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Best Buy 8000 Btu Air Conditioner

Best Buy 8000 Btu Air Conditioner

Best Buy 8000 Btu Air Conditioner

When the summer starts to heat up and you want to cool the inside of your home, an air conditioner is what you need. Best Buy has a wide range of portable air conditioners and window air conditioners you can easily install in any type of home.

If you live in your own home and you are happy to mount a window air conditioner to a window sill, you may want to choose a window air conditioner for the main rooms in your home. When you live in a condo or apartment, your strata group or landlord may not want a mounted air conditioner visible in your window. In that case, you may choose a portable air conditioner so you can move it from room to room in your apartment and enjoy cool air wherever you are.

Air conditioner sales are slowly showing up across various retailers this week. Although we're still in the midst of winter, spring is right around the corner and hot weather will be here soon, so we're rounding up the best air conditioner deals you can get now.

Retailers from Home Depot to Walmart are taking from $50 to $200 off a wide variety of air conditioners including some of the best smart air conditioners we've reviewed. We're also spotting air conditioner sales on portable units. Although these units can be power hungry, the benefit to owning one is that it can be moved into hard to reach areas like a basement or attic.

GE 6,000 BTU Air Conditioner: was $250 now $214 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)The GE AHQ06LZ Air Conditioner offers three fan speeds and 6,000 BTUs of power that can quickly cool a room of up to 250 sq. ft. It's one of the least expensive air conditioner sales we've seen. It's cheaper than last week's price.

LG 5,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner: was $309 now $269 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)This LG Window Air Conditioner is an inexpensive unit with 5,000 BTUs of power. It comes with a window mounting kit, which makes installation easy. It also has two cooling and fan speeds designed to keep you cool no matter the outside temperature. If you're looking for an inexpensive unit, air conditioner sales rarely get this cheap.

Cooling fans/AC: deals from $139 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)Summer is coming. That means now is the time to invest in a new air conditioner. Fortunately, there are plenty of air conditioner sales that are slashing the prices of in-window units. After discount, ACs start at just $139.

Insignia 8,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner: was $369 now $339 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)Insignia is Best Buy's signature electronics brand. This 8,000 BTU air conditioner can cool rooms up to 350 sq. ft. It offers three cooling settings, a remote, and auto shut-off mode. There's also an indicator light that tells you when to clean its filter.

LG Dual Inverter 14,000 BTU Air Conditioner: was $509 now $429 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)The LG Dual Inverter AC is the best smart air conditioner you can buy. It uses LG's dual-inverter compressor, which continually adjusts its speed, rather than turning on and off like a traditional compressor. LG says this technology should provide energy savings of up to 25%. This model comes with a remote control, works with Alexa and Google Assistant, and can be controlled via the LG SmartThinQ app.

Gymax Evaporative Portable Air Conditioner: was $176 now $136 @ Home Depot (opens in new tab)Perfect for your home office, this portable air conditioner offers 3 modes of cooling and a total of 10,000 BTU. It features a water tank which can be frozen and used to power the machine. It also has built-in caster wheels that make it easy to move from room to room.

If there are often more than two people in the room, add 600 BTUs per person, or make them bring ice. If you are cooling the kitchen, remember that ovens and stovetops put out a lot of heat, and your A/C will have to compensate. Add 4,000 BTUs for any unit you install in this room. The last thing you should consider What type of A/C unit will serve your room best.

How much you need to spend depends on your cooling requirements. PACs are rated in British thermal units (BTU): one BTU is the amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree. A higher rating means an air conditioner can cool a larger space, which normally means the unit itself will be larger and more expensive. A 9,000BTU unit will handle a space of approximately 45 cubic metres, while a 12,000BTU unit could go up to 90 cubic metres. Measure your room before you buy to make sure you choose an air conditioner that's up to the job.

As for running costs, a higher BTU rating generally means the PAC will be doing more work and consuming more energy, but not all units are created equal. Your air conditioner should have an energy efficiency class, from A++ down to G, just like your fridge or cooker. The higher the class, the more efficient the unit will be.

The big difference between a split system and a window system is that instead of using a window to separate indoor and outdoor components, split-system installation requires drilling holes, running coolant and drain hoses, running dedicated electrical wiring, and hanging the hardware from your walls. The system is also typically more expensive to begin with, from three to five times more expensive than a window air conditioner for the same BTU capacity.

An air conditioner naturally pulls humidity out of the air the same way it does the cooling. The air moves past the extra-cold fins of the evaporator coil, and the heat moves out of the air into the fins. The excess humidity (now more than the air can hold) condenses on the cold fins.

The air cooled off quite quickly, and the air conditioner turned off while there was still plenty of excess water to extract. As time went on, the air conditioner did a good job of cooling any heat that built up or leaked into the room, but as the walls and objects in the room got colder the humidity problem got worse. If you kept up these conditions for a long time, water could start to condense on cold surfaces in the room.

Most appliance stores can arrange through-the-wall installation for you. The installer will cut a hole in the wall, tack the air conditioner sleeve to the framing and then slide the unit in. Be sure the installer caulks both the inside and outside edges of the opening to block drafts and moisture. You can expect to pay $175 to $250 for the installation.

What follows is a rundown of the best smart devices we've tested for every room of the house. There are so many products that we've arranged them by room to help keep things organized, but that doesn't mean you can't use most of these gadgets just about anywhere.

Finally, if you have little ones, a smart baby monitor will let you watch, entertain, and soothe your child in their crib. The Nanit Pro Complete Monitoring System requires deep pockets, but it's among the best smart baby monitors we've tested, especially for first-time and/or nervous parents. It records your baby's sleep and wake times down to the minute, which can help you narrow down a bedtime for your little cherub. It can also alert you if your baby stops breathing to preempt the possibility of sudden infant death syndrome.

Our favorite connected bathroom tech can even help you earn an A+ at your next dentist visit. The Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected costs as much as a cleaning, but it's the best smart toothbrush you can buy, offering a useful app with guided brushing and a built-in timer.

Indoor cycling can help you burn calories, boost your cardiovascular endurance, and elevate your mood. You might assume the Peloton is the best smart stationary bike because it's the most popular, but in reality, the best option is the one that's going to motivate you to hop back on day after day. Peloton motivates you through metrics and competition, while the SoulCycle At-Home Bike, another Editors' Choice winner in this category, offers a more meditative, dance-focused experience. The MYX II, a more affordable alternative, emphasizes personalized heart rate zone training.

With a rotating screen and a new Auto Follow feature for automatic resistance adjustments, the Peloton Bike+ is a compelling upgrade over its predecessor, and the best smart indoor cycling bike you can buy.

With its sophisticated form-tracking and rep-counting software, challenging on-demand and live classes, and excellent trainers, the Tempo Studio is the best smart strength training machine we've tested. 59ce067264

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