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AEG 9000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner for rooms up to 21 sqm - ChillFlexPro

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A more sustainable solution: The refrigerant used is sustainable R290 gas, which reduces the portable air conditioner's global warming potential (GWP) by 99.

The bundled remote – which takes two AAA batteries – allows you to turn the unit on or off, adjust the temperature, switch between the various modes and fan speeds, set a timer and enable sleep mode. These appliances won't actively lower the temperature in the room in the same way an air conditioning unit can, but they still help a person to feel a lot cooler, as long as you're within the 'breeze' zone. x W47 x D38cm build is also made to feel smaller due to those cleverly rounded edges and the gloss exterior that reflects the light to make it feel less bulky and more unobtrusive in a room. It also comes in handy for when you need to dry your laundry indoors as it helps speed up the process!Plus, there's also the option of a fan mode which is great for when you're on your own and only need a small area of your room cooling quickly. Lifting the unit to take it upstairs is another matter entirely, and one that it's important to factor in if you want to use this unit on the second floor. A more modern solution - The refrigerant used is sustainable R290 gas, which reduces the portable air conditioner's global warming potential (GWP) by 99. Plus, in the case of the AEG Comfort 6000 Portable Air Conditioner, the payoff for some noise is properly icy cold relief from the heat.

It goes without saying that the energy consumption will vary depending on the starting room temperature, selected fan speed settings and modes. However, if you have a larger space to cool then AEG also offers a 12000BTU model that can cool spaces of 24-36m².Plus, theres also the option of a fan mode which doesnt require the need for a hose, so you can wheel it where you need it most, making it ideal for when youre on your own and only need a small area of your room cooling quickly. Overall, if you want a solidly built, quiet(ish), easy-to-use portable air conditioner that can cool rooms down fast, then I think the AEG Comfort 6000 Portable Air Conditioner performs extremely well compared to most.

And, although each button is very slightly raised, a little more differentiation between them and the control panel would be a big help to anyone who is visually impaired. The sleep mode, for instance, never reached above 52dB in my tests, which isn’t much louder than the ambient noise outside my east London flat. It only took 10 minutes of operation for the AEG Comfort 6000 Portable Air Conditioner to have significantly cooled the rooms I tested it in, and it then did a great job of maintaining that temperature. However, this is one of the few air conditioners I could manage to get to sleep with whilst it was on – and I'm a pretty light sleeper, so that's high praise indeed.

As well as keeping your room temperature in check, the air conditioner can functiions as a powerful dehumidifier to remove any excess moisture from the air that could lead to the growth of mould and damp. As well as keeping your room temperature in check, the air conditioner can function as a powerful dehumidifier to remove any excess moisture from the air that could lead to the growth of mould and damp. This has a single Phillips-head screw keeping this in place which needs so to be undone to access the filter. The air conditioner is ready to work straight out of the box and doesnt require any permanent installation, so you can have it up and going in no time at all. However, how 'easy' this is in practice is going to be determined by your level of strength and ability.

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