Kelvinator KSE26HRA air conditioner
The Kelvinator KSE26HRA split system conventional reverse cycle air conditioner has a heating capacity of 2.65kW and a cooling capacity of 3.0kW it also features a 24 hour timer so you can programme its operation to start or stop any time of the day or night. The unit offers cost-effective air conditioning with its energy efficient economy mode. As well as ‘climate control’, other features include an energy–efficient economy mode, dehumidifier and fan-only mode.
Price$ 689.00 (AUD)
|Air conditioner type||Split system|
|Star rating (cooling)||5|
|Star rating (heating)||4|
|Warranty length (months)||60|
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