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5 Best Wine Coolers Under $1,000 in the US - September 2021

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Updated 23 August 2021
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5 best wine coolers under $1,000

What Wine Cooler Under $1,000 to Buy in September 2021?

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Magic Chef MCWC6B NewAir AW-280E Magic Chef MCWC12B Swan SR12030BN Avanti EWC18N2PD
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6
BOTTLE
CAPACITY
1
TEMPERATURE
ZONE
30dB
3
SHELVES
28
BOTTLE
CAPACITY
1
TEMPERATURE
ZONE
25dB
A+
12
BOTTLE
CAPACITY
1
TEMPERATURE
ZONE
39dB
4
SHELVES
20
BOTTLE
CAPACITY
1
TEMPERATURE
ZONE
42dB
18
BOTTLE
CAPACITY
2
TEMPERATURE
ZONES
5
SHELVES
98
Reviews
80 Reviews
91
Features
Fully-Featured
90
Value for Money
Excellent
90
Kagoo Score
Excellent
96
Reviews
20 Reviews
88
Features
Fully-Featured
84
Value for Money
Very Good
86
Kagoo Score
Excellent
58
Brand Rating
Average Brand
86
Features
Fully-Featured
84
Value for Money
Very Good
82
Running Costs
$480 Over 10 Years
82
Kagoo Score
Excellent
62
Brand Rating
Good Brand
86
Features
Fully-Featured
78
Value for Money
Very Good
97
Running Costs
$220 Over 10 Years
82
Kagoo Score
Excellent
78
Features
Good Features
61
Value for Money
Good
67
Running Costs
$540 Over 10 Years
63
Kagoo Score
Good
The top rated cooler under $100, with an outstanding spec and a very low price. Customers report that it stays cold, it's a very good size and very quiet. A fully featured and classic 28 bottle capacity wine cooler, with one of the quietest noise levels around and a good price. Our review analysis indicates that this wine cooler has a big storage capacity, it's very quiet and well made. A fully featured and low cost 12 bottle capacity cooler, with very low running costs. A fully featured and staggeringly economical to run 20 bottle capacity cooler, with a good price and many owner recommendations. Multiple reviews mentioned that this cooler is well-built and very well designed. A good spec but only ok value for money 18 bottle capacity wine cooler, with ok running costs. It supports locking and has a built-in display.
4 Reasons For
Better Kagoo Score
$38 Cheaper
Overall Reviews Are a Little Better
Better Brand
2 Reasons For
22 Bigger Bottle Capacity
17dB Quieter Noise Level
2 Reasons For
Built-in Display
Better Brand
5 Reasons For
Reversible Doors
Temperature Alarm
Built-in Display
Newer by 19 Months
59% Cheaper to Run Over Five Years
4 Reasons For
One More Temperature Zone
Five Shelves
Locking
Built-in Display
6 Reasons Against
22 Smaller Bottle Capacity
One Less Temperature Zone
5dB Louder Noise Level
Only Three Shelves
Over One Year Older
Less Customers Recommend It
5 Reasons Against
One Less Temperature Zone
Worse Kagoo Score
$162 More Expensive
Over Two Years Older
Worse Brand
8 Reasons Against
16 Smaller Bottle Capacity
One Less Temperature Zone
14dB Louder Noise Level
Only Four Shelves
Worse Kagoo Score
$38 More Expensive
Over One Year Older
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 116%
7 Reasons Against
Only 20 Bottle Capacity
Only One Temperature Zone
29% Louder Noise Level
Does Not Have a Door Open Alarm
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by $143
Worse Brand
7 Reasons Against
10 Smaller Bottle Capacity
Does Not Have a Built-in Freezer
Worse Kagoo Score
$110 More Expensive
Over Three Years Older
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 145%
Worse Brand
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Magic Chef MCWC6B

$87.49
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Magic Chef MCWC6B
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BOTTLE
CAPACITY
1
TEMPERATURE
ZONE
30dB
3
SHELVES

The Magic Chef MCWC6B has a Kagoo Score of 90. With a price tag of $87.49 this wine cooler is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Magic Chef MCWC6B.

