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Tips to choose the best brand air conditioner

By on April 19, 2015

A few days back we published an article on tips to buy an air conditioner (link) and since then we got several requests from people asking for tips to buy air conditioner. Although we covered most things related to technology on that article but there was one thing that we did not cover: which is selection of a brand. And this came up consistently when we discussed about air conditioners with people. The most common statement that we received was “all this is fine, but which brand should I buy?”. At Bijli Bachao, it is our consistent effort to be impartial in our tips and ideas and we try to avoid naming brands. We make sure that our suggestions talk more about technology rather than endorsing a specific brand. So we will try to answer this question as pragmatically as possible.

Air Conditioner

There are multiple bands of Air Conditioners available in Indian market and it all makes it confusing for people to decide on which brand to buy. Although we had published an article in the past covering various brands of air conditioners and the number of energy efficient air conditioners that they offer (link). But the list is more on numbers, market share and BEE star rating. We also have a link that lists the top ten air conditioners by energy efficiency (link) but that is again only on BEE star rating. When someone decides on a brand, the decision goes beyond numbers and is equally qualitative than quantitative. Air Conditioners can contribute about 30-40% of electricity costs in a household so it is very important to make a right choice while buying one. So here is our analysis:

Air Conditioner brands that are known for their air conditioning technology

There are some brands that are known for their Air Conditioning technology. These companies have done extensive research on the subject of cooling and provide the best in class technology. Their models are energy efficient and also last longer than most air conditioners. In few of our energy audits, we have observed that models of such brands give higher efficiency even when they are quite old (obviously they need to be maintained well as well). But better technology makes them last longer and provide better efficiency.

Most such brands are expensive to buy. So the capital cost is high, but the efficiency factor makes them pay back for themselves in terms of energy savings as well as longevity. The caveat is that they may not have service centers available in smaller cities, which may make maintenance of the air conditioner a little difficult.

Generic brands that are into multiple appliances

There are some brands that sell a lot of kinds of appliances and are generic. They may not be expert in cooling technology, but the models that they offer are above average. Because of their focus on multiple things, their models may not be the best in the market, but they provide very competitive pricing. Models of these brands are slightly cheaper than those of the brands with “best technology”. These may turn out to be value for money if the use of air conditioner is not very high.

Many such brands have larger market penetration and thus their presence is there in remotest of locations in the country. Getting access to their service is quite easy, and thus regular maintenance of these models is possible.  Many of these brands have energy efficient models but the longevity of those will not be as good as the ones with “best technology” brands. But as said, they can be great value for money if the use is less.

Inexpensive brands

There are some brands that provide cheapest models in the market. It is an observation that they hardly focus on energy efficiency and thus most of their models are low on star ratings. These brands may provide inexpensive models but the lower energy efficiency increases the electricity bills. If they use is high, they can significantly increase your electricity bills. As we discussed in one of our previous articles that it is not just the capital cost that is important while buying an appliance, it is also the operating cost that is important (link and link). Most appliances consume more money during their operation than while buying, so it is a factor that one needs to keep into consideration. If you are really challenged with money and do not have any option then buy an inexpensive brand, but keep a note that it can increase your electricity bills.

Finally going for a brand also has a lot of emotional factors and people prefer buying a brand because of their good experiences in the past. And that also matters a lot. The guidelines that we have given above can help you identify with a brand, but ultimately it is your brand preference that will make you choose one. It is good to keep one thing in mind that an AC bought will be with you for almost 10 years, so make the right choice keeping in mind all the costs involved.

Here is a short video for tips to buy the best air conditioner in India


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There Are 221 Comments

  1. Noor Shaikh says:

    Hi BijliBachao Team,
    Firstly I appreciate good work you are doing in conserving environment by making people aware of useful information towards achieving energy efficiency goals.

    I am looking for 1 ton or 1.1 Ton inverter air condition with good performance and longevity.

    My short listing of model is

    Brand Model EER Ratio (Cooling) Tonnage Price
    Sharp AH-XP13PMT 3.83 1.1 37896
    Sharp AH-X13PET 3.83 1.1 32346
    Sharp AH-XP13LV 3.83 1.1 31700
    LG BS-Q126B8R8 3.47 1 38900
    LG BS-Q126B8A4 3.47 1 37000

    After all the research I see all aluminium condenser with Rotary compressor is good. I would like to know out of above models which all are having all aluminium condensor.
    Built quality wise and service which brand has better rating in Mumbai.
    I have not been able to get the price listed above which I have seen in one of your replies to one of the queries. Please help to find such a deal near byculla area in Mumbai.

