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Tosot Muse 12,000 BTU 20 SEER Ductless Inverter Mini-Split Air Conditioner w/ Heat Pump EXPIRED

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Woot! has Tosot Muse 12,000 BTU 20 SEER Ductless Inverter 230-Volt Mini-Split Air Conditioner System with Heat Pump for $699.99. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime or is otherwise a flat $6 per order.

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Key Features:
  • Cooling and Heating:The Muse Series advanced compressor provides stable performance and delivery of powerful air flows even under extreme weather conditions. You can use this unit in summer when highs reach 115℉ or in the depths of winter when temperatures drop below -13℉. Be prepared for any weather.
  • With an innovative inverter technology, the variable speed will adjust automatically to achieve the target temperature. Muse's higher SEER rating also provides greater energy efficiency, saving up to 62% on energy costs compared to low-SEER units.
  • With a split system, the indoor cooling unit and outdoor compressor unit are separate, so you will never hear the hum of a loud compressor like you would with a window AC unit. The noise level you can hear from the indoor unit is only 24-31dB. It's so quiet you will barely notice it is there.
  • Certified by AHRI and ETL, the TOSOT Muse Series exceeds industry standards with high quality details. The copper pipes ensure better resistance to corrosion, and ability to withstand high pressure, which ensures the long lifespan of the unit.
  • 16.5 ft copper line set, power cord, and 19.7 ft signal cable are included for DIY enthusiasts who know how to perform electrical work, plumbing, checking for refrigerant leaks, and drilling. If not, it's recommend you find a qualified professional to help you with installation.
  • When the heating mode is activated, it will generate warm air throughout your specific heating zone without wasting energy on heating the entire home. This can help you precisely control the temperature in the room where you spend the most time.

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  • Cooling and Heating:The Muse Series advanced compressor provides stable performance and delivery of powerful air flows even under extreme weather conditions. You can use this unit in summer when highs reach 115℉ or in the depths of winter when temperatures drop below -13℉. Be prepared for any weather.
  • Powerfully Efficient:With an innovative inverter technology, the variable speed will adjust automatically to achieve the target temperature. It's win-win since you can enjoy both comfort and lower electricity usage. Muse's higher SEER rating also provides greater energy efficiency, saving up to 62% on energy costs compared to low-SEER units.
  • Incredibly Quiet: With a split system, the indoor cooling unit and outdoor compressor unit are separate, so you will never hear the hum of a loud compressor like you would with a window AC unit. The noise level you can hear from the indoor unit is only 24-31dB. It's so quiet you will barely notice it is there.
  • More Reliable: Certified by AHRI and ETL, the TOSOT Muse Series exceeds industry standards with high quality details. The copper pipes ensure better resistance to corrosion, and ability to withstand high pressure, which ensures the long lifespan of the unit.
  • Installation Tips: The 16.5 ft copper line set, power cord, and 19.7 ft signal cable are included for DIY enthusiasts who know how to perform electrical work, plumbing, checking for refrigerant leaks, and drilling. If not, we recommend you find a qualified professional to help you with installation.
  • Heating in Winter: The heating function ensures you and your loved ones are warm all winter long. When the heating mode is activated, it will generate warm air throughout your specific heating zone without wasting energy on heating the entire home. This can help you precisely control the temperature in the room where you spend the most time.

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norazi asked this question on 07-07-2022 at 12:09 PM
07-07-2022 at 12:09 PM
Yes. The a/c portion of a heat pump functions the same as a regular a/c unit. The main difference is the heat pump has a reversing valve that pumps the refrigerant backwards to heat the interior of the house with heat from ourside.
motaku96 asked this question on 07-08-2022 at 11:29 AM
07-08-2022 at 11:29 AM
This is not a portable install. You need to drill through your wall.
Gmoney20 asked this question on 07-07-2022 at 12:08 PM

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Link: [youtube.com] to someone installing this model on youtube.
I installed a 24k btu (2 ton) this winter in a 3 car garage, in the South East. Mine is 20.5 seer, rated for -5 degree. I have drywalled exterior walls in the garage, but no insulation. The garage doors are insulated.

