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Honeywell

Model MN10CESWW

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10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote Control in White

$399.99 /each
  • Cools rooms up to 350 sq. ft.
  • 3 fan speeds for preferred airflow
  • Includes a remote and timer for convenience

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The Honeywell MN10CESWW 10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner, in white, has a sleek, modern design and cools areas up to 350 sq. ft. With 3-in-1 technology, a 3M electrostatic filter and an environmentally friendly compressor, this portable air conditioner delivers optimum cooling and dehumidification. Plus the full-function remote control allows you to operate it from across the room.

  • 10,000 BTU portable air conditioner with full-function remote control
  • No bucket design cools areas up to 350 sq. ft.
  • Dehumidification up to 68 pints per day
  • Digital LED display and feather-touch controls provides precise temperature control
  • 3 speeds include high, medium and low
  • Automatic on/off timer from 1-24 hours
  • Powerful air flow
  • Quiet operation (55 dBA)
  • Washable, pull-up 3M electrostatic filter (back access)
  • R410A eco-friendly refrigerant
  • Caster wheels easily rolls unit from room to room
  • 3.3 ft. flexible exhaust hose included
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Exhaust Question

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July 28, 2014
How hot is the actual exhaust? Is it okay to exhaust directly into the window screen? This won't melt or anything, correct?
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July 24, 2016
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I just measured my exhaust temperature and it was 105° F. Certainly not hot enough to melt anything.
I just stayed in an older motel that had a portable unit cooling the room and it did, indeed, exhaust through the window screen. I would think the screen would somewhat reduce the exhaust air flow and possibly decrease the efficiency of the unit but it certainly isn't harmed by the heat.
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August 5, 2014
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The exhaust is pretty warm, but not enough to melt regular mesh screen. As the exhaust kit is constructed to fit in a window sill (horizontally or vertically), I have to assume the manufacturer believes it will function without damaging the screens. With non-metallic screens, I'd be more concerned.
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July 30, 2014
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It shouldn't, but I can't say with 100% certainty that it won't if it's under worst case scenario (that is, with sunlight, 100+ degree temperatures, no outdoor breeze, direct contact with the vent, and the exhaust heat on a fiberglass screen). In that case, your home was probably designed by squirrels and you might want to test it first. But seeing as that's extremely unlikely, you should be ok. :)
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July 30, 2014
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Exhausted air will reach 95 plus degree, it will not melt or damage your window screen.
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Westport, MA, USA
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July 29, 2014
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The exhaust is medium warm/hot. I do not have my screen removed and have not had any issues at all.
I really give this unit a workout as I run it every night to sleep. Runs like a dream. I would definitely recommend it.
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Is this an exhaust free unit or window exhaust unit?

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July 11, 2014
Does this need a window for exhaust?
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Orem, Utah
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May 31, 2016
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This unit must be exhausted to the outside and the room must be able to get enough air into it to replace the air blown outside.
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May 31, 2016
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This unit must exhaust to the outside, either through the provided window vent fixture or through a wall vent to the outside.
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Kirkland, WA
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August 5, 2014
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Window exhaust. A person could use a door, but would want to have some way to cover/seal the open space around the exhaust bracket (a plastic bracket which holds the exhaust hose and expands up to about 30"x3" to fit horizontally or vertically in a window/door).
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July 17, 2014
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Unless you are talking about spot (as opposed to space) cooling applications or some newfound cutting edge technology, the standard AC's that you will find on the market all require exhaust of hot air (to compensate for the cold air produced).
This unit exhausts through an extendable hose connected to a nozzle and low-profile bracket to be placed in a window opening in order to vent to the Read More
Unless you are talking about spot (as opposed to space) cooling applications or some newfound cutting edge technology, the standard AC's that you will find on the market all require exhaust of hot air (to compensate for the cold air produced).
This unit exhausts through an extendable hose connected to a nozzle and low-profile bracket to be placed in a window opening in order to vent to the outdoors.
Hope this could be of some help! Read Less
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July 14, 2014
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This unit has a window kit, complete with exhaust hose. It must me installed in order for unit to operate properly.
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Do I have to add or remove water from this air conditioner?

