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    Portable air conditioners?

    O.k., I give up. I would like to get a portable air conditioner for my bedroom. This is the first time that I will have air condition in a place I live, so all I know about these things is what I read in the past 3 days. Offers are also a biy limited on the islands, and I have narrowed it down to two choices unless anybody convinces me that they are both crap

    Here is one from Costco

    http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product...=1&topnav=&s=1

    And one from Bestbuy

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Frigidai...&skuId=9747323

    Price is roughly the same. Any comments on which one to prefer? I like the claim to be quiet and the no hassle return with the Costco one, the Bestbuy one seems to have the basic functions and I could put it interest free on my store card. My criteria for the thing are performance, noise and hassle free maintenance, both should be plent for my small bedroom.

    Stefan

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    I would go with the Costco one because of their return policy.
    "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." --Albert Einstein

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    I don;t know much about the portables but I do know that you have to drain a pan (maintenance) and they don't work in a big ass shop like I have.

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    If its for your bedroom the I'd say go for it. I've used one in a small room and it did the job fine.

    Plus 1 on Costco.

    Pesky

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    Yeah that drain pan might be a huge PITA with your humidity... Why not a window unit?
    They are more efficient and far cheaper, plus they drain outside (well, my old one did).

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