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  • These are expensive for no-name Chinese branded crap.

    Spend a little more and get a decent brand like Panasonic, Fujitsu or Mitsubishi.

    When spending $600+ to install one, do not install junk.

    Do it once, do it right.

    • Midea makes units for Fujitsu , mitsubishi and actron lol.
      They are the biggest supplier of compressors, coils, condensers..list goes on.
      Most of your fridge components come from midea as well.

      All the big name companies do is design and fit the components and buy it off manufacturers like Midea. Some parts that are IP or difficult to source they might manufacturer themselves.

      • And you have evidence of that? The only brand I can independently verify as being a Midea is Toshiba, because Toshiba Appliances is owned by them. That said, I wouldn't call them no name as they were the winning tender for HVAC for two world cups (Brazil and Russia) in a row.

      • I had no idea they were so big, like the other comments, I thought they were a badge engineering firm.


        Midea Group (Chinese: 美的集团; pinyin: Měidì Jítuán) is a Chinese electrical appliance manufacturer, headquartered in Beijiao, Shunde, Foshan, Guangdong and listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange. As of 2018, the firm employs approximately 135,000 people in China and overseas with 200 subsidiaries and over 60 overseas branches.[2] Midea Group is listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange since 2013. It has been listed on the Fortune Global 500 since July 2016.[3][4] Midea produces wide ranges of lighting, water appliances, floor care, small kitchen appliances, laundry, large cooking appliances, and refrigeration appliances. It also has a long history in producing home and commercial solutions[buzzword] in air conditioning and heating (HVAC). In the summer of 2016, Midea made a highly publicized move to acquire German robotics company KUKA.[5][6] It is the world's largest producer of robots and appliances.[7]

      • Yeah, that’s the line the salesman gave me before I bought and had 2 installed. Crappy build, rattles in the plastic during use, PSU whine in both while it’s off, both replaced and one is whining again. Don’t put it in a bedroom or you’ll never sleep.

        Absolute piles of junk that I’ll never touch again.

  • For that money buy a decent brand for a few extra bucks. The install costs wont change whether you use a cheap brand but the life of your unit will.

    • If I remember right, the warranty period of this brand is quite long. If there is any problem you can try to contact the after-sales team of the brand. I don't know about the others, but the staff from the company effectively solved the problem when I bought the aircon, I just gave them few calls, and the aircon was used for a long time after that repair.

  • IMHO: Stick to a big brand name … service and parts down the track. Getting a Pana or Fuj a/c serviced in 5 years will be much easier than a thinly distributed product. And even though there will be shared components, the big brands will have design benefits as they are also concerned with their overall brand reputation.

  • I have used Midea products and have known this brand for many years. It is a very famous brand in China and many families are using it. There might be defective products or install problems but it should be a few, every brand will have. The direct abuse of the brand is not objective enough…Google Midea first before you say something about it, it's one of the world's top 500 brands as far as I know.