We purchased the aircon for our bedroom. On high fan a bit noisy, the on off light too bright for bedroom and when the blade turned all the way the air doesn't follow properly.
It is very good quality does the job perfectly makes the room toasty in winter and nice and cool in summer, will buy it again if needed for another room.
Purchased in February 2020.
Mitsubishi aircon replaces our Daikin of 17 years.
We needed to replace our faithful Daikin of 17+ years in the office. We chose the Mitsubishi SRK25ZSA-A from Bunnies, after looking at reviews, and of course price. I don't think any of the aircon brands now are of the same quality from several years back. Sure more technology, but, also more to go wrong. This unit is in our office, so we simply need it to cool and heat, nothing more. So far, after only a few days, it is very quiet on heat cycle and no clicking noise...so far.... I see several complaints about this.
I did notice Mitsubishi have cash card redemptions until the end of July 2021...but not for this model.
I will revisit here in a few years time to update the review. Hopefully, to confirm what a great aircon it is..
Purchased in July 2021 at Bunnings Warehouse for $775.00.
Good product very happy with it so far
Had about 18months no problem at all. Good product. Good enough for my son’s room. Totally happy with it.
Also get my gift card cash back for it :)
I definitely recommend for this!
The reviewer stated that an incentive was offered for this review
Exactly what we wanted
We live in a rural environment in a transportable home where temperatures can be extreme. The air conditioners we had fitted are quiet and efficient. What was an unusable area of our home in extreme weather is now very comfortable all year round.
Purchased in December 2019 at GB Electrical.
Review collected in partnership with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners
Very good and Reliable aircon
Makes too cold really.
Has very nice timers and sleep functions that I use almost every day.
Would recommend, it hasn't given any problems and makes almost no noise at all, sometimes forgot it is on.
Purchased in February 2019 at The Good Guys for $2,200.00.
Cools OK but noisy. Repaired but still noisy.
Just noisy. Tick, tick, tick, tick....... Installers couldn't care less, Mitsubishi Heavy just think it's an inconvenience to fix. The fan has been replaced but the unit is still the same. It cools great and is super-efficient but when it is billed as being one of the quietest units on the market, this is not acceptable. I might replace it with a Mitsubishi Electric.
Purchased in January 2018 at The Electric Discounter for $1,100.00.
Mitsubishi Split Airconditioner - Wonderful machine
Recently I purchased a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries split airconditioner (2.5 KW) for my bedroom. I have to say that this is the most underrated aircon as its performance matches or exceeds those of the big brand aircons. It is very energy efficient, and is very easy to use. It performed extremely well during the recent cold snap in Sydney (I live that too far from the Blue Mountains where it was snowing).
Purchased in July 2019 at The Good Guys for $665.00.
great product, mitsubishi always have promotions at the time when i purchased the reverse cycle they had a cash back which was fantastic! I also checked warranty and breakdown reviews and found very little bad reviews also with the warranty there is no long waits on the phone to overseas its all done in Australia and better yet you submit the warranty online yourself.
Purchased in May 2019 at Harpers Air Conditioning for $1,874.00.
Doesn't last the distance
We had 3 of these SRK71 7.1kw units (plus 3 smaller 2.5kw units) installed in new Townhouses we built and seemed to be good till the warranty expired. At 6 years the first of the 7.1kw died and needed a costly repair. Then within a week one of the smaller 2.5kw units (SRK25) spring a gas leak in the coil & wasn't cost effective to repair (as it would also have no warranty if anything else did go wrong) & replaced it with a brand new Fujitsu unit that came with 5yrs warranty. Now few months later (units are close to 6.5yrs old) one of these 7....1kw units had same fate with a gas leak in the coil & replacing again with a new Fujitsu. Not sure if it is luck, but having 3 go within 6 months is not good enough & should last the distance. I will personally no longer use Mitsubushi Heavy Industry (MHI) air conditioners as I would have expected over 10 years life out of them. I must say I have had no complaints from tenants using these, however my main gripe is that they should have a longer life span, I wouldn't have expected to only get 6yrs out of these... Note: I did call MHI contacts in Melbourne, who were actually friendly, to actually complain that this was not good enough, I shouldn't have 3 out of 6 units die within a 3-4 month period, but wasn't much they could do as it wasn't a known defect & cannot be covered under warranty. I would have given them 1 Star, but seeing they were reliable till now I will give them 2 (some may say that is generous, but 2 stars it is)...
Questions & Answers
Where is this model (SRK25ZSA) manufactured in?
All our products are manufactured in our state of the art manufacturing plant in Thailand.
Thank you for the response.
Do you still sell any split systems made in Japan?
All of our systems are designed by our engineers in Japan but manufactured in Thailand. Each component undergoes stringent quality control testing multiple times before being assembled. The assembled unit then undergoes multiple rounds of testing before leaving the factory.
All of our units carry a 5 year manufacturers warranty which covers both parts and labour.
Your air con SRK25ZSA-W
Ist it legal in NSW to install it on a existing power circuit. How many AMP does it draw..
Hi Andre, I can't comment on legalities with regards to installation but you can find technical information on the 2.5kW Avanti here -https://mhiaa.com.au/products/series/residential-wall-mounted-split-system-air-conditioners-avanti-series/
If you're thinking about having a unit installed, you may wish to speak to a local installer. You can find yours by visiting our Where to Buy page - https://mhiaa.com.au/home/where-to-buy/ and entering your postcode.
SRK25ZSA is a new product in my area. Is it a new product or a different name for previous model MSZ GL25 VGD ?
They are sold by two different manufacturers so may have different specifications and/or different design features.
SRK.... sold by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
MSZ... sold by Mitsubishi Electric Australia.
As Bizins mentioned, we're a separate company to Mitsubishi Electric.
While Mitsubishi Electric make other products such as fridges, hand dryers, etc, we focus on doing one thing well which is delivering heavy duty, high quality air-conditioners. The SRK25ZSA is the 2.5kw model of the Avanti series which is one of our best selling series.
Hope this has helped!
Hi Glen A,
It is a good explanation, but we have again 2 different names for the SRK products; ZSA and ZMA.
Any differences? Cheers
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