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Hi, I'm having trouble determining whether I'm a heavy user, hence I don't know whether I should choose inverter or non-inverter.

Basically I plan to install a System 3 in my house. Normally only the MBR air con will be on during the night just before we go to sleep, on an average of 4 days per week.

Am I a heavy user?

Hi

Your usage is lesser but due to electricity for future and inverter for long runs.

I still suggest you to getting inverter model.

Inverter can be enjoy the comfortable air and silent operates.

The cheaper inverter I think is panasonic 27k Btu model.

Better use inverter you won't regret after installed and use it by everydays.

It is an Inverter work.

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from coolserve website. all is below 3k.

Panasonic - Indoor will be more noisy at quiet mode 26 and Low 29dB.

CU-3S27KKZ / CS-S9KKZW X 3

8,530 x 3 Btu/hr

$2,700.00

Daikin - indoor quiet at 22dB

3MKS50ESG / 3 X FTKS25

3 X 5,663 Btu/hr

$2,704.00

Daikin - R22 Gas - quiet at 25dB

4MKD75DVM / 3 x FTKD25DVM

3 x 7,848 Btu/hr

$2,888.00

Daikin - R410A will be more expansive than others.

3MKS71ESG / FTKS25DVM x 3

7,847 x 3 Btu/hr

$3,070.00

Mitsubishi Heavy - indoor from 24 dB

SCM60ZG-S / 3 x SKM28ZG-S

3 x 6,824Btu/hr

$2,460.00

Toshiba - Compressor from Japan. but indoor quiet from 29dB

RAS-3M20SACV / RAS-M10SKCV X 3

6,585 Btu/hr X 3

$2,810.00

Mitsubishi Electric - Best for considering cause the BTU is quite strong enough powerfull and quietest at 19dB only.

MXY-3A28VA / MSY-GE10VA x 3

8,530 x 3 Btu/hr

$2,670.00

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I agree with kimsim. One of the biggest advantages of inverter is the comfort, with constant temperature maintained through the night. I have had inverter at home for last 6 years. Now staying in my uncle's place for a few nights, and he has a new panasonic non inverter aircon. Immediately cannot tahan the constant on and off of the compressor and the room getting cold and warm repeatedly.

 

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So what do you all do with the old aircon. Sell away or just throw out?

I want to sell off my old aircon - units and compressor if possible. Any one got contacts pls post.

 

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Even if inverter type doesn't save me much on electricity bill, I plan to get inverter one for my next house for the sake of quietness and more peaceful sleep. It seems that non-inverter compressor gets very noisy after a few years. Also, don't you all notice that SP Services loves increasing electricity tariff every quarter? :D

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So what do you all do with the old aircon. Sell away or just throw out?

I want to sell off my old aircon - units and compressor if possible. Any one got contacts pls post.

Post at www.adpost.com/Sg for sell or trade with new aircon contractor.

 

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GainCity @ IMM - $4,340

Mistubishi System 4 Inverter with MXY4A28VA, MSY-GE10 *2, GE13 *2

Paid $150 to upgrade 1/2" insulator armaflex, and $494 of 4 years warranty for parts.

Served by Kelvin Lee. :jammin:

 

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Anyone heard of the new Samsung MB Model MH026FBEA series with plasma ionizer ? the price is relatively cheap for system 4 as compare with panasonic invertor system 3 plus 1 non inverter. Its $3259 for Samsung MB system 4 series. And around $3770 for the panasonic set up. Requirements : 9K for 3 rooms and 18K for living.

 

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Hi all,

I am looking at Mit Electric Sys 4 Inverter model.

3 bedroom + 1 living room.

Any recommendation for the model as there's alot of different models in coolserve website?

Thanks in advance! :D

 

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Hi all,

I am looking at Mit Electric Sys 4 Inverter model.

3 bedroom + 1 living room.

Any recommendation for the model as there's alot of different models in coolserve website?

Thanks in advance! :D

,

Use my combi then!

GainCity @ IMM - $4,340

Mistubishi System 4 Inverter with MXY4A28VA, MSY-GE10 *2, GE13 *2

Paid $150 to upgrade 1/2" insulator armaflex, and $494 of 4 years warranty for parts.

However if urs is a new flat, u can try toshiba. Made in Japan. If u want to know if u can do it, call Coolserve and give them ur block number. They are able to check that for u.

My system 4 from Coolserve will be $3899, GainCity gave an initial price of 3994. In the end, it becomes 3794. that why i went with GC.

Yday bought it, today dismantle. Came @ 11am sharp. Good!

 

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Use my combi then!

GainCity @ IMM - $4,340

Mistubishi System 4 Inverter with MXY4A28VA, MSY-GE10 *2, GE13 *2

Paid $150 to upgrade 1/2" insulator armaflex, and $494 of 4 years warranty for parts.

However if urs is a new flat, u can try toshiba. Made in Japan. If u want to know if u can do it, call Coolserve and give them ur block number. They are able to check that for u.

My system 4 from Coolserve will be $3899, GainCity gave an initial price of 3994. In the end, it becomes 3794. that why i went with GC.

Yday bought it, today dismantle. Came @ 11am sharp. Good!

The reduction of $200 is it because of the free vouchers or something.. btw how come u using 2x13? meaning 1 x 13 for ur MBR and 1x 13 for ur living room? I heard mitsubishi only the smallest btu fancoil can be placed nearest to the compressor/condensor true?

So hows their service and installation workmanship?

 

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Use my combi then!

GainCity @ IMM - $4,340

Mistubishi System 4 Inverter with MXY4A28VA, MSY-GE10 *2, GE13 *2

Paid $150 to upgrade 1/2" insulator armaflex, and $494 of 4 years warranty for parts.

However if urs is a new flat, u can try toshiba. Made in Japan. If u want to know if u can do it, call Coolserve and give them ur block number. They are able to check that for u.

My system 4 from Coolserve will be $3899, GainCity gave an initial price of 3994. In the end, it becomes 3794. that why i went with GC.

Yday bought it, today dismantle. Came @ 11am sharp. Good!

I will consider your suggestion. so you had GE13 in living room and mbr? GE10 in 2 common room?

Can you show the break down? ;) I add all up also never get $4,340.

Anyone here has purchased his/her aircon from Aron? pm me :paint:

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The reduction of $200 is it because of the free vouchers or something.. btw how come u using 2x13? meaning 1 x 13 for ur MBR and 1x 13 for ur living room? I heard mitsubishi only the smallest btu fancoil can be placed nearest to the compressor/condensor true?

So hows their service and installation workmanship?

The $200 reduction is purely just cos of sales negotiation.

I use 2*13 cos my MBR and TV Room is about the same size and the smaller ones are for common rooms. I have only gotten dismantle services which is prompt and quick.

 

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I will consider your suggestion. so you had GE13 in living room and mbr? GE10 in 2 common room?

Can you show the break down? ;) I add all up also never get $4,340.

Anyone here has purchased his/her aircon from Aron? pm me :paint:

I dont have it offhand, but mine is the R410A model and has 2 GE13, and 2 GE10 as you described.

It was about $3770 (or somewhere) then i added a few years warranty of the parts andi t became 4340.

 

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I've gotten my Mitsubishi Electric Invertor aircon @$2,400 for a 24K BTU model & $2,650 for 2 x 10K BTU model. It performs relatively well as expected of Mitsubishi Electric but reckon that it will be better if its a tad quiter. Realised that the Daikin models are far more quite than the Mitsu and performs just as well.

 

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