[quote=“nvd650, post:18, topic:21982”]
When did these companies introduced inverter based ACs? Sent from my SM-N910C
Haha.. you know.. People.. SMH..
Totally agreed with nvd1000....when going for an A grade AC, stick to that plan..
Mitsubishi had a 2 ton inverter 2 years back , no more.
Haier has no market stock of inverter ac this year.
Orient sucks ass, in all models.
Sharp and panasonic inverters have NO warranty.. whoever said that 3 years warranty is misguided by shopkeepers.
Though Sharp 18MV is the SEXIEST inverter ever..and panasonic is THE top quality brand.
Current market options include, Gree G10 based H1 and H2 models, which are internally same, only front panel is different... and Acson, Which is the only true malasian compressor inverter ac, with the zero torque start and minimal amps among all brands.. too bad it looks like a conventional split and costs 2x more than gree with fitting..
Just installed a Gree in home 2 days ago.. the black H1, its good looking.. .. very strange for me as i have installed an AC after many years, the indoor is a single man lift only, and even the oudoor can be lifted by a single strong person.. inverter stuff is quite light weight..
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Strong advice, pay a lot more to a good fitter.. not the shop keeper boys..
in lahore, Freeze point is a local shop on contract with orient for orient and mitsu Ac.. only Acson has TRUE Genuine company fitting by company authorized factory staff..if you get fitting done by anyone else, you wont even get warranty claim from acson.. their fitting charges without any pipe are 3k..
Gree, LG, Panasonic, dawlence pel, no brand has any company fitting staff except Acson to fit ac..so beware of market choota electricians in training who fit these ac.
luckily our guy was our well known friend who does work in governer house, secretariat and all the sectary of govt homes.. so his work is solid and top class.. its best to get your inverter ac laquered inside so as to protect from corrosion and leakage.. inverter ac are expensive shiit..spending a 1k extra now on a good fitter is a long term investment which will pay off after 4-5 years when all other options have failed.
importance of a good fitter is paramount.. our friend knows internal fitting locks of all acs, and almost every brand model.. as he is in AC repairs and fitting business for decades..all new chinese models have very delicate clips, which can be broken with the slightest of wrong pressure.. he showed me locks inside gree which werent even visible with deep inspection and torch light.. those can be broken easy and 90% people will simply ignore it and continue installation without telling you.. it does no harm instantly when every thing is new.. but after 2 -3 years of regular use and service each year, body becomes loose and doesnot fit any more,, and that canot be repaired..
ONLY GET INSTALLATION BY A PROFESSIONAL...
Just pay more now... if you can buy an 80k AC.. you can pay 1k more for lacquering and fitting...