Excerpt: I am very impressed with the Haier 7,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner. I came across this unit in the clearance section at the end of last year's cooling season and decided to purchase it since it was over 50% off. I am very glad that I made this investment. The windows I have in one section of my home are older and very oddly sized.
Excerpt: We were looking for a durable portable air conditioner for the back porch area of our house. We added on a small addition to the back of the house and we did not want a window unit since it would block the light coming in, so we bought this portable unit. It has worked great for us, and is just what we needed. The room that we mainly use it in is 400 square feet and this unit cools the room down very fast.
Excerpt: This is the first portable air conditioner that I have ever owned. I do not enjoy owning a portable air conditioner as much as I thought that I would have in the beginning. When I had thought about this portable air conditioner I figured that anywhere that I wanted to go that did not have an air conditioner I would be able to pull this one out and use it. It would be better if I had just purchased a portable standing fan.
Excerpt: I bought the Haier air conditioner last summer because I rent a apartment and the windows aren't really big enough to hold a regular air conditioner. The rooms are kind of small in my place so the air conditioner does a great job at cooling most of the room down. This air conditioner can be a little bit on the noisy side but after its running for a couple minutes it will usually quiet down. It's not hard to setup and it only takes a couple of minutes.
Excerpt: I really like the Haier Potable Air Conditioner. It does what it is supposed to do and does it pretty well. As described, this unit has 3 fan and 3 cooling settings so you can adjust it however you want. I also love that it has a remote control so you can operate it from a distance so it would be convienent for lazy people like myself. The unit isn't too large either but it does get a little bit loud sometimes so that's a negative.
I sold a lot of the Haier Portable Air Conditioner - HPRB07XC7
24 March 2011
Excerpt: I worked for a local retailer for about three years. One of the seasonal products that was routinely carried by the store was the Haier Portable Air Conditioner - HPRB07XC7. It was a very popular item with our customers each year as the temperatures rose. In all honesty, I never had to work at selling this product, as it was a product that was so good, with such a good reputation that it "sold itself".
Excerpt: I reccamend it to anyone who dosen't want a lot of maitnance. It cools down the entire room in the hot dog days of summer`! Very child-friendly also. It is very easy to assemble, expecially when there are two or more people helping. Assembly can be comp[leted alone however. This air conditioner is great. I mean, on hot summer days, fans are useless. They are!, but when I have this air conditioner, I"m cool.
Excerpt: I have used this air conditioner many of times and it has worked very well for the apartment we live in. It hasn't given us much problems in the past and doesn't really make a lot of noise for how well it works. I am giving this a four star rank only because i believe there may be other air conditioners that may work a little better than this one, but still a great product for those of you that are searching for some sort of air conditioner that is cheap and works well...
Excerpt: I purchased the Haier Portable Air Conditioner in California during some hot summer days last summer. My rooms seems to have no insulation and tends to get really hot or really cold during the seasons. So i decided to purchase the Haier Portable Air Conditioner for just my room, which is about 25 feet by 25 feet.
Excerpt: Silly me. After being pampered in air conditioning for my previous 26 years of existence, I was under the impression I'd be able to stick out a single summer in a second floor apartment with cathedral ceilings (read: it gets freakin hot in here!). Maybe it was the heat getting to my brain, or the low air quality reducing the oxygen that made it there, but either way, I should've known I was crazy.