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New Breeze 9 Air Conditioner with Remote Control (9000 BTU version not 7000 BTU) - £315.99 @ Wayfair
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New Breeze 9 Air Conditioner with Remote Control (9000 BTU version not 7000 BTU) - £315.99 @ Wayfair

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This Klarstein New Breeze 9 air conditioner gives summer heat the cold shoulder and leaves the high temperatures outside, letting you find a temperature that you can really relax in. Whether is in the office, or at home, cooling is guaranteed. The air conditioner's 2.7kW cooling power allows you to choose your most comfortable temperature between 16 and 30°C, and all at an economic price, thanks to its excellent A energyefficiency rating! For the sake of the environment, the air-conditioning system uses refrigerant R32, which only has a quarter of the greenhouse potential of conventional air-conditioning coolant. A 4-stage adjustable fan distributes the cooled air as a gentle to powerful breeze in the room and brings a fresh air supply to your room. And if you only want to add a slight breeze, just the fan can be turned on, saving energy again. There is a timer, which means you can programme when the conditioner should turn on and off, and the sleep mode gradually reduces the cooling function. All Klarstein New Breeze 9 air conditioning functions can be adjusted either on the touch control panelor by using the remote control. The Klarstein's clear lines and an elegant white casing means that it fits into any living room or working environment's style. All necessary parts, like the exhaust hose and batteries for the remote control, are included in the delivery. The air conditioner also has integrated castors, for easy movement. So regardless of how hot or cold it is, you can remain comfortable inside!
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bigwheels29/04/2020 15:31

15/20p an hour.


Its rated at 1kwh so 15p or less an hour.

I had a Panasonic split unit installed last year in bedroom. Whisper quiet, super cool and amazingly efficient. On quiet mode for 2 hours at bedtime it uses around 0.2-3kwh of electric according to the smart app(has wifi). Cost £1200 installed all in
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Im looking at a 12000BTU unit for £329.98 with a 3 year warranty.
I purchased 2 in the last 2 years and returned them as not as good as my 9000BTU B&Q unit thats 12/14 years old.
It still kicks out 4 degrees c and the new one did no go below 8 degrees c and would not cool the room.
Expensive to run?
I have 7000 BTU which was bought this year (at discounted price of £250). Used it for half a day and here is a short review:
1- It came from Germany so well built like their German kits. They are slow to dispatch though.
2- I ordered black one and that looks ace.
3- Its quiet compared to some other units which I have seen.
4- There is manual draining system and constant draining system (refer to manual).
5- Remote control is decent enough and you can set scheduled times. Turbo function is good (pretty much standard on every aircon).
6- Its not ice cold air like some Japanese cars produce but more like Mer/ BMW aircons.
7- They opened the box and change the wiring to UK plug.
8- I bought directly from klarstein so came with two years warranty.

The only thing they can add is the function of auto rotation of those direction fins.
Never needed air conditioner in the UK with such "hot" summers...
Rimi29/04/2020 16:30

Never needed air conditioner in the UK with such "hot" summers...


As president Trump says, "Thank God for global warming."
bigwheels29/04/2020 15:31

15/20p an hour.


Its rated at 1kwh so 15p or less an hour.

I had a Panasonic split unit installed last year in bedroom. Whisper quiet, super cool and amazingly efficient. On quiet mode for 2 hours at bedtime it uses around 0.2-3kwh of electric according to the smart app(has wifi). Cost £1200 installed all in
I don't understand why dual hose systems are so hard to find. It's way more efficient to draw air from the outside than to steal it from the room you're trying to cool
cjdshaw29/04/2020 18:29

I don't understand why dual hose systems are so hard to find. It's way …I don't understand why dual hose systems are so hard to find. It's way more efficient to draw air from the outside than to steal it from the room you're trying to cool


Yeah it's pretty stupid/inefficient. Split systems are a thing, particularly in the states - I guess for some reason they assume you'll have a professional installation before you get to the point of needing one.

