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    Default wtb : one aircon unit , any recommendations?

    weather is too bloody hot!

    any csers can recommend ? reliable and economic prices

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    Default Re: wtb : one aircon unit , any recommendations?

    Toshiba Inverter - Made in Japan.
    Cost 30%-40% more than a non-inverter, but about 40% less in the long term monthly bill.

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    Default Re: wtb : one aircon unit , any recommendations?

    alright will check it out , thks!

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    Default Re: wtb : one aircon unit , any recommendations?

    anything you need to know about aircon, specific to Singapore environment.

    http://singapore-aircon.blogspot.com/

    And no, i'm not affiliated with the website. I found it when I was shopping for aircon too and feel that the website helped a lot.
    Last edited by amateur_photographer; 23rd May 2008 at 10:06 AM.

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    Default Re: wtb : one aircon unit , any recommendations?

    Quote Originally Posted by amateur_photographer View Post
    anything you need to know about aircon, specific to Singapore environment.

    http://singapore-aircon.blogspot.com/

    And no, i'm not affiliated with the website. I found it when I was shopping for aircon too and feel that the website helped a lot.

    ok , tks alot

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    Default Re: wtb : one aircon unit , any recommendations?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rafael View Post
    Toshiba Inverter - Made in Japan.
    Cost 30%-40% more than a non-inverter, but about 40% less in the long term monthly bill.
    I am using this...system 2....upgraded the fancoil to 1.5horse...powerful, quiete and cool...

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    Default Re: wtb : one aircon unit , any recommendations?

    There is a tick rating system developed by NEA.

    Check out:
    http://app.nea.gov.sg/cms/htdocs/article.asp?pid=2845

    This link is very useful:
    http://els.nea.gov.sg/mels/aircon.asp

    Usually INVERTER has 4 ticks (max).
    Last edited by Rafael; 23rd May 2008 at 07:53 PM.

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