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Soleus Air LX-140, 14,000 BTU Evaporative Portable Air Conditioner, 14,200 BTU Heater, Dehumidifier and Fan

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  • 14,000 BTU portable air conditioner and 14,200 BTU heater
  • 60 pint dehumidifier and 3-speed fan in 1
  • Evaporative technology reduces moisture and limits emptying a bucket
  • Programmable digital thermostat
  • Window kit and exhaust hoses included
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  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 23.5 x 35 inches ; 96 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 102 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000HHJ13I
  • Item model number: LX-140
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,791 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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A great choice, this unit offers you a 14,000 BTU portable air conditioner, 14,200 BTU heater, 60 pint dehumidifier, and 3-speed fan in 1 powerful machine. The evaporative technology reduces moisture and limits emptying a bucket. Features a programmable digital thermostat, easy-to-read multi-color display, 24-hour clock timer, LCD remote control and on-board control panel to operate all functions. Includes heavy duty casters for maximum portability and window kit with exhaust hoses. Output 115V (60 Hz), 1390 Watts and 12.5 Amps, with size dimensions 17.5 (W) by 19 (D) by 32.8 (H) inches, weighing 83 pounds. Comes with a 1-year limited warranty.

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Customer Reviews

This one is the most powerful 110volt portable unit there is.
bingo
I called the company and complained and they told me when they recieved the other two units back they would send a third unit.
Charles Coe
Cools really well but the heater function part is amazing, very powerful.
jg

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126 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Davey Williams on July 15, 2007
Updated 6/2012.

Update and RIP: Sadly, in 2011 my Soleus died. The main issue was that the compressor stopped switching on...the fan would blow, but no more cooling. Secondly, the exhaust tubes became brittle and then completely fell apart, unspiraling like some cartoon prop.

The death of the unit prompted me to come in and update the review. I'm knocking the product one star because of how long it lasted. I used it about twenty times per summer over three years, and that's not a great lifespan for a unit that costs this much. Additionally, Soleus still makes machines with the same exhaust hoses, but you can't easily buy replacements (I found some on eBay for $140 per set.) because they're plastic with a metal wire core, they're only going to last so long before cracking and failing. This being the case, I really expect the manufacturer to offer a replacement set for $50 or less.

This is still a good unit for those who have no other alternatives. But in all honesty, any time I used it I found myself brainstorming ways to get something different. Portable ACs are just too huge and costly for the cooling they accomplish, and they don't last long enough. That being said, options are VERY limited in my 2nd story apartment bedroom with weird windows, so another Soleus was ordered.

Original review:

The Soleus LX-140 is actually the third portable AC we had in the household. The fist, a discontinued Hampton Bay model worked well and is still operating in a second bedroom. The next, the Sunpentown WA-1010e, was terrible, could only cool the room by about 4 degrees, and broke after a year.

On to the Soleus.
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80 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Garry Porterfield on January 7, 2009
I paid $600 for Soleus PH4-12R portable a/c + heatpump. I was very happy for about three months, seemed to perform to specs. I even posted a very favorable review.But then it revealed it's true colors.

After about 3 months the blower developed a rubbing or bearing noise, transforming the unit to near intolerable.

After 5 months the unit simply went dead, not even any lights on the controls. Yes, wall outlet has power.

Soleus warranty requires me to ship unit two directions to CA for warranty service. Troublke is, warranty does not cover shipping. After an estimate to pack for shipping = $50, and shipping the 100# unit two directions by UPS for $150 each, my "warranty" repair is $350. They have no service centers except their factory.

If I ship back, I will have invested $950 in this unit which has already proven it has no reliability. And there is no guarantee that they will not find some arcane reason to honor the warranty, despite my outlay for shipping.

The warranty is a complete ripoff since they use no standard national network - a key question when you think a large item has a good warranty. Ask to be sure before purchase.

STAY AWAY FROM SOLEUS!
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Richard E. Hanson on July 11, 2010
Before buying a portable air conditioner, it helps to understand what you can expect and not expect from it. There is no way it will provide the cooling of central air, ductless air or even a really good window unit. I have owned all of these and speak from experience. However, when you move into a condo with all kinds of restrictions about what can be visible from the exterior or constraints on the architectural structure, then the portable is the best answer.

I have owned 4 of these and three different brands. My condo has three separate major spaces, 2 smaller for bedroom suite and office/den. The main living space is larger than the max recommended for any 120 volt unit, and that is where I now have the Soleus LX140.

The two smaller spaces are cooled with GE 10,000 BTU units that I have had for 5 years. HE quit making these units the year after I bought them They are quiet and have held up and keep the spaces in the upper 70s when the ambient temperature is in the mid 90s.

I used to have and Edgestar in the main space. I live in the Seattle area so only need the cooling about 2 months a year, and then not every day. The Edgestar was the worst unit I have ever owned. It was the noisiest unit and it quit in the middle of the second season. I called the manufacturer in Texas and they said it only had a 90 day warranty. They also said they had no service reps in the Pacific NW and couldn't help. After lengthy searching, I found one person who said they fixed them. After spending over $300, it still didn't work. The service tech said he would take it to the shop and return it in "New Condition." That was a year ago and I have never seen him or the unit again.

So I bought the Soleus. I found a dealer in Portland where I knew I could get to if needed.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Shawn on June 20, 2013
Love this unit! Our place is about 800sq-ft, put it in the living room and it cools it and the adjacent kitchen. For our our bed room we simply roll the thing in there, being smaller will cool down much quicker of course. Haven't tried the heater yet but the fan mode alone blows nice and cool. Quiter than expected, and vented properly no condesation build up. If not vented (when brought in bedroom) the holding tank holds a liter and a 1/2 and can be drained in the morning. Love it! Remote such a plus.
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