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Friedrich KM24L30


$1,255.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Enough to cool a 500 sq ft area easily. Runs reasonably quietly even at high power. Temperature controls are fairly accurate, provide a good degree of control.

The Friedrich KM24L30 is an ENERGY STAR qualified window air-conditioner that weighs approximately 154 pounds. A lighter yet more powerful counterpart to the KM18L30, the Friedrich KM24L30 outputs an improved 23,500 BTU (versus 17,800) of cooling power.

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Likes it predecessor, the KM24L30 boasts a unique ComfortWatch Technology that works to maintain a more even temperature by monitoring and anticipating fluctuations in room temperature. In addition, the KM24L30 features a washable antimicrobial filter for protection against fungal/bacterial growth, fresh-air intake & stale-air exhaust hoses, and a slide-out chassis for easier installation and maintenance. The KM24L30 also boasts four cooling speeds, a fan only setting, 8-way air flow control, and a MoneySaver setting that reduces energy consumption by turning the fan on and off with the compressor. The Friedrich KM24L30 retails for $1255.00 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features

  • ENERGY STAR
  • 23,500 BTU
  • ComfortWatch Technology
  • Washable Filter
  • Intake & Exhaust Hoses
  • Slide-Out Chassis
  • 4 Cooling Speeds
  • Fan-Only
  • 8-Way Air Flow Control
  • MoneySaver Setting
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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    enough to cool a 500 sq ft area easily

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    runs reasonably quietly even at high power

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    temperature controls are fairly accurate, provide a good degree of control

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    installation is fairly easy, don't need a manual for it

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    distributes cool air over a wide area, can cool fairly evenly

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    reasonably energy efficient, doesn't use up too much power while in operation

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    flexible design will work in a window or through the use of intake & exhaust hoses

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