I ordered this item online and picked up in store. The unit was not too heavy for me to lift on my own and I was able unpack and install this item into my 2nd floor bedroom without assistance. The unit cools an upstairs bedroom sufficiently; the sleep function is a nice added bonus.
Arctic King Artic King 6,000btu Remote Ac, Es
In stock at San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
About This Item
Products that are ENERGY STAR-qualified prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. The ENERGY STAR name and marks are registered marks owned by the U.S. government, as part of their energy efficiency and environmental activities.
Arctic King 6,000 BTU Remote Control Cool Window Air Conditioner, White:
- Cools rooms up to 250 sq ft
- ENERGY STAR-qualified
- Eco-friendly refrigerant r410a
- This remote control window air conditioner features a digital LED display
- 3 cool and 3 fan speeds
- Check filter remind
- 4-way air direction
- Sleep mode
- 24-hour timer on/off
- Auto restart
- Remote control
- Temperature sensing
- Cools only
- 6,000 BTUs
- Easy-to-remove, easy-to-clean air filter
- Includes installation kit for vertical-opening windows
- Dimensions: 15.70"L x 18.50"W x 13.40"H
- 1-year warranty
- Arctic King window air conditioner, white, Model# WWK+06CR5
Energy Efficient, Eco-Friendly
|Manufacturer Part Number|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
15.70 x 18.50 x 13.40 Inches
This is my first time writing a review on any item ever, but I must say that this is a great product. It was very easy to install and it runs soooo quiet that you mite forget it is running! The remote control is an excellent feature and it seems to work from just about any angle, whether u are directly pointing at the unit or not. For around 100 dollars, one of the better ac units you will buy in its cooling class.
Works for intended use
I read a comment about the unit's room air temperature sensor being fooled by cool air from the units output. That's true if you want the cool air to blow straight out from the unit (It has a horizontal divertor but needs a vertical divertor). If you swing the output air divertor to the side the problem is sharply reduced. Since my unit is installed in a wall opening in a workshop and I need the straight out air flow, I simply added an external deflector to send the air more upward. With the unit set to 77 degrees and power save mode, the shop's calibrated dial thermometer hangs at a steady 78 degrees. I can live with that quite nicely....
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