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5000 BTU Slimline Portable Air Conditioner was £225 now £150  Homebase
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Best price I've seen in the market, £150 down from £225! Available for home delivery and reserve & collect. Heatwave coming next week....!
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Not much use in the UK.


Agree, not a good idea. It could end up costing you a new roof.

logicalman Better deal?


5000 BTU ... well enough to keep a downstairs cloakroom cold then ...


I took it back after 2 hours. too loud for me

Igenix IG9901 3-in-1 Portable Air Conditioner, 9000BTU £229.99 at Amazon
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Even cheaper than the recent deal at £239.89. Great little air conditioner. Condensate gets evaporated through the vent hose so no need to drain off. I paid £286.99 … Read more
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I have 3 portable units and the Igenix is the quietest. Having said that I do not sleep well with it running due to the noise. I find it best to seal the room as best as you can and run it to cool the room before going to sleep.


Ceiling fan works well, cheap to run and no vent but I guess this is cheap so hot for that.


These are too noisy to sleep. Leave your window open, Squire


Yes, unless sweating like Satan's ball sack is your peferred method of sleeping (y) (devil)


Do you need more than a fan in this country? At home anyway.

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Car Air Conditioning Inspection and Service with Re-Gas at KP MOT Centre £21 @ Groupon (New customers only)
LocalLocalFound 1st JunFound 1st Jun
At KP MOT CENTRE based in Manchester. Cheapest I have seen it in the north west bargain price. While you wait Service too. Call up and book by phone not online.

Good post,welcome to the from me for price..


Sorry I’m new to this first time posting a deal


Great deal but needs to be marked as local really


Call 0161 6374823 to book. Got me in same day when booked in. Not sure what there schedule must be now. Got good reviews online Facebook etc.

9000 BTU/h Air Conditioner £191.94 CPC Farnell
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Currently the best price by a small margin I can find for a new unit of this output. I seem to recall these sold out quickly when the hot weather hit last year, I think they only … Read more

Mine is the Logik 8000 btu. I bought from Currys, they weren't listed on their website and they were tricky to find in the store. Even employees said they didn't think they done them, but I found them tucked away next the exit in Lakeside without any prices on them.


Most units in this price range will make a similar amount of noise, it's a fridge compressor and a strong fan in a small unit, so you can imagine what such a combo sounds like! The noise is definitely intrusive, but not unbearable. I have one right next to my PC and I just wear headphones when it's on. It can be tricky working out who actually makes these, there appear to be 3 or 4 OEMs in China and they just get rebranded and restyled. Of the few I've seen in person, I probably prefer the units made by Midea. They supply units to Electrolux, the 8,000 btu Logik from Currys is a Midea and from the looks of it the Clas Ohlson air con is a Midea too, but they're sold out.


I have a similar one in my office and it’s too noisy most of the time. There are ones that claim to be quieter but not sure how quieter they are.


How unbearable is the noise...? I cant seem to find any alternatives near this price.


Simular one I bought came with a long flat plastic thing which allows you to fit in a window.

Igenix IG9901 9000btu Portable Air Conditioner £239.89 at
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Good price on a compact air conditioning unit. I paid £286.99 for this a month ago. Buy one before the next heatwave when they all sell out.
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£289 now :(


Good price for this unit, especially compared to Amazon. Don't worry about stock, Amazon will just whack the price up to £430 when time comes. That should stop it selling out.


thanks Chuggee





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Slimline Air Conditioning Unit - 5000 BTU - £195 at Homebase
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Just purchased this air con unit from Homebase on offer! Its currently the best price I could find and I've been on the look out ready for the summer. This will be perfect to keep … Read more
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I didnt know that Aldi did an air conditioning unit


Thanks, I'll have a look at this, but, Im in the frame of mind why fix something when its not broke. My old Aldi air conditioner is still terrific, still working away with ice cold air, and for the last 2 days its done nothing but rain, at least the gardens happy. (cheeky) I feel theres al


carnt you take it back. (skeptical)


I could, as it's unused. I'll have to ask (y)


I think I need a 12000+ BTU one for my small office. I have one like this and it just can’t cool the room enough, plus it’s too loud.

ATS Air Conditioning recharge £29.50 via Groupon
Refreshed 23rd MayRefreshed 23rd May
Air conditioning regas at ATS through Groupon. Thought this was a good deal considering the time of year. Hope this helps!
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Glad you had a good experience!


How much is it at Halfords?


