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[Costco] Haier Dual-Hose 14K BTU Portable A/C (no Heat Pump) $469.99

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[Costco] Haier Dual-Hose 14K BTU Portable A/C (no Heat Pump) $469.99

For those looking for an elusive Dual-Hose portable A/C, looks like it's back at Costco (but no heat pump option on this model this time around) for $469.99 ($30 less than Best Buy):

Haier 14K BTU A/C

Full details on Haier Canada:

Haier Canada



Product Details
This Haier 14,000 BTU portable air conditioner with remote and electronic controls is designed for rooms up to 500 sq. ft. Features include 3 cooling speeds and an easy-access washable mesh filter. You can control your comfort from anywhere in the room with a full-function remote.

Features:

14,000 BTU
Portable air conditioner
Electronic controls
Full-function remote
Time and temperature display
Digital temperature adjust
3 cooling and 3 fan speeds
24 hr On/Off timer
Dehumidify mode
4-way air direction
Slide-out washable filter
Auto-evaporation for continuous operation
Easy-to-install window kit

Specifications:

Dimensions (W × D × H): 45.1 cm × 38.7 cm × 74.8 cm (17.75 in. × 15.25 in. × 29.44 in.)
Weight: 36 kg (80.2 lb.)

Warranty:

1 year

Model: HPND14XCT

Specifications
Air Direction
4-Way Air Direction
Brand
Haier
Colour
Black
Dimensions - Depth
38.73 cm (15.25 in.)
Features
24 Hour Timer
Features
Digital Control
Features
Remote Control Included
Features
Washable Air Filter
Maximum Coverage Area
46.45 m² (500 sq. ft.)
Model
HPND14XCT
Type
Portable
Weight
30.93 kg (68.2 lb.)
Last edited by TomRFD on Jun 25th, 2019 5:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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I have this unit. Pro: Cools excellent. Con: So, so loud.
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Oct 13, 2017
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Did you receive a 13500 btu unit instead? FYI I ordered this and received one that is the same model and everything. Only 13,500 btu
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Bordak wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 3:26 pm
I have this unit. Pro: Cools excellent. Con: So, so loud.
I have one as well and you aren't kidding at all. Have to decide just how bad you want that jet-powered cold air.
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Bordak wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 3:26 pm
I have this unit. Pro: Cools excellent. Con: So, so loud.
I'm missing the "cools excellent" bit.
My room is still 40C in the summer but I sure do still have the loud.
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death_hawk wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 4:25 pm
I'm missing the "cools excellent" bit.
My room is still 40C in the summer but I sure do still have the loud.
Some things to try, if haven't already:
1. If the hoses are attached vertically on the window, make sure the exahust hose is up top- hot air rises, so if you put it on the bottom it gets sucked back in through the intake hose
2. Add some insulation to the exhaust hose, otherwise it acts as a heater
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kidd604 wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 4:45 pm
1. If the hoses are attached vertically on the window, make sure the exahust hose is up top- hot air rises, so if you put it on the bottom it gets sucked back in through the intake hose
Casement window unfortunately. And not a tall one. A condo one that's like 12" tall.
I'm tempted to remove it some days because I'm pretty sure all it's really doing is sucking in hot air.
2. Add some insulation to the exhaust hose, otherwise it acts as a heater
Yeah I hit it with my FLIR and the exhaust hose was over 60C.
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Thanks OP. Great for my garage!
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For casement windows, may as well get a small window unit as you will have to do a custom install anyways. As mentioned these portables are large, noisy and expensive.

Full disclosure, I have the exact same Haier model with heat pump, but much more happy with this very basic window unit instead.
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I didn't buy one so can't comment - is the model number on your unit the same as on the costco site?
604guyy wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 3:45 pm
Did you receive a 13500 btu unit instead? FYI I ordered this and received one that is the same model and everything. Only 13,500 btu
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Bordak wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 3:26 pm
I have this unit. Pro: Cools excellent. Con: So, so loud.
What?
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paksau wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 5:37 pm
For casement windows, may as well get a small window unit as you will have to do a custom install anyways. As mentioned these portables are large, noisy and expensive.

Full disclosure, I have the exact same Haier model with heat pump, but much more happy with this very basic window unit instead.
Um.... your window is open.
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paksau wrote:
Jun 25th, 2019 5:37 pm
For casement windows, may as well get a small window unit as you will have to do a custom install anyways. As mentioned these portables are large, noisy and expensive.

Full disclosure, I have the exact same Haier model with heat pump, but much more happy with this very basic window unit instead.
That is an interesting design choice... How are the bracket for the window air conditioner unit anchored? This look Questionable in terms of safety especially when there are wind blowing outside.
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Mar 4, 2014
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I wanted a clean look so decided to use 1/4" plexiglass that helps brace the A/C unit, clear silicone glue the plexiglass to the window frame. Everything is very solid, no worries of it falling out the window, the worse case it will fall in.

Everything is removable, in case of severe storm can easily pull in the AC and close the window.

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