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evaporative type are sucks hence cheaper...!!!

they dont work if you are in the humid area... or one other days where humidity is too high to use evaporative type.

Just get the other type if you are willing to strech that $$$ bit further...

and for winter get the reverse cycling.

Go and see Paul's mate @ the THE GOOD GUYS @ cannington.

he looked after me when I needed few thing :)

cheers

Joe

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Joe

Evap ducted units work fine here in Perth if properly sized for the house area.

My last house was great on the typical hot days but yes they are not effective on humid days which are not common here. On those days I would just run the fan.

I'm getting it when the new house is completed for sure.

Two of my friends just built new homes and opted for ducted reverse cycle A/C after having Evap units and let me tell you the wives are not happy especially when the electricity bill came in.

Just my 2c worth from personal experience

Cheers

Chris

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Sean - depending on the house, it can often be cheaper to go for the split systems. Thats what I'm planning on - One small unit for my bedroom and one bigger unit for the lounge/kitchen/other end of the house..

Just an idea...

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and i wouldn't talk to me, even with my fujitsu staff discount it costs me more to buy a fujitsu aircon of anytype through the company than if i brought it through harvey norman (who have about a 200% markup on electrical goods)

cams idea is good if your on a budget.

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damn zanda i was gonna do that

how can the guy even get paid for that ad

i mean whats it called exactly.

say it slowly mark

I just bought 2 x LG artcools for $941 each wohoooo

secret prices. remember cam i will hook you up when the time comes

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he says hes paid to say it like that as a gimmick to get more ppl to call about the product, to be realled in by the sales ppl

damn zanda i was gonna do that

how can the guy even get paid for that ad

i mean whats it called exactly.  

say it slowly mark

 

 

I just bought 2 x LG artcools for $941 each wohoooo

secret prices. remember cam i will hook you up when the time comes

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