Most folks that ask us are looking for a 10000 BTU air conditioner portable model to cool down a room ranging from 300-400 square feet.
Here is our review of the top three 10000 BTU air conditioner units available today.Honeywell MN10CESWW 10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with Remote Control – White
The Honeywell is a highly rated unit that many customers really like. In particular, users praise the excellent dehumidification function on this machine. Even better, this Honeywell unit requires no hassle of dumping buckets of water. The auto-evaporation feature keeps the condensation under control.
Consumers also like the washable filter, which means that you can simply scrub it, dry it, and replace it. They also like how quiet this portable unit is. Oftentimes, portable ac units can be loud because they house the compressor and fan in the same unit. This Honeywell unit is fairly quiet, however.Whynter ARC-10WB 10,000 Btu Portable Air Conditioner
Another highly regarded 10000 BTU air conditioner portable unit is the Whynter.
Like the Honeywell, the Whynter does an excellent job at dehumidification and you do not need to dump a bucket of water with this unit. Moreover, it comes in a particularly compact size if you are looking for a tinier unit.
They Whynter – like most portable ac units – comes with an easy-to-use installation kit for venting the hose outside. The Whynter also comes with some nifty features like a three-speed fan and a remote.
If you are looking for serious cooling this summer, you cannot go wrong with the Whynter.Shinco 10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner Cooling/Fan with Remote Control in White
Our final recommendation for 10000 BTU portable air conditioners is the Shinco. Shinco has been making air conditioners in China since the mid-1990s. In the past ten years, they have moved into the North American market.
This 10000 BTU portable air conditioner comes with mainly positive reviews. Consumers like that it does a good job cooling.
There are some customer complaints, however. Some report that the unit is very loud. Other reviewers complain that it is difficult to drain the condensation out of this unit. While the two other models have built-in evaporators, the Shinco will require you to drain it regularly.