LG LW2217IVSM Reviews.
The LG brand has a reputation for producing some of the most durable air conditioners on the market.
One of their newest window AC lines is designed w/ the latest technology available.
- Mobile app control (WiFi connection)
- Dual-inverter system
- Adjustable temp control
- 4-way air direction
LG Dual inverter system is specially designed for energy efficiency and quiet operation.
Depending on room size, the LG window air conditioners are available in four sizes:
|LG Dual Inverter||Cooling Power||Room Size|
|LW1019IVSM||9,500 BTU||350 - 450 sq. ft.|
|LW1517IVSM||14,000 BTU||500 – 800 sq. ft.|
|LW1817IVSM||18,000 BTU||800 – 1,000 sq. ft.|
|LW2217IVSM||22,000 BTU||1,000 – 1,300 sq. ft.|
Each includes a dual inverter which makes them much quieter than normal window ac units. faster cooling
For my review I’ll focus on the 22,000 BTU model (LW2217IVSM).
LG Dual Inverter Window AC Review:
Using dual inverter technology, LG’s window ACs cool faster and very energy efficient.
They’re 25% more energy efficient than Energy Start minimum standards!
Even in extreme heat, expect to save 25-40% on your electric bill!
The new line of window ACs also include LG’s SmartThinQ Technology — they quickly connect w/ your home WiFi.
Once connected, you can control all settings via the mobile app.
- Turn on or off
- Adjust room temp
- Increase/decrease power
- Switch to sleep mode (very quiet)
- Set timers
Also connect it w/ Amazon Alexa or Google Home for voice commands!
LG LW2217IVSM Review:
This is the first line of LG window ACs to include dual inverter technology.
Inside are twin rotors and a specialized compressor which delivers fast cooling + reduced energy usage.
The dual inverter also cuts out extra noise, creating an ultra-quiet performance.
Buyers are surprised how quietly it runs compared to their older window unit — it’s perfect for bedrooms!
LG LW2217IVSM: 22,000 BTU
Room Size: 1100 – 1300 sq. ft.
This ultra-quiet air conditioner runs as low as 44 decibel level, so users find it is noticeably less loud and intrusive in their homes.
Unlike other AC units that cycle on/off abruptly, this LG model continually adjusts compressor speed to create a sustainable, cool environment.
Customized cooling options:
high, mid, low, energy saver, and sleep mode
Buyers also confirm that it’s easy to install (and doesn’t require special tools or skills).
Installation: 10-15 minutes
LG Window Air Conditioner Review:
The LG LW2217IVSM puts out 22,000 BTU of power – enough to efficiently cool very large rooms up to 1300 sq. ft.
Reading buyer reviews, many use it for businesses they run. It’s a much more affordable than installing a full HVAC system (especially if you’re leasing).
The LG LW2217IVSM offers useful features such as auto restart in case of power failure, and 24-hr timer.
FYI: lots of buyers like to set a timer in case they forget to turn-off in the morning
It’s suggested that you clean it for dust and dirt 2-3x per year.
Thanks to LG’s washable air filters, this is easier than ever — there’s also a filter notification light which reminds you if it needs to be cleaned.
LG LW2217IVSM Air Conditioner:
- Capacity: 22,000 BTU
- Rooms: 1100 – 1300 sq. ft.
- Weight: 110 pounds
- Noise: 44 dBs air conditioner
- Power: 2190W
- CEER: 14.5
- Cooling Refrigerant: 570 (R32)
- Mobile app functionality = smart window AC
- 4 fan speeds
- Dual Inverter = very quiet
- 4-way air direction
- 25% better energy efficient
LG Smart Window AC Review:
- Turn on/off from anywhere
- Adjust room temperature
- Increase/decrease speed
- Set a timer
- Activate sleep mode
- (great for bedrooms!)
- Change fan speed
LG LW2217IVSM Window Air Conditioner:
Dual inverter technology and built-in WiFi capabilities make the LG LW2217IVSM one of the most advanced on the market.
At 22,000 BTU, it’s able to cool large areas quickly + keep a steady, cool temperature without cycling on and off.
It runs quietly as promised, but expect the mid and high settings to be louder than 44 decibels.
A major perk is being able to control this AC unit remotely w/ the SmartThinQ Mobile App — or connect w/ Alexa or Google Home for voice commands.
In terms of cost, it’s fairly expensive — but with so many positive buyer reviews and latest technology, it’s worth considering.
If you have the budget, having the dual-inverter + mobile app control is a nice luxury in the summer time.