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PEVINO - 220 bottle Built in Wine Cooler P168S-HHSS

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  • £1,70000
  • incl. VAT

Pevino are one of Denmark's specialist wine cooler companies. Offering Danish design at a very attractive price.

    Highlights
  • Energy Efficiency: 'B'
  • Rated capacity: 220 bottles (750ml standard Bordeaux bottles)
  • Installation type: Built in or freestanding
  • Colour: stainless steel door frame with black carcass
  • 14 Oak shelves
  • Reversible door with lock
  • Temperature settings: 5-22°C
  • 2 year warranty
  • Dimensions: Height: 180cm, Width: 60cm, Depth: 68cm
  • Free Delivery - Kerbside
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PEVINO - 220 bottle Built in Wine Cooler P168S-HHSS

Pevino's 220 bottle wine cooler looks great with a stainless steel framed glass door black outer carcass and interior. With a UV protected double glazed door and an integrated lock, this wine cooler will keep your wines safe from UV rays and children.  This unit also has the added benefit of being able to store larger, burgundy and champagne bottles on its shelves without the need to remove any additional shelving.

Solid oak shelves adds something a little different to the standard beech shelving used by most wine cooler manufacturers. combined with LED lighting rails down both sides of the unit makes these units look great.

This unit is designed as a built in wine cooler but can also be utilised as a free standing unit.  If using the appliance as built in wine cooler, be sure to allow enough ventilation space around the sides and not to block the vent at the front.

Additional features and benefits:

- Capacity: 220 Bordeaux bottles with four shelves mounted. 168 with all shelves mounted.

- Reversible Door (double glazed)

- Lock

- Control panel: Computer controlled LCD Touch screen.

- Shelves Solid oak wood on telescopic rails 

- Number of shelves: 14 in total (12 in full depth. 1 display shelf at the top. 1 shelf of 2/3 depth in the bottom)

- Distance between shelves: Room for a Champagne bottle.

- Lighting:   LED rails on both sides in the front. 

- Lighting colour:  White, blue, yellow, purple, green

- Dimmable lighting:  Yes.

 
 Cooling system:

- ZEL compressor with R600a refrigerant.

- Compressor mounted on vibration absorbing rubber.

- Temperature zones: Single

- Temperature range: 5-22°C.

- Internal heating element 

- Carbon Filter

 
Performance and consumption:

- Noise level:  40 dB. 

- Energy class  B. 

- Power consumption  230 kWh/p.a

 
Dimensions:

W x D x H: 595mm x 680mm x 1800mm.

Adjustable feet range height  3 cm.

Weight   95 Kg.

**Supplied with EU plug and adapter

 

Product Specification

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Freestanding Wine Cabinet: 

Freestanding wine coolers are designed to stand alone and not be built in to any cabinetry at all.  This type of unit requires a minimum of 3-5 inches around the sides, to the rear and above.  This is to allow cool air to circulate correctly but also to allow warm air that has been expelled from the system to escape above.

Freestanding units should never be built into cabinetry as they do not have the necessary parts to create the necessary air flow to enable the cooling process.  If there is a lack of ventilation, the performance of the wine cooler will be hindered and may lead to the sealed system (compressor/condenser/evaporator) to overheat and burst or leak.

Please follow the manufacturers instructions carefully when installing a freestanding wine cabinet.

Built-in / Undercounter Wine Cooler:

A built in wine cooler is designed to sit on the floor but with cabinetry enclosing the unit from all sides, just leaving the door exposed. These units have fans on the under side and a grille to the front, this allows cool air to be drawn in to enable the cooling process. Warm air is expelled via another fan or out of the small gaps in the sides depending on the size of the unit.

It is imperative that this type of units grille to the front is not blocked by the plinth or skirting board.  If you wish to run a plinth along the front of the unit, a grille must be installed in the plinth so that the unit can still draw in cool air.

Built in wine coolers that are narrower, for example 15cm, 30cm and 40cm wine coolers require a minimum of 0.25cm ventilation space around the sides to allow warm air to dissipate out. Failure to allow the necessary breathing space will hinder the units cooling performance and may void the manufacturers warranty.