Window units are about as close as you're going to get to it.

If you're brave you can buy self primed split systems that you can technically DIY for about £500
Be aware you are breaking the law (f-gas) by doing a diy install on the split systems you can obtain online. And to be honest these are something way above the usual diy’er skills so wouldn’t advise attempting it as very easy to mess up. Get it done professionally is my advice. Stick to portable units like in OP for diy & occasional use when it’s hot.

Often come up on offer around this time of year for around the £300 mark for a decent unit with remote. Typical bedroom needs 2kw to 2.5kw (7000 to 9000 btu)
Apparently moderately loud at 64dB. Picked one up anyway as last couple of summers have been total hell to sleep at night
jrw29/04/2020 17:46

Its rated at 1kwh so 15p or less an hour. I had a Panasonic split unit …Its rated at 1kwh so 15p or less an hour. I had a Panasonic split unit installed last year in bedroom. Whisper quiet, super cool and amazingly efficient. On quiet mode for 2 hours at bedtime it uses around 0.2-3kwh of electric according to the smart app(has wifi). Cost £1200 installed all in


What company did you use for installation?
Rimi29/04/2020 16:30

Never needed air conditioner in the UK with such "hot" summers...



Got 2 units installed last year, absolute godsend in the summer. Didn't think I would need it until I actually had it...
Anonymouse0130/04/2020 01:18

Got 2 units installed last year, absolute godsend in the summer. Didn't …Got 2 units installed last year, absolute godsend in the summer. Didn't think I would need it until I actually had it...


I’m guessing you got the split ones?
bargains4us30/04/2020 02:06

I’m guessing you got the split ones?


How do you mean split? Sorry I’m not 100% confident on air con terminology
Anonymouse0130/04/2020 02:13

How do you mean split? Sorry I’m not 100% confident on air con terminology


The ones which are mounted on the wall.
bargains4us30/04/2020 02:27

The ones which are mounted on the wall.


Yeah professional installation, got 2 condenser units outside on the wall
bigwheels29/04/2020 15:07

Im looking at a 12000BTU unit for £329.98 with a 3 year warranty.I …Im looking at a 12000BTU unit for £329.98 with a 3 year warranty.I purchased 2 in the last 2 years and returned them as not as good as my 9000BTU B&Q unit thats 12/14 years old.It still kicks out 4 degrees c and the new one did no go below 8 degrees c and would not cool the room.


This one doesn't go below 16c
Anonymouse0130/04/2020 02:28

Yeah professional installation, got 2 condenser units outside on the wall


Nice any particular company you’d recommend?
bargains4us30/04/2020 03:02

Nice any particular company you’d recommend?


Was just a local company based in Essex, can dig out the name can’t remember off top of my head I’m afraid
Anonymouse0130/04/2020 03:18

Was just a local company based in Essex, can dig out the name can’t r …Was just a local company based in Essex, can dig out the name can’t remember off top of my head I’m afraid


What a coincidence I’m based in Essex too!
Dekard9730/04/2020 02:29

This one doesn't go below 16c


I mean the air coming out the front of the unit.
The colder it is the quicker it cools the room.
bargains4us30/04/2020 01:14

What company did you use for installation?



trutemp.co.uk/


Spot on service, comms, everything. Could have had two units run off the compressor unit outside too but the main bulk of cost is the indoor unit. It is only bedroom that I suffer in (rads off and windows open in window type of guy). This only goes down to a setting of 16c but it blasts out cold air and its the reducing of the humidity that is the main thing in warm temps.
Dekard9730/04/2020 02:29

This one doesn't go below 16c



Most (nearly all) AC thermostat settings have 16degC as the lowest. Please remember this is the required target temperature of the room, it’s not the temperature that the airflow leaves the unit. To maintain a room at 16 the air off temperature is usually around 8 to 12degC.
To to be honest setting an AC at 16 is usually far too cold for anyone anyway. Between 18 to 21 is the usual recommended setting for human comfort.

