In physics there is a nice sentence: no energy is lost (law of conservation of energy). We don't want to bore you with physics trivia - on the contrary, the Sensorbottle also consumes electrical energy. In our case, this primarily turns into heat and some light for the display. Now you might think that this is very little energy. This is essentially true. In normal operation, it is about 0.8 watts/h. Still sounds little? It is. But, for example, even a small LED with 1W gets quite hot during continuous operation.
Ouch. Over the weekend, what had to happen at some point despite all the situational efforts in my wine cellar happened: when opening a good bottle of red wine on Saturday evening, the cork broke.
For a good aging of the wine, besides the quality, the storage conditions are crucial. An unsuitable wine does not become more storable through good storage. However, an excellent wine that is suitable for storage can lose everything that makes it special in a very short time due to the wrong storage.