    I appreciate your help to get this information.Thanks in advance.

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Noor,
      Sharp uses copper coils and LG uses aluminium coils. Aluminium are highly efficient but they are prone to corrosion in humid areas. So if you want to go for aluminium condenser go for LG and if you want to go for copper condenser go for Sharp.

      You would have to check with your salesman for price in your region. We do not have a list for that.

  2. S.Roy says:

    Hi BB team,
    I want a split ac for 11’x19’x10 bed room, 1st floor in G+3. The wall where the ac is to be fitted has sunlight from sunrise til 1 o’clock . Average daily usage in summer 12-14 hrs(including 3-4 hrs at noon). Day time temp. reaches around 45-50 Celsius and very hot n dry wind at day time. Electric unit charge Rs10/unit. My 1st preference is low electric bill , 2nd good after sales service, 3rd low maintenance cost.Budget under 40k.
    Now as per this conditions which brand & model, ton and inverter / non-inverter should I opt for ?
    Thanks in advance,
    S.Roy

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Mr Roy,
      Which city do you live in?

      • S.Roy says:

        Near by Asansol , West Bengal.

        • Bijli Bachao Team says:

          Hi Mr Roy,
          According to our calculation your room requires 1.8 tons of cooling. Since your usage is high we recommend you to go for 1.8 ton inverter AC.

          You can look at these 1.8 ton inverter ACs

          brand model eer_ratio price
          DAIKIN FTKP60PRV16 3.4 57690
          DAIKIN FTKV60NRV16 3.4 52990
  3. biswa says:

    Hello BB team
    thnx for helping out people for choosing right ac for their need. I am a bank employee I need to install one ac abt 1.5 tonn and made up my for carrier duraedge+ but after hearing frm a sales dealer they opined me to go for a brand whch have a good service coverage as my transfers will be frequent and into some remote areas in my job. I am currently working at baramba, Cuttack which is abt 90 km frm bhubaneswar. Where there is frequent powercuts and might voltage fluctuations so i need your suggestions regarding this. I also want to know which brand has a wider after sales service coverage? N I also want to see my electricity bill at a lowerside at the end of the month. Please suggest me a perfect model n brand which has a low maintenance also.

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      LG, Samsung and Voltas would have the widest service network amongst all brands. Inverter technology Air Conditioners will have the lowest electricity bills but they will have slightly higher maintenance cost. The choice will depend on your total usage of AC in hrs/year. Also you will have to protect your AC from voltage fluctuations and surges if the power quality in your area is bad.

  4. V.K.SETHI says:

    Recently KENSTAR Split AC’s with 1.5 T and 1 T rating with 5 star have come in the market. Any feed back on KENSTAR AC’s from your side in terms of star rating and technology

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Mr Sethi,
      Kenstar are new in the market in the field of ACs. We have got good user feedback that it works well. But the durability of Kenastar ACs has to be seen so cannot comment on it.

    • V.K.SETHI says:

      Any comments / evaluation done by Bijlibachao team on the star rating, Technology used and cooling coil materials used by KENSTAR

      • Bijli Bachao Team says:

        Hello Mr Sethi,

        Kenstar has models in all Star ratings. They even have BEE 5 star rated models having EER of 3.51 (barely 5 star :) ). They have PFC condensers so it is not copper, but is aluminium. They do not have inverter technology compressors, and they only have fixed speed compressors. They are new entrants in Air Conditioning space and have priced their products aggressively to get entry into the market. Their durability is yet to be tested as this is the first year we are seeing them in the market.

  5. B P Sarangi says:

    Hi BB team,

    I need to install a split airconditioner in my 12’x10’x9′ size bed room. This room os at top floor of an G+4 apartment. Direct sunlight comes roof as well as 2 walls of this room 5 hrs a day. I am going to use this AC during summer nights only for about 5 to 6 hrs per day at moderate tempremature. I am from Kolkata where humidity during summer is too high. Please suggest the best tonnage, brand and rating of AC I should go for.
    I am using one 1.5 Ton 2 star LG split AC in my master bed room of same size but having lesser Sun light over walls since last 6 yrs. But it consumes more electricity. Please help ASAP.

