Table of Contents
- The Best Choice – FORCOOL 9000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner
- Value-for-Money – Icy Air Portable Air Conditioner
- The Cheap Choice – Princess 01.352101.02.001 Portable Air Conditioner
- COSTWAY 5 in 1 Portable Air Conditioner
- EcoAir ARTICA Portable Air Conditioner
- MeacoCool MC10000 Portable Air Conditioner
- BLU12HP Portable Air Conditioner
- Portable Air Conditioners – Buying Guide
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- Chilly Air Conditioner of 9,000 BTU delivers an instant cooling relief for your home or office...
- Natural refrigerant R290, up to 690 times eco-friendlier compared to any other gases. This is the...
- Compact space-saving design with easy-roll omnidirectional casters that helps you move your...
- Expandable exhaust hose that fits to any Standard Slider or Double Hung Window.
- TOP TECHNOLOGY: Premium air conditioner with precision air quality control that provides consistent...
- COOLING FUNCTION: Powerful 12,000 BTU cooling capacity with an Air Filtration system to improve the...
- DEHUMIDIFIER FUNCTION: Use independently of the air conditioning function when the summer months...
- FAN FUNCTION: 3 speed fan and Auto Breeze function selecting the correct fan speed based on the...
- Included components: 1 x RHPAC4002 & 1 x User Manual
Starting our list, we have the Costway 5 in 1 Compact Air Cooler, an affordable air conditioner that is also a Heater, a Humidifier, a Fan, and a Purifier. Reliable and easy to move around, you cannot ask more from such a budget-friendly option.
At a Glance
- Brand: Costway
- Model: EP23664
- Power: 75W
- Weight: 17 lbs
- Dimensions: 15.00 x 11.00 x 29.00 Inches
- Water Tank Capacity: 7L
- Voltage: 220-240V/ 50Hz
- Main Material: PP Plastic
- Heating mode power: 1,000 – 2,000W
- Three Fan Modes:
- Detachable Water Tank
- Special Features:
It Can Be Used as Air Cooler, Heater, Humidifier, Fan, Air Purifier
Ideal for Using in Home, Office, Dormitory etc.
Honeycomb Cooling Pad That Ensures a High Level of Cooling
2 Ice-Crystal Boxes for Better Cooling Performance
Efficient PTC Heater
4 Castor Wheels for Easy Transportation
6-Metre Remote Control (Receiving at a 60-Degree Wide Angle)
Removable, Washable Filter
Design & Features
Weighing no more than 17 lbs, this compact unit can be easily moved around with its castor wheels or carried off to the car, easily fitting most into the boot.
Obviously, the winning characteristic of this model is its combo of various functions, especially the fact that it turns into a heater during the winter and an air conditioner during the summer, as well as a humidifier, fan, and an air purifier; the last one is a great feature for urban areas as well as dormitories and houses with many family members.
Note though that it cools the air using water evaporation, which means that it is not exactly ideal if you have a problem with high humidity in your area during the summer.
Its air purifying mechanism delivers, without requiring much in terms of maintenance since the air filter can be easily removed and washed instead of replaced. It is designed to release anions that are capable of removing airborne pollutants, including dust, pollen and other all sorts of allergens, mould, smoke, as well as unpleasant odours.
Customisation is pretty standard but adequate. You get an 8-hour timer, a swing feature, as well as three different fan modes and speeds; combined all together afford a wide range of cooling that can be easily managed through the LED control panel, which displays all the necessary data, including speed mode and timer option.
The remote control is handy too. The manufacturer claims it has a range of six metres, which is true but only when not obstructed. Still, in most cases, the air conditioner will not be more than 3 or 4 metres away from you. Aside from activating and deactivating the unit, you can also control the timer and its wind settings.
On the downside, note that this model is a bit noisier than most of its most expensive competitors; most people will not find it disturbing, but you should take into consideration. last, this is not a model optimised for energy efficiency.
The Costway 5 in 1 Compact Air Cooler stands out for wrapping up five different functions in a single model – and an amazing price. Note the noise, though, and overall energy consumption.
2. Princess 01.352101.02.001 Portable Air Conditioner – The Cheap Choice
We move up the price scale for a portable air conditioner that prefers to do less, but better. The Princess 352101 Air Conditioner cools down your space, dehumidifies the air and can also be used as a fan, featuring a sleek design and durable construction. Let’s take a closer look.
