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[WA] Mitsubishi 1.7kw (Cooling) / 2.0kw (Heating) Air Conditioner $999 (Supply & Installed) @ Coogle Australia

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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is back in stock! Thank you again for all of your support, now we are offering Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air Conditioner supply and install for only $999,

Model Number SRK17ZMP-S / DXK05Z5-S, 1.7KW, 5 years full warranty, WITH installation* $999 incl. GST.

Always look for the ARCTIC (ARC is an acronym for the Australian Refrigeration Council) when you purchase, installing, or repairing your Air conditioner, Freezer or Fridge. AU46311, EC13745, fully insured.

Credit cards (Visa and Mastercard only) accepted. Please note there is a 1.5% surcharge for all credit card transactions.

Cash and EFTPOS also accepted.

1.7Kw can cover Maximum Floor Area 10 (m2)

*Installation price is for standard back to back installations: 3 metre pipe, 10 metres cable, mounted on ground,on single storey homes and include electrical work. Prices include GST. If aircon is smaller than 3.5kw, hard wired into power circuit. Separate circuit with RCD protection extra cost will apply depends on the job difficulty. FREE for travel cost within 30 KM from Osborne Park WA 6017. For further than 30 km, $20 extra for 30-40km, $40 extra for 40-50km.

Other sizes also available. Contact us for more information.

Coogle Australia

M: 0418 466 090 M: 0403 627 943

P: 08 9445 1918

Email: coogleaustralia@gmail.com

Make your home nice and comfortable, CALL US NOW!

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Comments

  • +16 votes

    How have you guys not been hit with a trademark infringement notice yet…

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      That was my first thought too….

    • +2 votes

      Different industry.

    • +2 votes

      We are trademark registered in Australia. Thank you for the message.

      • -9 votes

        Irrelevant if your trademark infringes on Google's and there is basis to cancel your registration because of it…

        • -1 vote

          I think you scared him.

          • -6 votes

            @umadbrahhhh: I'm not here to scare anyone, just calling out flagrant attempts to trade off another brand's reputation when I see it.

            • +1 vote

              @xyron: Stand up for the Aussie battler m8!!!!

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              @xyron: Different industry, different name, different logo font, different colour combination in logo. That being said, Google would probably have a stab at it.

              Would be interesting to know if the company name is based on a surname though.

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                @Gravy: They would definitely win too.
                From Google's own page on using their logo "Don't adopt marks, logos, slogans, or designs that are confusingly similar to our Brand Features."

                • +1 vote

                  @anawth: Debatable, especially if Coogle is a surname (Coogle is a surname by the way, but unsure if it is the surname of the business owners).

                  Google does have some trademarks in the class 37 category though here in Australia, and have registered them before Coogle Air did (in the same category). I'd be a little worried if I were Coogle. The trademarks are related to Google Home and Nest products.

                  I can't seem to find any Google references in the Class 11 category (Coogle is registered in class 11 and 37).

                  I do think it is not very smart to create a registered logo that does have some resemblance to Google's if your business name happens to be Coogle. It's inviting a challenge, one that you might not be able to afford to fight even if eventually you did win the case. I'd personally be rethinking whether you want to heavily promote this logo/business name combination, or perhaps register a different logo instead that is less similar. Suggest they get some IP advice from a professional lawyer.

                • +1 vote

                  @anawth: Google doesnt decide the law… as someone said, very different industry so courts are likely to read it as not likely to cause confusion in a REASONABLE person. There is no in fringement…

                  Just like the countless 'i' whatever, or the well used whatever R Us

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      Yet is the answer because google probably does not know they exist.

    • +1 vote

      Coogle itself may be ok, but check out their trade mark registration… Same style and similar colour and a well placed snowflake within the 'C'. lol

      https://search.ipaustralia.gov.au/trademarks/search/view/196...

      Fortunately, I dont do work for Google, and I have no reason to help G+T get some more billable hours. But Google v Doogle was a thing, and the legal fees will still ruin your business.

      • +2 votes

        Reminds me of the movie Coming to America.

        That said, on the one hand they aren’t in the search engine business, it’s an unrelated industry.
        On the other hand I expect once google becomes aware it will be practically compelled to take action to defend its trademark.
        The gripping hand is that if google doesn’t defend its trademark, another entity that is more like google’s actual operations could use google’s lack of defence in this instance as justification for their actions.