Features We Love:
Quieter than average noise level (30dB)
Adjustable feet

The top rated cooler under $100, with an outstanding spec and a very low price. Customers report that it stays cold, it's a very good size and very quiet.

98
Reviews
80 Reviews
91
Features
Fully-Featured
90
Value for Money
Excellent
90
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Our review analysis indicates that Magic Chef MCWC6B has very good user reviews with 97% of buyers recommending this wine cooler to others.

Magic Chef MCWC6B 6-Bottle Single-Zone Black Wine Cooler reviews
Magic Chef MCWC6B 6-Bottle Single-Zone Black Wine Cooler reviews

4 Reasons For for Choosing the Magic Chef MCWC6B

Better Kagoo Score

The Magic Chef MCWC6B has received a Kagoo Score of 90, however the Avanti EWC18N2PD scored only 63, the Magic Chef MCWC12B scored 82, the NewAir AW-280E scored 86 and the Swan SR12030BN scored 82.

$38 Cheaper

The Magic Chef MCWC6B costs $110 less than the Avanti EWC18N2PD, costs $37.98 less than the Magic Chef MCWC12B, costs $162.46 less than the NewAir AW-280E and costs $142.50 less than the Swan SR12030BN.

Overall Reviews Are a Little Better

Based on 80 reviews, the average review score of the Magic Chef MCWC6B is 90%, however the average rating of the NewAir AW-280E is 86% (based on 0 reviews).

Better Brand

Magic Chef wine coolers have an average rating of 95%, whereas Avanti only has an average rating of 50.3%, NewAir only has an average rating of 68.2% and Swan only has an average rating of 68.6%.

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Magic Chef MCWC6B

22 Smaller Bottle Capacity

The Magic Chef MCWC6B is a six bottle capacity wine cooler, whereas the Avanti EWC18N2PD only has 18 bottle capacity, the Magic Chef MCWC12B only has 12 bottle capacity, the NewAir AW-280E only has 28 bottle capacity and the Swan SR12030BN only has 20 bottle capacity. More ...

'Bottle Capacity' denotes the maximum number of bottles the wine cooler is capable of holding at once.

More bottles means a larger storage capacity, which means more wine can be stored and chilled.

One Less Temperature Zone

The Magic Chef MCWC6B has one temperature zone (as do the Magic Chef MCWC12B, the NewAir AW-280E and the Swan SR12030BN), however the Avanti EWC18N2PD only has two temperature zones. More ...

'Temperature zones' are separate parts of the wine cooler, which can all be set to differing temperatures.

Different temperature zones are helpful if you are storing several different types of wine, all of which have different optimal storage temperatures. This will help you best store all of them at once.

5dB Louder Noise Level

The Magic Chef MCWC6B has a noise level of 30dB, whereas the Magic Chef MCWC12B is a 39dB wine cooler (9dB louder), the NewAir AW-280E is a 25dB wine cooler (5dB quieter) and the Swan SR12030BN is a 42dB wine cooler (12dB louder). More ...

The noise level of the wine cooler, measured in decibels (dB).

Fewer dB means a quieter wine cooler, which means it is less likely to be distracting or annoying as it hums along in the background.

Only Three Shelves

The number of shelves on the Magic Chef MCWC6B is three, but the Avanti EWC18N2PD only has five shelves and the Magic Chef MCWC12B only has four shelves. More ...

We do not know the number of shelves on the NewAir AW-280E or the Swan SR12030BN. It is possible that they do not have any shelves.

The number of shelves in the wine cooler.

More shelves means more space to store and organise bottles, which is helpful.

Over One Year Older

The Magic Chef MCWC6B is older than the Swan SR12030BN by 19 months. The Magic Chef MCWC6B is the same age as the Magic Chef MCWC12B.

Less Customers Recommend It

Only 27.7% of 83 customers recommend the Magic Chef MCWC6B, whereas 100% of 2 customers recommend the Swan SR12030BN.