I’ve just had mine done this morning with this ATS offer. They did a great job. Took around an hour. Second time I’ve used ATS for AC. Superb experience both times. Now fully charged, no more smells and it has stopped the strange noise I got when I turned AC on and off. Thanks OP for the deal (y)


Haha very true!! Just don't want to support either of the "old firm"


Ok doke. Just saw the dandies badge in your avatar and thought I’d make sure. :D

DIY Car Aircon Recharge £23.53 Dispatched from and sold by Thompsons Ltd - Amazon
31/07/2018Expires on 31/07/2018Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Recharge your cars aircon for a fraction of the garage price... Here is a link for refill hose and guage if you don't already have one, it's £9.99… Read more
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Great question, specialists use a vacuum pump and compressor kit to remove the gas and store it for disposal, you can’t do it yourself. new gas needs to be put in, only after pressure testing. Fluorescent dye is in the new gas so future leaks can be easily found. This system is only to top up after a small leak and it has stop leak in it for repairs to regenerate seals. I am not an expert so anyone is welcome to point out mistakes. Some people think this site is only for deals, but you can also find a lot of great ideas an information. Of course there are some nxbs on here as well.


I personally don’t like groupon but yes ATS tyres do have great deals on air conditioning it’s well worth keeping an eye on when passing.


Might be a stupid question but i have good reason to ask lol... Can you remove the gas from a car and put the same gas back in? Or once the gas is in does it have to go in the air to be removed?


Whats foreign about it.


The price of refrigeration gases is increasing rapidly worldwide.

Portable Air Con - £174.99 @ Maplin
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Bin looking for an air Conditioner unit the pass couple of days, This look like the best price for a 9000 BTU Unit currently.
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I would have switched eastenders off


Wow, amazing deal! Not sure how this escaped my attention! The website showed these as out of stock for a long time, surprised they reappeared at all. I got this exact model last year and it certainly took the edge off but I could've done with an extra one, my house faces south with no shade, so the sun beats down mercilessly all day. With regard to venting it from a typical UK style casement window, I bought a large piece of transparent plastic and cut a hole in it to mount the exhaust hose. I then placed it over the entire window opening. Still musing over the best way to secure it, I might tape it on one side and velcro the other, allowing me to hinge it open to access the window handle. I also found that with the unit upstairs the vibrations from the compressor tend to carry through the wooden floor structure and you can hear it pulsating throughout the house. I bought a thick rubber tile from Homebase to stand it on, which seems to help. This also raises the unit a few cm which allows in situ draining of the condensate. The drain is at floor level, so you would have to move it otherwise. With the machine stood on the tile I am able to slide a frying pan (!) under the drain, the tank seems to contain about 2 litres of water.


Received mine today from delivery via Hermes . Yet to test it.


Mine works well in the sense that it blows out really cold air, but it ain’t half noisy. Had to turn it off while watching TV as it was a distraction during Eastenders. Also, the long thing that you’re meant to connect the exhaust pipe to, to attach to the window, isn’t really right for regular windows, so I need to find a better solution.


Been using this unit the last 2 nights and I have to say i'm really impressed! Our bedroom isn't the biggest in the world (15x16 feet) but it has kept it nice and cool allowing us to sleep right through the night as when it is on it is surprisingly quiet. Even just the fan on it is good and works better on the lowest setting than our previous tower fan. Overall i'm delighted with it!, thanks again OP

Cooler Master MasterAir Pro 4 CPU Air Cooler - £25.47 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Been waiting for a decent cooler to appear. Scan have this for £20 but they want £4 for delivery. Either way both retailers are below most others by about £20 so it seems good to… Read more
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Been like this since Feb. Decent if you are running stock or a tiny overclock. I wouldn't push it to limits without sacrificing noise.


Is this any good for a 8700k? (mildly overclocked)


If you want to use this with ryzen your going to need this :


You're hilarious :')


why would anyone want one of these :/ for that one day in the year?

Streetwize Air Conditioner Cleaner (650ml) - £1.88 @ EuroCarParts
Found 30th Oct 2017Found 30th Oct 2017
Fast acting formula gets to work on the entire A/C system in minutes. Kills most odours present in the air conditioning system caused by bacterial and fungal build-up. Leaves the i… Read more
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this is on back order no stock e mailed me


Original Price Expired. Code that still works: SPOOKY80 brings it down to £3.95




seems they have cotton on price now £6.59 without discount or £3.95 with SPOOKY code


it is showing £3.95 with the code

paw patrol air controller £20 instore @  Tesco Hartlepool.
LocalLocalFound 14th Aug 2017Found 14th Aug 2017
Paw patrol air controller reduced from £44.99 down to £20 at tesco Hartlepool. Currently £40 on most toy websites

Paw Patrol Air Patroller Amazon For £27.99


Thanks managed to buy one today although the ticket price was completely wrong! Bargain for £20 x

Bargain price air-con regas £25 Sandford tyres Ltd stoke on trent [off line deal]
LocalLocalFound 30th Jul 2017Found 30th Jul 2017
Sandford tyres Ltd in stoke-on-trent are having a bargain Introductoryoffer, only £25 inc Vat. Air Con Service and Recharge/Regas. For all cars and vans using R134A refrigerant g… Read more

Bit harsh. Are puns not allowed?


