Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 14reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sassy54321 Great Air Conditioner for the Cost I purchased this a/c for my entire apartment. It cools very, very well! My apartment is somewhat small and I keep the bedroom door closed during the day; open it an hour or so before bed and turn on a fan in the br doorway. This a/c is almost perfect! The only issue I have had with it is when I run it in Energy Saver mode. It worked for about a month or so, then it would run a few minutes, shut off and not start up again. I run it in normal cool mode and it works wonderfully! I would strongly recommend this air conditioner to anyone that needs to cool a very large room or two, or if your apartment is small, it will do the whole place very nicely. And the cost of running it has been surprisingly low! I run it constantly, day and night, and was pleasantly surprised by my last electric bill - especially with how hot and extremely humid it has been this summer. 08/21/2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by WILLPOWER14 Great air conditioner but expensive This was my choice after looking all around stores and the internet, it has all the features I was looking for and the temperture sensing remote was a great bonus. It was not cheap but I think overall it is quite a good air conditioner. 06/30/2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by goldrsh Excellent Air Conditioner! Works great, very pleased overall. My only complaint is that one needs to purchase a "wall sleeve" in order to install this "through the wall" unit and nowhere does it warn you of that. I picked it up at my local store, started reading the installation instructions, and realized the "sleeve" was NOT INCLUDED WITH THE UNIT. To make matters worse, Walmart.com didn't even show that one was available, so I purchased it from Amazon.com...other than that, the item works very well so far...but remember that a "through the wall air conditioner" needs a wall sleeve...! 08/05/2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by ancientmarinerdlc Cool air conditioners! (Groan) I recently purchased both this Frigidaire 12,000-BTU and the Frigidaire 8000-BTU through the wall units from Walmart for a home office and bedroom respectively. The larger unit cools the entire upstairs including my office, TV room; large bathroom and sunken tub area; an open but separate dining room, living room, and kitchen. Sometimes we add the 8000-BTU bedroom unit to the mix if it's really hot outside.The 8000-BTU model is fine for a comfortable sized bedroom. We rarely need to run the fan on high.Both have identical remotes that I originally didn't think I'd need or use. They have many useful features and settings, and after living with them a while I wouldn't do without them. The small remote units control on/off, temperature setting with an LED display on the air conditioner, sleep setting that starts with your initial setting and moves up two degrees over a set period of time and holds that temperature for seven hours, a filter reset indicator, three fan speed settings, operating modes (cool, energy saver, fan only) -- all of these controls are duplicated on the unit itself, but I haven't touched any of them, relying entirely on the remotes.These two air conditioners are attractive units, in white, that look like twins and will make a good appearance where ever they are installed.I had help installing them -- help in the sense that I went out for some needed caulk and looked in on the process occasionally, but it went well using the two existing wall sleeves for two very old 5000 and 8000 BTU buckets that we're well rid of -- they did give us a dozen good years. It took two capable jacks-of-all-trades a couple of hours to install both.It's easy to recommend either or both of these air conditioners separately or together. 07/28/2011