Kelvinator KSV35HRA air conditioner
The Kelvinator KSV35HRA split system reverse cycle air conditioner has an active carbon/electrostatic filter that eliminates odours and neutralises harmful gases (such as ammonia used in cleaning products). The electrostatic and dust filters trap small dust particles, smoke and pet fur – making this a great air conditioner for allergy sufferers or asthmatics. The Kelvinator KSV35HRA also features an easy–to–read backlit display remote control, as well as a digital display on the indoor unit. It has a dehumidifier and fan-only mode.
Price$ 1,059.00 (AUD)
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|Air conditioner type||Split system|
|Star rating (cooling)||5|
|Star rating (heating)||5|
|Warranty length (months)||60|
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