Panasonic CS/CU-W7DKR air conditioner
The Panasonic CS/CU-W7DKR 2.3kW reverse cycle split air conditioner features a super alleru-buster filter that combines three effects in one – anti allergen, anti-virus and anti-bacteria protection, it also has an odour-removing function. This function ensures that there's no unpleasant odour when the unit starts up. The fan remains off momentarily at start up, while the source of the odour inside the air conditioner is suppressed. The front panel is easy to keep clean (it can be washed in water) and it can be quickly removed in a one-step operation.
Price$ 939.00 (AUD)
|Air conditioner type||Split system|
|Star rating (cooling)||5|
|Star rating (heating)||6|
|Remote control||Remote control included|
|Warranty length (months)||60|
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