The cheapest price that we could find for the MCWC6B in the US is $87.49 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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NewAir AW-280E

$249.95
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NewAir AW-280E

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NewAir AW-280E
28
BOTTLE
CAPACITY
1
TEMPERATURE
ZONE
25dB
A+

The NewAir AW-280E has a Kagoo Score of 86. However with a price tag of $249.95 this wine cooler is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the NewAir AW-280E.

Features We Love:
Quieter than average noise level (25dB)

A fully featured and classic 28 bottle capacity wine cooler, with one of the quietest noise levels around and a good price. Our review analysis indicates that this wine cooler has a big storage capacity, it's very quiet and well made.

96
Reviews
20 Reviews
88
Features
Fully-Featured
84
Value for Money
Very Good
86
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Multiple reviews mentioned that NewAir AW-280E has great user reviews with an average user rating of 86%, based on 20 reviews.

2 Reasons For for Choosing the NewAir AW-280E

22 Bigger Bottle Capacity

The NewAir AW-280E has 28 bottle capacity, however the Avanti EWC18N2PD only has 18 bottle capacity, the Magic Chef MCWC12B only has 12 bottle capacity, the Magic Chef MCWC6B only has six bottle capacity and the Swan SR12030BN only has 20 bottle capacity. More ...

'Bottle Capacity' denotes the maximum number of bottles the wine cooler is capable of holding at once.

More bottles means a larger storage capacity, which means more wine can be stored and chilled.

17dB Quieter Noise Level

The NewAir AW-280E has a noise level of 25dB, however the Magic Chef MCWC12B is a 39dB wine cooler (14dB louder), the Magic Chef MCWC6B is a 30dB wine cooler (5dB louder) and the Swan SR12030BN is a 42dB wine cooler (17dB louder). More ...

The noise level of the wine cooler, measured in decibels (dB).

Fewer dB means a quieter wine cooler, which means it is less likely to be distracting or annoying as it hums along in the background.

5 Reasons Against for Choosing the NewAir AW-280E

One Less Temperature Zone

The number of temperature zones on the NewAir AW-280E is one (as do the Magic Chef MCWC12B, the Magic Chef MCWC6B and the Swan SR12030BN), but the Avanti EWC18N2PD only has two temperature zones. More ...

'Temperature zones' are separate parts of the wine cooler, which can all be set to differing temperatures.

Different temperature zones are helpful if you are storing several different types of wine, all of which have different optimal storage temperatures. This will help you best store all of them at once.

Worse Kagoo Score

The NewAir AW-280E has received a Kagoo Score of 86, but the Magic Chef MCWC6B scored 90.

$162 More Expensive

The NewAir AW-280E is more expensive than the Avanti EWC18N2PD by $52, more expensive than the Magic Chef MCWC12B by $124, more expensive than the Magic Chef MCWC6B by $162 and more expensive than the Swan SR12030BN by $20.

Over Two Years Older

The NewAir AW-280E is older than the Magic Chef MCWC12B by one year, older than the Magic Chef MCWC6B by one year and older than the Swan SR12030BN by three years.

Worse Brand

NewAir wine coolers have an average rating of only 68.2%, however Magic Chef has an average rating of 95% and Swan has an average rating of 68.6%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the AW-280E in the US is $249.95 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Magic Chef MCWC12B

$125.47
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Magic Chef MCWC12B

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Magic Chef MCWC12B
12
BOTTLE
CAPACITY
1
TEMPERATURE
ZONE
39dB
4
SHELVES
$477
OVER 10 YEARS

The Magic Chef MCWC12B has a Kagoo Score of 82. With a price tag of $125.47 this wine cooler is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Magic Chef MCWC12B.

Features We Love:
Built-in display
Adjustable feet

A fully featured and low cost 12 bottle capacity cooler, with very low running costs.

86
Features
Fully-Featured
84
Value for Money
Very Good
82
Running Costs
$480 Over 10 Years
82
Kagoo Score
Excellent
Magic Chef MCWC12B 12 Bottle Review
Magic Chef MCWC12B 12 Bottle Review

2 Reasons For for Choosing the Magic Chef MCWC12B

Built-in Display

The Magic Chef MCWC12B has a built-in display (as do the Avanti EWC18N2PD and the Swan SR12030BN), but the Magic Chef MCWC6B and the NewAir AW-280E do not have this feature. More ...