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No. The water condensed on the evaporator coil inside is exhausted to the outside with the hot air. The only circumstance that water would have to be removed is if it was running in dehumidifying setting only. Then the water can be removed from a drain in the bottom or a hose attached to a connection on the unit.
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The unit come with a self evaporation condensation removal system. Only if you run the unit on high humid days you will need to remove some condensation.
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July 10, 2014
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Yes, you must remove water, once the built-in tray is full. You will have a warning light which will indicate when it is time to empty.
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Depending on the humidity of where you live you may have to empty the air conditioner of its condensation. This air conditioner is great in that it uses most of the condensation it collects to cool down the system, but in cases where the humidity is too high the air conditioner can't use all the condensation so it collects it in the built in water tank. The water tank needs to be emptied if it is full Read More
Depending on the humidity of where you live you may have to empty the air conditioner of its condensation. This air conditioner is great in that it uses most of the condensation it collects to cool down the system, but in cases where the humidity is too high the air conditioner can't use all the condensation so it collects it in the built in water tank. The water tank needs to be emptied if it is full which a flashing light on the unit will alert you if that is the case. If you live in a fairly dry part of the country you will never need to empty out the air conditioner. Also you will not need to add water to this air conditioner Read Less
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Timer can be set from 1 to 24 hours to turn off or on the unit.
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While the unit is running, press the timer button, then press the up or down buttons to select the number of hours to run. The unit will turn off automatically after that number of hours.
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From the User Manual: "While the unit is turned on, press the timer button then press the up or down buttons to select the number of hours you would like the unit to continue to run. The unit will turn off automatically."
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by It's keeping me cool The air conditioner was extremely easy to install. I had it working within minutes from taking it out of the packaging. The only issue I have is that I have it in my home office and it is a 10x10 bedroom with a vaulted ceiling. When the temps got above 100 degrees outside, this little guy could not cool the room down below 78 degrees. While that was enough when I had the fan blowing directly at me, I don't know if it will be enough to keep my computers cool if I get more servers. Thankfully, it does not get that hot in my area that often. June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cool Please know I thought long and hard about this purchase. I find hot weather unbearable, and all my life had window air conditioners. People may be surprised to know that New Hampshire has many hot summer days with high humidity. Very uncomfortable. My bedroom has only one window, so when I installed the air conditioner for the summer... my one window became unusable. When we had a cool evening, I would either drag the very heavy unit out of the window to be able to get fresh air, or just leave it and suffer. When it was finally time to replace the old a.c.... I started to look into these portable units. Many reviews were negative...some positive, but I'm writing to say that I am thrilled with this unit. My bedroom is a good size, about 35X25 and this unit cools it very well. Perhaps not as quickly as my window unit, but very well. To be able to still enjoy the view and be able to easily open the widow at any time is fantastic. As far as cons...it is a bit loud, but not a problem. It has very bright lighted controls, they all go off after a moment except one...and it is bright enough to light the room! I just took a little sticky note and covered it, and that solved it. Also want to say that when I don't need the a.c....I open the window and just use the fan setting. It moves air around the room very nicely. I love this thing, and if you purchase one, I hope you will too. Thanks July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product The air conditioner cools very well in the room I have it in. Had a little problem at first installing the hose but did get it done. July 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by OK if you really don't want or can't have a window unit. I've used a window cooler in the past but didn't like the looks of it hanging out the window so decided to try this portable cooler. I am using this cooler in my home office that is just 100 square feet. It is overpowered for that small space but is the least power I could find for a portable cooler. It is noisy when the compressor is on but is not on much to keep my little office cool. It certainly takes up a lot of space in my small office but that, and the noise, is the sacrifice I make for appearances. I'm even going to vent it through the wall on the non-street side of the room (corner of house) so that even the vent isn't visible in the window from the street. The cooler blows so much air out the vent that it really creates a strong negative pressure in the room. So much so that, if I shut the door tight, it can't get enough air and shuts the compressor and exterior venting off. I have to leave the door loose so that it can suck open to allow the amount of air the cooling function needs. Bottom line: If my window wasn't on the street side of the house I would definitely stay with a window unit. Ah, the sacrifices we make for vain appearances! May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Successful installation, Honeywell MN10CESWW a/c This unit was easy to unpack (though somewhat hefty) and to connect to the window space. The remote control is straightforward as long as you realize that when you push a button and the temperature starts blinking, it indicates the temperature you're setting. You can then change it by pressing the arrow up or down buttons. Then it stops flashing and displays in solid numbers the actual temperature. This a/c is cooling a room about 13 x 15' with a high ceiling, with warm air exiting a skylight with a ceiling fan. Some cool air "sinks" out of the room, down a short corridor into other rooms, and a small oscillating fan does a good job helping cool one secondary room using some of the cooled air. Given what we've read, it's a good idea to turn off this unit after a number of hours so that it doesn't become overtaxed. July 8, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poorly designed We had to buy this AC unit because we could not have a window unit. The worst part of the unit is the hose and connection to the window for ventilation. Since how well the exhaust hose functions affects the efficiency of this unit, and its ability to cool, one would think it would be carefully designed with rubber seals and an easily adjustable window mount. Instead, you have a cheap plastic hose that has no seal at the connection to the unit or at the window. The mount at the window is cheap and requires much manipulation and towels to make sure the unit is exhausting properly. When I bought this it was over $500. For that price I expect much more. September 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by LOVE this air conditioner! This air conditioner performs as stated. Packaging was amazing. It WAS quick to un-box and install. It has a much shorter "standing" period required prior to turning the unit on - 20 min. It is truly portable since it does not screw into the window & casing. The casters are perfect to move this unit easily across carpeting. The unit is lightweight for it's size. Cools well enough for a small bedroom which is what I intended it to be used for. Although the EER was quite high - which should be good - I gasped when my electric bill came in for a month of heavy use. This is the only reason I did not give it 5 stars. I still love this unit, the way it operates and do not regret it's purchase - even with the electric bill. VERY important - it does not drip any water and I still have not had to empty it once. August 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works great well made and easy to install holds the room at temperture February 10, 2016
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