Sharp AF-S80FX Room Air Conditioner

List Price: $249.99

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Product Description

Sharp's expanded line of Energy Star qualified air conditioners provides 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 energy and enhancing your decor, Sharp's air conditioner line is too cool to pass up. Save money, save energy, and help preserve the environment. Sharp's Energy Star qualified products exceed the existing federal efficiency standards for air conditioners by at least 10% which qualifies them to bear the Environmental Protection Agency's ENERGY STAR logo for energy efficiency. Rest Easy Remote enables you to simply turn the unit on or off, adjust the temperature, change the fan speed, or set the delay timer with the touch of a button. Convenience is standard with Sharp's user-friendly Comfort Touch controls. With a 12-hour timer delay on & off feature and two-degree temperature control, there's no more temperature guessing. Simply set the controls and forget about it. Approximate Room Size 235 - 415 sq. ft. Chassis fixed 12 Hour Timer Reusable Filter Air Direction 4-Way CFM - Low/High 170/220 Moisture Removal (pint/hr) - 2.1 Dimensions - Width 18 1/2 x Height 12 19/32 x Depth 13 15/16 inches Weight - 54 pounds This unit cannot be mounted in an existing wall sleeve

  • Slide-Out Washable Filter for easy removal and cleaning
  • 4-Way Air Direction to direct the cool air
  • Controls Comfort Touch with 12 Hour Timer
  • Remote Rest Easy
  • Fan Speeds 3 cooling speeds and 3 fan speeds
Customer Reviews:
  • I can't hear you, the TRAIN is running!
    I'm compelled to let others know that this is an extremely noisy appliance. I can't believe it made it to production as is....more info
  • The AC from Hell
    I have had a Sharp AF-R55CX air conditioner for three 3 years, and it worked great (quiet and efficient) until my recent move. To repair would've cost me more than buying a new AC, so I purchased a new one, Sharp AF-S80FX. Started using it, and the first thing I noticed was its enormous noise (it sounds like a damn train). We called Sharp, and the representative told me that it's supposed to be really quiet - so she gave me a number for a service center. The person came (nice guy) and poked around, opened the machine and told us that there's nothing we can do about it - it's just this loud. The inside of this AC is made of styrofoam - I have no idea how and why, but it's a big reason for the unbearable noise. The service center guy told me that my old Sharp is of much better built (I got it cheaper than this new model). I hate to be so negative about this, but I'm just a little upset right now....more info