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Air Conditioning Unit - £149.99 Instore in Aldi on Sunday 24th 2007
Air Conditioning Unit - £149.99 Instore in Aldi on Sunday 24th 2007

Air Conditioning Unit - £149.99 Instore in Aldi on Sunday 24th 2007

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Stay cool even on the hottest days with this sleek, high-quality, mobile unit. Its ideal for most family rooms (up to 24m2 ) either at home or at work.

Power supply (coolness mode): 1300W, 220-240V, 50Hz, 1Ph
9,000 British Thermal Units (BTU)
Energy Class rating: B
24 hour timer
Removable filter for easy cleaning
Dehumidifier function
Accessories kit for proper venting (via window or wall)
What do Air Conditioners do?
Air conditioning systems take heat out of a room and pump it outdoors, leaving the room cooler. The heat leaves the room via an exhaust hose, which goes through a wall or window vent.

How are they powered?
Like any other electrical appliance they simply plug into a power socket. They have a 13-amp fuse.

What size room is this suitable for?
Rating 9,000 BTUs rooms up to 24 square metres.

5 Comments

Not a bed price for a portable unit. Have a look in the Makro Catalogue, they have split units for £199 + VAT. These are much quieter to use and smaller inside and have a higher output (12000 BTU's). I think the offer for these starts next Wednesday (27th June). :thumbsup:

These will sell out in no time. One thing to bear in mind though is that 24 square metres is a pretty small, roughly 10'x10' floor area unless my calculations are way off.

24 square metres is a pretty small, roughly 10'x10' floor area unless my … 24 square metres is a pretty small, roughly 10'x10' floor area unless my calculations are way off



Isn't it more like 16' by 16' ?

24 metres squared = 258 feet squared = 16 x 16 ish

Shengis

. One thing to bear in mind though is that 24 square metres is a pretty … . One thing to bear in mind though is that 24 square metres is a pretty small, roughly 10'x10' floor area unless my calculations are way off.



10' = approx 3m therefore 10'x10' is approx 9 sqm therefore your calcs are well of Shengis old mate !

24sgm would eqate to 12' x 20' roughly.....

elitom

10' = approx 3m therefore 10'x10' is approx 9 sqm therefore your calcs … 10' = approx 3m therefore 10'x10' is approx 9 sqm therefore your calcs are well of Shengis old mate !24sgm would eqate to 12' x 20' roughly.....



I knew somebody would pick up on that lol. Yes I know I used cubed M over the SQ/m quoted BUT in the real word SQ/m is pretty meaningless on these if you want them to really work. I've got an A rated 9000BTU unit and yes it would 'cool' a bigger room but don't expect it to get below 21c. Even at 10x10 they struggle to 18c even though they tend to be rated at 16c;-)
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