    Thanks in advance,
    B P Sarangi,
    Kolkata

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Mr Sarangi,
      According to our calculation your room requires 1 tons of cooling if your usage is only at night. Since your usage is only in summers we recommend you to go for a BEE 3star 1 ton AC.
      1.5 ton AC is oversized for your master bedroom that is why it is consuming more electricity.

      You can look at these BEE 3star 1 ton AC for your bedroom :

      brand model eer_ratio price
      HITACHI RAU412HTD 3.29 29100
      HITACHI RAU412KTDP 3.29 33640
      HITACHI RAU312HUD 3.29 31644
      HITACHI RAU312EVD 3.29 36290
      HITACHI RAU312HVD 3.29 34990
      SAMSUNG AR12HC3ESLW 3.29 29433
      SAMSUNG AR12HC3TFUR 3.29 28400
      SAMSUNG AR12HC3USUQ 3.29 25944
      HITACHI RAU412HTDD 3.28 28600
      HITACHI RAU312KUDB 3.28 29177
      CARRIER DURAEDGE PLUS K+ (1.0T) 3.27 33000
      DAIKIN FTC35PRV16+RC35PRV16 3.25 28390
      MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MS-HK13VA 3.24 27200
      LG LSA3NP3F 3.2 26433
      LG LSA3AP3M 3.2 27433
      LG LSA3MP3M 3.2 28833
      LG LSA3SP3M 3.2 27990
  6. dashingvishal says:

    I am planning to buy Blue Star CNHW12CAF Interverter AC. (My requirement – 1 ton inverter ac for Bangalore weather) Can you please give more insights like should i go for it, how is this model and Is blue star ac works perfectly. Are there any other options in price range of 35-37k.

    Thanks

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Vishal,
      There are several factors that one need to consider while buying AC:

      1) Tonnage of AC: Depends on several factors, but primarily on size of room, city where you live in, window sizes, people in the room. Oversized AC consumes more electricity, and undersized does not cool properly.

      2) Star Rating: Choice of BEE 5 star/inverter tech or a lower rating depends on your usage of AC. If your usage is more than 1000 hrs per year (with tariff more than Rs 5), it is better to go for higher efficiency models. Benefit of inverter tech is that it is a variable tonnage AC and as the tonnage requirement is different every month and every day, this AC auto adjusts to the needs and thus saves electricity.

      3) Brand: Some brands offer better reliability/technology and some have better service network. One has to factor in both. Once you have decided on star rating, the most efficient models from good brands can be selected.

      If you provide us with more details as in which city you are in, what is the size of your room, which floor they are on, is there any floor above it, are the walls exposed to sun, usage in hours per day and months per year, and approximate budget, then we can suggest you something.

      • dashingvishal says:

        I am in Bangalore, room size is 10*10, first floor, no floor above it, walls are exposed to sun for 4-5 hours from sunrise to noon, Usage approx – 15-16 hours daily, budget 30-40k (including installation and stabilizer etc)

        • Bijli Bachao Team says:

          Hi Vishal,
          According to our calculation your room requires 1 tons of cooling. Since your usage is very high we recommend you to go for 1/1.1 ton inverter AC.

          You can look at these 1/1.1 ton inverter ACs.

          Brand Model EER Ratio (Cooling) Tonnage Price
          Sharp AH-XP13PMT 3.83 1.1 37896
          Sharp AH-X13PET 3.83 1.1 32346
          Sharp AH-XP13LV 3.83 1.1 31700
          Haier HSU-12HQAB (R2DB) 3.54 1 39888
          Samsung AR12HV5NBWK 3.52 1 35800
          Samsung AR12HV5DAWK 3.52 1 38640
          LG BS-Q126B8R8 3.47 1 38900
          LG BS-Q126B8A4 3.47 1 37000
          • dashingvishal says:

            I have purchased blue star 1 ton inverter Ac model no CNHW12CAF…

            How is this model?

          • Bijli Bachao Team says:

            Hi Vishal,
            Bluestar CNHW12CAF 1 ton inverter AC has an EER of 3.21. Bluestar is a good brand.

