24 Hour Air Conditioning for Only $60 USD Per Month in the Philippines?!?!

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Finally broke down six weeks back and bought an inverter air conditioner (aircon) and refrigerator (ref). If you use a lot of aircon and want to save on your electric bills, inverters seem the way to go.
Carrier .5 HP non-inverter vs BostonBay/Midea MSAB-09CR DC inverter.
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  1. I bought a split type ac end of ecq. So I’ve had it for a month now. Our elec bill for 30 days was abt 1200php. The settings are 25* C and AUTO. It cost me 22k php and 8k for the installation. It cools the entire livingroom and the master bedroom. Of course, we have the kitchen and the CR closed off.

  2. China has begun its bi-century melt down, and more and more people are looking for an alternative for Chinese products. Did you deep pocket Philippine masters hear that bell ring? NOW is the time to open Philippine manufacturing to build Philippine air conditioners! Just do not follow the Chinese business plan and manufacture junk! Charge what you need to build quality and those who can afford will buy! As time progresses you will experience lower manufacture cost and you can lower the price. If you want to that is. Quality is the key though! Then talk to your American friends to see if they would buy a Philippine product over a Chinese. Most people I know in America would in a NY minute! Do you hear those coins a jingling yet rich Southern man?๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  3. truely you are aware that the hp has a great lot to do with the performance. split system as against window AC is a no brainer ok.
    Especially when you have different HP. Also note split system if very poor performance for heating. In fact its a big no to use AC as a heater.
    but in all enjoyed the volg

  4. Great investment with the purchase of your inverter very quiet aircon, you save electricity and lower your monthly bill. I have Koppel 1 horsepower for the bedroom and 2 horsepower for the family room.

  5. Nice in-depth review Ned. I should do one about my “air-con”… a Chinese brand Mitsu super deluxe escalating FAN lol My way of life is a little less than western ๐Ÿ˜

  6. So since you are renting what happens when you move? do you take the aircon with you? I find it curious there in the P I that the landlord doesn’t pay for this sort of thing then maybe charge a little higher for the rent.

  7. Ned u got way too much time on your hands. Lol. Great video; but Iโ€™m anti China now. Your right, Chinaโ€™s quality control sucks. Poor quality on most of there products sold in the Philippines.

  8. Ned, wish you had put up a link to the Hong Kong site you talked abiut. Am having trouble finding data figures on the site (if I am even on the right site).

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