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400 ft²
cooling and heating portable air conditioner
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Stay cool and comfortable without the concerns of installing a heavy air conditioner in the window or affecting the exterior appearance of your home.  Unlike a traditional window air conditioner, the Hisense AP13HR2G  Portable Air Conditioner can be moved around to other rooms with ease and can cool up to a 400 square foot room. 

Airflow is strong, cool and quiet due to the new cross-flow fan design. Additionally, the louvers automatically open to a pre-set position after the unit is powered on. To adjust the automatic louver, press SWING once and simply press SWING again to hold the louver at a desired direction.

Additional features that are included with this portable air conditioner are four caster wheels, an easy-to-install window kit (for windows 18" to 50" wide), an I-Feel™ remote with a built-in temperature sensor, and a programmable clock.  Perfect for anyone, this Portable Air Conditioner also functions in 4 modes (cool, dehumidify, fan or heat) and looks as good as it functions.

quiet operation

quiet operation

With an ultra-quiet compressor and a new, cross-flow fan design, airflow is both strong and quiet, achieving just 50 dB(A) with the fan set on “Low”.

10,500 btu heating

10,500 btu heating

You can use this Portable Air Conditioner year-round in temperate climates to warm during evenings or during cold snaps.

i-feel remote

i-feel remote

The I-Feel™ temperature sensor built into the remote control senses its surrounding temperature and transmits the signal back to the unit, providing maximum comfort.

warranty

2-year warranty

This Portable Air Conditioner comes with a two-year warranty that covers parts and labor.

Model number
AP13HR2G

Specifications

Cooling capacity (BTU)
400 ft²
Heating capacity
1,350 watt heater
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