B&Q 9000 BTU Mobile Air Conditioner Silver Effect for just £80.00 - HotUKDeals
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Picked this up today and instore it said from £199.00 to just £80.00. Get it now for next summer.

Product Description: Easy to use electronic touch control panel portable air conditioner with remote control. It can be easily moved around the home.

Product Features: Width (mm): 435 * Depth (mm): 430 * Height (mm): 770 * Brand: B&Q * Colour: Silver effect * Remote Control: Yes * WEEE Requirements:Household Appliances * Energy Efficiency: B * Speed Settings: 3 * Product Type: Mobile Units * Cooling Capacity: 25m3 * Style: Mobile

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12 hour timer * Electronic touch control panel with cooling/dehumidify/fan functions. * Airflow 320m3/h. * Easy to clean dust filter * Fully mobile with fitted castors * Supplied with 1.5m hose & accessories
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#1
Energy Efficiency: B - This is bad. I picked up a grade A one for similar money. Let's minimise damage to mother earth...
#2
Blanco
Energy Efficiency: B - This is [COLOR="Red"]bad[/COLOR][COLOR="Lime"]??[/COLOR]. I picked up a grade A one for similar money. Let's minimise damage to mother earth...


Just a point worthy of note:
Appliances are rated A to G. Whilst a 'B' rating is not as efficient as an 'A' it can hardly be considered "bad".
#3
Ento
Just a point worthy of note:
Appliances are rated A to G. Whilst a 'B' rating is not as efficient as an 'A' it can hardly be considered "bad".


Well said. The difference between an 'A rated one and a 'B rated one is probably something like 50p for the year (of average use). This is an absolute bargain. HOT HOT HOT!!!!
#4
Ento
Just a point worthy of note:
Appliances are rated A to G. Whilst a 'B' rating is not as efficient as an 'A' it can hardly be considered "bad".

Right, but it can't be considered very good either :thumbsup:
#5
Foxy102
Well said. The difference between an 'A rated one and a 'B rated one is probably something like 50p for the year (of average use). This is an absolute bargain. HOT HOT HOT!!!!

A penny saved is a penny earned.
#6
Blanco
Energy Efficiency: B - This is bad. I picked up a grade A one for similar money. Let's minimise damage to mother earth...


How about some details then?
#7
open a window :thumbsup: save you 80 pounds save the worlds unrenuable resources:p
#8
Just do what i did 2 years ago i think
the realy hot summer

went and got one at the start of summer

and took it back for a refund at the end of summer


cheers b&q :p
#9
aunkon
How about some details then?

Grade A and Brade B etc is all relative to the exact appliance, not relative to other electrical items. A/C's use many KW's of energy in the first place.
#10
Blanco
Right, but it can't be considered very good either :thumbsup:

Eh?? it's above average. If you consider 'A' to be better than 'B' and 'A' is "very good" then, in my book (given the aforementioned A to G scale), 'B' is therefore at least "good". Therefore you're "bad" rating is undeniably incorrect.
(Is this really worth my effort/energy though ?) :roll:
#11
Ento
Eh?? it's above average. If you consider 'A' to be better than 'B' and 'A' is "very good" then, in my book (given the aforementioned A to G scale), 'B' is therefore at least "good". Therefore you're "bad" rating is undeniably incorrect.
(Is this really worth my effort though ?) :roll:

I meant "bad" relative to grade A- add on another 8% power consumption for grade B.
#12
This is the air-con which was in the Going Going Gone sale at the end of last month, thread of which this air con was discussed http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=903051
Funny it seems they're not going going at all :giggle:
#13
arlow11
open a window :thumbsup: save you 80 pounds save the worlds unrenuable resources:p


Nah, don't do that, I'll be out of a job!.....so will a few others, we must devoutly supply the world with its insatiable appetite for Energy! :-D
#14
I have 2 air con units, didn't even plug them in this summer as it s the worst summer I can remember
#15
paul.jacobs
I have 2 air con units, didn't even plug them in this summer as it s the worst summer I can remember


Funnily enough, we have a mobile aircon unit and it's not even been connected this summer either...
#16
NSA
Funnily enough, we have a mobile aircon unit and it's not even been connected this summer either...

Does anyone know what next summer will be like?:p
#17
Quaver
Does anyone know what next summer will be like?


Fair to middling
#18
thespacecowboy
Fair to middling

Surely we'll get summer next year? What's happened to global warming?:whistling:
#19
Quaver
Surely we'll get summer next year? What's happened to global warming?:whistling:

It's been replaced by global wetting!:giggle:
banned#20
global cooling (wetting) is when pollution keeps the earth cooler by bouncing radation back out to space, hence by cutting pollution the earth actually gets warmer. This was best demonstrated on 9/11 when all aircraft were grounded. Haven't got the figures to hand though.
#21
ODonnyBoy
It's been replaced by global wetting!:giggle:

:prop:

Seriously, if next summer is going to be hot, now is really good time to buy air conditioners - just after the disappointing summer:thumbsup:
#22
I work at B&Q and at our Decor department we have these for our own use and we've had nothing but problems with it. I was very close to buying one with my Staff discount but after seeing it in action for the past 3 months it quickly swayed my decisions. It kept leaking, refusing to work at times etc.

The 14k BTU ones are better but they're also £150.
#23
Quaver
Does anyone know what next summer will be like?:p

hot thanks to global warming if we all turn the air con we buy from b&q :whistling:
#24
Are these any good in the winter to remove moisture from the air and reduce condensation?
#25
I bought one of these during the going-going-gone sale and I recommend them.

Keeps my conservatory very cool thanks!
#26
Do you know if thes eheat as well as cool? After one for a conservatory that gets hot in summer and cold in winter.
#27
Pretty sure it's got no heat option, just a humidifier.
#28
blahblah
Are these any good in the winter to remove moisture from the air and reduce condensation?
#29
you will need to get a de-humidifier, i got one from argos and its great evan with lots of washing drying in the house still no moisture on windows.
#30
No heat option but does DE-humdify ( I have one)
#31
hope summer comes next year. ive had one of these in my shed and never even had to take it out this year as we never had a summer.

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