Guys Split AC 2016? Your Kind Cooperation is needed!

Hello members hope you are doing great. Well, i have few questions in mind, so your assistance would be appreciated.

1) I don't have high budget to purchase a split unit.

When i browse the internet i have come to conclusion that there is nothing else more than just a confusing stuff. So today, i was in a market and there were several shops and thay were gaga over the brands that were available on their shop. Second, i am quite surprised about the technology of inverter type. They were saying that it takes low voltages and your bill will be significantly less than what you use to pay in the past. Anyways, there were quite a few inverter types in the market and Dawlance has introduced a new one in the market with the range of 50,000. Now please guide me which company can deliver best in my PRICE range which is almost 50,000.

Kind Regards,

I am also interested to know - I am also wondering about the inverter ac's available today. I've already bought one , it was gree brand, but it was expensive, for around 76,000 . The ac however is better than our 2 ton ac we replaced it with (new ac is 1.5) - at 26, it cools a very large 10 Marla hall in about 1/2 an hour . We have solar and we intend to use the Ac with it (once we sort out the output of our system) .

There are other brands available nowadays , e.g. Orient, kenwood etc, any recommendations ?

Thanks

Boss the every other guy suggested me Dawlance and because of being local, they were saying, it will do very well for sure. I don't know whether the Makers of Dawlance told them to advertise or it was for real. That is why i got confused.

Seriosuly man, go with an inverter ac, you will never look back. It is very good for saving on electricity bills

General info, (regardless of the thread topic)

If you DONT run your inverter AC for longer periods of time ie 4-6 hours straight without loadshedding, ie on solar or generator, you WONT HAVE ANY ELECTRICITY SAVINGS at all.

Inverter AC DO COOL FASTER than conventional split AC, without going into tech details, bcz of the technology used in the outer units, as well as the type of new Gas being used in inverters which is cooler than conventional and lighter thus cools faster than conventional.

Inverters donot take LOW VOLTAGE.. they take LOW AMPS.. if you have low VOLTAGE problem in summers (less than 205v) in your area, you must put a heavy stabilizer on it.. otherwise it will damage your compressor and low voltage produces half the cooling than full 220V.

Local Brands are marketing with LOW VOLTAGE working, which is nothing more than a small stabilizer function they have preinstalled in the ac and deep frezers due to local summer low voltage problem in PK.. this is just a small workaround for our PK problems, as devices are never meant to work on low voltage.. no other international brand advertises as such, since running on low voltage is bad.. even a local low voltage ac / fridge, MUST have a stabilizer before it.

in local brands, Waves and dawlence are by far the oldest most reputed companies in terms of home appliances.. with waves being most reliable in fridges and triplets. Orient have poor build quality.. Haier work great but in case of problem only haier company repairmen can repair it, cz only they have the parts and skilled technicians for their products.. however their customer service in indeed very good and quick. 2-3 days max.

in international INVERTER brands. Acson(most expensive) >Sharp>Gree (cheapest)>LG>Panasonic.

for conventional split AC wich are most affordable, . Mitsubishi >Gree> everything else.

PS: read full post before complaining about missing or un-applicable info..

Thanks Farhan_ds. It's been really wonderful to read your post. Quite remarkable details you share with us..

"Inverter AC DO COOL FASTER than conventional split AC, without going into tech details, bcz of the technology used in the outer units, as well as the type of new Gas being used in inverters which is cooler than conventional and lighter thus cools faster than conventional."

I personally feel the enough reason to purchase Inverter Type. I just wanted to know that, are they more sensitive compared to conventional split units?