A Built-in Display denotes whether the wine cooler has a display in the door or not.

Better Brand

Magic Chef wine coolers have an average rating of 95%, however Avanti only has an average rating of 50.3%, NewAir only has an average rating of 68.2% and Swan only has an average rating of 68.6%.

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the Magic Chef MCWC12B

16 Smaller Bottle Capacity

The Magic Chef MCWC12B has 12 bottle capacity, however the Avanti EWC18N2PD only has 18 bottle capacity, the NewAir AW-280E only has 28 bottle capacity and the Swan SR12030BN only has 20 bottle capacity. More ...

'Bottle Capacity' denotes the maximum number of bottles the wine cooler is capable of holding at once.

More bottles means a larger storage capacity, which means more wine can be stored and chilled.

One Less Temperature Zone

The number of temperature zones on the Magic Chef MCWC12B is one (as do the Magic Chef MCWC6B, the NewAir AW-280E and the Swan SR12030BN), but the Avanti EWC18N2PD only has two temperature zones. More ...

'Temperature zones' are separate parts of the wine cooler, which can all be set to differing temperatures.

Different temperature zones are helpful if you are storing several different types of wine, all of which have different optimal storage temperatures. This will help you best store all of them at once.

14dB Louder Noise Level

The Magic Chef MCWC12B has a noise level of 39dB, however the Magic Chef MCWC6B is a 30dB wine cooler (9dB quieter), the NewAir AW-280E is a 25dB wine cooler (14dB quieter) and the Swan SR12030BN is a 42dB wine cooler (3dB louder). More ...

The noise level of the wine cooler, measured in decibels (dB).

Fewer dB means a quieter wine cooler, which means it is less likely to be distracting or annoying as it hums along in the background.

Only Four Shelves

The Magic Chef MCWC12B is a four shelf wine cooler, whereas the Avanti EWC18N2PD only has five shelves. More ...

We do not know the number of shelves on the NewAir AW-280E or the Swan SR12030BN. It is possible that they do not have any shelves.

The number of shelves in the wine cooler.

More shelves means more space to store and organise bottles, which is helpful.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Magic Chef MCWC12B has received a Kagoo Score of 82, but the Magic Chef MCWC6B scored 90 and the NewAir AW-280E scored 86.

$38 More Expensive

The Magic Chef MCWC12B is more expensive than the Magic Chef MCWC6B by $38.

Over One Year Older

The Magic Chef MCWC12B is older than the Swan SR12030BN by 19 months. The Magic Chef MCWC12B is the same age as the Magic Chef MCWC6B.

More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 116%

The running costs of the Magic Chef MCWC12B are $477 which is $256 more than the Swan SR12030BN over five years. Show assumptions.

The cheapest price that we could find for the MCWC12B in the US is $125.47 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Swan SR12030BN

$229.99
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Swan SR12030BN

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Swan SR12030BN
20
BOTTLE
CAPACITY
1
TEMPERATURE
ZONE
42dB
$221
OVER 10 YEARS
A+

The Swan SR12030BN has a Kagoo Score of 82. However with a price tag of $229.99 this wine cooler is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Swan SR12030BN.

Features We Love:
Temperature alarm
Built-in display
Reversible doors
Adjustable feet

A fully featured and staggeringly economical to run 20 bottle capacity cooler, with a good price and many owner recommendations. Multiple reviews mentioned that this cooler is well-built and very well designed.

86
Features
Fully-Featured
78
Value for Money
Very Good
97
Running Costs
$220 Over 10 Years
82
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Multiple reviews mentioned that Swan SR12030BN has great user reviews with 100% of buyers recommending this cooler to others.

5 Reasons For for Choosing the Swan SR12030BN

Reversible Doors

The Swan SR12030BN has a reversible doors, however the Avanti EWC18N2PD, the Magic Chef MCWC12B, the Magic Chef MCWC6B and the NewAir AW-280E do not. More ...