Built in wine coolers also require a minimum of 1cm of breathing space, to the rear of the unit to allow for the necessary air flow, but also to ensure that the unit is not touching the rear wall/cupboard as this may cause unwanted vibrations.

Here is an example of a built in wine fridges installation: Installation Diagram.

Integrated Wine Cooler:

Integrated wine cabinets are similar to built in wine coolers but are designed to slot into cupboards to create a floating look.

Integrated wine cabinets require that they are not fully enclosed and have ventilation space to the rear of the unit.  A grille must be installed in the plinth and a small duct at the top of the cabinets; this is to allow cool air to enter the system at the back of the wine cooler and warm air to escape above the wine coolers.

Here is an example of a integrated wine fridges installation: Installation Diagram.

Thermoelectric Wine Cooler:

Thermoelectric wine coolers are designed to sit on the floor and should never be built in or integrated to any cabinetry of any kind.  They are the most sensitive to changes in ambient temperatures and any installation that does not allow a lot of ventilation space will drastically hinder the cooling performance.

Ensure there is a minimum of 5-10 inches around all of the sides with this type of wine cooler as they do not have the same cooling components as a compressor driven wine cooler.

If you have any questions, regarding the installation of your wine cooler or which unit you need, please contact us before purchasing.

 

 

We are delighted to offer free shipping on all items to UK Mainland, we also deliver to the areas outside of UK Mainland (Scotland, Wales, Northern Islands) in which we will give you a quotation of delivery costs, if applicable. 

Standard free delivery is to the kerbside only, if you would like your new cabinet unpacking and taking into its new resting place please purchase an additional service.

Shipment and Delivery:

Our wine coolers are brought in from all over Europe. For units that are held in the UK we offer a delivery and unpacking service as standard, to UK mainland only.  We use multiple couriers to fulfil our deliveries, depending on where the appliance is held, this will be confirmed with you via email once we have booked a delivery date for your order.

For appliances that are held outside of the UK or are to be delivered outside of UK mainland, standard delivery will be kerbside only.  These will be brought in especially for you and to ensure the risk of damage is minimized during transportation, the item will be on a pallet.  

We can offer an unpacking / installation service on items brought in from outside of the UK, please contact us for prices and availability of this in your area.

A delivery estimation date will be emailed to the customer for each order placed.

For a question about a specific order, please contact us via email and we will reply as quickly as possible. 


There are two components to total shipping time for orders:

  • Once you place an order, we must process it and contact the shipping company to pick up the order from one of our warehouses.
  • Once the shipping company picks up the order, they must deliver it.

Most orders placed before 12 pm GMT will be processed same day by our warehouse. Orders placed after 12 pm GMT will be processed the next business day.

Time To Ship:
We list the average time it takes products to ship on every product. Some products do ship more quickly than others, due to order volume, inventory status, and the efficiency of the warehouse shipping the product. You will be contacted by the logistic company for your delivery day & time slot.

To track your order please contact us directly, or the courier.

Time In Transit:

From the date of shipment, delivery rarely takes more than 5 - 10 business days to reach its destination. 

Delivery to Northern Ireland / Republic of Ireland: Delivery to these areas will be a kerbside delivery only.  The wine cooler will arrive on a pallet and will need to be signed for.

Installation Service:

Please enquire directly to see whether we offer this service in your area.

Signing for items at time of delivery

It is extremely important to check all items for damage before signing and accepting them. We will not be able to accept any claims for damaged items if you have signed the delivery paperwork and accepted goods.

Please take the following steps:

1. If our delivery team have not already done so, please take the item out of its packaging (do not just look at the packaging)

2.Inspect goods carefully (all the sides, corners and doors if applicable)

3. If there is no damage , accept and sign

4. If there is damage do not accept or sign (you can instead write Delivery refused as item damaged)

Once goods are signed for we cannot be held responsible for any damages and the customer is required to prove to us the damage was there before delivery. 

Please make sure that anyone who might accept a delivery for you understands this, please also make sure the person who is signing for goods on your behalf is over 18 and if its your 'acceptor' you are obliged to make sure they know they have to inspect the goods properly before signing.

