Kelvin Duo Wine Monitor

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 The Kelvin Duo monitors the core temperature of your bottle, wherever it is, and uses a simple colour indicator to let you know the perfect time to enjoy your wine. K1 comes pre-programmed with temperature advice for all 10 wine styles (3 Red, 4 White, 2 Sparkling and Rose) and includes adjustment for personal preference and memory functionality .

For most wine drinkers the notion of serving ‘chilled white wines’ and red wines at ‘room temperature’ is a common generalisation, but the reality is that most serve their whites far too cold and their red wines far too warm which significantly affects the wines flavour profile and the drinkers enjoyment. 

The Kelvin Duo wireless wine thermometer has been designed to demystify the process of enjoying your wine with its best possible flavour.

Using a pre-programmed database of all 10 different wine styles and simple to understand colour indication the Kelvin will monitor your wine as it chills in the refrigerator.

Programming the Kelvin Duo could not be simpler, pressing the wine button will navigate the cursor around the circular dial until the desired wine style is selected. the Duo will give advice in the target temperature and start to flash an indicator colour.

Simply attach the USB rechargeable clip to an exposed glass section your bottle and get an accurate reading of the wines temperature. The clip will send accurate temperature date to the receiver base a few times every minute.

The temperature of the wine will be shown on the receiver base.

  • If the LED back light is pulsing Red then the wine is too warm, place the bottle in the fridge to allow the wine to cool.
  • If the LED back light is pulsing Blue then the wine is too cold, place the bottle in a warm room and allow the temperature of the wine to rise.
  • If the LED back light is pulsing Green then the wine is in the target temperature zone and is ready to drink.

When using the Kelvin Duo we suggest that you place the wine in the fridge to cool, allow the display to just turn blue, then take the bottle out of the fridge.  As the temperature increases it will enter the green zone and stay in the ideal temperature zone for the longest time before having to re cool the wine (remember – as a rule all wines need to be chilled, yes even reds!)


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