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12-500 Btu Water-to-air Portable Air Conditioner

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  • 12-500 BTU maximum power operating on water
  • 10-500 BTU normal power operating on air
  • 11-500 BTU boost function operating on air
  • Operates on water for maximum power up to 12 hours
  • Operates on air when only normal cooling is required
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Delonghi Pinguino PAC-WE125 Portable Air Conditioner PAC-WE125 Air Conditioners

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 19.6 x 37.9 inches ; 107 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 90.5 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004Y7BAE0
  • Item model number: PAC-WE125
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,028,478 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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This is a great product in the low satisfaction arena of portable, in-room air conditioners. Most air units like this have tiny drainage tanks within them that fill with condensate (created during cooling of the air that flies past the refrigerant coils). In some models like Whynter, the upper tank holds 2 or so liters then overflows into a bottom tray, where a lift-sensor will detect the spillage and shut down the cooling until the water dries up (!) or you empty the [upper] tank manually. (If this stoppage happened to me, I'd better do the lower tray too!) Or, you plumb in a drainage hose to the upper tank and fill dozens of 3-gallon water bottles with distilled type water for you to recycle elsewhere. Welcome to dry drought in western U.S.A. This is one of those lemonade situations we Americans adapt to daily.

But for years, the geniuses at Italian designer deLonghi have figured out that they could drip or, later, atomize and spray, the condensate water onto the hot side of the refrigerator coils and thus increase efficiency, simultaneously eliminate the water as steam heat, and cut power use, all at the same time. This model WE-125 is one of the later models that has the more refined version of this tech. This model claims to cool normally at about 11,000 BTU with a short time "turbo" boost that adds another 1000 BTU or so. Then you can fill water into the water tank and add to the water cooling efficiency to achieve up to 12,500 - 13,000 BTU of DRY cooling power. The tank consists of a drawer on rollers that occupies the bottom 6.5" of cabinet. Small, narrow, metal caster wheels add another inch of height. So overall the cabinet stands about 36" tall. The unique cooling system with atomized water spray really makes a remarkable difference in cooling and comfort.
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