Unsuccessful Deliveries:
Customers are responsible for being present for their delivery as freight companies contact customers prior to their delivery day and may advise whether it is an AM/PM delivery. If a delivery fails because there is nobody available to receive it on the day it has been booked or delivery fails for a reason out of our control, then a charge of £100 + VAT will be levied for the failure. The delivery will NOT be rebooked until this charge is paid.

 

View Our Cancellations, Returns & Refund Policy

PEVINO - 220 bottle Built in Wine Cooler P168S-HHSS

Pevino's 220 bottle wine cooler looks great with a stainless steel framed glass door black outer carcass and interior. With a UV protected double glazed door and an integrated lock, this wine cooler will keep your wines safe from UV rays and children.  This unit also has the added benefit of being able to store larger, burgundy and champagne bottles on its shelves without the need to remove any additional shelving.

Solid oak shelves adds something a little different to the standard beech shelving used by most wine cooler manufacturers. combined with LED lighting rails down both sides of the unit makes these units look great.

This unit is designed as a built in wine cooler but can also be utilised as a free standing unit.  If using the appliance as built in wine cooler, be sure to allow enough ventilation space around the sides and not to block the vent at the front.

Additional features and benefits:

- Capacity: 220 Bordeaux bottles with four shelves mounted. 168 with all shelves mounted.

- Reversible Door (double glazed)

- Lock

- Control panel: Computer controlled LCD Touch screen.

- Shelves Solid oak wood on telescopic rails 

- Number of shelves: 14 in total (12 in full depth. 1 display shelf at the top. 1 shelf of 2/3 depth in the bottom)

- Distance between shelves: Room for a Champagne bottle.

- Lighting:   LED rails on both sides in the front. 

- Lighting colour:  White, blue, yellow, purple, green

- Dimmable lighting:  Yes.

 
 Cooling system:

- ZEL compressor with R600a refrigerant.

- Compressor mounted on vibration absorbing rubber.

- Temperature zones: Single

- Temperature range: 5-22°C.

- Internal heating element 

- Carbon Filter

 
Performance and consumption:

- Noise level:  40 dB. 

- Energy class  B. 

- Power consumption  230 kWh/p.a

 
Dimensions:

W x D x H: 595mm x 680mm x 1800mm.

Adjustable feet range height  3 cm.

Weight   95 Kg.

**Supplied with EU plug and adapter

 

Product Specification

Back to top of page to purchase

Freestanding Wine Cabinet: 

Freestanding wine coolers are designed to stand alone and not be built in to any cabinetry at all.  This type of unit requires a minimum of 3-5 inches around the sides, to the rear and above.  This is to allow cool air to circulate correctly but also to allow warm air that has been expelled from the system to escape above.

Freestanding units should never be built into cabinetry as they do not have the necessary parts to create the necessary air flow to enable the cooling process.  If there is a lack of ventilation, the performance of the wine cooler will be hindered and may lead to the sealed system (compressor/condenser/evaporator) to overheat and burst or leak.

Please follow the manufacturers instructions carefully when installing a freestanding wine cabinet.

Built-in / Undercounter Wine Cooler:

A built in wine cooler is designed to sit on the floor but with cabinetry enclosing the unit from all sides, just leaving the door exposed. These units have fans on the under side and a grille to the front, this allows cool air to be drawn in to enable the cooling process. Warm air is expelled via another fan or out of the small gaps in the sides depending on the size of the unit.

It is imperative that this type of units grille to the front is not blocked by the plinth or skirting board.  If you wish to run a plinth along the front of the unit, a grille must be installed in the plinth so that the unit can still draw in cool air.

Built in wine coolers that are narrower, for example 15cm, 30cm and 40cm wine coolers require a minimum of 0.25cm ventilation space around the sides to allow warm air to dissipate out. Failure to allow the necessary breathing space will hinder the units cooling performance and may void the manufacturers warranty.

Built in wine coolers also require a minimum of 1cm of breathing space, to the rear of the unit to allow for the necessary air flow, but also to ensure that the unit is not touching the rear wall/cupboard as this may cause unwanted vibrations.

Here is an example of a built in wine fridges installation: Installation Diagram.

Integrated Wine Cooler:

Integrated wine cabinets are similar to built in wine coolers but are designed to slot into cupboards to create a floating look.

