Having a nice, cool house is always a priority once the hot, humid days of summer show up on your doorstep. This can easily be done with this 10,000 BTU air conditioner which can cool down spaces up to approximately 450 square feet in size. This air conditioner is ENERGY STAR rated and comes with a 24-hour programmable timer, sleep mode, and energy saver switch to reduce overall operating costs. To help maximize cooling, this unit comes with 4-way air direction, a 3-speed fan, and its wireless connect feature to allow you to control your AC from anywhere easily.
- 10,000 BTU's cools space up to 450 square feet
- R32 Refrigerant: Environmentally friendly, R32 's GWP (Global Warming Potential) is 3x lower than R410a
- ENERGY STAR compliant
- Digital control with shine through display and remote control
- Wireless Connect: Easily control your unit from anywhere with the wireless connect feature
- A powerful 3 cool, 3 fan speed circulates the air
- 4-way air direction
- Convenient 24 hour programmable timer
- Auto Restart: the unit automatically restarts after a power failure
- Sleep mode: prevents the room from getting too cold while you sleep
- Energy Saver Switch: cycles the fan on and off to reduce energy consumption
- Reusable, washable air filter
- Warranty: 24 month in-home
Window/wall Air Conditioner
Energy Star Rated:
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