Sharp EnergyStar Window Air Conditioner 6,000 BTU

 
List Price: $466.65

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Product Description

Looking for cool air freshness during the hot, summer months? Sharp AFS60FX 6,000 BTU 10.7 EER Energy Star Window Air Conditioner with Remote is included in Sharp's expanded line of ENERGY STAR air conditioners providing cool comfort all summer long. Sharp's air conditioners not only exceed federal efficiency standards, they exceed design standards as well. Sleek and stylish, they will fit into your home design beautifully. Saving you energy and enhancing your decor, Sharp's air conditioner line is too cool to pass up. Good for cooling rooms up to 250 square feet. Up to 1.9 pints per hour moisture removal EnergyStar rated / EER 10.7 Comfort touch electronic controls 3 speeds Fixed chassis Unit Dimensions - 12 5/8h x 18 1/2w x 15 1/2d / Weight 55 pounds Window Kit Constraints - Max width - 34 1/2 / Min width - 22 / Min height - 12 5/8 1-Year Parts and Labor Warranty

Features:
  • Manufacturer suggested room sizes - 145-250 square feet
  • Remote Control
  • Up to 12-Hour programmable timer
  • 4-way adjustable airflow
  • Easy-to-install mounting kit
Customer Reviews:
  • excellent, quiet a/c
    I couldn't be more pleased with my Sharp AF-S60FX-A air conditioner. It does an excellent job of cooling a small room, like my 11' x 11' bedroom. Please take note that I said SMALL ROOM. A 5000 or 6000 BTU a/c is the smallest size air conditioner made. It is only suitable for a small room. Kinda logical when you think about it, isn't it? A previous reviewer actually believed that "250 sq ft" nonsense that the manufacturer claimed! Such numbers are always totally bogus. A tiny bit of research would tell anyone that. Isn't that what the internet is for? In my 11' x 17" living room, I have a 8500 BTU a/c. If I lived in a hotter climate, I might need 10000 BTU. But back to my 6000 BTU Sharp. When I sit so that my head is midway between the a/c and a twin window fan the noise is close to being equal in volume. The a/c is a lot lower in frequency but only a little louder. (I only did that for a little while to compare noise levels, you understand. I don't think that would be a very good way to cool the outdoors and reverse global warming. Now if it was a solar powered a/c...) The thermostat goes all the way down to 60 degrees, which I find to be more than cool enough for comfortable sleeping. The remote control works well even if it's not directly in front of the a/c, which is handy. The thermostat is different from my other a/c (also a Sharp, but about 15 years old). It's only a thermostat when you first turn it on or adjust it. After a few seconds, it's a thermometer and tells you the actual temperature in the room. Both go up and down in 2 degree increments. There is no "energy saver" mode. That just means that the fan and compressor both turn off, instead of just the compressor. I have this "energy saver" on my living room a/c, but it wakes me up if I try to snooze in my chair. Since fans don't use much electricity compared to an a/c, I don't imagine much energy is saved. This a/c is very energy efficient compared to others. If I ever put an a/c in the back bedroom, I won't hesitate to buy this model. ...more info
  • Can only cool a small room
    Bought this air conditioner for my mom. Very disappointed. It takes a very long time for the unit to provide cool air and also, it can only be effective in a very small room. It remains to be seen how long this unit will last. My recommendation is to purchase a unit from a more reputable/proven name brand....more info
  • energy efficient
    Our primary purpose for this purchase was to have an energy efficient unit and it seems to deliver....more info