If anyone is interested in proper split systems let me know your area and I will recommend a local installer. Generally start at around £1000 or so for a wall mounted heat pump inverter but price depends on size required and installation requirements like longerpipe work runs etc.
Edited by: "badgerbasher" 30th Apr
jrw29/04/2020 17:46

Its rated at 1kwh so 15p or less an hour. I had a Panasonic split unit …Its rated at 1kwh so 15p or less an hour. I had a Panasonic split unit installed last year in bedroom. Whisper quiet, super cool and amazingly efficient. On quiet mode for 2 hours at bedtime it uses around 0.2-3kwh of electric according to the smart app(has wifi). Cost £1200 installed all in


I had an LG split installed last year also, great cooling and very economical heating, unfortunately the VAT has gone back up to 20% from the 5% of the last few years.
Had this model last year too and disappointed.. won't coll room too 22C on full power where room is 20 square meters.
I'm interested in getting one of these but am a bit worried about the noise. Decibel levels don't mean much to me. Just how noisy are these? Background or noisy enough to prevent sleep?
grayp30/04/2020 09:23

I'm interested in getting one of these but am a bit worried about the …I'm interested in getting one of these but am a bit worried about the noise. Decibel levels don't mean much to me. Just how noisy are these? Background or noisy enough to prevent sleep?


They are noisy. My old one had a night mode which was just about bearable but then the compressor kept kicking in and out waking me up hence having the split system installed.

My Wall mounted unit is around 20db on quiet mode - This Breeze one is 64db.

jrw30/04/2020 09:28

They are noisy. My old one had a night mode which was just about bearable …They are noisy. My old one had a night mode which was just about bearable but then the compressor kept kicking in and out waking me up hence having the split system installed.My Wall mounted unit is around 20db on quiet mode - This Breeze one is 64db.[Image]


Thanks very helpful. I'll give this a miss.
What do you have to do with the exhaust hose?
craig81630/04/2020 09:42

What do you have to do with the exhaust hose?


Put it out of a window or door
I’m looking for a new air conditioning unit as mine packed up last year.

I would recommend installing a ceiling fan/light too as these are so much better and bigger than sticking a regular fan pointing at the bed.
jrw30/04/2020 09:47

Put it out of a window or door


So that will mean leaving window open? Can someone help how these exhaust hose work? Will it mean getting installed by a builder?
horizon-in01/05/2020 01:19

So that will mean leaving window open? Can someone help how these exhaust …So that will mean leaving window open? Can someone help how these exhaust hose work? Will it mean getting installed by a builder?


Yes that's correct hence them not being that efficient. You could core a hole in wall like you would a tumble dryer vent but I would just get a proper split unit like I have done, best investment ever.
appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/i…ner it's £680, and 24,000 BTU
I'm in the process of installing this - it's not complicated; electrical wiring, running tubes through big holes, brackets to the wall, water drain piping etc. anyone competant at DIY should be able to do it.
To conform to the f-gas regs i'm having a qualified man come and connect the pipes and switch it on, he'll charge maybe 50 pounds. But then I can change the room temperature efficiently, full control from my mobile phone from anywhere, and it should heat/cool with the same power as two three-bar fires! The beauty of using it to keep cool in the summer is that I have solar panels - using the sun's power to defeat itself hahahahaha.
Edited by: "jaffacake" 1st May
horizon-in01/05/2020 01:19

So that will mean leaving window open? Can someone help how these exhaust …So that will mean leaving window open? Can someone help how these exhaust hose work? Will it mean getting installed by a builder?



No / Yes.
Ive got this for the door. Works well 10 out of ten from me.

HOOMEE 90x 210CM Zipper Screen Door Seal for Portable Air Conditioner and Tumble Dryer

And this for a window

HOOMEE 400CM Universal Window Seal for Portable Air Conditioner And Tumble Dryer
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