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Window Air Conditioners

15 listings


Kelvinator KWH15CME

Latest review: I like this window unit. It's compact but efficiently cools a medium sized living room and the attached bedroom. It's not quite as quiet as it was when I first purchased it 12 months ago but overall


Kelvinator KWH20/26/39/53/62HRE

Latest review: Bought this during the december heat wave. Could not have slept without it. For 2 months it was on almost non stop day and night. I live in a fibro house with no shade trees. Temperatures outside


Bonaire Durango

Latest review: I have sent messages to Bonair directly via e-mail, but there has been no response. The unit that I purchased leaked on the left lower corner because of excess water flowing on that side of the


Teco TWW22CFCG

Latest review: This a good little unit. It is not loud. We have had it for over 9 months and we have had no problems with it. It cools down our bedroom quite quickly and keeps it at a good temperature. The only


Teco TWW60HFCG

Latest review: The unit moves a lot of air and can hold its own against Sydney summer (or winter) in my 1950s, poorly insulated house. So it's effective. It's 1yo now and has been reliable. It has two down sides,


Dimplex DCB14

Latest review: Recently bought this reverse cycle window air conditioner for use in a bedroom. Weighs a ton, or to be precise, 51 kg's. Works well so far on cool, yet to try heating. I would have liked it to


Kelvinator KWH20/26/39/53/62CRE

Latest review: There are not many options available to replace the old box units.. either Kelvinator or TECO.. decided on the Kelvinator. It fitted the previous hole a little better. The price was excellent from