Thursday, March 4, 2010

Home Portable Air Conditioner: Whynter SNO 10,000-BTU Portable Air Conditioner - Stainless Steel

Home Portable Air Conditioner: Whynter SNO 10,000-BTU Portable Air Conditioner - Stainless Steel

Product Description
The SNO Arctica portable air conditioner provides you with a convenient and efficient solution for your air comfort needs. This portable unit is extremely mobile and can be easily set up in almost any indoor location. This portable air conditioner features an auto-restart function meaning if power to the unit is interrupted, the portable air conditioner automatically restarts on the previous settings when power is restored. 

Along with this incredible feature, several others make it the obvious choice for all of your air conditioning needs. These features include: 
  • advanced self-evaporating technology, which uses and recycles moisture collected during cooling process to produce cool air 
  • Easy clean activated carbon filters that collect large dust particles and prevent bacteria build-up 
  • Full thermostatic control (64 - 90 degrees)24 hour programmable timer 
  • Extendable exhaust hose (up to 5 1/2 ft.) 
  • LCDI (Leakage-Current Detection and Interruption) plug 
  • Water tray and extended water tube for continuous drainage 
You will be amazed at the quality of this astounding air conditioner so don't waste another minute of your life without it in your home. Assembly level/degree of difficulty: No Assembly Required. 

Product Features
    * Color: Stainless Steel
    * Size: 31" H x 14" W x 13.8" D
    * Self evaporating design exhausts most or all condensate automatically
    * LCDI (Leakage-Current Detection and Interruption) plug
    * Designed to provide quiet and efficient cooling to any room, with no permanent installation

5-Star Customer Review:
I work from home and have a small server room next to my study. It get extremely warm especially during the summer and the central A/C can seem to handle the heat output of the various devices. So I decided to follow advice I got from a buddy about getting additional cooling power with this Whynter portable air conditioner. First impressions was that it had a nice appeal to it with the stainless steel and "desktop" like shape. It read over the manual briefly and proceeded to get it going. Everything was fairly straightforward. My thermostat showed about 82F just before using the unit and after turning it on it climbed to about 83F for a few minutes before steadily dropping a couple of degrees ever 5-10 mins. All in all it took about 30 mins to get the area down to about 68F. The overal area of the study is about 120 Sqft, but I left the door to my server room open which added about 100Sqft of open area. The temp. in the server room was about 70F which was just fine. I've been running it about 6-8 hrs a day and the one little complaint is that it gets kinda loud when the compressor activates and the fan is on high. I otherwise extremely satisfied with this item. By the way, the remote is a real help, but keep it in a safe place cos it's quite small and easy to misplace.(source)

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