The discreet and stylish Miele KWT 4154 UG-1 built-under wine cooler is the perfect addition to any entertainment area that offers ideal storage conditions for up to 38 standard bottles of white, red and sparkling wines. The cooler offers two independent temperature zones. With temperatures regulated from +5°C to +20°C, a constant humidity level of […]
November 21st, 2008
The discreet and stylish Miele KWT 4154 UG-1 built-under wine cooler is the perfect addition to any entertainment area that offers ideal storage conditions for up to 38 standard bottles of white, red and sparkling wines.
The cooler offers two independent temperature zones. With temperatures regulated from +5°C to +20°C, a constant humidity level of 60%-70% and Miele’s exclusive Miele DynaCool function, an even temperature is ensured throughout individual compartments.
Framed in timeless stainless steel, the tinted glass door provides protection from harmful UV light while LED lighting enables a clear view of the contents. An active charcoal filter and height adjustable wooden shelves complete this top-of-the-range storage facility.
The Miele KWT 4154 UG-1 is available for a selling price of $3,699.
Dimensions: H x W x D = 81.7 x 59.7 x 58 cm
Delivery time: If order is received prior to 1pm, next day delivery. Please note: metropolitan orders only. Otherwise 1-2 Days.
Finish: Stainless Steel and Glass
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