Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 101
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JohnPropertyOwner Killer AC ... Blows Arctic air ... So far, so good ...
My contractor installed this portable air conditioner in one of my apartment buildings this morning. The complete installation through a stucco wall took two hours. I turned it on and it immediately blew freezing cold air out of the top vent. There is significant air movement, even when the fan is set at the lowest speed setting. The unit is quiet and not intrusive at the low fan speed setting. I could easily sleep with this unit running at night. I plan on installing this unit in all of the bedrooms in my apartment building. I purchased this unit for $480.00 from Home Depot one month ago. Home Depot is now charging $625.00 for the same unit. That should tell you something.
July 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Susan This unit works GREAT!
This unit works GREAT! I live on the second floor of a old building. In the summer the apartment is HOT. And in the winter it's COLD. I was a little leary of this product but I looked up the top portable air conditioners and the Whynter 14000 btu was within the top 5. It works great and it does take the humidity out of my apartment. This summer here in Chicago has been very hot and humid and rhis unit does the job.
I ordered this unit through the online of Home Depot stores and the price was similar with other stores. I give the delivery from Home Depot an A++. I order the unit on a Tuesday nite and the unit was delivered on Friday morning of the same week. UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!!
July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Trevor Works as expected
Have this setup in a 12x14 bedroom. This is a large unit, and extra space is required for the hoses too. The unit pumps out plenty of cooling and can chill the room on a 90 degree day. Quite noisy though. Much louder than a box fan running on the high setting. Note that although this is a dual hose system, it still has a vent in the rear and still pulls in air from the room, enough to open the door if not closed completely.
August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Lili Great ac
I returned it because the window kit was very difficult to set up. It wasn't very sturdy at all.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TOM WHYNTER 14000 BTU PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER with DEHUMIDIFER and REMOTE
The WHYNTER 14000 BTU portable air conditioner is the top rated unit on the market; it is simple to install with an easy to assemble window kit. The window kit is durable and the expandable hose kits are adjustable from 2 to 9 FT. The unit cools very well with adjustable temperature settings and a three
speed fan capable of cooling more than one room. The WHYNTER also includes a dehumidifier and a remote control along with (4) caster rollers for ease of movement between rooms. The WHYNTER is a GREAT BUY!!!
July 20, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by StillHot Disappointed
Very disappointed. This was the top rated AC on Google and by AC experts. It is suppose to cool 500 sq.feet. I have it in a room 11x26 (286 sq ft). I set it at 72 degrees and every day with the AC running, the average temperature in the room is 86 degrees. I'm very disappointed in this product and the reviews it got.
July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MartyRN It solved my problem...
There is a room in my house that was impossible to keep cool. Putting this portable AC unit in there solved the problem. The AC was ready to go, the kit to position the exhaust and intake in a window was a bit tricky, but it was doable after I figured out I needed duct-work tape (hot/cold). I took advice from other review sites and insulated the exhaust air duct, which makes the room cooler still. The person who sleeps in that room says it is 100% improvement. My problem is solved. I will be watching the electric bill to see if I have traded one problem for another ....
June 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dpk Finally feel cool
Have had this unit for a month now and it has run flawless since the day I plugged it in. It was a good investment on our part. I have had other stand up A/C units and this is the best so far.
July 12, 2016