything like me, you like to consider you’re options before making a final decision. We decided to compare the competition for 2 reasons: to help you make a more informed decision, and to provide you with different size options. Take a look at the competition below.
VS Danby DBC514BLS 5.3 Cu. Ft. Silhouette Beverage Center
The Black/Silver Danby DBC514BLS is a 5.3 cubic foot beverage center. It has the capacity to fit 112 canned beverages and 11 wine bottles. Unlike its EdgeStar counterpart, the Danby model is just one unit. This caused me to question whether or not canned beverages and wine bottles can be stored optimally in the same refrigerator. By comparison, the Edgestar has different temperature ranges for wine bottles and cans.
There is a lot of room in the Danby model, perfect for storing hors d’oeuvres while you wait for guest to arrive. Both the Danby and the EdgeStar have digital temperature displays, and both look good. After going through some feedback for the Danby DBC514BLS, I wasn’t too impressed, not was I exactly confident in its long-term durability
After considering both of these machines I think that the EdgeStar makes the better product. If I were in the market for a new wine/beverage cooler the difference, without budget restrictions, I would not go with the Danby model.
Get a closer look at the Danby DBC514BLS beverage center
The EdgeStar CWBV8026 is a high end appliance. It looks good, and it is backed by a trusted brand. It is a bit of an investment but a quality wine cooler/beverage cooler combo isn’t cheap. It is a sort of specialty item that doesn’t get purchased by the masses. You can certainly search for a cheaper cooler combo, however, based on what I’ve found in my research, I think this one is a good option.