Which Air Conditioner is better? EER rating? Brand?
I'm having trouble deciding which air conditioner to get, and would like some help.
The difference between them is basically brand, amps and EER. I was set on the just released Frigidaire FFRE0533Q1[ajmadison.com] as the EER is 11.2 -very hard to find in this btu size. When researching, I had also looked at Friedrich Chill Series CP05G10[ajmadison.com] that has 10.7 EER. Are amps important? The Frigidaire is 3.9 amps, versus Friedrich 4.8 amps. Is the EER (and amps) difference between them a significant consideration in overall electricity usage?
I have an opportunity to buy the Friedrich (open box return) for $145 (reg $200). The Frigidaire goes for $200, but should eventually go on sale. I know the better brand is Friedrich, but I Frigidaire is pretty good too. Which would would you buy and why?
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Dont the amps coincide with the EER? Is it the quality of parts that help determine how the EER is rated? How did you figure out the btu? Based on your room size or btu needed should push you in the right direction. Im just throwing things out there that may help in your decision.
And I would get the Frigidaire, It's worth it just for the extra efficiency. As much as you are going to use it it's worth it. I didn't know you could even buy a small window unit with that high a EER.
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