At a Glance
- Brand: Princess
- Model: 352101
- Weight: 46.9 lbs
- Dimensions: 27 x 13 x 13 inches
- Suitable for Spaces of Up to: 60m3
- Cooling capacity: 7,000 BTU
- Energy efficiency class: A
- Power/ Wattage: 785 watts
- Voltage: 240 volts
- Material: Plastic
- Noise Level: 65 dB
- 3 Modes:
- Special Features:
Cooling, Dehumidifying and Fan Settings
Digital Control Panel
5L water reservoir
Automatic Shut Off
Water Tank Full Indicator
- Included components
5m Ventilation Hose Plus All Necessary Fixtures
Design & Features
Weighing almost 50 lbs, the Princess 352101 Air Conditioner is not exactly light, but it can be easily moved around with its sturdy castor wheels. Still, an elderly or frail person may find it difficult to lift and carry it up or down a staircase.
Dimensions are pretty standard for portable air conditioners of such capabilities, allowing it to easily fit into a car boot or a closet.
As you can see by our buying guide below, one of the most important things in portable air conditioners is the venting apparatus. Princess uses a single-hose for venting and air intake, which is easy to install but makes it more difficult for the unit to cool down a given space.
On the other hand, its motor is powerful enough to cool down an average-sized room rather quickly.
Equipped with a 785-watt mechanism, it will easily cool down a room up to 60m3 – larger than most of its competitors, boasting a 7,000 BTU. In smaller spaces, you feel the cooling effect in a matter of a few minutes, producing an airflow of 320m3/h.
The great thing about its cooling might is that it is combined with decent energy efficiency. Our Princess is certified with an A energy class efficiency and comes with an adjustable thermostat that allows you to set a preferred temperature and rest assured that the machine will automatically shut off or turn on when needed, thus keeping energy consumption to a minimum.
The dehumidifier is pretty strong too, being capable of dehumidifying up to 0.8 litres per hour, with a water tank holding up to 0.5L, alerting you every time it needs emptying.
Customisation is nice too, made easier by the digital display showing all the necessary reading and settings. The fan has two fan speed modes, and aside from the thermostat, you also get a timer, allowing to schedule the operation of the unit and make sure it turns off or activated while asleep or away, thus preparing the room for your coming or minimising energy consumption. You also get a well-responding remote control.
The real problem with our Princess is that it is a bit loud, with a measured noise level of 65dB. To get an idea of how loud that is, take a look at our buying guide below. Still, some people find its humming relaxing and soothing, while others may find it irritating or disturbing, especially during the night.
If you don’t mind its intense humming, this Princess is an excellent pick, offering great cooling power at a more than reasonable price.
MeacoCool has strived during the last years to create more powerful, energy-efficient and quieter portable air conditioners – and the MC10000 is undoubtedly its best effort so far.
At a Glance
- Brand: MeacoCool
- Model: MC10000
- Weight: 53 lbs
- Dimensions: 27.6 x 13.8 x 13.7 inches
- Cooling Capacity: 10,000BTU / 2.93KW
- Power Consumption: 1114 watts
- Noise Level: 53dB in low fan speed
- Energy Rating: A
- 10000 BTU
- Power Supply: 220 – 240V / 50Hz
- Airflow (maximum): 325m³/hour
- Room Size: 18 – 28m²
- Duct Diameter: 15cm / 5.9″
- Duct Length: 1.8m / 71″
- Fan Speeds: 2
- Window Kit
- Moisture Removal: 1.4 litres/hour
- Current (nominal): 5A (maximum)
- Remote Control
- Timer: 24 hours
- Refrigerant: R290 / 200g
- Warranty: 2 Years
Design & Features
Using the new R290 refrigerant, which performs better and is friendlier to the environment, the MC10000 combines air cooling, fanning and dehumidifying, as well as several modes with optimised settings, like the Sleep mode, which lowers the fan speed and noise level while keeping a pleasant temperature inside your room.
Of course, judging from its 10000 BTU, you can instantly tell that power is one of the winning points – but this in only could news because of the A energy efficiency class of the unit, which ensure fast cooling down of rooms up to 28 sqm without bloated utility bills.
The unit comes with a single hose venting apparatus, including a 1.8m long duct for easier installation. The digital display and remote control surely make things even easier, as well as the timer, which lasts 24 hours instead of 8.
