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PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER

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  • Combines portability with affordability
  • Features casters, auto evaporation
  • Three cooling speeds
  • Multi directional airflow
  • Digital timer and tempature
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 70 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000CSIY26
  • Item model number: 2961-1084
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,097,517 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

"A Haier portable air conditioner is the equivalent of having an air conditioner in every room in your home. With these compact, easy-to-transport appliances, you can bring the cool air with you, whether you're cooking in the kitchen or sleeping in the bedroom. The auto-evaporation function eliminates the tedious task of emptying water from the unit, making it simple to own and maintain. It's the perfect way to beat the heat! This portable air conditioner goes where you need it to be! With 6 cooling and fan speeds, this unit's small size does not sacrifice quality.

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Customer Reviews

I spent a lot of time researching which portable air conditioner to buy for my room.
C. Lugo
First of all, you need to install it with the included hardware to your window, which didn't take too much time.
Tim V
I have also read that if the drain pan fills, the condenser is supposed to shut off.
Stephen F. Ford

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

118 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Cassie Hanle on July 10, 2006
Although we have come around to liking this product we were initally disappointed in what was sold as a unit that did not need draining. It does need to be drained or it will automatically shut off after an hour and a half usage. We have it on top of a bowl so that it can drain and thus stay on. It cools the room well but is more work than we expected. Just know what you are buying-an air conditioner that is not self draining!
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74 of 77 people found the following review helpful By F. Denry on August 1, 2006
I got this item at BJ's Wholesale for $279. I bought it because of the dehumidifier function and the self evaporation process advertised. At this price, despite high hopes, I was relatively skeptical on its efficiency and was ready to returned the unit if I was disappointed. I never buy an appliance without checking Consumers Reports but the most recent article, published in June, covered only Windows AC units. If you need to place the unit in its side during transportation to your house, it is advised to wait 24 hours before turning it on to allow the coolant to get back in place. The unit is heavy and you might need help to move upstairs or downstairs. Once on the level you like, the build-in wheels will make moving to the room you choose easy. The flexible hose is relatively frustrating to work with if the space you have is restraint. My bedroom is small and I have a chest of drawers by the window I connected the exhaust system to. It took some time adjusting but with transparent duct tape, it worked well and stayed in place. On AC setting, the machine is adequate and the cooling is thorough. However, what I am most impressed with is the dehumidifier function. This option runs only on medium fan and, despite the heat wave we are experiencing right now in Massachusetts, I haven't had to switch to the AC option! I was sure I would have to do so, eventually. It was close to 100 today and the temperature in the bedroom was at 70. Now, it is nightime, in the low 80's and very humid but the unit, still on dehumidifier function, is reading between 70 and 73. The unit can stop if it needs to be drained but has worked non stop for 5 days, 3 on AC and yesterday and today on dehumidier, so far, without problem.Read more ›
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108 of 115 people found the following review helpful By H. Laser on August 5, 2006
During Calif.'s late July, 2006 record-breaking heat wave, I searched in vain for a local appliance store who had portable a/cs in stock. They were selling them as fast as they got them in and I was sweltering day and night with nothing but a box fan blowing 80f+ air on me. In this part of town, NO ONE rents apartments with air conditoning. "Oh, you get cool ocean breezes here" the building managers say. Yeah, sure, except during the Summer or heat waves.

My apartment's living room where I spend a lot of time has tall sliding
glass windows so it's impossible (and not allowed) to install a window unit.It had to be a portable like this, and until a few years ago these kinds of a/cs couldn't be had for much under $1000.00. A friend surprised me and ordered one of these Haiers as a gift (nice friend!) with UPS Blue second day shipping from J&R in NYC. UPS screwed up and missed the delivery by a day so my generous friend got the nearly $100.00 shipping cost refunded.

Once I received the unit and saw the condition of the outer carton, smashed in on all eight corners, I feared it'd be damaged. Luckily, Haier uses huge styrofoam caps around the a/c inside the carton so the a/c came out of the box in flawless condition.

Setup took about an hour as I read the badly-worded instruction manual and
assembled the exhaust hose / window vent system which consists of a bunch of plastic pieces, some of which have to be screwed together, and a length of five inch diameter rubberized wire-reinforced hose that will stretch and bend to just about any angle or position you need it to go.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By P. Park on February 7, 2008
This unit has cost me a bundle of time and energy. When I first plugged it in and started it, I set the temperature on the unit for 72 when the room temperature was 81 during the hot summer month of June. The room temperature never went below 78 even after 4 hours of having it on in a small 10x12 bedroom. There is something seriously wrong with this unit, but when the service technican contracted by Haier arrived, he declared that there was nothing wrong with the unit after turning it on for a few seconds. The man insisted that it was functioning fine. I concluded that there was something wrong with this technician because he was so quick to jump to the conclusion that there was nothing wrong within seconds of looking at the unit, without even listening to my words. I called Haier again and they said that the service call has not yet been entered into their system so I would have to call again in a few days. Because it is so difficult to talk to a human being when you call the Haier service line, it took me another 5 months to call Haier again. You have to go through a series of voice prompts and if you miss one, you have re-dial them. It is one of the most frustrating experiences I have ever had with any customer service dept. the first time they scheduled a service appointment, no one called me or showed. I had to call them again. As I was walking to run errands, the second service technician showed up without calling me 30 mins in advance as promised by the company. This service tech said that the unit was working fine. I explained to him that the air conditioner never cools the room to its set temperature and he responded that the unit is working "fine." He did not seem to think that the fact that the unit will never cool the room to a temperature anywhere near its set temperature was a problem.
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