Thursday, March 11, 2010

Home Portable Air Conditioner: Haier CPRB07XC7 7,000-BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote Control

Home Portable Air Conditioner: Haier CPRB07XC7 7,000-BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote Control

Product Description
With a cooling capacity of 7,000 BTUs, this portable air conditioner helps maintain a comfortable living space during the hot and muggy summer months. The unit's simple-to-use electronic controls include a convenient 24-hour on/off timer--great for cooling the living room right before arriving home from work or for keeping the bedroom at a perfect sleeping temperature then turning off on its own in the morning. Choose from three cool settings and three fan speeds. A handy remote control comes included for changing the settings from across the room.

The A/C unit also offers a dehumidification mode that removes excess moisture from the air, which helps prevent mold from growing on surfaces inside the home. Other highlights include an auto-evaporation function that allows for continuous use without the need to remove collected water, an EnviroClean coil that prevents oxidation and rust, and an ultra-compact size for convenient transport from room to room.

Furthermore, the included window exhaust kit makes it possible to exhaust air out a window--no need to install a vent. The air conditioner measures approximately 17-8/9 by 13 by 24-2/5 inches.

Product Features
    * Auto Evaporation Function
    * Electronic Control with Full Function Remote
    * Heat Pump Heating
    * 3 Cooling and 3 Fan Speeds
    * Easy-Access Air Filter

5-Star Customer Review
"I'm coming up on the second season of hard use. I have it in the bedroom and at night this thing will chill you out. During the day (I work nights) we get full sun and it still keeps you about 73 deg. If temps outside reach 90+ it'll keep you about 75. I use it in conjuction with old central air unit that will keep downstairs nice but once you get above the first floor good luck. This runs almost 24 hours a day during 7 months and all you have to do is vacuum the back (cooling fins) and vacuum the front filter (slides out). You never have to drain (I do after winter sets in). I liked ours so much I bought a second for the 3rd floor. As far as know it's there but like anything else you get used to it and can tune it out. The only bad thing about this is I think the portables are a little more than the window units and don't cool as much but they aren't "portable" and can be rolled into a closet or extra room. The set-up on these is considerably easier also: open window, add insert, duct tape insert into window and you're ready to rock. Another bad is that if you loose the remote or the batteries go (over 2yrs and still good) you can't control the unit without it (temp, fan speed, mode, timer)."


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