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Ukoke USPC02S Smart Wifi Portable 3-in-1 Air Conditioner, Dehumidifier & Fan

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Walmart has Ukoke USPC02S Smart Wifi Portable 3-in-1 Air Conditioner, Dehumidifier & Fan on sale for $369. Shipping is free.

UKOKE Tech via Amazon also has Ukoke USPC02S Smart Wifi Portable 3-in-1 Air Conditioner, Dehumidifier & Fan on sale for $369. Shipping is free.
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  • Voice Control – Ukoke's Smart Portable Air Conditioner HVAC Unit works with Alexa to easily turn ON/OFF your AC unit and adjust your desired temperature all by a voice command.
  • Mobile App Control – Download the Ukoke App in Apple App Store and Android Play Store to control your Portable AC anywhere with your smartphone, tablet or computer. Our App is your personal smartphone remote controller allowing users to easily control all Ukoke Smart Home products in one App, making home and family life easier.
  • Traditional Remote Control – Manually control your Portable AC from the digital LED display panel and provided remote control.
  • High-end technology -- 10K BTU cooling capacity cools up to 300 square feet of floor space, or a medium-sized room. Eco-friendly R410A refrigerant and efficient compressor lowers noise down to 53 dB, enough to maintain your desired temperature while sleeping.

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Walmart [walmart.com] has Ukoke USPC02S Smart Wifi Portable Air Conditioner, Works with Mobile App Control, 10000BTU, 3 in 1 AC Unit with Cool,Dehumidifier & Fan, up to 300 Sq. ft for $369 + Free Shipping.

★ Voice Control – Ukoke's Smart Portable Air Conditioner HVAC Unit works with Alexa to easily turn ON/OFF your AC unit and adjust your desired temperature all by a voice command.
★ Mobile App Control – Download the Ukoke App in Apple App Store and Android Play Store to control your Portable AC anywhere with your smartphone, tablet or computer. Our App is your personal smartphone remote controller allowing users to easily control all Ukoke Smart Home products in one App, making home and family life easier.
★ Traditional Remote Control – Manually control your Portable AC from the digital LED display panel and provided remote control.
★ High-end technology -- 10K BTU cooling capacity cools up to 300 square feet of floor space, or a medium-sized room. Eco-friendly R410A refrigerant and efficient compressor lowers noise down to 53 dB, enough to maintain your desired temperature while sleeping.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ukoke-...dsrc=staff
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They forgot the B
These things are pretty inefficient.

https://youtu.be/_-mBeYC2KGc
BTU doesn't compare when it comes to single hose portable AC's. You simply wont get the same performance out of a single hose AC as you would a Window unit since you're dumping some of your cool indoor air outside. So yes a 14000 BTU model is probably needed for your 550 sqft room.

Or buy a dual hose unit. I have a Whynter dual hose that I've used for years. Dual hose units recirculate your indoor air, making them more efficient. There is still an efficiency penalty because of the hoses. But its much lower than the single hose unit.

Window units are better, but not everyone can have them.

Midea is one of the largest OEMS for AC's. So many brands are really Midea's.

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12,000 BTU version is $20 more…
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'Ukoke' seriously? They must be having hard time coming up with these names… lol
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These things are pretty inefficient.

https://youtu.be/_-mBeYC2KGc
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'Ukoke' seriously? They must be having hard time coming up with these names… lol
They forgot the B
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They forgot the B
HAHA! The 'B' was censored.
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These things are pretty inefficient.

https://youtu.be/_-mBeYC2KGc
Yep, but they're great when needed.
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Would this be strong enough for a 550 square foot room? I had an 8000 btu lg, and I returned it. It was not strong enough so order a media 14000 btu model but it very expensive, it's coming Monday. The Media 14000 btu model is also sold by toshiba under there name, but its built by media.
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Would this be strong enough for a 550 square foot room? I had an 8000 btu lg, and I returned it. It was not strong enough so order a media 14000 btu model but it very expensive, it's coming Monday. The Media 14000 btu model is also sold by toshiba under there name, but its built by media.
BTU doesn't compare when it comes to single hose portable AC's. You simply wont get the same performance out of a single hose AC as you would a Window unit since you're dumping some of your cool indoor air outside. So yes a 14000 BTU model is probably needed for your 550 sqft room.