'Reversible Doors' denotes whether the doors can be set up to open from either the left or right hinge.

Reversible doors allow a greater degree of freedom for you to set up your wine cooler exactly as needed.

Temperature Alarm

The Swan SR12030BN has a temperature alarm, whereas the Avanti EWC18N2PD, the Magic Chef MCWC12B, the Magic Chef MCWC6B and the NewAir AW-280E do not. More ...

'Temperature Alarm' denotes whether the wine cooler has an alarm triggered by the cooler losing temperature.

Alarms help warn you when something goes wrong with your wine cooler, and can help prevent problems or accidents.

Built-in Display

The Swan SR12030BN has a built-in display, and so do the Avanti EWC18N2PD and the Magic Chef MCWC12B, however the Magic Chef MCWC6B and the NewAir AW-280E do not. More ...

A Built-in Display denotes whether the wine cooler has a display in the door or not.

Newer by 19 Months

The Swan SR12030BN was released four years after the Avanti EWC18N2PD, released 19 months after the Magic Chef MCWC12B, released 19 months after the Magic Chef MCWC6B and released three years after the NewAir AW-280E

59% Cheaper to Run Over Five Years

Over five years the Swan SR12030BN is $321 cheaper to run than the Avanti EWC18N2PD and $256 cheaper to run than the Magic Chef MCWC12B. More ...

7 Reasons Against for Choosing the Swan SR12030BN

Only 20 Bottle Capacity

The Swan SR12030BN is a 20 bottle capacity wine cooler, whereas the NewAir AW-280E only has 28 bottle capacity. More ...

'Bottle Capacity' denotes the maximum number of bottles the wine cooler is capable of holding at once.

More bottles means a larger storage capacity, which means more wine can be stored and chilled.

Only One Temperature Zone

The Swan SR12030BN has one temperature zone, and so do the Magic Chef MCWC12B, the Magic Chef MCWC6B and the NewAir AW-280E, however the Avanti EWC18N2PD only has two temperature zones. More ...

'Temperature zones' are separate parts of the wine cooler, which can all be set to differing temperatures.

Different temperature zones are helpful if you are storing several different types of wine, all of which have different optimal storage temperatures. This will help you best store all of them at once.

29% Louder Noise Level

The Swan SR12030BN is a 42dB wine cooler. That's 3dB louder than the Magic Chef MCWC12B (39dB), 12dB louder than the Magic Chef MCWC6B (30dB) and 17dB louder than the NewAir AW-280E (25dB). More ...

The noise level of the wine cooler, measured in decibels (dB).

Fewer dB means a quieter wine cooler, which means it is less likely to be distracting or annoying as it hums along in the background.

Does Not Have a Door Open Alarm

The Swan SR12030BN does not have a door open alarm, however the Avanti EWC18N2PD, the Magic Chef MCWC12B, the Magic Chef MCWC6B and the NewAir AW-280E do. More ...

'Door Open Alarm' denotes whether the wine cooler has an alarm triggered by the door being left open.

Alarms help warn you when something goes wrong with your wine cooler, and can help prevent problems or accidents.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Swan SR12030BN has received a Kagoo Score of 82, however the Magic Chef MCWC6B scored 90 and the NewAir AW-280E scored 86.

More Expensive by $143

The Swan SR12030BN is $33 more expensive than the Avanti EWC18N2PD, $105 more expensive than the Magic Chef MCWC12B and $143 more expensive than the Magic Chef MCWC6B.

Worse Brand

Swan wine coolers have an average rating of only 68.6%, whereas Magic Chef has an average rating of 95%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the SR12030BN in the US is $229.99 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Avanti EWC18N2PD

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Avanti EWC18N2PD

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Avanti EWC18N2PD
18
BOTTLE
CAPACITY
2
TEMPERATURE
ZONES
5
SHELVES
$542
OVER 10 YEARS

The Avanti EWC18N2PD has a Kagoo Score of 63. However with a price tag of $197.49 this wine cooler is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Avanti EWC18N2PD.

Features We Love:
Supports locking
Built-in display
Supports locking

A good spec but only ok value for money 18 bottle capacity wine cooler, with ok running costs. It supports locking and has a built-in display.

