Reliable but noisy. Easy to use. Efficient. Cools great.
engineer at large, pcrichard.com
21 July 2015
Excerpt: Okay, well everyone makes the popular and extremely useful $100.00 air conditioner. But here is a fact: A low cost air conditioner does not have to be noisy. Several years ago I bought an LG window unit that was very quiet. It puts you to sleep.
Pros: Easy Window Installation, Energy Efficient, Price Lightweightsmall
Summary: Frigidaire’s 5000 BTU window air conditioners are nicely made, easy to use, and work well. Despite their low price these Frigidaire units are very nicely made. The plastics on the front are high quality, the metal casing on the back is very robust, and the knobs turn smoothly and click securely into...
Excerpt: I could've bought a cheaper one but loved the idea that i am saving money in the end since this air conditioner has a thermostat and shuts itself off when it reaches the temperature you set it to. I also like how easy it was to put the brackets on and i like the remote.
Summary: 5000-BTU AC. And yes, its a tiny air conditioner. Its quiet. No remote control. Extra long power cord, has safety switch should damage occur. (GFCI ?) My circuit breaker box has no effect on the safety switch. The operation manual says its for the power cord.
Summary: I bought this after reviewing several other brands, this is Frigidaire's most quiet model they've ever made. The windows in my 3rd floor apartment are about a third the normal size, and the maximum height of the window opening is 13 inches, which is the minimum height requirement for this...
Pros: small cabinet size, remote control, well fitting, well made
Summary: I found just what I was looking for. A small air conditioner for a very small window. The price was right, the delivery quick and efficient and it works like a charm.The cost was much more economical, even with shipping, than I found in any big box store. thanks AJ Madison.
Summary: Installation was a breeze. Does not require additional outside support if installed properly. I didn't even use the screws it came with to secure the pleated extenders to the window frame. Instead, I just cut a couple of chopsticks to size and used it as a tension rod to keep the pleats extended.