Airforce Climate control split AC units on sale half price at B&Q starting at £103 plus delivery @ B&Q
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Airforce Climate control split AC units on sale half price at B&Q starting at £103 plus delivery @ B&Q

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Found 11th Jun 2009
Looks like this weekend you can save another 15% off these prices from Friday.

The mobile 14000btu split unit is £103

The easyfit split units start at £249 for a 9000btu model

The pro split units start at £199 for 9000btu (needs an engineer to set up)

Delivery is free over £400 spend

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surely, voting hot is an Oxymoron??! :oops: :oops: :thumbsup:

LveSueForever;5461633

surely, voting hot is an Oxymoron??! :oops: :oops: :thumbsup:



NO the more it is voted hot, the more you need it :w00t:

These split level ones are powerful, but they are quite noisy, especially on start up the outside piece can vibrate on the brackets. Gave in and turned mine on yesterday, with the temperature 36 degrees outside, not a day to open the windows. :roll:

Original Poster

Noooooooooo, most of these are climate control units so heat as well as cool

LveSueForever;5461633

surely, voting hot is an Oxymoron??! :oops: :oops: :thumbsup:



very true
the best oxymoron ive heard is at the local pub they gave me a PLASTIC GLASS

how expensive are these to run? i could really do with one in my bedroom at night for an hour or so to keep the temp down, but i suspect this would end up costing me a fortune..

Not expensive to run, but these cheapo ones are rather noisy. So you probably wouldn't want one in your bedroom.

hot from me
we got one of these 2 years ago ,we got the most power full easy to fit split model , it took about 4 hours to fit but you do need to people , the best money i have spent .

They have 15% off this weekend when you spend over £50 as well even on sale stuff, so it could be cheapr

If you use them for heating your room when cool, they are very, very efficient.

In theory for every 1KW of electrical energy in, you might get up to 5KW of heat energy out. (Depending on the make / model etc).

In a nutshell I think it's something like this Say it's 6C outside and you want 20C inside. (The Air Con. process works in reverse and strips the latent heat from the outside and moves it through the (Refrigerant) into the inside where it deposits the latent heat. 1,000 apologies for the terrible explanation!!! But if you want more bedtime reading it's here:-

en.wikipedia.org/wik…ump

I have a split system in my extension and we use it to heat regularly (and occasionally cool). It cost a fair bit more than the B&Q ones (Being a branded one, oh and it had to fitted with the use of a Vac pump), but I guess the DIY ones give fairly similar results. I'm just a bit unsure of the long term quality etc.

The £103 one isn't available in store or online according to the website - the next one up is £199 - Cheaper in Homebase as they got up to 50% off sale on Air Con units

Should this be expired or just voted cold??

Nellster;5479800

how expensive are these to run? i could really do with one in my bedroom … how expensive are these to run? i could really do with one in my bedroom at night for an hour or so to keep the temp down, but i suspect this would end up costing me a fortune..



"high five" :whistling:

There has been no stock of these for a long time

We can not find it on website. Can please post a direct link.

Thanks.

The 9000 btu easy fit air conditioner is now £125 over the weekend - and there are still some around! Picked one up from wednesbury the other day, although think it was the last one there.

They're also going in and out of stock on the website. The 9000 btu easyfit was in stock yesterday, but now out of stock. Although the 12,000 btu wall/floor mount unit is on at £199 (they claim it was originally £799!)

Hi - does anyone know if these easy-fit kits can have the external unit mounted on the roof - like they do in office buildings? Thanking you!
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