  7. Nikhil agarwal says:

    Hi,

    Is buying it online safe? Are the warranties valid?

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Nikhil,
      You may refer to this article : https://www.bijlibachao.com/general-tips/things-to-take-care-while-buying-appliances-online-ac-refrigerator-which-website-better.html

  8. Baikuntha says:

    Hi BB team,
    I am from Bhubaneswar, Orissa. I want to install an ac in 1st floor room size 15ftx18ftx9ft having window facing south of size 6ftx5ft. One steel almirah of size 8ftx4ftx3ft,One box bed of size 7ftx6ftx3.5ft occupies the room. one wall south side of the room faces sunlight during afternoon 7 there is another floor above the room in the building. pls guide me about the reqd toonage of ac and my usage being 6 hours at night for summer 3 months, pls also guide me about the star i shlould look for. I am really confused about brand selection. My budget being upto 40k and wanting an ac for tensionless 7/8 years durability. initially made up my mind for daikin or hitachi, but really worried about finding reviews in mouthshut about their poor service & so so bad things. pls guide me about the right brand having good service and durable product.

    Baikuntha

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Baikuntha,
      According to our calculation your room requires 1.8 tons of cooling. So we recommend you to go for a BEE4/3 star 1.8 ton AC. Forget Hitachi and Daikin almost all the brands will have negative feedback on mouthshut. Because most of the people who put reviews on the mouthshut are those who have had a bad experience with a particular brand. Very rarely would someone who have been using an AC for 4-5 years and is satisfied with his AC will put his review on mouthshut.
      There are two types of online reviews one is instant review like on Amazon and flipkart where people provide feedback immediately after purchase and another is when people experience problem with AC after a period of time and they put their review on mouthshut. It does not mean that Hitachi, Daikin or any other brand always have a poor service.
      We would recommend you to consult with your local dealers and your neighbours who have used the particular ACs to know about the particular brand of ACs services and quality.
      Since you are living in a coastal area you should go with an AC which has copper pipes and blue fin condensers.

      You can look at these BEE4/3 1.8 ton AC.

      brand model eer_ratio star_rating price
      DAIKIN FT60MV16+R60MV16 3.4 4 49000
      DAIKIN FTF60PRV16+RF60PRV16 3.4 4 50630
      DAIKIN FTC60PRV16 3.25 3 42024
      • Baikuntha says:

        Hi BB Team,
        Thanks for ur quick response & very precise answer. Given to believe by some of the dealers that Hitachi & Daikin do not have any company service centre at Bhubaneswar & they only operate through 3rd party operated service centres not having expertise to handle above stated machines. pls guide if the above is true ! Also, pls confirm if LG, bluestar & voltas have 3 star models with copper pipes and blue fin condensers & amongst these 3 which will be best.
        Baikuntha

        • Bijli Bachao Team says:

          Hi Baikuntha,
          LG uses PFC condensers. Only Bluestar and Voltas use copper pipes and blue fin condenser.

          You can look at these BEE 5/3 star 2 ton ACs:

          brand model eer_ratio star_rating price
          VOLTAS 2.0T 245 DY 3.55 5 42988
          VOLTAS 2.0T 243 CYa 3.2 3 38999
          BLUESTAR 3HW24VC 3.17 3 40734
          BLUESTAR 3HW24FB 3.16 3 NA

          We recommend you to go for Voltas 2.0T 245 DY 2 ton BEE 5star AC.

  9. Pavan says:

    Hi Abhishek,

    I am planning to install 2 AC’s in 2 of my rooms in the house which is in Bangalore (Avg. summer temperature is between 32 to 36 degrees). Specifications for each room is given below:

    Room 1:
    Room Location: Ground floor (one more floor above this room)
    Room Facing: South West Corner
    Room Area: 160 Sq. ft
    Room height: 11 feet
    Windows: 20 Sq. ft on the Western side

    Room 2:
    Room Location: First floor (open terrace above)
    Room Facing: South West Corner
    Room height: 11 feet
    Room Area: 200 Sq. ft
    Windows: 50 Sq. ft on the Southern side and 20 Sq. ft on western side

    Majority of the time, each room will be occupied by 2 people. Usage will be for a maximum of 5 hours per day for 4 to 5 month a year for both the rooms. Kindly suggest the most efficient AC (in terms of required tonnage, brand, utility and cost effectiveness) that can be installed. Also, note that we do not face voltage fluctuations as such.

