Danby Premiere DPAC12012P 12000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner
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|Cooling power||12000 British Thermal Units|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||15.93 x 16.31 x 29.18 inches|
|Floor Area||500 Square Feet|
|Item Weight||77 Pounds|
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- R-410A Refrigerant
- 54 Pint Capacity Dehumidifier
- 3 Fan Speeds
- Automatic On/Off
- Integrated Remote
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It's rare that I find something that's worth the money. Considering the electric savings, the area covered, how quiet it is, portability, and the ability to sleep soundly, this is worth every penny. I clean it cosmetically yearly as I consider a true possession. If you have done your research and can afford it, I really believe that you will be happy with it.
- Works quickly
- Easy to install (really easy)
- Comes with a remote!
- Drain hose connection is weak (and leaked on several occasions... all over the floor)
The drain hose is really long and since it was leaking we easily fixed the problem by cutting the hose down to a couple inches and putting a shallow dish behind the unit. This way the hose points down and reduces the chance of any leakage and so far it's worked.
I live in WI so this unit was used maybe a week to a couple weeks at a time during the summer. Thoroughly cleaned before and after use.
I left the unit running day and night for 5 days. With no better results than 81f during late afternoon, 78f at night early in the morning (3am) and 83 during midday sun. These results are in a insulated house built in 2001 in Orlando fl. The unit was used in july during the hottest days of the month.
I suspect the unit could cool a very small room, but not a 500 sq ft room. I works great as a dehumidifier with the external hose since it can fill a pint of water within a couple of hours. The ac work well as a supplementary unit in areas where the existing ac is no performing well.
I am returning the unit since it cannot cool my garage, my posterior use for the unit. The portable a/c made my despair nights somewhat better but by no means comfortable.
The price of $500 that I'm currently seeing on this product is quite ridiculous, you could buy a more modern ac unit with more BTU for that price, but should that cost go down to something reasonable/competitive I highly recommend this item! Also you can still buy parts for it, I just checked.