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Sharp CV2-P10SX 10500 Btu Portable Air Conditioner

3.0 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews
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  • Library quiet operation
  • Plasmacluster Ion Technology
  • Dehumidifies 60 pints per day
  • 3 Fan Speeds + Max Cool
  • 12 hour timer

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Sharp CV-2P10SX Portable Air Conditioner CV-2P10SX Air Conditioners

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Product Dimensions 16 x 22 x 32 inches
Item Weight 125 pounds
Shipping Weight 105 pounds
Manufacturer Sharp
ASIN B004IZN5AK
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Item model number CV-2P10SX
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3.0 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #1,673,852 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#608 in Home & Kitchen > Heating, Cooling & Air Quality > Air Conditioners & Accessories > Portable

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After enduring five hot summers in my new place, I finally decided to get a portable room air conditioner to help beat the heat.

After a little bit of searching, I settled upon this Sharp unit. I liked its clean styling and the easy installation diagrams it featured on the outside of the box. The $50 instant rebate offered at the time also helped -- a lot.

The unit comes with various panels to aid in the outside venting installation. The 5" diameter flexible hose seemed kind of g-normous coming out of the box. But its semi-rigid construction has a built in screw-like segmentation - which makes it easy to hand twist the hose into the a) the unit itself and b) into the window adapter - no tools required. How cool is that?

It took me about 20 minutes to install the window adapter and frame into my outside window (with just a bit of drilling and screwing).

But when I turned the unit on - I couldn't believe 1) how quiet the unit was and 2) how really cold the air was coming out of it. Halleluiah!

My two cats watched curiously as I set the unit up. But they both managed to find favorite spots - downwind - which have now become their preferred nesting places during the day. Who says cats are dumb?

The a/c vents on the front seemed small at first. But they open automatically (to help keep the unit clean) - and their limited size - actually helps to increase the speed of the air flow for greater projection.

I've closed the doors to all of my other rooms - to confine the cool air to the kitchen/dining room and living room. I have no idea how close this area comes to the suggested 400 square foot maximum.
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Have you ever purchased something that turned out to be even better than you expected? Of course. Well that's the feeling I have with this quiet and powerful little dynamo. First, rather than repeat the exceptional lead review by Aaryanna, one which echoes my sentiments to a tee, I will add to her exposition by explaining the title of my review. PlasmaClusters! Who knew? Aaryanna had so much to say about the A/C's features she was too tired to talk about the ions. All I wanted was a sturdy and reliable portable A/C for my bedroom. I live in the San Fernando Valley of So. California and right about June 20th to July 1st when the temperature hits 95F for the first time, the daytime temps will seldom dip below 88 again until about, um I don't know, Labor Day. Night temps will mostly stay above 80F and can average 85F for a week at a time. I have a one bedroom apartment with the unit's own built-in wall air-conditioner in the living room only. Last year on the hottest nights I'd set up a three fan series starting at the air-conditioner with a second fan midway to my back bedroom and the final fan around the small corner leading into the bedroom itself. As you might imagine, this jury-rigged little setup was not only inefficient, but required me to run the wall A/C at full blast all night to get even four or five degrees of relief. Not cheap! You can imagine from Aaryanna's review, this A/C marvel is just what the doctor ordered. Now I wonder what took me so long.

What I didn't expect was the patented Sharp Ion Generator. What kind of of little doodad could this be? Fries with that double cheeseburger sir? Just Google Plasmaclusters, wow! This is no gimmick, hence the patent!
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******UPDATE 05/05/2013******

I was pretty happy with the price and how effective it is at cooling the room, but the rattling was really getting to me. This was a refurb for 250.00, so I expected that it may not be perfect. So I took the housing apart to find out why is was soooo noisy. Dismantling was actually very easy. After removing the 2 screws at the bottom front, the front cover slides up and I was able to get to most of the problem area's. All it needed was some new foam buffers where the plastics were touching (very cheap fix).

That probably should have happened at the factory when it was refurbed. For that they loose 1 star.

Still, it is a pretty great unit. I hope I don't need to contact customer support. That looked like it was going to be a pain (automated voice system), I gave up...

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I live northern New Mexico. Summers get into the high 90's for a couple months, it gets to 100 or just above for a few day per year. Our house was built in the late 50's. The AC unit is for the master BR, an old enclosure of a 2 car garage, with old metal casement roll out windows from the 60's.

As far as installation, it might have been easy if I had modern sliding windows, but I don't. The only part of the included window adapters (which seem pretty well made) that I could use, was the vent port. I opted to remove 1 pane of glass (from a six pane window) to fit a piece of plexi glass with a hole cut for the vent port. It worked perfectly. I have the AC unit right under it, with the hose going straight up to it.

There is a good bit of heat generated that goes through the vent hose to the outside which heats the vent hose up considerably.
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