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    I just bought an investment house and need a couple of twin head units.....

    The swampy has to go...

    See what Harvey Norman have got....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoe View Post
    I just bought an investment house and need a couple of twin head units.....

    The swampy has to go...

    See what Harvey Norman have got....

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    Closest good guys is 600km away.....



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    Quote Originally Posted by hoe View Post
    Closest good guys is 600km away.....
    Ask if they deliver?



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    Harvey Norman might price match....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoe View Post
    Harvey Norman might price match....

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    look at appliances online mate have dealt with them before, same product delivered cheaper

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    swampy is economical to run. I've been really happy with my new unit. I oversized and it works so much better than the old unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeroyPatrol View Post
    swampy is economical to run. I've been really happy with my new unit. I oversized and it works so much better than the old unit.
    How does it go on a 40 degree humid day?

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    Depends upon the humidity. Where are you located? Our Swampy works well in South Oz.
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    split is the best option, mainly because if it does get hot our way espcially after a thunderstorm etc the humidity is a killer

    prefer a split.May cost more to run but that is negated by the solar install

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoe View Post
    How does it go on a 40 degree humid day?

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    depends on Humidity. But it's moving the air so that obviously helps when humid. It's never going to be as good as refridgerative cooling but it's a great option for the entire house. I also turn the pump off later in the evening and have it pump the cool air in from outside.
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