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AEG ChillFlex Pro 12k Cool Portable Air Conditioner (A++) 64db

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The final outlet is the one at the very bottom of the appliance near where the power cable enters the appliance. As well as keeping your room temperature in check, the air conditioner can function as a powerful dehumidifier to remove any excess moisture from the air that could lead to the growth of mould and damp. Protect your Air Conditioner against the cost and hassle of unexpected failure and give yourself some added peace of mind with one of our great value extended warranties!

We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners, who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to them.Thanks to its compact design, the ChillFlex Pro AXP35U538CW is easy to install and fits neatly into any space. A BTU (British Thermal Unit) is a rating used to determine the heating or in the case of an Air Conditioner the cooling capacity of an appliance. Depending on your budget, you might find better-value PACs if you look elsewhere, especially if you only need to cool a small or medium-sized bedroom or living room. If you’re stuck at home during the lockdown and sorely missing the office air-con, then a portable air conditioner such as the AEG Chillflex Pro is the next best thing.

It boasts a cooling capacity of 12,000 BTUs, making it suitable for use in rooms up to 35 square meters. I didn’t have a 90m³ space available, but I tested the 12,000 BTU Chillflex Pro in two rooms; one measuring roughly 14m³ and another at 56m³. With a maximum quoted noise level of 64dB, the AEG Chillflex Pro is about as loud as any other portable air conditioner on the market. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. It has an impressive 1000 Watt power output, so you’ll can quickly cool down when the sun pops its head out.

Finally, the AEG Chillflex Pro AXP35U538CW is also energy-efficient, ensuring that you can save money on your electricity bills while still enjoying cool air in your home. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. We received the AXP26U338CW model for testing, which has a rated BTU (British Thermal Unit) of 12,000. The output temperature, as well as the three various fan speeds, can manually be adjusted between 16 and 32 degrees or you can rely on the unit’s Auto mode, which adjusts the output depending on the starting temperature. When P1 shows on the display on the air conditioner this is where the appliance would need to be drained from.

Weighing between 31kg and 34kg, the AEG Chillflex Pro is among the heaviest air conditioners we’ve tested – somewhat stretching the definition of portable – as well as one of the largest, but can be moved on its caster wheels without too much effort.

This is used with the clear pipe that comes with the appliance and can be used to drain into a container.

Plus, theres also the option of a fan mode which doesnt require the need for a hose, so you can wheel it where you need it most, making it ideal for when youre on your own and only need a small area of your room cooling quickly. Its a breeze to set up, you just plug the unit in and vent the provided hose out of a nearby window or door. The digital control panel and LED display makes for quick and easy selection of the functions, fan speeds and temperature settings. If you have solar panels however then you can take advantage of the heat in two ways powering vi's renewable energy.Pay in 3 is a form of credit, may not be suitable for everyone and use may affect your credit score.

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