    Thank you in advance for your help.

    Regards,
    Pavan

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Pavan,
      According to our calculation your first room on ground floor requires a cooling of 1.4 tons. Since your usage is less we recommend you to go for a BEE 3star 1.5 ton AC.
      Your second room on first floor requires a cooling of 2 tons. So we recommend you to go for a BEE 3star 2 ton AC.

      You can look at these BEE 3star 1.5 ton AC

      brand model eer_ratio price
      HITACHI RAU318HUD 3.29 35444
      HITACHI RAU318HVD 3.29 39990
      HITACHI RAU318EVD 3.29 41290
      MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MS-H18VA 3.29 43630
      CARRIER DURAEDGE PLUS K+ (1.5T) 3.27 38000
      DAIKIN FTC50PRV16 3.25 32490
      BLUESTAR 3HW18HAF 3.24 33333

      You can look at these BEE 3star 2 ton ACs :

      brand model eer_ratio price
      HITACHI RAU424ETD 3.29 47300
      HITACHI RAU424HTD 3.29 46400
      HITACHI RAU424HTDW 3.29 50850
      SAMSUNG AR24HC3TFUR 3.23 41000
      HITACHI RAU323HUDD 3.21 44900
      GENERAL ASGA24ACT 3.2 52000
      HITACHI RAU423KTDB 3.2 46190
      HITACHI RAU323KUDB 3.2 49555
      BLUESTAR 3HW24FA 3.18 39133
      LG LSA6NP3F 3.18 38833
      LG LSA6AP3M 3.18 41533
      PANASONIC CS-XC24PKY 3.18 45800
      BLUESTAR 3HW24VC 3.17 40734
      MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MS-HK24VA 3.17 44444
      PANASONIC CS-TC24PKY 3.17 42700
      • Pavan says:

        Thanks a ton for your 1.5 and 2 ton advice Abhishek :). Will definitely look at what works best for me from the options you gave above and give you a feedback on the same.

        Thanks once again!!

        Regards,
        Pavan.

  10. Sukant says:

    Hi,
    I want to know which are the best split ac available to buy between 40000-45000 with 1.5 ton of capacity

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Sukant,
      You can look at these most efficient 1.5 ton inverter ACs in the range of 45k:

      Brand Model EER Ratio (Cooling) Price
      Sharp AH-XP18PHT 3.66 43690
      Sharp AH-X18PET 3.66 41700
      SHARP AH-XP18MV 3.66 45500
      Carrier Kurve Inverter (1.5T) 3.57 43900
      Samsung AR18HV5NFWK 3.55 43500
      Daikin FTKP50PRV16 3.46 42850
  11. D.Ravikumar says:

    Hi Abhishek,

    I live in an independent house in Hyderabad. I would like to fix an AC in our bedroom ( 3 occupants) on the 1st floor (with open terrace on top).The room is 160 sq ft with 10- 12 ft high ceiling & glass windows of 63 sq ft and it is on the S-W side. I would be using the AC for 7 to 8 hrs a day. We do have power cuts & voltage fluctuation during Summer at this part of the City (22 km away from City)

    I would like to go for a branded AC Unit with is really energy efficient and durable; but it should also be reasonably priced ( budget below Rs 45000/-)
    Should I go for the 5 star rated Model or with an inverter. ? Which is more suitable for my room and usage ?. Kindly suggest a branded AC Unit with the right tonnage, energy efficient and durable.

    Ravikumar

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Ravikumar,
      According to our calculation your room requires 1.7 tons of cooling. If your usage is at night only you can go for a BEE 5star 1.5 ton AC or a 1.5 ton inverter AC. If your usage will also be at daytime, we recommend you to go for either a 1.5 ton inverter AC or a BEE 5star 1.7 ton AC.
      If your area has power cuts and voltage fluctuation we recommend you to go for a voltage stabilizer with good surge protection for your AC.
      Inverter ACs are about 30% more energy efficient compared to a BEE 5star AC. An inverter AC would save electricity compared to a BEE 5star AC even for one hour of usage so if it fits in your budget we recommend you to go for inverter AC.

