What is the difference between a refrigerator, a beverage cooler, and a wine cooler?

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A wine cooler is set to a higher temperature range than a refrigerator or beverage cooler because wine should not be stored as cold as other products. A beverage cooler and refrigerator are similar, but beverage coolers often do not have the adjustable shelves or door storage that a refrigerator will, and they often have glass fronts to display the contents. A wine and beverage cooler has a wide temperature range so it can be used for either, but keep in mind if you want to store both at the same time you will either have too-cold wine or too-warm drinks. What is the difference between a freestanding and an undercounter unit? A freestanding unit is meant to stand alone while an undercounter (also called a zero clearance or built-in) unit can be built into existing counters and cabinetry because it is vented in the front. The undercounter units are usually more expensive because of this. Can I build in a freestanding unit? You can put a freestanding unit into cabinetry, but you will ... more
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