Noise levels never got beyond 53 dB, which is pretty amazing for an air conditioner of such might.
The only downside we could possibly find with this unit is its slightly bulky casing. Still, it probably won’t be a problem to fit in most car boots.
If MeacoCool’s intention was to combing cooling power, energy efficiency and quiet operation, they sure nailed it with this model!
4. Icy Air Portable Air Conditioner – Value-for-Money
Moving up the price scale, we get one of the most successful portable air conditioners of the last years, Icy Air. Boasting advanc
ed cooling technology, it reduces the temperature in a steady, natural-like way while consuming surprisingly small amounts of energy.
At a Glance
- Brand: Icy Air
- Weight: 15.4 lbs
- Air Cooler, Humidifier and Air Purifier
- Dimensions: 15.7 x 13.8 x 33.8 inches
- Power: 110W
- Evaporation Rate: up to 450ml/H
- Power supply: 220-240V ~ 50Hz
- Airflow rate: max. 550m³ per hour
- Power cable length: approx. 180 cm
- Designed for Spaces of Up to 50 – 60m3
- Three medium wind speeds
- Maximum Airflow: 800m3/h
- Maximum Wind Speed: 8.8m/s
- Evaporative cooling
- Cooled Exclusively with Fresh Tap Water,
- Water tank capacity: 8 litres
- No Extra Exhaust Venting Hose Required
- Honeycomb evaporation filter
- Warranty: 2 years
Design & Features
An ideal choice for people living in dry climates, the Icy Air portable air conditioner uses an evaporative fan to cool down your space, bringing a strong, cool, moist breeze, which feels pleasantly natural. Since it humidifies air, it is not suitable for areas with high humidity levels.
Lightweight and compact, the Icy Air portable air conditioner comes with a built-in handle and sturdy castor wheels and can be easily moved or carried around even by elderlies. The water tank lock secures the water tank, averting leaks and maximising safety.
Combining an air-purifying mechanism, capable of filtering out pollen, dust and all sorts of allergens from the air you breathe. The wide-angle automatic swing leaves distribute evenly the cooled air into medium-sized rooms, cooling them down in a matter of minutes.
Contrary to the vast majority of air conditioners, Icy Air does not use chemical refrigerants for its compressor. Its Freon-free mechanism is also friendly to the environment.
What is great with this unit, and justifies its price, is the combination of its cooling power with low energy consumption. With a working power of just 110W, Icy Air is much more economical than electric fans, while also humidifying and purifying the air inside your room.
Customisation is a breeze, with three-speed modes and a timer, which allows you to program its function and operation even when you are absent or asleep. A straightforward and easy to use LED control panel enables you to monitor the settings and relevant data. The remote control is nice and responsive too.
Noise is discernible, but whether it can be described as disturbing it depends on the user. 60 dB, as you can see from our buying guide below, is equivalent to the conversation you would hear in a crowded space, like the offices of a business. If you are ok with that, then Icy Air is surely an excellent option.
Icy Air is one of the best portable air conditioners in the market, powerful and easy to use – provided you don’t mind its noise level.
Our next pick is a highly advanced, well-designed and efficient portable unit, which offe
rs its amazing benefits at a higher, yet more than reasonable price.
At a Glance
- Brand: EcoAir
- Model: ARTICA
- Cooling, Fan & Dehumidifier
- Weight: 54 lbs
- Dimensions: 15.5 x 12.4 x 30.3 inches
- 12000 BTU (3.52kW) Cooling and Heating
- Colour: Silver
- Energy Rating (Cooling / Heating): A+
- Material: Plastic
- Power Consumption Cooling / Heating (kWh): 0.9 kWh
- Noise Level Sound Pressure dB (A): 47 / 49 / 51
- Exhaust Pipe (D x L): 140 x 1500 mm
- Operation Temperature between 16°C to 30°C.
- Designed for Rooms of Up to 22m2
- Dehumidifying: Capable of extracting 24 litres per day
- Special Features:
Bucket-less and Self-Evaporating System
Wireless remote control
3 fan speed
Built-in 24 Hours Timer
Low GWP Refrigerant
Comes with 1500mm air vent hose.
Timer (Hours): 24
Moisture Removal: 1 L / Hour
- Included in the Package:
1 x Exhaust Hose Assembly
1 x Remote Control
1 x Bottom Continuous Drainage
- 1-year EcoAir manufacturer warranty.
