Shinco Portable Air Conditioner Review : Shinco SPS5-14H

Shinco SPS5-14H Portable AC.

The Shinco SPS5 is an affordable air conditioner + heater.

In terms of cooling and heating, the Shinco 14,000 BTU AC is energy efficient, making it perfect for larger rooms.

Cooling Area: 500 – 650 sq. ft.

Heating Area: 300 – 450 sq. ft.

It’s also moderately quiet, operating below 55 decibels (on first speed level).

If using as a bedroom portable air conditioner, I suggest the Shinco SPF2-12C which is a little quieter + good for cooling mid-sized bedrooms.

For other room sizes, the Shinco SPS is avail in multiple sizes.

Shinco Air Conditioner Cooling Power Room Size Heater
SPS5-08C8,000 BTU200 sq. ft.No
SPS5-10C10,000 BTU300 sq. ft.No
SPS5-12C12,000 BTU400 sq. ft.No
SPS5-14H14,000 BTU650 sq. ft.Yes

The Shinco SPS5-14H is the only one which includes the heater — the others are only Shinco Air Conditioners.

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Shinco SPS5 Portable Air Conditioner Unit

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Shinco SPS5-14H Air Conditioner:

Shinco’s SPS5 acs are the newest models they released this year and so far they’ve gotten very good reviews.

The Shinco SPS5-14H portable air conditioner is their most popular in this line of acs.

Features include:

  • 4-in-1 functionality
    • ac cooling, fan, heater, dehumidifier
  • Energy saving mode
  • Self-evaporative system
  • Silent mode
  • Remote control

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The SPS5-14H is a high-powered portable air conditioner.

As a 14,000 BTU unit it can cool larger rooms up to 650 sq. ft. — perfect for very large master bedrooms, living rooms, and homes w/ open layouts (ex: living room and kitchen combo).

It comes with a built-in dehumidifier and room heater for winter.

The dehumidifier is one of the most powerful on any portable ac unit — it can remove up to 105 pints per day.

Dehumidifier: 10-12 gallons (daily)

One buyer confirms that it works well in high-humidity areas near water and below sea level.

Similar dehumidifiers cost around $300 and don’t include an air conditioner.

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Shinco SPS5 Portable AC

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What’s included:

By purchasing the Shinco SPS5 you receive the following install items:

  • Shinco air conditioner (65 pounds)
  • Vent hose and exhaust hose
  • AC installation kit
  • Remote control
  • 4 caster wheels

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You can adjust the Shinco air conditioner using the LED display panel at the top or with the remote control.

  • Model: SPS5-14H
  • Power: 14,000 BTU
  • Cooling Area: 500 – 650 sq. ft.
  • Heating Area: 300 – 450 sq. ft.
  • Noise level (dB): ≤ 55 decibels
  • Dehumidifier: 10-12 gallons daily
  • Energy Saver mode
  • Multiple speeds
  • Easy installation

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Shinco SPS5 Portable Air Conditioner

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Shinco SPS5-14H Review:

Even though the Shinco SPS5 models are a bit newer, they’re already receiving top ratings.

I was surprised at the price — it’s very affordable compared to similar units and in my opinions should be 20-30% more expensive than it is.

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Price is below $500 and it should probably be in the $550-650.

Dehumidifiers which remove 10-12 gallons per day cost $300+ (without the ac function).

Overall, a great value purchase.

For anyone living in a high-humidity area, the Shinco portable air conditioner is certainly an option worth considering.

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2 thoughts on “Shinco Portable Air Conditioner Review : Shinco SPS5-14H”

  1. I have the Shinco SPS5 14000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner Unit + 11000 BTU Heater and purchased it over the summer. We used the heater a few times and now it doesn’t work at all and blows out nothing but cool air. Any suggestions?

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    • Hi Liz – sorry to hear that the heat function isn’t working for you. The dehumidifier can sometimes disrupt the heat mode. Have you checked the water bin? The AC uses he water to cool the coils, but if using the heater and dehumidifier the water won’t get used up. Hope this helps!

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