      You can look at these 1.5 ton inverter ACs in the range of 45k:

      Brand Model EER Ratio (Cooling) Price
      Sharp AH-XP18PHT 3.66 43690
      Sharp AH-X18PET 3.66 41700
      SHARP AH-XP18MV 3.66 45500
      Carrier Kurve Inverter (1.5T) 3.57 43900
      Samsung AR18HV5NFWK 3.55 43500
      Daikin FTKP50PRV16 3.46 42850

      If you want to go for a BEE 5star 1.7 ton AC you can look at Hitachi RAU520IUD it has an EER of 4 and its price is Rs44300

      You can also look at these BEE 5star 1.5 ton ACs

      brand model eer_ratio price
      HITACHI RAU518EUDA 3.8 44450
      HITACHI RAU518HUD 3.8 42144
      GODREJ GSC 18 FG 6 WNG 3.7 37777
      GODREJ GSC 18 FG 6 BNG 3.7 38888
      CARRIER SUPERIA (1.5T) 3.7 44000
      MIDEA Midea Magna Plus (1.5T) 3.69 43400
      HITACHI RAU518KUDB 3.64 42555
      HITACHI RAU518HUDD 3.64 38600
      WHIRLPOOL 3D Cool Climate Control(1.5 ton) 3.64 44600
      LG LSA5VP5D 3.6 41990
      LG LSA5MP5D 3.6 42490
      LG LSA5NP5A 3.6 40990
      • Ravikumar says:

        Dear Bijli Bachao Team,

        Thank you for your reply suggesting the right AC unit for my room on the first floor. Sorry for bothering you again; this is just an after thought. In case, if we decide to fix the AC in the bedroom (with same dimension-160 sq ft + glass pane of 48 sq ft ) on the ground floor with the room on the 1st floor, what would be the required tonnage of AC ? After reading through your suggestions, I think, I’ll be able to conserve power and save more if the AC with lower tonnage is used in the bedroom on the ground floor. Kindly give your suggestion in selecting the right AC unit .

        Thanking you in anticipation

        Regards,

        Ravikumar

        • Bijli Bachao Team says:

          Hi Ravikumar,
          Your room in the ground floor (160sqft) will require 1.4 tons of cooling. So you can either go for a BEE 5star 1.5 or 1.5 ton inverter AC.

  12. abhijitmazumder says:

    Hi Abhishek,
    Looking for an ac to buy.

    City: Bangalore (Average summer temp 35 c. – 22 c)
    Floor: Top Floor
    Room size = 14*11.5 =160 sft
    Window Size= 5*4 south
    Direct Sunlight= Only on southern wall and of course on the roof
    Woodwork (cupboard) is on the north wall and after woodwork room size = 12*11.5 = 138 sft
    AC Usage = 3 months 4-5 hours in morning+ 10 hours at night/ Very sparingly other months
    Electricity Cost = 625 paise per unit

    Please let me know
    1. What tonnage I should by?
    2. Should I consider room-size after subtracting wood work or including wood work
    3. How much cooling I need?
    4. Do I really need to go for 5 star or 3 star is fine?
    5. Looking for a brand with decent after sales support. Technology is fine but peace of mind also matters.

    Please let me know

    ~Abhijit

    • Bijli Bachao Team says:

      Hi Abhijit,
      According to our calculation your room requires a cooling of 1.4 tons. Since your usage is relatively high we recommend to go for a BEE 5star 1.5 ton AC. The cooling for your room is calculated after removing the wood work.

      You can look at these BEE 5star 1.5 ton ACs

      brand model eer_ratio price
      HITACHI RAU518EUDA 3.8 44450
      HITACHI RAU518HUD 3.8 42144
      HITACHI RAU518IUD 3.75 46999
      GODREJ GSC 18 FG 6 WNG 3.7 37777
      GODREJ GSC 18 FG 6 BNG 3.7 38888
      HITACHI RAU518IVD 3.7 50190
      CARRIER SUPERIA (1.5T) 3.7 44000
      MIDEA Midea Magna Plus (1.5T) 3.69 43400
      HITACHI RAU518KUDB 3.64 42555
      HITACHI RAU518HUDD 3.64 38600
      WHIRLPOOL 3D Cool Climate Control(1.5 ton) 3.64 44600
      LG LSA5VP5D 3.6 41990
      LG LSA5MP5D 3.6 42490
      LG LSA5NP5A 3.6 40990
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