Cool the air with a 12000 BTU HONEYWELL Portable Air Conditioner. The air is not only cooled but likewise filtered and dehumidified. In addition, this unit requires no permanent installation and includes four castors which concede easy mobility among dissimilar areas. The remote control lets you without apparent effort operate each feature. The Auto-Evaporation system allows hours of neverending operations. Watch miraculously how the concealed controls on the black surface appear with the touch of your hand. You may also switch the display effortlessly from Fahrenheit to Celsius This HONEYWELL Portable Air Conditioner model includes remote controlled oscillation lovers from side to side and a window venting kit which is easy to set up and may be got rid of at any time when the unit is not in use.Please refer to the User Manual and Warranty data contained inside the product for assistance. This product comes with a 1 year fixed warranty.KEY FEATURES:- 12000 BTU- Eco-Friendly Refrigerant- Auto-Evaporation System- Four Castors- Timer: 1 to 24 hours- De-humidification Capacity 1.8L (3.8 US pints) per hour – 91 pints per day- Remote Control- LED Display- Single 1.2 m (3.94 ft) Hose- Noise level of 55dbA- Scratch Resistant Body- Oscillation Louvers side to side- Switch the display effortlessly from Fahrenheit to Celsius
- Amazon Sales Rank: #377 in Kitchen & Housewares
- Color: Black
- Brand: Honeywell
- Model: MN12CES
- Dimensions: 34.30″ h x 18.70″ w x 18.10″ l, 79.40 pounds
- 3 in 1: Cooling, Dehumidification and Fan
- Auto Evaporative System, no water bucket to empty
- Eco-Friendly Refrigerant R410A. Remote controlled oscillation louvers side to side
- Dehumidification capacity (L/H) of 1.8L (3.8 US pints) per hour
- LED Display, Remote Control, Scratch Resistant Body and 1 to 24 Hour Timer
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful.
Exhaust Hose Set up too big for my window
The unit seems to work well now that it is all set up and does cool the room down. However, I was never told that my windows had to be large to be able to put the panel and hose in the window in order to run the unit. I ended up having to take a saw to the plastic panel piece so that it would fit my window. The installation and set up instructions are also confusing and riddled with typos. However, now that I do have it working it does work pretty well
14 of 19 people found the following review helpful.
Leaks all over
By Howard Avery
Looked nice in the pictures, but it was far from a nice product. The back of the unit seems very poorly finished. After 3 days of use it started leaking a slightly, by the next morning my floor around the unit was wet. Could have been worse, good thing we noticed it before it warped the floor. Absolutely zero customer support for this item, no idea what kind of company this is.
18 of 25 people found the following review helpful.
About as good as any other, I suppose
Didn’t get much of a chance to use it. Tried it out in the bedroom for a little while and it was immediately clear that the noise level was going to be insufferable when the compressor kicks in. From a distance or in a larger room you might be able to tolerate this unit while awake, but in a smaller room (ours is 10′ x 12′ with low ceilings), it’s just too loud, especially if you want to sleep. White noise of a fan alone is one thing, but… It’s weird… the compressor runs at this certain oscillating pitch that makes it impossible for me to ignore… kind of like a bad hotel window/wall unit.
Also, whenever the compressor kicks on, it jolts the unit so hard it twists a good couple of inches on my hardwood floor… over the period of an evening, that could be bothersome.
That said, I highly doubt there’s anything better out there in terms of noise. It’s conceivable that some other manufacturer has insulated the heck out a unit like this to make it tolerable, but we’re not going to bother with another unit.
As far as cooling: well, it’s about 75 degrees in room and 76 out. It cooled down the area it was in to 72 within a few minutes. The air coming out is fairly cold, but I have no idea how it will deal with serious heat though. It is single hose, so it must rely on negative pressure to pull free air into the area in order to circulate and expell the heat.
In terms of ergonimics, it kind of sucks. It’s heavy, and there are no “handles” to speak of. I managed to carry it up stairs, but it was a pain.
Not sure whether this is any better or worse than any competing product… I just know that, for the money, if you can mount one, just but a high quality Window or through-wall A/C. It will work better and I’ve heard much quieter window A/Cs than this.
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