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It's OK, Nothing Great
from New Jersey
About Me Quality Oriented, Value Oriented
Comments about Danby 8,000 BTU Windowless Portable Air Conditioner:
Fast and easy setup. Does fine on average temperature days. Not much help when temperatures get into the 90's. I bought the 8000 BTU for my bedroom and have a 5000 BTU window unit in the living room and the window unit does a much better job than the portable ac. I won't spend the extra money for a portable unit again.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
good product and satisfied thus far.
from Bronx N.Y.
Works well. Had some hot days so far and even with the stove and oven on it made the studio apartment comfortable.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
from Queens, New York
About Me Quality Oriented
It works just fine.
(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
Am disappointed with this product.
from New york
Am disappointed with the A/C it doesn't cool off the room on very hot days such as 96 degrees. I have to turn on a fan to circulate the air in the room which of course is no help at all. I did learn from my mistake I will never purchase another portable A/C.
By hot in nyc
from Bronx, NY
I use this unit in a small bed room,which should the easily cool,but unless you are sitting in front of the unit you will not feel much of a temperature change.The 5ft vent hose is not flexible,so the unit can be used in one position. IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO COOL A ROOM DONT GET THIS MODEL.
Not user friendly
from Bronx, NYC
I bought this item last night and am already calling the store to ask about their exchange policy. Connecting the hose to the unit is a nightmare. The window extenders are too big for smaller windows and need to be shortened with a hacksaw. And finally you'll need to drill the extenders to the window to keep it in place unless you have modern windows.
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