If it's 'cold' (~30s or 20s) outside, I can heat the garage to a comfortable mid to high sixties after about two hours. Keep in mind, I'm leaving the unit off overnight, and then trying to heat up the space from ~35-40 degrees back up to 68 before the sun is fully up. Previously I had a 7kw garage heater plugged into a 30A 240V outlet that could get it comfortable in under 30 minutes. The mini split is far more cost effective.

Don't expect quick heat ups when the delta T is large. A better approach, if your garage is insulated and you're willing to spend the money, is to run the mini split 24/7 with it set at a low set point (50s) and then set it higher on demand.

In the summer, it's unreal. Today I cooled it from 95 degrees to 75 degrees in 30 minutes while it was 100 outside. It is also amazingly effective at extracting humidity.

The conventional wisdom is to not oversize the unit. You'll end up with too much humidity and short cycling. However, for a leaky garage space where I only enable the unit during occupancy, I believe I made the right choice in oversizing it. Or, perhaps it is right sized if you actually calculated it instead of using cubic foot rules of thumb.
Dude what's hilarious is that outside the US, they're actually quite cheap. I've read that they can be half price in other countries. Why this is the case... unknown.

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$1000 at HD/Amazon. 20 seer seems good for this price. Anyone have any experience with this? Would like to install in my 3 stall insulated garage mostly for heating during the winter. I know its not nearly as efficient in the cold winter months (Minnesota) but all im looking for is like 50 degrees or just warm enough to be out there.
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Where's the guy that said you can get a mini split for $300?
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Where's the guy that said you can get a mini split for $300?
Dude what's hilarious is that outside the US, they're actually quite cheap. I've read that they can be half price in other countries. Why this is the case... unknown.
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Dude what's hilarious is that outside the US, they're actually quite cheap. I've read that they can be half price in other countries. Why this is the case... unknown.
probably because they are more widespread, which brings down the price. over here, mainly everything is central air. don't forget the standard voltage throughout europe is 240v. so that's an additional expense that is added here.
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looks like normal pricing when you compare to amazon and previous home depot pioneer deals.
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$1000 at HD/Amazon. 20 seer seems good for this price. Anyone have any experience with this? Would like to install in my 3 stall insulated garage mostly for heating during the winter. I know its not nearly as efficient in the cold winter months (Minnesota) but all im looking for is like 50 degrees or just warm enough to be out there.
I don't think this will be efficient enough to heat a three door garage in Minnesota. When I lived in the Midwest, we had a garage heater that is specifically designed for that purpose, and it was really nice! I don't recall what's called, but I'm sure you can look it up easily.
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I don't think this will be efficient enough to heat a three door garage in Minnesota. When I lived in the Midwest, we had a garage heater that is specifically designed for that purpose, and it was really nice! I don't recall what's called, but I'm sure you can look it up easily.
Yeah an LP or natty gas heater would get the job done no problem. There is just a few install issues with my setup particularly that force me to think of other options.
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Link: [youtube.com] to someone installing this model on youtube.
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This is a really good price for a 12000 btu. I recently purchased the 9000 btu 230v tosot from woot for about $675 with taxes and it cools my basement very well. I live in nyc so it gets humid and muggy. The 9000 btu works well in my 20 x 40 basement. The installer said the tosot brand is very under rated and performs very well for the money. All split air units have increased 10% to 15%. This is probably the best price for a while.
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Link: [youtube.com] to someone installing this model on youtube.
Lol...he sure made it look easy. There's no way I can do that and it's hard to find an installer if you don't buy from them.
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probably because they are more widespread, which brings down the price. over here, mainly everything is central air. don't forget the standard voltage throughout europe is 240v. so that's an additional expense that is added here.
Yeap; they start from 200 € and up but we are talking way less BTU ;
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Bought one for the MIL unit I have. With the utility rebate it will end up being free. Plus you get an energy star rebate on your taxes. Thanks OP.
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$1000 at HD/Amazon. 20 seer seems good for this price. Anyone have any experience with this? Would like to install in my 3 stall insulated garage mostly for heating during the winter. I know its not nearly as efficient in the cold winter months (Minnesota) but all im looking for is like 50 degrees or just warm enough to be out there.
Hi. Just my 2 cents but with most garage installations I see people installing 24K units due to insulation in door issues. Here is a youtube review of a Mr. Cool 24K unit:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IekNusvkARo

Here is another by a guy that did a Tisot:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b67w0gEqHe8
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