Design & Features
Mastering a cooling power of 12000 BTU, the EcoAir Apollo is powerful portable air conditioner and heater that will bring the temperature to your room (up to 22m2) to the desired level within a few minutes. It can also be used as a powerful dehumidifier, extracting as much as 24 litres of water in 24 hours.
With an energy efficiency ranking of A+, the EcoAir Apollo is indeed a bit heavy to lift (54 lbs), but its robust castor wheels make things much easier, and its dimensions allow you to fit it in most car boots. Still, a frail elderly would not be able to move it upstairs or downstairs. Note, though, that is cooling self-evaporating system does not require the use of a bucket.
On the other hand, using EcoAir Apollo is simple and effortless for all. It is not just the remote control. Through the LED control panel, it takes but a few seconds to set the desired temperature, pick one of the three fan speeds or one of the modes (Auto Fan, Sleep Mode, Cool Mode, Heat Mode, and Dry Mode), relax and enjoy. You can even choose to direct the airflow either horizontally or vertically for the best possible best cooling effect. Note that instead of the 8-hour timer you get from cheaper models, this one has a 24-hour built-in timer.
A nice addition is the Anti Mildew (X-Fan), which is designed to protect your portable air conditioning by drying the interior, preventing the build-up of mould and its disturbing odour, and prolonging the unit’s lifespan.
One of the best features, though, of the EcoAir Apollo is its quiet operation, measures no more than 51 dB, even when working at full power, which is equivalent to the noise produced by a private conversation!
What we would expect, though, from a unit of this price range is a much better venting apparatus. it is not terrible, that’s for sure, and it does the job it is supposed to, but it could use an upgrade in sealing all the produced warmth inside the venting hose.
Sleek and stylish, advanced, and very powerful, the EcoAir Apollo combines power, effortless use and high energy efficiency with almost silent operation.
Another top-notch pick, the BLU12HP is a single-hose portable air conditioner combines cooling, heating, fan and dehumidifier function, designed to deliver “instant cooling relief” – and indeed it does.
At a Glance
- Brand: BLU
- Model: BLU12HP
- Colour: White
- Weight: 86 lbs
- Dimensions: 15.5 x 16 x 32.3 inches
- Air cooler, Dehumidifier, Fan and Heater
- Noise level: 49 – 53 dB
- Power/ Wattage: 1345 watts
- Energy class: A+
- BLU12HP comes with a hose kit compatible with sash/sliding window.
- Designed for Areas of Up to 30m2
- New R290 Refrigerant (Natural High-Efficiency Gas, Zero Greenhouse Emissions)
- Self-Evaporating System
- Multidirectional Casters
Design & Features
Featuring a sleek design and coming with an easy to install single-hose window kit, BLU12HP is easy to use and move around (whilst being a bit heavy). It has all the usual bells and whistles you would expect from this price range: 24-hour timer, remote control and a LED control panel.
So, let us move on to the more interesting features, one of which is the self-evaporating function: it recycles half of the condensed water and uses it to cool off its interior cooling coils and improve the cooling efficiency of the unit. What remains is vented out with the hot air through the hose. So, not water tank emptying!
Another cool feature is the R290 refrigerant used by the manufacturer. Propane R290 is a natural high-efficiency gas with zero greenhouse emissions, zero toxicity, and a great help for people that want to spend as less energy as possible.
Last but not least, is its silent operation, which is usually below 50 dB (the noise level produced by a private conversation) and scarcely reached 53 dB in the more powerful modes.
BLU12HP offers top-notch air cooling, heating, dehumidifying, and fanning with advanced and environment-friendly energy consumption and almost silent operation.
7. FORCOOL 9000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner – The Best Choice
Being one of the most popular portable air conditioners, Forcool will cool down within 4-5 minutes any room of up to 28 square metres.
At a Glance
- Brand: FORCOOL
- Weight: 48.5
- Dimensions: 12.5 x 12.5 x 29.1 inches
- Operation: Air Cooling, Fan and Dehumidifier
- Power: 2.6 kW/ 9,000 BTU
- Noise Level: 45 – 57 dB
- Energy Class: A
- Rooms: up to 28 sq. metres
- LED Touch Screen
- Wattage: 2000 watts
- Refrigerant: R410
- Temperature: 17℃ – 30℃
- Dehumidifier: 48 litres (per day)
- Multiple fan speeds
- 4 caster wheels
- Cooling: 17℃ – 30℃
- Included in the package
Window installation kit
Install and user manual
Design & Features
Neither light not heavy, Forcool’s portable air conditioner can also be used as a fan and a dehumidifier and can be easily moved around and lifted if required, even by an elderly person.
