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LG Electronics LP1014WNR 115-volt Portable Air Conditioner with Remote Control, 10000 BTU
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- 10,000 BTU vented portable air conditioner uses standard 115-volt electrical outlet
- Cools a room up to 300 sq. ft. with dehumidification up to 2.6 pints per hour
- LED display panel with 2 fan speeds and 2 cooling speeds
- Auto-restart saves your settings for when power is restored to the unit
- Easy roll caster wheels allow for easy movement across most floor surfaces
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Room to room, house to house or home to work, LG's LP1014WNR 10,000 BTU 115V portable air conditioner with remote control is the ideal climate-control solution for when you're on the go. With a sleek contemporary design, this free standing unit blends in with any room decor. The auto evaporation system allows for continuous use without removing any water and with the programmable 24-hour on/off timer, you can control the temperature even when you're not there.
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I was a bit afraid of the noise from some of the reviews but it is not bad at all. IT IS AN A/C UNIT witha COMPRESSOR and FAN! It won;t be silent. But it is far from bothersome. We live in AZ. 112 yesterday when we set it up. Took our bedroom from 80 to as cold as we wanted in a couple hours. We have Vaulted ceilings. These should be rated on CUBIC FEET, Not S.F. 300 sf at 13 feet tall is a lot more cooling than 300 s.f. at 8' ceiling.
It worked great and we were able to stay under the covers all night. No need for my white noise machine or the fan. The wife said it was a little loud for her sleeping desires but I know it won't take long to get used to.
Now for the setup. Easy. We have a 5-0 tall window and that is the MAX. But it works. We did not receive enough Weatherstripping. I will have to buy a little more.
The ONLY thing I would change (but it doesn't bother me enough to remove a star) is the Window Kit. They made it so it would fit from 18" to 5' That is awesome. But, I think they should have focused on 30" - 60" and just used a 2 piece sliding setup instead of the 4 piece they use. But it works. Very happy with the unit and finally after 30 summers in AZ we had a 68 degree bedroom at night in the summer. Ahhhhhhhh. Should have done this 29 years ago :-)
Get it... I think you will kick yourself for not doing it sooner
UPDATE 1 Week Later - Too loud for the wife to sleep. I LOVE it, it's cool, it puts me to sleep but she says too loud. I MAY be returning it :-( cuz if momma aint happy, aint nobody happy
As a sidenote, I'm on the third floor of a building, and the hot florida sun hits my roof. The room has a large 10 foot angled ceiling, and no central air coming into it at all. (Its actually an enclosed porch). I'll know more in a couple of weeks on how hard the unit has to work to keep the temp down, but for now I'm happy with the job its doing.
On the noise level-- look, its going to have some noise. I don't think any of these units is going to be quiet when the compressor is running. LG says this is rated at 55 decibels, and so does Honeywell say the same thing. My measurements say 69 decibels on "high" with the compressor running. It's really a tradeoff-- if you get a smaller unit with less BTU's, you might get the decibels down a little, but it also might have to run longer to get things to the coolness you want. To me, the unit sounds like a pool filter if you've ever heard one. Eventually you get used to the "hum" in the background.
If noise is really a concern for you, then you might want to consider a window unit if that is an option.
29 inches tall, about the height of your average computer desk.
Easy setup. Literally had it together in five minutes.
Cold air blows strong, almost instantly.
Control panel on the unit and a remote control included.
Many options including fan/cool/dehumidify.
Noise. If you can't handle 65-69 decibels on "high," its not for you.
* I am using this unit in our office space which is larger about 400 sq ft with vaulted ceiling. This is above the rated capacity of this 10K Btu unit, but the unit is cooling the room well. This room gets direct sun from about 10am to 6pm during the late spring to late summer months. It does a great job of cooling the room - BUT - you must start the unit before the temp goes up in the room. If the room is already pretty warm - as in 75-80 degrees…then the unit will never get the temp very low.
* I am using the vent pipe in a vertically closing window. Set up is easy to do…but the materials provided to put the vent in place are not well suited to the job, but acceptable.
Now for the Bad Points
* The unit when running is Extremely LOUD — There are two settings one is Low and the other High when cooling. As far as I can tell the noise generated is the same regardless of this setting. The noise could be considered White Noise if you are doing work, but we can no longer make phone calls or Skype in our office when the unit is on. Cannot hear other person on phone even when using headphones. This unit, in my opinion would not be suitable for a bedroom.
* As mentioned above the materials included with the A/C to install the heat vent is not suited to installation in a vertically closing window. The plastic pieces do not connect properly to maintain them in place.
So, on balance - the unit cools well, but the noise level is not comfortable if you are in the same room as the unit. Noise is the only major flaw in this A/C unit.