Unitasker Wednesday: Single bottle cellar

Who among us doesn’t have a special bottle of wine waiting for the right moment to be popped open and enjoyed? If you do have that special bottle, how are you storing it? Probably not in its very own climate-controlled storage container! That’s where the Angelshare Single Bottle Cellar comes to your rescue. The single bottle cellar is a temperature and humidity controlled capsule that holds exactly ONE very special bottle of wine.

The product description:

The Angelshare single-bottle cellar that special bottle of wine in its own temperature and humidity controlled time capsule for that special occasion in the future, whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, graduation or other significant event in your life or of those closest to you. 

The compact dimensions and elegant, understated design makes the single-bottle cellar a focal point in any setting and an ideal presentation package to treasure.

If you are in the market for a way to create a focal point out of a bottle of wine, this may be the product for you. Just make sure you have the $475 to drop on this thing.

Thanks to reader Cynthia for bringing this unitasker to our attention. Oh, and we didn’t change any of the wording in the first sentence of the product description … it really reads that way on the website.

**Each week, the Unitasker Wednesday column humorously pokes fun at the unnecessary, single-use items that manage to find their way into our homes.

17 Comments for “Unitasker Wednesday: Single bottle cellar”

  1. posted by Fit Bottomed Girls on

    The price tag made my jaw drop, literally. I will not be treasuring this ideal presentation package. No. No thank you.

  2. posted by Erin N. on

    That horrible writing made my jaw drop. C’mon people.

  3. posted by maxie on

    Just what I need for my $10.00 bottle of wine!

  4. posted by becoming minimalist on

    do they have anything to store my one special peanut butter and jelly sandwich that i am saving for my son when he gets home from school?

  5. posted by Michele on

    I didn’t think it was that bad until I saw the price tag! As I am typing this, there is an ad in the sidebar for a wine refrigerator for $199.

  6. posted by verily on

    For $475, you could get an entire wine refrigerator with lots of fancy temperature controls. Then, you could store lots of special bottles of wine.

    I guess this is intended for the silly wine snob that feels they must show off their über-rare bottle for all to see. Isn’t the glass surrounding the bottle clear by the way? Wouldn’t that invite light in to prematurely age the wine?

  7. posted by Lord Dragon on

    I’m thinking that this and a bottle of good wine could be a wedding present at a ritzy wedding. It’s definitely not something you would buy for yourself.

  8. posted by Catwoman on

    People actually keep a good bottle of wine around for more than 3 hours?

  9. posted by Wobagi on

    No one to defend this thing yet? I’m disappointed. 🙂

  10. posted by Sarah on

    I suppose my refrigerator is worthless, after all.

  11. posted by Gabriel on

    I guess if you’re a millionaire giving a rare bottle of wine, you would look a little silly handing it over in one of those tall, skinny wine gift bags.

    Outside of that single scenario, yes, this is the dumbest thing ever.

  12. posted by Bobyn on

    I’m especially relieved to read that “You can place the cellar at your bedside without anxiety about being bothered.” You never know when you’ll wake up in the middle of the night needing an emergency glass of wine, so it’s key to have a quiet cellar right there next to the bed.

  13. posted by debbie on

    how is this de-cluttering now I have more crap on my kitchen counter.

  14. posted by Cynthia Friedlob, The Thoughtful Consumer on

    Fun to see my Unitasker referral in this post!

    Verily: Fear not! The ad states that “a double-panelled half-smoke glass window is adopted to prevent harmful ultraviolet rays from intruding.”

    becoming minimalist: Alas, it appears that you will have to resort to a far less glamorous plastic Stay Fresh Sandwich Container for only $3.99.

  15. posted by Alex W on

    debbie does not get it. There’s always one.

  16. posted by Chris on

    Beh, wine itself is clutter. Who really neds to save spoiled grape juice that destroys your liver all for the sake of some outdated social custom from back in the days when water was unfit for drinking.

    Skip the wine (and all alcohol) and save lots of money and space and gain quite a bit more.

  17. posted by gypsypacker on

    Harvest season just started, and I’m missing my favorite unitasker–the Dazey Stripper. Dazey has quit making the little beast. It is an electric fruit peeler and had replacement blades. If bushels of apples, pears, etc are waiting to be processed into jars and freezers, it’s the country gal’s best friend, and it would strip the toughest of taters.

    If anyone finds one of these and a stash of blades, I will pay for all plus the shipping. Sincerely, little cut and bloody hands…

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