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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Home Depot Deal of the Day: Kegorator - $299 Shipped


via Home Depot.  Today only while supplies last.  Complete Kegorator - $299 Shipped


Check it out here


EDIT: The same (or similar) unit is available at Wal-Mart for $297.  The Home Depot unit ships for free.  Free in store pickup is available for the Wal-Mart unit.  Thanks to the commenter who pointed this out.

Nostalgia Electrics Kegerator Beer Fridge and Dispenser, Black, KRS-2100 - $297 w/ in store pickup



8 comments:

  1. Check out the reviews on the Home Depot site.

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  2. Isn't this the same one that is $297 at Walmart?

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Kegorator-Beer-Dispenser-Mini-Barrel/5679263

    And the reviews aren't very positive.

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  3. Ditto on review fails. Three most recent reviews all point to bad build quality (temperature control and compressor failures)

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  4. Anyone have an idea on how many corny kegs you can fit in this. Would like to modify it and ad a tap or 2

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  5. beware, also, that an earlier review indicates non-standard tap fittings connecting the lines, which could make swapping between various commercial taps and/or homebrew connections more difficult

    still on the fence with this one

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  6. I had a terrible experience with the compressor for this (purchased from Amazon)... In my opinion I would never waste the money and would build one from a better fridge for about the same money or less...

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  7. Ok I to the bait and for it from Wal-Mart. Got it yesterday and put it together. 1st of the gas and liquid lines are not right. To small which would make a good pour hard to do. They put a spring in the tapper so it closes on it's own which causes more resistance and adds to bad pours. The tower is not a standard size setup you can not get adapters to add taps to the tower you need to replace the tower. It's also impossible to take apart the tapper to replace the liquid line.
    It will hold 2 cornie kegs and a C02 tank. It comes with a nice 2.5lb C02 tank a sanke coupler. I plugged it in and it set it to little below middle and the temp dropped to 38 with it being empty.
    I'm going to replace the tower with a standard 3" two tap tower and replace all the gas and liquid lines.
    I would stay its not a perfect device out of the box but it's a $300 device. I looked at some of the reviews and the failures seemed to more with people in warm areas like Texas. I could see this device failing in that heat if was outside or in a garage. Mine will be in a steady environment so I was more willing to take chance.

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    1. Apologize for the horrible wording. I wrote that on a tablet and the auto-correct and word suggestion really screwed up what I typed

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