Fanny ! .... That do ya ?


Surely inclusive and including amount to the same thing so...... Why mention? Good Price


Great find, excellent deal.



9000 BTU Wall Mounted Split Air Conditioner £460.98 Collection + £9 Quidco @ Appliances Direct (5 Year Warranty)
Found 22nd Jun 2017Found 22nd Jun 2017
Probably a bit too late for the heatwave but still worth purchasing (efficient heating for winter also). I went for 2x of the dual "easy fit" units for 4 rooms so needed an engine… Read more

Depends on the size of your house and if it is a bungalow ........ Cold air sinks so having one of these downstairs would not cool the upstairs and these generally are good for a single average sized room.


Can one of these be fitted in the hallway to keep the whole house cold?


Saw that, it's a mistake (cal them and they'll confirm). Would be highly unusual for an A/C unit to have no remote (as you wouldn't be able to use it).


Doesn't sound like a nice area to me if you're restricted in what you can buy.


It depends on 2 things. the heating/cooling load of the room in which it's installed (Watts per square meter per difference in indoor and outdoor temperture(delta T) ) 2. The effieciency of the unit at a given delta T. Because temperatures outside vary all the time projections about consumption are given as nominal figures which make assumptions about how long the unit will operate for and at what temperature differentials. These may or may not be figures that reflect your usage scenario in the UK.

Car Air-Con Recharge £28.95 @ ATS Euromaster (Groupon - Up to 43% Off)
Found 19th Jun 2017Found 19th Jun 2017
Choose Between Two Options £28.95 for a car air-con recharge service (40% off) £32.95 for a car air-con recharge service and an anti-bacterial treatment (43% off) Car air-con syst… Read more
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​sadly as with most dealerships they are franchises and as we've experienced standards do differ. My closest dealership's Stratstone in Bradford but I always use Hepworth in Huddersfield as I found them more helpful


I think most people aren't getting the point here. If you need a recharge something is leaking as it's fully sealed. When did you last recharge your fridge. ??? Most folks recharge every few year as it costs a fortune to change seals etc. Most of the time. If it works it works. If it's cold after 5mins it works. If it works after 10mins it works, if you get it recharged at a very reasonable £30 and it doesn't work your car is knackered. If you get it charged and it's cool fast but deteriorates your car has a small gas leak somewhere. It's not hard guys.


Jesus your local Honda dealer must be better than mine. I bought my Honda car 3 year ago, Honda approved used car. They said it had a full Honda service which was complete tosh. It's a good job they are bulletproof. As mine had a 5year old dateatnled oil filter on, and I reckon the rear spark plugs had been changed maybe once in 7year.


You'd probably get a few degrees extra cooling out of it as almost any system slowly loses pressure over time but it won't make a huge difference. Kwik fit might be a good bet for you if they do an offer sometime as they have a guarantee that if it doesn't cool better after an air con recharge you can get your money back.


There's various bits of an aircon system that can harbour bacteria and sometimes it gets smelly. I figured it was worth it for the little extra as it was a car we didn't know but it's very optional. It's serious stuff though, had to give it proper time to clear out with the windows down after picking the car up, it certainly felt like it'd kill unwanted bugs hiding in the system.

9000 BTU/h portable air conditioner unit £219.99 @ Maplin
Found 17th Jun 2017Found 17th Jun 2017
Amazon have increased the price of some air con units over last few days by £100 or so, but this looks like a fantastic price for a 9000 rated unit. I have a 8000 one does the job… Read more
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It's spot on, bargain for £112


any reviews from those who got one


Anyone still linked to this there £112 now in the sale


Neither stocked anymore... A Maplin store around 40 miles away has one in so maybe my local will be restocked soon lol


That that link at farnell posted earlier.

igenix air cooler £71.99 @ Viking Direct
Found 1st Jun 2017Found 1st Jun 2017
air cooler, not air con. wack some ice packs in and should be ok. £1 cheaper at wayfair but ive used viking before so bought from there...
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we have a similar one. We do not use it because we find a fan is better.


personally wouldn't bother. Might as well sick a freezer pack to the back of a cheap desk fan

Groupon Car Air-Con Recharge (£28.95) with Optional Anti-Bacterial Treatment (£32.95) at ATS Euromaster, Multiple Locations
Found 11th May 2017Found 11th May 2017
I've used ATS before for this a few years back, no problems they even gave the car the once over and no issues found (and it's quite an old car) so no upselling. Would do this aga… Read more
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Bit strange as set to receive. Please try again, thanks


Hi Apple-Sam, can't reply to your PM as you need to enable it.


Was sold out last week but back on now


Just seen this


Seems to be £49 at Halfords

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