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Danby portable air conditioner 12 000 BTU 450$ tax in

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Danby portable air conditioner 12 000 BTU 450$ tax in

Tanguay, a well known company in the east of Quebec (similar to Brault et Martineau in the Montreal area), sell a Danby portable air conditioner for 450$ tax in with free shipping for all Quebec and New Brunswick. You can order by phone.

Sale ends may 24.

3-IN-1 PORTABLE HOME COMFORT SYSTEM | DPAC120068
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http://www.danby.ca/product/DPAC120068/4

Danby dual hose portable 3-in-1 home comfort systems are simply a revolutionary design. An air conditioner, dehumidifier and 3 speed fan all in one, this model is built with unique technology that increases system efficiency and reduces energy usage. In AC mode, this unit evaporates water generated which means no emptying heavy buckets. It can also operate strictly as a dehumidifier during the wet spring and fall seasons to help prevent mold and mildew growth. Opt for the 3 speed fan function to improve air circulation. With portable rolling castors, it truly is the ultimate in home comfort.

* 12,000 BTU portable air conditioner cools approximately 500 sq. ft. Outdoor ventilation required
* 70 pint (33.1L) dehumidifier
* Powerful 3 speed fan and oscillating louvers offer superior air circulation to cool the room faster
* Includes convenient external bucket for dehumidifier mode or a direct drain option permitting continuous operation
* Easy to use electronic controls with convenient remote control
* Variable electronic temperature control 16
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May 22, 2006
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Just to throw this in for potential buyers:
Home Depot has a Goldstar 12,000 BTU Portable A/C for $399, plus tax.

Just for people who aren't in this area.

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Jan 11, 2007
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If you live near a Sears outlet, you can often pick these models up when they reduce air conditioners for less than $200. I have this model and while it is good if you need a portable unit, fixed window units are more efficient. With the hoses and heavy weight, these units are not exactly "portable", nor are they attractive.
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Jan 10, 2008
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Noticed the same a/c unit on the front page of Rona's flyer. $399+tax in this weeks Rona flyer!!!
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Makes me glad I got my 12K BTU during the HD clearance last year for $289. Already put it to use a few times this season. :D
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FactoryDirect has one for $299

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I got a goldstar 12,000 BTU portable on clearance at Home Depot $189.99
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do any of these work with windows that open on an angle? like mine has the rotating handle you turn and the window opens.
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Aug 26, 2004
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I have one of these as well. The hoses are a bit of a pain as my windows swing open (as opposed to slide) but otherwise its a good unit. Loud, but so refreshing. My cat will sit in front of it for hours when its on.

Had it for three years now (maybe four) without any problems.
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anyone bought the one from factory direct before?
how is it
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MDMMason wrote:
May 22nd, 2009 8:10 pm
I got a goldstar 12,000 BTU portable on clearance at Home Depot $189.99
WOW, thats a nice price. The lowest I have seen them is at $299 - for any 12,000 BTU.
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rocking23nf wrote:
May 22nd, 2009 8:21 pm
do any of these work with windows that open on an angle? like mine has the rotating handle you turn and the window opens.
They're designed to work with sliding windows. Angled windows will still work, but inefficiently since there will also be open window, thus not keeping the 'cool' in.

I have angled windows and constructed an insert frame to overcome this. Works great!
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I have a 640 square foot condo and I'm in the market for a portable air conditioner and need some advice. Here is the layout of my place:

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I want to be able to cool the living room and bedroom from 1 location (with the help with the Seabreeze Turbo-Aire below). There is a ~9 foot patio sliding door from the bedroom, a swinging patio door from the living room, and a small pop-out window in the living room. What's the best way for me to exaust the hot air? I'm thinking getting a big plexiglass cutout for the bedroom would be the easiest.

Or perhaps the popout window? I'm thinking that would be a bit inefficient as the window only pops out about 3 1/2 to 4". Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.


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i paid $699 for mine 2 years ago :cry:
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