Integrated wine cabinets require that they are not fully enclosed and have ventilation space to the rear of the unit.  A grille must be installed in the plinth and a small duct at the top of the cabinets; this is to allow cool air to enter the system at the back of the wine cooler and warm air to escape above the wine coolers.

Here is an example of a integrated wine fridges installation: Installation Diagram.

Thermoelectric Wine Cooler:

Thermoelectric wine coolers are designed to sit on the floor and should never be built in or integrated to any cabinetry of any kind.  They are the most sensitive to changes in ambient temperatures and any installation that does not allow a lot of ventilation space will drastically hinder the cooling performance.

Ensure there is a minimum of 5-10 inches around all of the sides with this type of wine cooler as they do not have the same cooling components as a compressor driven wine cooler.

If you have any questions, regarding the installation of your wine cooler or which unit you need, please contact us before purchasing.

 

 

We are delighted to offer free shipping on all items to UK Mainland, we also deliver to the areas outside of UK Mainland (Scotland, Wales, Northern Islands) in which we will give you a quotation of delivery costs, if applicable. 

Standard free delivery is to the kerbside only, if you would like your new cabinet unpacking and taking into its new resting place please purchase an additional service.

Shipment and Delivery:

Our wine coolers are brought in from all over Europe. For units that are held in the UK we offer a delivery and unpacking service as standard, to UK mainland only.  We use multiple couriers to fulfil our deliveries, depending on where the appliance is held, this will be confirmed with you via email once we have booked a delivery date for your order.

For appliances that are held outside of the UK or are to be delivered outside of UK mainland, standard delivery will be kerbside only.  These will be brought in especially for you and to ensure the risk of damage is minimized during transportation, the item will be on a pallet.  

We can offer an unpacking / installation service on items brought in from outside of the UK, please contact us for prices and availability of this in your area.

A delivery estimation date will be emailed to the customer for each order placed.

For a question about a specific order, please contact us via email and we will reply as quickly as possible. 


There are two components to total shipping time for orders:

  • Once you place an order, we must process it and contact the shipping company to pick up the order from one of our warehouses.
  • Once the shipping company picks up the order, they must deliver it.

Most orders placed before 12 pm GMT will be processed same day by our warehouse. Orders placed after 12 pm GMT will be processed the next business day.

Time To Ship:
We list the average time it takes products to ship on every product. Some products do ship more quickly than others, due to order volume, inventory status, and the efficiency of the warehouse shipping the product. You will be contacted by the logistic company for your delivery day & time slot.

To track your order please contact us directly, or the courier.

Time In Transit:

From the date of shipment, delivery rarely takes more than 5 - 10 business days to reach its destination. 

Delivery to Northern Ireland / Republic of Ireland: Delivery to these areas will be a kerbside delivery only.  The wine cooler will arrive on a pallet and will need to be signed for.

Installation Service:

Please enquire directly to see whether we offer this service in your area.

Signing for items at time of delivery

It is extremely important to check all items for damage before signing and accepting them. We will not be able to accept any claims for damaged items if you have signed the delivery paperwork and accepted goods.

Please take the following steps:

1. If our delivery team have not already done so, please take the item out of its packaging (do not just look at the packaging)

2.Inspect goods carefully (all the sides, corners and doors if applicable)

3. If there is no damage , accept and sign

4. If there is damage do not accept or sign (you can instead write Delivery refused as item damaged)

Once goods are signed for we cannot be held responsible for any damages and the customer is required to prove to us the damage was there before delivery. 

Please make sure that anyone who might accept a delivery for you understands this, please also make sure the person who is signing for goods on your behalf is over 18 and if its your 'acceptor' you are obliged to make sure they know they have to inspect the goods properly before signing.

Unsuccessful Deliveries:
Customers are responsible for being present for their delivery as freight companies contact customers prior to their delivery day and may advise whether it is an AM/PM delivery. If a delivery fails because there is nobody available to receive it on the day it has been booked or delivery fails for a reason out of our control, then a charge of £100 + VAT will be levied for the failure. The delivery will NOT be rebooked until this charge is paid.

 

View Our Cancellations, Returns & Refund Policy

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