For an air conditioner of this price range, we should not even be talking about timers, LED control panels and remote controls; all these are a given. Let us talk about the extras.
First of all, instead of just an LED display, you get a touch screen. The cooling power is measured at 9,000 BTU/h, which is more than enough for a small- or mid-sized room. Equipped with a single-hose apparatus for venting, it is equipped with a no-drip air mechanism, which means you do not have to empty a water tank again and again.
So, efficiency should even be apt of our discussion with this unit. Let us talk about noise, which is a problem even with the most sophisticated models. With Forcool’s unit, things are a bit complicated: in some modes, its operation is almost silent, measured at just 45dB, whereas in others we saw measurements reaching as high as 56 dB, which is not very high but it is discernible from the next room.
Forcool’s portable air conditioner is both energy-efficient (energy efficiency class A) and friendly to the environment using R410 as a refrigerant, which is much better for the ozone layer, and proven to absorb and release the heat better than most other refrigerants used in portable air conditioners.
True, is a bit bulky, but Forcool’s portable air condition offers excellent value for every pound of its price tag.
Summer at last! No matter how you love this time of the year, though, the heat can be unbearable, especially in areas with high humidity. And heat is not like cold – you cannot fight it off with a couple of clothes.
Heat also takes a toll on our work performance, wearing us out and irritating us with the excessive perspiration and the sticky skin. In addition, heat can be dangerous to our health, especially for people with cardiovascular problems.
A portable air conditioner can solve the problem without spending much, both on purchasing a standard AC unit and on energy bills. Plus, you can move it around in your space and cool the room you use each time, tailoring it to your needs. Cooling a whole house just for keeping one room cool is not exactly smart.
Still, all these benefits are guaranteed provided you pick the right model. The following tips may prove helpful.
What Should I Consider Before Buying a Portable Air Conditioner?
Decide on your Budget
How much does a portable air conditioner cost?
Most home Portable Air Conditioners cost between units can range from £120 to around £700 (whereas commercial use models can cost as much as £8,000). In most cases, bigger prices do denote better construction, quality, durability, the covered area, energy efficiency and smart features. Some portable air conditioners also work as heaters or dehumidifiers – which always come at a premium.
Still, you are the one that must consider your needs and see which of these characteristics are your priority.
Still, always remember that rule: generally speaking, nowadays, the less you pay to buy a device, the more you will spend to operate it. Air conditioners, both stationary and portable, require a lot of energy, so investing in an energy-efficient unit is always smart.
Another factor is maintenance. All air conditioners contain filters that much be replaced from time to time – at a certain cost. You should know how often you will have to replace the filters in the unit you picked and weigh it before making the purchase. Note that the more frequent the use, the more money will be spent on filters.
Estimate the Size of the Room You Want to Cool Down
This is one is very important: it will be a big disappointment if you find out that your new portable air conditioner cannot cool the room you work or stay in most of the day.
Portable air conditioners can cool a specific area – few would be able to cool an entire house or apartment, and they would be rather expansive. Besides, the wold point of having a portable air conditioner is its capability to move around and cool a specific area of the house.
So, you need to make sure that your unit will indeed be able to cover your needs. The best way to do that is to check the BTU measurement.
BTUs show how strong the unit is – the higher the number, the bigger their might and the room that they can cool.
Some manufacturers have the kindness to make things easier for you by stating the size of the room covered efficiently by the unit – so keep an eye out. But even if they don’t, you can estimate by yourself with the following chart.
|Room Size in square feet||Required BTU’s||Room Size in square feet||Required BTU’s|
|150 sq. ft.||5,000 BTU’s||700 sq. ft.||14,000 BTU’s|
|250 sq. ft.||6,000 BTU’s||1,000 sq. ft.||18,000 BTU’s|
|300 sq. ft.||7,000 BTU’s||1,200 sq. ft.||21,000 BTU’s|
|350 sq. ft.||8,000 BTU’s||1,400 sq. ft.||23,000 BTU’s|
|400 sq. ft.||9,000 BTU’s||1,600 sq. ft.||25,000 BTU’s|
|450 sq. ft.||10,000 BTU’s||1,900 sq. ft.||28,000 BTU’s|
|550 sq. ft.||12,000 BTU’s||2,700 sq. ft.||36,000 BTU’s|
You must also take into account the layout of the room. Barriers, doors and walls always affect the cooling process. The fewer obstructions, the easier the cooling. On the other hand, if the layout is a bit… complicated, then you should probably pick a unit with slightly more BTU’s than those required by the size of the room.
