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DeLonghi America PACAN120EW Whisper Cool Portable Air Conditioner

I recently received a new air conditioner for review, and it is a godsend in this heatwave we are having. Of course my old one, well, 3 year old model, was on the fritz. At least it happened at an opportune moment. So let's take a look at it.


DeLonghi America PACAN120EW Whisper Cool Portable Air Conditioner

This 12,000 BTU portable unit is so sleek, easy to install and cooled down my 1800 sq. ft. apartment within an hour or so. It comes with all the parts you will to install the piping in the window. It literally took us 10 minutes to set it up and get it running! That's it!



As you can see, it is all digital. It has many settings that are useful. It has a 'Real Feel' setting that not only works to keep you cool, but also tackles any humidity in the air. It has the 'Air Conditioning' mode, which cools and dehumidifies a room but at a super cool scale. The previous setting of 'Real Feel' keeps it at a room temperature that is normal compared to AC mode to keep it cooler. There is also a cool 'Whisper Mode', that can only be used when in AC mode. What it does is makes the machine even more quiet. I like this setting best at night.

This bad boy is also a dehumidifier. So in the Spring or Fall, this is best for getting the humidity out of the air. It sets up the same as in AC mode, with the window attachment in. This allows the machine to force the humid air back outside where it belongs.

There is also a fan mode. With this function you do not need the attachment in the window. The machine will just push out air like a fan and blow into the room. No mess or fuss.




So there you have the super awesome DeLonghi Amercia 12,000 BTU Portable AC. When in the market for your next AC, I HIGHLY recommend this one.



**No compensation was received for posting. Product was received to facilitate a review through Amazon Vine.


Comments

  1. That sounds like a good A/C. We have never had A/C because of the climate here but consider it from time to time. How do you secure your window to deter burglars, since you leave it open a bit for the vent?

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    1. Hi Terra,

      I live in an apartment, so climbing the walls is quite a deterrent. :-)

      I forgot to add to this post, this unit can be converted into a permanent unit. That is probably a better option for houses.
      Another option is turning it sideways, which is what we eventually did. It minimizes how much window you need to leave open and enables you to secure the window with a bar or something strong as enforcement.

      Hope that helps!

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  2. This looks great, being portable and not stuck in a window somewhere!

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  3. It's so important to have a good A/C system. Where we live it's been in the 100's, so I can definitely appreciate it!

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