Fujitsu ABT18LBAJ air conditioner
The Fujitsu ABT18LBAJ/ABTF18LAT air conditioner is an inverter floor/ceiling console with a 5.2kW maximum cooling capacity and a 6kW maximum heating capacity. It has automatic and manual louvre adjustment via remote control, auto restart and a sleep timer and program timer. The unit automatically switches between heating and cooling modes based on the temperature setting and room temperature.
Price$ 899.00 (AUD)
|Star rating (cooling)||3.06|
|Star rating (heating)||3.26|
|Other model names||AOT18LMAKL|
|Number of fan speeds||3|
|Remote control||Remote control included|
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