The same applies to possible sources of heat. Is the room exposed to the sun most of the day? Do you have machines or other devices that produce heat, like ovens?
Check the Size and Weight of the Unit
Portable air conditioners should be just that – portable. They should be easy to move around and lift, because, even though all of them come with castor wheels, there will be cases when you will have to carry them to another room.
So check their dimensions and weight. Make sure it is something you or the person you buy it for can manage. If, for example, you want to buy it for your elderly mother, will she be able to move it in another room should the need arise?
If you want to move it to another location, you also have to make sure that it fits into your car.
Verify the Energy Efficiency
As already mentioned, portable air conditioners consume considerable amounts of energy. So, it would be wise to spend a few more pounds and get a unit that will save you energy over the years.
Another great feature energy-wise is, of course, the programmable thermostat, which allows you to set a preferred temperature and thus make sure that the unit does not operate unnecessarily.
Mind the Ventilation
This one is tricky. Stationary air conditioners vent the hot air produced from their motor directly of the house; portable air conditioners will do that inside the room they operate in, thus reducing their cooling efficiency.
Still, some units come with a window venting kit – that is an apparatus that will allow the unit to vent out the heat through a window. Check whether the model that caught your eye has this kind of equipment and make sure it covers your needs. There are of course extension hoses or vent kits, but this would raise the cost.
Ventilation kits come in two types, single- and dual-hose. The former uses a single hose for both venting out and getting air. This system is easier to install and move around, but it forces the device to work harder to achieve the desired temperature, consuming more energy and straining its motor.
The dual-hose is exactly the opposite. It uses different hoses for ventilation and air intake, thus maximising its efficiency and cooling the room down much faster, but it takes more time to install and move around.
So, which one is better? It depends mostly on the size of the room you want to cool down. If it is really big or difficult to cool down (because, for example, of sources of heat), then you should opt for a dual-hose unit. For facilitating installation in different rooms, you could always buy a second vent kit.
Having Problem Sleeping?
Air conditioners produce noise, but some manufacturers have succeeded in significantly reducing it to humming or barely noticeable background noise.
Still, you must not take that for granted for all available models. Check the dB for each model and then compare it to the following chart.
|Decibels||Type Of Sound|
|130||Artillery Fire Close To Your Body|
|120||Jet Engine Close By|
|100||Noise Produced by an Electric Saw|
|90||The noise inside a Moving Truck|
|80||The noise inside a Moving Car|
|70||Average Street Noise|
|60||Conversation Inside a Crowded Place|
|50||The conversation inside a Private Office|
|40||Quiet Room Inside a House|
|30||Usual Noise Inside a Bedroom|
|20||Sound of a Television Program|
Check the Condensation
There are several condensate types, which affect both the efficiency and the usability of the unit.
- Drip air conditioners are designed to deposit the condensate into an internal bucket, which, of course, needs emptying from time to time.
- Partial drip air conditioners are designed to release most of the condensate through the exhaust hose, thus reducing significantly the number of times you need to empty the pan.
- No-drip air conditioners are by far the best since they release all condensate into the air through an auto drain system.
Which Features Should I Look in my New Portable Air Conditioner?
Based on what we said, make sure you check whether it has the following features. They are ranked alphabetically, not based on their importance.
- Auto Drain System
As mentioned, it negates any need it to empty the pan every once in a while.
Not all portable air conditioners have a dehumidifier. When they, do, they remove dampness from the air and help you control humidity levels – which is a problem in many areas of our country.
- Heat + Air Conditioning
Combining both heating and cooling in a single portable device can be very helpful – but, of course, comes at a premium.
- Programmable Thermostat
This is very important for care-free and energy-efficient operation.
- Remote Control
A remote control allows you to operate effortlessly the air conditioner from a distance.
So, now you know all there is to know. Take it into consideration and you will surely make a good pick!