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Lowe's has Honeywell MN Series 14,000 BTU Dual Hose Portable Air Conditioner w/ Dehumidifier and Remote Control (MN14CCDWW) on sale for $279.99 (price will display in cart). Shipping is free or you may opt for free store pickup where available. Thanks swayzka
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Portable unit cools and dehumidifies a room up to 700 sq. ft.

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I'm not sure if these are in stores, but I was able to ship to store and will receive the item on Saturday. Regular price is $689. Sale price was $279. I was also able to use military to save an additional 10% off of the sale price ($28).

Item#: 2601455
Model#: MN14CCDWW

• Portable unit cools and dehumidifies a room up to 700 sq. ft

• 14,000 BTUs ASHRAE/8,000 BTUs DOE

• Dual-hose system for faster, more efficient cooling

• Adjustable Temperature 61°F to 89°F (16°C to 32°C)

• Dehumidification up to 95 pints per 24 hours

• Powerful air flow (194 cfm) and quiet operation (51-53 dbA)

• Includes window venting kit for quick and easy installation

• Premium LCD display with feather touch controls

• Full function remote control for easy operation across the room

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I don't need this, but I'm glad to see a dual-hose A/C finally come down to a reasonable amount.

For those of you who don't understand the difference, a conventional window A/C uses outside air to cool the refrigerant in the compression phase of the cycle by pulling it through the side vents, then blows the heated air out through the fins in back. Most inexpensive portable A/Cs draw in air from the room to cool the refrigerant, then blow that air outside through the single hose, which means you're losing cooled air when the system runs. A dual hose portable works the same as a window A/C: it draws in air from outside through one hose, blows it through the compression coils, then blows the hot air out the other hose.
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If it ships great deal.
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I don't need this, but I'm glad to see a dual-hose A/C finally come down to a reasonable amount.

For those of you who don't understand the difference, a conventional window A/C uses outside air to cool the refrigerant in the compression phase of the cycle by pulling it through the side vents, then blows the heated air out through the fins in back. Most inexpensive portable A/Cs draw in air from the room to cool the refrigerant, then blow that air outside through the single hose, which means you're losing cooled air when the system runs. A dual hose portable works the same as a window A/C: it draws in air from outside through one hose, blows it through the compression coils, then blows the hot air out the other hose.
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TY OP, GREAT DEAL!

Item Total$279.99
ShippingFREE
Tax$15.75
Military Discount- $28.00
Total Savings$28.00
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$267.74
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14000BTU (8000BTU, DOE)
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I don't need this, but I'm glad to see a dual-hose A/C finally come down to a reasonable amount.

For those of you who don't understand the difference, a conventional window A/C uses outside air to cool the refrigerant in the compression phase of the cycle by pulling it through the side vents, then blows the heated air back out through the fins in back. Most inexpensive portable A/Cs draws in air from the room to cool the refrigerant, then blows that air outside through the single hose, which means you're losing cooled air when the system runs. A dual hose portable works the same as a window A/C: it draws in air from outside through one hose, blows it through the compression coils, then blows the hot air out the other hose.
Good to know the dual-hose design exists. The single-hose design was worthless. Sold mine for cheap just to get rid of it.
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got one ship to store. thanks op
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Thanks. I was able to ship to home for free as well.
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I think changes were made between 2017-2018 on how the units BTUs are calculated. The DOE one is supposedly more accurate.
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what's this mean?

14,000 is basically like the old theoretical rated output, DOE is the new BTU output guidelines. Actual/likely BTU's vs the old way of rating them simply put.
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NICE, thanks OP.
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Good deal. Thanks OP
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Thanks, in for one, fingers crossed.
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