Looks good but....
"I wish I realised it didn't light up, the fridge shelves seem to be in the wrong place and there's no real room for manoeuvre and it doesn't seem to get super icy cold. It does the job but if I'm honest, I'm disappointed with it."
Katie - Greenhithe, 13th May '09
Drinkstuff says: Thank you for your comments Katie. Unfortunately, few mini fridges do light up when you open the door. These type of chillers are not classed as refrigerators so will not go down to the same icy cold temperatures. They will however maintained a selectable temperature of between 5 and 18 degrees Celsius. Also, all the shelving is removable to make more space if required.
"Works well and a great addition to our kitchen! However, the base is poorly designed with screws protruding which damage the work surface. Also the bottom shelf does not fit securely into the space reserved for it but instead keeps sliding forward.
Drinkstuff says: Paul, thank you for your comments. We are aware of the fact that the bottom of the fridge can scratch the surface it is on and we have a note on the product on our website to say you will need a protective layer under the fridge. We have also checked the bottom shelf and the lip of it is meant to hang over the bottom part of the fridge."
Paul Gauntlett - Surrey, 8th January '08
"The LEC wine and beer chiller has good capacity, we use it to chill water bottles and the temperature is consistent. The feet on the fridge are sharp and can scratch surfaces very easily.
Drinkstuff says: Thank you for your comments. We have now adjusted the description to warn customers to protect any surface they place their LEC chiller on."
Aqua Bar - Surrey, 31st July '07
"The fridge is great keeps things VERY cool and has plenty to of room! looks really good 2"
Karl - Scunthorpe, 15th March '07
"Stylish & great quality chiller. Keeps a constant temperature & works best when it's kept fuller (as do most fridges). Far easier than struggling to try & fit everything in the main fridge & i don't know why we didn't buy one sooner!"
Mrs Millington - Derby, 4th January '07