78
Features
Good Features
61
Value for Money
Good
67
Running Costs
$540 Over 10 Years
63
Kagoo Score
Good

4 Reasons For for Choosing the Avanti EWC18N2PD

One More Temperature Zone

The Avanti EWC18N2PD has two temperature zones, however the Swan SR12030BN only has one temperature zone. More ...

'Temperature zones' are separate parts of the wine cooler, which can all be set to differing temperatures.

Different temperature zones are helpful if you are storing several different types of wine, all of which have different optimal storage temperatures. This will help you best store all of them at once.

Five Shelves

The number of shelves on the Avanti EWC18N2PD is five, but the Magic Chef MCWC12B only has four shelves and the Magic Chef MCWC6B only has three shelves. More ...

We do not know the number of shelves on the NewAir AW-280E or the Swan SR12030BN. It is possible that they do not have any shelves.

The number of shelves in the wine cooler.

More shelves means more space to store and organise bottles, which is helpful.

Locking

The Avanti EWC18N2PD supports locking, but the Magic Chef MCWC12B, the Magic Chef MCWC6B, the NewAir AW-280E and the Swan SR12030BN do not support this feature. More ...

'Locking' denotes whether the wine cooler has the capacity to lock.

Locking wine coolers help to keep your wine collection safe from unauthorised access.

Built-in Display

The Avanti EWC18N2PD has a built-in display (as do the Magic Chef MCWC12B and the Swan SR12030BN), however the Magic Chef MCWC6B and the NewAir AW-280E do not have this feature. More ...

A Built-in Display denotes whether the wine cooler has a display in the door or not.

7 Reasons Against for Choosing the Avanti EWC18N2PD

10 Smaller Bottle Capacity

The Avanti EWC18N2PD is an 18 bottle capacity wine cooler, whereas the NewAir AW-280E only has 28 bottle capacity and the Swan SR12030BN only has 20 bottle capacity. More ...

'Bottle Capacity' denotes the maximum number of bottles the wine cooler is capable of holding at once.

More bottles means a larger storage capacity, which means more wine can be stored and chilled.

Does Not Have a Built-in Freezer

The Avanti EWC18N2PD does not have a built-in freezer, but the Magic Chef MCWC12B, the Magic Chef MCWC6B, the NewAir AW-280E and the Swan SR12030BN do. More ...

A built-in freezer means that the wine cooler has a small freezer section as part of the main unit.

A built-in freezer is helpful for storing ice, whiskey stones and other such things to go with your drinks.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Avanti EWC18N2PD has only received a Kagoo Score of 63, however the Magic Chef MCWC12B scored 82, the Magic Chef MCWC6B scored 90, the NewAir AW-280E scored 86 and the Swan SR12030BN scored 82.

$110 More Expensive

The Avanti EWC18N2PD is more expensive than the Magic Chef MCWC12B by $72 and more expensive than the Magic Chef MCWC6B by $110.

Over Three Years Older

The Avanti EWC18N2PD is older than the Magic Chef MCWC12B by two years, older than the Magic Chef MCWC6B by two years, older than the NewAir AW-280E by 16 months and older than the Swan SR12030BN by four years.

More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 145%

Over five years the running costs of the Avanti EWC18N2PD are $542 which is $65 more than the Magic Chef MCWC12B and $321 more than the Swan SR12030BN. Show assumptions.

Worse Brand

Avanti wine coolers have an average rating of only 50.3%, whereas Magic Chef has an average rating of 95%, NewAir has an average rating of 68.2% and Swan has an average rating of 68.6%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the EWC18N2PD in the US is $197.49 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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5 Best Wine Coolers Under $1,000 in the US - September 2021
Magic Chef MCWC6B
Reasons For
Reasons Against
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NewAir AW-280E
Reasons For
Reasons Against
Best Prices
Magic Chef MCWC12B
Reasons For
Reasons Against
Best Prices
Swan SR12030BN
Reasons For
Reasons Against
Best Prices
Avanti EWC18N2PD
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