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This item: Quirky + GE Aros Smart Window Air Conditioner
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|Dimensions||14 inches x 25 inches x 18 inches||12 inches x 15 inches x 16 inches||13.4 inches x 15.5 inches x 18.5 inches||13.4 inches x 18.5 inches x 15.5 inches|
Part of the Quirky + GE collection of smart products, Aros is an app-enabled air conditioning unit that reacts to its surroundings to save you Time, Energy & Money
Dumb window A/C units only give you two options: Leave the air on all day — while burning expensive electricity — or come home to nasty, stuffy summer heat. But not Aros; because Aros is smart. Part of the Quirky + GE collection of connected products, Aros gathers information about your budget, location, schedule, and usage. It learns from this data over time to automatically maintain the perfect temperature and maximize savings for your home. Using the Wink app on your mobile device, you can monitor, program, and control Aros from anywhere.
Aros's sleek, modern design allows for upward airflow, which increases circulation; its flat, touch-capacitive sensors let you switch between three cooling modes and three fan speeds discreetly; and retractable fabric wings ensure a proper fit in your window. No doubt about it, Aros is sure to be the best looking A/C on the block.
Tracks your usage so you can adjust settings to save on energy costs
Learns from your patterns to cool when you need it, not when you don't
Turns on and off based on your smartphone's GPS settings
Garthen spent years helping to cut costs and conserve resources at the Department of Energy, but it was his own dysfunctional air conditioner that sparked the idea for Aros. So he dreamt of a smarter air conditioner, then 2,238 community members on Quirky.com helped him make Aros a reality. As you might expect, Garthen is one cool guy. He's decorated with degrees, is active in Big Brothers Big Sisters, loves international travel, and boasts a mean coin collection.
Had it for 3 months then dead and the company has declared bankruptcyPublished 8 days ago by Fieropunk
you know i read reviews before i purchase something and all of the negative ones on this a/c are just rediculous
this is an awesome window unit with a very easy way to control... Read more
PROs: It looks good and you can control it from your phone
CONs: It's super loud, like I have to turn it off to watch movies on my laptop. Read more
This is a TERRIBLE air conditioner. Do NOT get sucked in by the internet-connected hype. I bought two, installed them happily, and then had to uninstall, return, and bought two... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Damon A Carter
I should have listened to the reviews.
But I wanted an ac I could program and control from my smartphone.
Easy to set up. Read more
FIRST - I live in LA and we are having the worst heat wave. This was the lowest price 6,000 BTU ac (I am broke so always looking for a deal). Read morePublished 24 days ago by Jon
Love my quirky AC. I'm in IT and still the remote (iPhone app) is a bit daunting. AC works great. I would agree the fan is a bit loud. Read morePublished 27 days ago by LANShark
I would like to start by saying that this is for the most part a good A/C. It actually cools better then the others I have had before. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Starfixer