Kelvinator KSE70HRB air conditioner
The Kelvinator KSE70HRB split system, conventional reverse cycle air conditioner delivers a powerful 7kW cooling capacity and a 7.3kW heating capacity. The unit has an economy mode, an easy–to–read backlit display remote control, a digital display on the indoor unit, as well as a dehumidifier and fan-only mode. Its carbon/electrostatic filter works to eliminate noxious odours and neutralise harmful gases, as well as removing small dust particles and allergens from the air in your home.
Price$ 1,319.00 (AUD)
|Air conditioner type||Split system|
|Star rating (cooling)||4.5|
|Star rating (heating)||4.0|
|Warranty length (months)||60|
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