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Comfee Air Conditioner 7000BTU [28.06.19] £199 @ Lidl in-store
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Comfee Air Conditioner 7000BTU [28.06.19] £199 @ Lidl in-store

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Posted 27th JunAvailable: National

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  • Comfee Air Conditioner
  • Output 7000BTU
  • Energy efficiency class A
  • 755 watts
  • Suitable for room size up to 25m²
  • Size: H70.3, W35.5, D34.5cm
  • Temperature range from 17C – 35C
  • 2 speed settings
  • Noise level 63dB
  • 3 year warranty
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"Suitable for room size up to 25m²" - that's squared. Rooms are cubes. Surely it makes a difference whether your ceiling is 8 feet, sorry 2.4 metres or 4.8 metres Might put one in the garden, then complain it's not keeping it cool
Edited by: "Three_line_whip" 28th Jun
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755 watts per hour = 13.42p
Edited by: "lookout" 28th Jun
lookout28/06/2019 00:15

755 watts per hour = 13.42p


Nice one, £3.22 per day and £96.62 per month based on that.
7000btu is very,very weak.
get at least 8000btu for a small bed room..or a 12000 btu for a small living room.
don't worry too much about electricity consumption.the pros far outweight cons..you won't let them running all day..but if you do,it's roughly £1 extra a day.
Edited by: "koskesh" 28th Jun
Sam02128/06/2019 01:02

Nice one, £3.22 per day and £96.62 per month based on that.


wrong.
Sam02128/06/2019 04:15

Kos nagoo baba, my math is correct LOL.


It shouldn’t constantly use full power. Once the room has cooled it should lower significantly unless you’ve got it in an open room or something.
phoenix02928/06/2019 06:15

It shouldn’t constantly use full power. Once the room has cooled it should …It shouldn’t constantly use full power. Once the room has cooled it should lower significantly unless you’ve got it in an open room or something.


Thanks for the explanation, so it wouldn’t even cost 13.42 per hour. It all depends on the size of the room, ambient temperature and the target. Do you happen to know how much it costs to maintain a temperature once it’s reached it?
Would have been interested but know that this would go out of stock pretty much straight away especially in and around London.

Heat added regardless
"Suitable for room size up to 25m²" - that's squared. Rooms are cubes. Surely it makes a difference whether your ceiling is 8 feet, sorry 2.4 metres or 4.8 metres Might put one in the garden, then complain it's not keeping it cool
Edited by: "Three_line_whip" 28th Jun
lookout28/06/2019 00:15

755 watts per hour = 13.42p


Based on your rates? My day rates are generally much higher then most
phoenix02928/06/2019 06:15

It shouldn’t constantly use full power. Once the room has cooled it should …It shouldn’t constantly use full power. Once the room has cooled it should lower significantly unless you’ve got it in an open room or something.


Room will not likely cool down as much as the cooled air is thrown out the vent tube assuming this is a single pipe design
Edited by: "Krizzo3" 28th Jun
Interesting... has anyone got this? And care to give review....
Edited by: "iz123456789" 28th Jun
reddevilet28/06/2019 10:21

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That video was actually very interesting. Why not just get a split system and feed the tubes out a window instead of making a hole in the wall?
jamesisasecret28/06/2019 08:05

Based on your rates? My day rates are generally much higher then most


Check out lookaftermybills or outfox the market. It's actually not that difficult to switch and sometimes you can even get cashback 👏
Just saw this in Lidl this evening, bought it as I wanted one for my sons bedroom. I already have a 9000btu one in the main bedroom. I set it up and tried it in my front room, it took a little longer than my 9000btu unit but to be honest within 15mins it had taken the room down from 26-27 to 22. For the money it’s pretty good - 3 yr warranty as well. HTH
Three_line_whip28/06/2019 07:58

"Suitable for room size up to 25m²" - that's squared. Rooms are cubes. …"Suitable for room size up to 25m²" - that's squared. Rooms are cubes. Surely it makes a difference whether your ceiling is 8 feet, sorry 2.4 metres or 4.8 metres Might put one in the garden, then complain it's not keeping it cool


rooms aren't cubes generally either, probably not even a cuboid...
room height is fairly standard nowadays - 'up to' is a catch all anyway
just use your common sense if not regular build
Edited by: "brilly" 29th Jun
us_agent201228/06/2019 20:10

Check out lookaftermybills or outfox the market. It's actually not that … Check out lookaftermybills or outfox the market. It's actually not that difficult to switch and sometimes you can even get cashback 👏


I have a complex meter. I can't switch without going onto a different, expensive rate. I have economy 7, but with different evening and weekend rates along with a night rate and separate heater rate. All that along with my day rate!
What’s feedback from those who got it?
Bought one the other day from Newton Abbot, brilliant for medium size room.
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jamesisasecret30/06/2019 12:43

I have a complex meter. I can't switch without going onto a different, …I have a complex meter. I can't switch without going onto a different, expensive rate. I have economy 7, but with different evening and weekend rates along with a night rate and separate heater rate. All that along with my day rate!


We have economy 7 meter aswell but you can still have a single rate tariff as we do. All you do is supply your day and night meter reads and they bill all your usage at the same rate.

We've been doing it for years, no need for a meter change.
7000BTU is about the same as 2kW so, if a 2kW heater is enough to keep you toasty on a cold day, this should be enough to keep you cool in the heat.
Can it be used as just a fan without ac aswell?
Hi I have been looking at the comments about the comfee 7000 and am confused because some said that the unit is only for room size 25 cubic metres but the box states upto 70 cubic metres.Can anyone clarify please
Bought two today, after borrowing a 9000btu unit for a week, these 7000btu just take a longer to cool but I am impressed. I just want it bearable on hot days not after really cool 21/22 celcius is great when it is high twenties outside. Got to reasonably seal outlet window and close doors. I use couple of pieces of white hollow soffit board cut to fit opening n cut 5" hole in it. I will probs make an inlet pipe and fashion a velcro on adapter to feed outside air to it like the more expensive n more efficient two pipe versions.
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