5Honeywell CL60PM

Honeywell CL60PM

MPN:CL60PM
5Honeywell CL60PM
3.8

6 reviews

PositivevsNegative
83% · 51 · 17%

Build Quality
5.0
Value for Money
5.0
Ease of Use
5.0
Cleaning & Maintenance
5.0
Noise Level
3.0
Heating / Cooling Speed
5.0
Portability
4.0
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6 reviews
Gary D
Gary DHunter Region, NSW11 posts
 
Build Quality
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Portability
Mark
MarkDubbo11 posts
 

Makes the shed bearable!!

I have been looking at getting aircon in shed for a few years. This year i bit the bullet. After shopping around and looking at various options i went with this unit. Portable fridge untits were too small for shed, i didn't want to put in a split system unit. Works well. Also used under patio area when cooking bbq, so it is a bonus being portable.

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Once bitten
Once bittenCooma9 posts
 

Don't waste your money

The normal situation in our house near Cooma is 27 degrees inside and 45 pc humidity, and 37 degrees and 10 pc humidity outside. There is no way this unit drops the temp by even 5 degrees so what is the point of introducing hot dry air from outside as you are supposed to do? Why sit in an opened up house at 32 degrees when if you didn't it would be 27 degrees. This unit is only of benefit in an outdoor environment which kind of negates the reason we bought it. Fine for the Nullarbor Plain sitting under a tree, but for a house forget it. This baby is headed for eBay asap.

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Rick
RickEDEN HILLS27 posts
 

Powerful unit

This will blow you away, I've had the unit for a year or more and in South Australia where the temperature hits 40 c+ it works very well. I use the unit outdoors and in my rather large shed 150 square meters, also at times in the house, placing the unit in the laundry to blow down the hall and cool the rear of the house. As it moves a lot of air it's quite noisy but that's to be expected with the size of the fan. As with all water coolers does not work well in humid conditions but in the dry heat of SA it's fantastic. Great for cooling down large outdoor under cover areas, large water tank means you don't have to fill often and a connector for a hose if you need to keep it running for extended periods.

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Vic H
Vic HSouth Australia9 posts
 
KeepingCool
KeepingCoolAU2 posts
 

King of the Swamp Coolers

The key to evaporative coolers is water consumption- the higher the better. On a hot day (40"c 14%RH) this unit uses a little over 7 litres per hour, approx equiv to 13,500 BTU/HR from a compressor model.

Fitted with a powerful 5 blade 17" fan it provides a large volume of cooled air ( rather than cold ) at a temperature of 26-27'C on a hot day. On milder days expect temperatures round 22-23'C.

Being at floor level it is simple to add ice to the sump water on hot days, which enables this unit to out- perform virtually any air conditioner.
economy, simplicity
cost- you can buy a powerful compressor model for the same price

Questions & Answers

bee
bee

I have just purchased the Honeywell CL60PM but am finding seeing the water level really tricky - any tips.

Gary D
Gary D  

Hey bee, I have the same cooler -Not a perfect solution but it works well- I leave a small LED torch near the cooler and use that to illuminate it, and as the level indicator is white, it reflects very well.

Michael L.
Michael L.

Where would i find a fitting to connect a hose the the threaded ballcock on the unit......refer profile pic

Gary D
Gary D  
Melski
Melski

Is there a window kit or any kind of ventilation you can use with this unit to carry the hot air out?

Rick
Rick  
Vic H
Vic H  
Peter R.
Peter R.  

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Details

CategoryPortable Air Conditioners
Features Evaporative Cooler
Weight18 kg
Dimensions 1017 x 466 x 700 mm
Max Room Air Flow 2,610 m³/h
Manufacturer Warranty2 year(s)
Release date
ManualDownload manual
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  • GTIN13: 4895007991415
  • MPN: CL60PM

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