DeLonghi PAC10 Pinguino Portable Air Conditioner

List Price: $699.00

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Product Description

Providing 8,500 BTU's of cooling power, this energy-efficient air conditioner features "no drip" technology, which is an exclusive process that uses condensation and collected moisture to help cool the air, discharging excess vapor through its 41-inch exhaust hose. The unit is designed with a 24-hour programmable timer, as well as an easy-to-use control panel that incorporates two fan speeds, two air conditioning speeds, as well as "fan only." Setting the unit to "dehumidifier only" allows the built-in dehumidifier to remove up to 60 pints of moisture per day. Its adjustable thermostat can be set to accommodate individual preferences, and unlike central air, the portable air conditioner easily cools where it's needed most. Designed to handle rooms up to approximately 300 square feet, the nice-looking unit can be used almost anywhere, from bedrooms, family rooms, and computer rooms, to wine cellars, garages, and attics. The air conditioner runs quietly due to its high-efficiency rotary compressor and components. Other features include side handles and indoor caster wheels for easy portability, a built-in Freshzone air filtration system, and a window/door bracket for simple installation and exhausting of hot air. The air conditioner measures 31-1/2 by 16-1/3 by 17-4/5 inches, and carries a one-year parts-and-labor warranty and a five-year warranty for the parts on the compressor and sealed system. --Catie Unger

  • Energy-efficient, portable air conditioner with 8,500 BTU's of cooling power
  • Exclusive "no drip" technology uses collected moisture to help cool air
  • 24-hour programmable timer; easy-to-use control panel
  • Built-in dehumidifier, adjustable thermostat; handles rooms up to 300 square feet
  • Measures 31-1/2 by 16-1/3 by 17-4/5 inches; 1-year parts-and-labor warranty
Customer Reviews:
  • Not worth the money
    Bought 2 of these units. They both worked well for 1 week. Then the indicator lights went out on both units. Also, the knobs on one of the units were coming loose. One unit 3 weeks later essentially stopped cooling. The other keeps shutting down after about 4-5 hours in order to have the unit drained of condensate accumulation. I gave up on these and went with the Soleus LX120 which is way better than the PAC10's....more info