SPT WA-9020E 9,000-BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote Control
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- Portable 9,000-BTU air conditioner for rooms up to 250 square feet
- 50-pint dehumidifier; self-evaporating system; 3-1/5-pint water tank
- Digital thermostat with remote control; 2 fan speeds; 10.31 EER
- 62- to 90-degree F thermostat; 12-hour timer; air and carbon filters
- Measures 16 by 16 by 30 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Stay COOL and breathe fresher air with our WA-9020E. Enjoy many cool and comfortable summers with this air conditioner unit. Cooling, dehumidifying and fan features all in one. Powered by9,000btu cooling capacity, it ideally cools an area up to 250sq.ft. Uses new UL required LCDI Leakage Current Detection and Interruption, plug . Self Evaporating technology during the cooling process, water is extracted from the air into the unit. Most of this water is then recycled and used to cool the cooling coils and make it run more efficiently, cooling as well as energy. Exhaust hose installation required and all standard accessories included.
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I replaced this unit with a 6000 BTU window unit by Frigidaire. Even though the Frigidaire is only 2/3 the BTU rating, it makes less than half as much noise and was able to cool my fairly small bedroom from 100+ and humid (we're in the middle of a major heat wave in the Northeast right now) to about 72 degrees in about 90 minutes. Needless to say, the 6000BTU replacement will cost a lot less to run as well. . .
Also, I know some people don't care about this kind of thing, but this Sunpentown AC is just incredibly ugly. From the photo I wasn't really sure if it would look cool and futuristic in person or clunky and overbuilt. Guess what. . . it's the latter! It just looks junky and designed by a twelve-year-old who was trying to draw a Camaro instead of a piece of furniture that's supposed to look fairly decent in your house. Most appallingly, and although it doesn't look so bad in the small photo online, that beige insert for the louvers looks like it came from some twenty-year-old piece of office equipment (remember when everything was the same hideous beige?) and it's totally out of place with the silver/gray plastic used everywhere else.
I had a portable AC by Maytag that lasted about 7 years and worked very well, but this Sunpentown I bought to replace it is a terrible failure in all respects: ugly, the loudest air conditioner I've heard since I was a kid in the 1980s, and it doesn't cool worth a damn.
The only nice thing about the entire experience is that I bought it from Amazon, so it was incredibly easy to return! Thanks, Amazon, for being so freaking awesome. . .
Otherwise, it does cool my room a little longer than usual if it were a little closer to the floor. If someone can tell me where I can find a longer coil to go from unit to window this would make me very happy.
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