✅ TOP 5: Best Air Conditioner 2019


When it’s hot outside, sometimes you need
a little help cooling your home down. As such, it might be time to start looking
for a new window-mounted air conditioner to keep your home nice and cool, so that you
don’t roast over the summer months. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best air conditioners on the market, we have included links in the description for
each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off with the best overall air conditioner
we have the LG LW8016ER window AC. LG is a bit of a powerhouse in the window
air conditioner space. Our previous top pick was an LG air conditioner,
and so is our new one — the LG LW8016ER AC. This air conditioner has an 8,000 BTU rating,
and LG says it’ll cool a room up to 340 square feet in size, which should be more than enough
for most people. LG says that the AC can dehumidify a room
by up to 2.2 pints per hour. In other words, not only does this AC make
the room cooler, but it takes some of the stickiness out of it, too. Some air conditioners only have two settings
— on and off. Thankfully, you have a little more control
with the LG window AC. You’ll get three cooling speeds and three
fan speeds, so you don’t have to go from 0-60 right away. On top of that, there’s an energy-saving setting,
so if you don’t mind the AC taking a bit longer to cool the room, you’ll save some energy. According to reviews, the air conditioner
is even quieter than most window ACs, so while it’s probably not the quietest appliance you’ll
use, it’s better than your average AC. The main downside is still the noise. If you want a truly quiet air conditioner,
you’ll want to keep looking, and perhaps be willing to spend a little more cash. Still, the experts at the Wirecutter also
recommend this AC, and buyer reviews on Amazon are largely positive. Around 55% of the 300+ reviews are for 5 stars. Next up we have the best window AC in multiple
sizes which goes to the Friedrich Chill Series Window Air Conditioner. The Friedrich Chill Series CP08G10B Window
Air Conditioner ranges in BTU rating from 5,200 to 24,000 BTU so you can find the perfect
one for your room size, whether it’s 150 square feet or 1,400 square feet. In terms of control, you get a 24-hour timer
so you can program run times and four-way air-flow control. The unit comes with a remote control so you
don’t have to get up every time you want to change the temperature or fan setting. Friedrich’s AC has an Energy Star rating,
too, so you should save on your electricity bill. It’s a relatively quiet AC, though not as
quiet as some of our other picks. You won’t get smart features or a ton of settings,
either, but the price is great at nearly every BTU rating, so it’s worth it. Up next we have the best window air conditioner
with quiet operation which goes to the Frigidaire Gallery Quiet Temp 115V 8,000 BTU Window Air
Conditioner. If you want a slightly quieter AC for your
bedroom, Frigidaire’s galley Quiet Temp AC is a great option. It’s an 8,000 BTU AC, so it can cool rooms
up to 350-sq. ft., which should be more than enough for most bedrooms. Frigidaire says it runs at 44 decibels, though
the Wirecutter pegged it at 54 decibels during its tests. The reviewers were fast to point out that
it’s still 6 to 8 decibels quieter than every other AC they tested. Frigidaire’s AC also has a Sleep Mode that’s
meant to minimize sound while keeping you at a comfortable temperature for sleep. The AC is also an Energy Star product, so
it should help you save electricity and money in the long run if you use the Energy Saver
mode. The included remote control makes it easy
to adjust temperature, change the fan speed, and set timers. There’s only one buyer review on Walmart’s
site, but it’s for five stars. The reviewer, named Eileen, writes, “Very,
very quiet air conditioner plus does a terrific job of cooling. Well worth a few extra dollars.” Next we have the best window air conditioner
with 15,000 BTUs which goes to the LG LW1516ER Air Conditioner. If you’re looking for something better suited
to large rooms, the LG LW1516ER might be the better option for you. While the other units on this list hover in
the 5,000-8,000 BTU areas, the LG LW1516ER offers a hefty 15,000 BTU, and LG argues that
means it’ll cool rooms up to a massive 800 sq. ft. That means it might be better suited to larger
living rooms, or even rooms that aren’t in a home. Apart from being great for large rooms, this
unit offers three cooling settings, a remote control, an energy saving mode, and a 24-hour
timer so you should be able to set it to perfectly suit your needs. It’s also able to dehumidify a room up to
a massive 4 pints per hour, which is perfect to match those larger rooms. It even offers an auto restart feature in
the event of a power failure. Of course, being capable of cooling large
rooms means the unit itself is also larger. It’ll sit in at 26-inches wide, almost 27-inches
deep, and almost 17-inches high. It’s a little expensive, though not quite
as expensive as the Haier we mentioned before, with its price of $400. Next up we have the best smart window AC for
large rooms which goes to the LG 115V Dual Inverter Smart Window Air Conditioner. The LG 115V Dual Inverter Smart Window Air
Conditioner comes in sizes ranging from 14,000 BTU to 22,000 BTU, so it’s powerful enough
to cool rooms ranging in size from 800 square feet to about 1,200 square feet. If you live in a one-bedroom apartment or
a studio, it can cool your entire living space. LG’s AC has an Energy Star rating for efficiency,
so it should help lower your electricity bill by about 25%, too. The unit has four cooling and fan speeds,
as well as an Auto Cool function that optimizes cooling in your space. It has a 24-hour timer, so you can have a
set schedule for when you want your AC to turn on and off. Even though it’s a big, high-powered AC, the
LG is shockingly quiet, thanks to Lo-Decibel Operation, which brings the noise level down
to 43 dB. In addition to coming in large capacities,
this AC can connect to your Wi-Fi to enable smart features like remote app control and
voice commands if you use the Google Assistant or Amazon’s Alexa. There’s also a normal remote control and buttons
on the interface if you don’t want to get into the techy features. As a tech geek, I really liked being able
to turn my AC on with a simple voice command or with a tap in the app. It worked consistently and was easy to set
up on my home Wi-Fi network in the app in a matter of minutes. We used it on some of the hottest summer days
and it worked perfectly, cooling our entire apartment. The 14,000 BTU unit that we tested measures
23.62 by 20.67 by 24.80 inches, so it is a very large AC. It barely fit inside our window, so be sure
to measure before you buy. The 18,000 and 22,000 BTU units are even larger. And for our last pick we have the best window
air conditioner for less than $150 which goes to the 5,000 BTU homeLabs Window Air Conditioner. Looking for a great air conditioner on a budget? Don’t worry – there are still some great options
out there, and the 5,000 BTU hOmelabs Window Air Conditioner will only set you back $150,
which is much cheaper than any of the other units on this list. Not only is it cheap, but it will still offer
some excellent features. For example, the hOmeLabs AC offers two cooling
settings, seven fan speeds, and two-way airflow. It’s best for small rooms of about 150 square
feet in size, since it is a 5,000 BTU unit. While it may have fewer settings and features
than some others, the features it does have are easier to control – on the front you’ll
find two mechanical rotary controls, which means you won’t have to learn any complicated
user interface or different button combinations. Of course, there are downsides to going for
a cheaper unit – the air conditioner isn’t really capable of handling larger rooms, and
it doesn’t have as many cooling settings as others. Still, when it comes to value-for-money, this
is one of the best out there. So that sums up our top air conditioners of
2019. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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