Or buy a dual hose unit. I have a Whynter dual hose that I've used for years. Dual hose units recirculate your indoor air, making them more efficient. There is still an efficiency penalty because of the hoses. But its much lower than the single hose unit.

Window units are better, but not everyone can have them.

Midea is one of the largest OEMS for AC's. So many brands are really Midea's.
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Unless you only plan on only using this twice a year a dual hose unit will pay for itself. Or just spend less and get more efficiency from a window unit.
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BTU doesn't compare when it comes to single hose portable AC's. You simply wont get the same performance out of a single hose AC as you would a Window unit since you're dumping some of your cool indoor air outside. So yes a 14000 BTU model is probably needed for your 550 sqft room.

Or buy a dual hose unit. I have a Whynter dual hose that I've used for years. Dual hose units recirculate your indoor air, making them more efficient. There is still an efficiency penalty because of the hoses. But its much lower than the single hose unit.

Window units are better, but not everyone can have them.

Midea is one of the largest OEMS for AC's. So many brands are really Midea's.
This is exactly why I returned the LG, I did alot more research and learned about the inaccurate btu stats, so midea had the features I wanted, wifi with google, dual hose vent, 14000 btu which is really around 10000/12000 btu, I also like how the hose comes out vertically vs horizontal and I wanted it in black, the toshiba branded one comes only in white if u want that. What also interested me was the variable speed inverter, its supposed to be more efficient and waste less electricity. I'm glad to hear midea is on of the biggest, I hope it's reliable.
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BTU doesn't compare when it comes to single hose portable AC's. You simply wont get the same performance out of a single hose AC as you would a Window unit since you're dumping some of your cool indoor air outside. So yes a 14000 BTU model is probably needed for your 550 sqft room.

Or buy a dual hose unit. I have a Whynter dual hose that I've used for years. Dual hose units recirculate your indoor air, making them more efficient. There is still an efficiency penalty because of the hoses. But its much lower than the single hose unit.

Window units are better, but not everyone can have them.

Midea is one of the largest OEMS for AC's. So many brands are really Midea's.
I second this. Dual hose is the way to go if window unit is not an option. I have used a single hose and now a double hose Haier unit, and the difference is night and day.
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This is exactly why I returned the LG, I did alot more research and learned about the inaccurate btu stats, so midea had the features I wanted, wifi with google, dual hose vent, 14000 btu which is really around 10000/12000 btu, I also like how the hose comes out vertically vs horizontal and I wanted it in black, the toshiba branded one comes only in white if u want that. What also interested me was the variable speed inverter, its supposed to be more efficient and waste less electricity. I'm glad to hear midea is on of the biggest, I hope it's reliable.
Midea makes a Dual Hose, inverter portable AC for $599. If you MUST go with a portable vs a window, this is probably the most efficient unit in terms of both cost to run, and ability to cool. They also combined the two hoses into a single larger piece which is kind of cool

https://www.midea.com/us/Air-Cond...MAP12S1TBL

https://www.amazon.com/MIDEA-MAP1...091CHK173/
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Would this be strong enough for a 550 square foot room? I had an 8000 btu lg, and I returned it. It was not strong enough so order a media 14000 btu model but it very expensive, it's coming Monday. The Media 14000 btu model is also sold by toshiba under there name, but its built by media.
No. That's too big of a space. With this size you can expect to cool a 300sqft room at best. Like others have said, buy a dual hose. I have a whynter 12k btu unit running nonstop for a year and it works amazingly well for a 400sqft apt. It uses 1.2kwh of electric power (measured by killawatt in FL's heat)so it's not the worst I've seen but it could be better.
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