        You know what Shakespeare said about lawyers.

  • +9 votes

    Perfect size for a bathroom

    • +7 votes

      Valid point, max 10m2 so they could potentially refuse warranty claims if you have it installed in a room larger than that. They would claim it's operating outside the manufacturer's duty cycle.

      Still, decent deal for a bedroom split, supply & install.

      • +1 vote

        We close our house up early on hot days and generally it stays nice and cool until around 4pm.

        I reckon a larger one wouldn't be needed in our house, but that's an interesting point…

      • -1 vote

        Other sizes also available, thank you.

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        Would definately get a different unit with higher cooling capacity, 3.5KW+.

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        Working for a manufacturer and can say that we wouldn't limit warranty unless installed in a server room. Assume similar rules would apply to other brands.
        However if the warranty claim was that it was't adequately cooling/heating an area too large then there is nothing that we could do to fix it.

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      He should stated: price from* for advertisement purpose
      Normally price wont be cheap when people inquiry other cooling capacity

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      I was going to say the same! Suitable only for a powder room! 🤣

  • +1 vote

    Man…love something like this in SA

  • +5 votes

    Man… love something like this in NSW

  • +7 votes

    Btw hate Google. Love Coogle 😍

  • +1 vote

    omg…. how are they getting away with trademark infringements..
    either google doesnt care about such a small company or they are asleep ..lol
    check out their page as even there logo of coogle is multie color same as google except no G…lol

    not sure if its a dealas i was gonna get 3kw daikin install last summer for about 1300…. this ones way to small for most rooms other than small bedroom.

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    Why would you AC the bathroom? This is only suited to a maximum of 10m2.

  • +1 vote

    Pay the extra $350 and get this in the 7.5 8.2 from bunnings
    I got it for my brother

  • +4 votes

    I sent you guys an email query about 6 months ago. Still waiting on a reply :(

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    Shame this is WA and not Sydney. Just one question. Would this deal have required you to have an external unit already installed? Our single story rental property has an air-con unit in the living room and we'd like the owners to out two more units in a couple of bedrooms. Just wondering if it would have cost 2 x $999 if we lived in WA or if there are other hidden costs?

    • +1 vote

      Nope, no need for an existing system. The conditions specify "Installation price is for standard back to back installations: 3 metre pipe, 10 metres cable, mounted on ground,on single storey homes and include electrical work." so electrical is included. Thing is though, because this AC is less than 3.5KW they'll just add it to the existing power circuit which saves them a lot of messing around with having to run a dedicated circuit etc.

      Either way, you might be surprised how cheap you could get 2x 2.5KW units installed by a local supplier/installer because installing two simultaneously has surely got to be cheaper than installing two at different times.

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    Thank you very much for the concern about the trade mark matter, we are Registered/protected in Australia.

    https://search.ipaustralia.gov.au/trademarks/search/view/196...

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      WOW you even copied their old font style.

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        Ohhh… yeah, that's a real issue for them. I was comparing with Google's newer font style and didn't consider their older logos which are likely still registered.

        These guys need to rejig their logo quicksmart given Google has registered aussie trademarks in the same category classes.

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    Anyone knows the average installation fees?

  • +7 votes

    1.7kw. What is this. An aircon for ants?

  • +1 vote

    I think this would be fine for a bedroom and is a great price for supply and fit/install. Upvote from me OP.

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      Thank you for your reply. We have all different size of aircon to fit different size of rooms.

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    wow..didn't know MI makes such small unit. it will probably be good for like really small bedroom I guess

  • +3 votes

    For those QLDers who can collect from the store and wish to DIY or arrange their own installation it looks like these little units are available for $499 Nice :)

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    Hi all, I had Coogle conduct the install for a 7kw Panasonic unit some time ago - really good quality job and the price was competitive. I found the guys to be very genuine (sales and install). Would highly recommend.

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      Thank you very much for your reply. We are dedicated to provide great service to all customers.

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    For anyone in Vic, the same machine is sold on ebay
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/174180023807

    I managed to have offer of $565 accepted, then with $50 ebay coupon, it came to $515. Now need to find installer.

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    I was quota for $900 for only installation. location is TAS

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    Anyone in the know can tell me about Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Vs. Daikin?

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    Anyone knows an installer who would do it for $400 in Melbourne?

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