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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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?Read more ›
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.
Also they designed the unit so that you can't take the case off to clean/change the filter without a 20-inch phillips-head screwdriver (good luck finding one at Walmart). You can buy one at Amazon for about $10, but honestly, that's unacceptable to design a product so that the user can't easier do routine maintenance themselves.
The drain hose is only a half inch above the floor, so you have to put the unit on a table or something so that it can drip down into a bucket. A very poor design desicion amoung many others.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This unit is awful. I have a TINY studio apartment and it is never cool enough. Now it started shutting down sometimes and won't restart. This is my second summer with it. Read morePublished on May 2, 2012 by TonyO
This unit works as advertised, quiet, efficient and easily installed. Arrived very well packaged that made it sure to get here undamaged.Published on November 2, 2011 by Melvin Shaffer
I just put it into action as the weather turned hot. It works fine. The timer is the best feature.
This portable air conditioner is every thing I want it to be. It cools my house, has no malfunctions of any sort, if it is installed right with proper ventilation it should be... Read morePublished on July 5, 2011 by Joellen Mcburney
I love this product. This is my second SPT Portable Air Conditioner, I also own a 12,000-BTU. This size is perfect for my 2nd floor bedroom and upstairs hallway. Read morePublished on July 4, 2011 by L.Manning
It test out OK but we haven't used it yet. We bought it for emergencies (loss power during hurricanes, etc.)Published on October 5, 2010 by Alexis H. Campbell