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    What is the best a/c split unit available in pakistan, which is the price, what will be electricity bill monthly if you uses 8 hours daily. 1 ton or 1.5 ton is better. please suggest and comments. I shall appreciate your quick reply.

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    I want reply from you guys. if you are using at home any a/c split unit, then please let me know??? waiting your reply.

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    Mitsu is the best in both ur required aspects.
    In local waves is said to be good and some say gree is good.\Dont ever buy Dawlance ac as i bought last year and it worked 3 days.Sloopy customer service also!!!
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    Mitsubishi is best as far as i know ,
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    Default Best 1.5 Ton AC

    AOA
    Acson has the best cooling, 1.5Ton 47K

    Also using & checked against
    Mitsu
    LG
    Gree
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    Go through following thread...

    Best AC

    Mitsubishi is not available in market till i checked last.

    next best option is korean LG

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    the BEST and most expansive is GENERAL(correct me if i am wrong,)
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    I am using PEL split AC (1.5) in my room from last three years , it has big condensor unit , still giving awesome performance ,
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    choice no 1! Mitsubishi
    Choice no 2! Haier

    Check price at your city dealer and make bargain (may be very little) 120 sq.ft with 10 feet height room require 1 ton AC and same ratio for bigger size. Also remember room fronting sun and on upper floor so electricity will be more.
    www.euroslim.com.pk; www.splash.pk

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    1.5 Tons - Panasonic
    1 Ton - General

    Nothing else, the rest are total crap in longer run. And almost all of them consume relatively equal amount of electricity in rotary type compressors. 1 Tons consume 5-6 Amperes while running compressor.
    Piston technology based compressors really chills the room in minutes but consume much electricity.

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    1st - mitsubishi
    2nd- LG
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    I m going for PEL. Mitsu has gone too high...
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    Default Split ac

    In my experience the best is Mitsibushi. Mitsubishti Heavy instustries AC ( came in market last year ) probably are better Mitubishi Electric. I have used both.

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