Sealey Portable Air Conditioner Review.
The Sealey Portable Air Conditioner SAC9001 is an affordable unit for medium size rooms.
As a 3-in-1 portable air conditioner, it can be adjusted using the remote control or LCD panel — buyers say it’s simple enough for anyone to use.
Includes a built-in dehumidifier and high-speed fan.
Power: 9,000 BTU
Room size: 18 – 26 sq. metres
When you purchase, the Sealey AC it arrives mostly preassembled.
Buyers say it takes 10-15 minutes to install.
Sealey SAC9001 Air Conditioner:
Apart from the air conditioning function, the Sealey SAC9001 features some newer functions:
- Thermostat controlled cooling
- Select the exact temp you want
- No-drip design
- Water-full alert (for the dehumidifier)
As you can see it comes on wheels making it portable around the house.
Sealey air conditioner also includes a powerful dehumidifier — it’s capable of removing up to 24 litres of air moisture daily.
To help avoid leaks, the AC will beep 5 times if the dehumidifier water bin needs to be emptied — if not emptied, the dehumidifier will automatically shutoff (to avoid leaking).
Sealey Air Conditioner Review:
As an air conditioner, the digital display and remote control are easy-to-use.
You’re able to adjust the room temperature, switch to dehumidifier, or select fan speed.
Temperature: 17°C – 30°C
If using as a bedroom AC unit, the sleep mode is a nice added feature — it keeps noise level below 56 decibels.
UK Buyers also like the 24-timer — set the Sealey SAC9001 air conditioner to turn-off after you leave for work or school. (in case you forget!)
- Sealey SAC9001 (27.1 Kg)
- Remote control
- Window kit
- Extendable exhaust hose
- Wheels for portability
Sealey SAC9001 Air Conditioner Features:
- Power: 9,000BTU
- Refrigerant: R410A
- Temperature: 17°C – 30°C
- Noise level: <56 dBs
- Dehumidifier: 24 litres (per day)
- Multiple fan speeds
- 24-hour timer
Sealey Portable Air Conditioner Review
So far the Sealey air conditioner has only a few reviews, but looks good so far
The 9,000 BTU unit is very affordable and relatively quiet.
Personally I think the Sealey AC is perfect for city flats — the dehumidifier is a useful feature in the summer.
In terms of value, the Sealey 9,000 BTU air conditioner is worth considering — it’s more affordable than similar models and offers better basic functions than most.