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[QLD] TECO 2.5kW Comfort Series Reverse Cycle Split System Air Conditioner Supply and Install $1099 @ eJoy Electronics


Professional Air Conditioning Installation and Supply Service by eJoy Electronics / eJoyAIR
QBCC: 15135769 ARC: AU49440 fully insured and licensed.

TECO 2.5kw (TWS-TSO25HVHT) Air Conditioner supply and install only $1099
T&C: *Installation: G/F back-to-back, with 3-meter piping, condenser unit sitting on the ground ONLY.
FREE for travel cost within 25 KM from Sunnybank 4109.

The TECO Comfort series, with built-in WiFi, which compatible with popular smart home devices like Google Assistant & Amazon Alexa.
✌️You can simply control the air conditioner by saying ‘’Hey Google, set the aircon to 23 degrees’ or ‘’Hey Alexa, turn on the aircon.”
Get an AC with this feature will definitely give you a wonderful experience of convenience!!

5 years full manufacture warranty
Built-in Wi-Fi
Interactive Digital Display
Sleep Mode
Turbo Fan Mode
Gold Fin Protection
I-Feel Mode
High-Density Filter
ECO Mode
Louvre Memory
Sleep Mode
Timer Mode
Turbo Fan Mode
Interactive Digital Display
ECO Mode
Auto Restart
Auto Swing
Refrigerant Leak Detection
D.R.E.D. Connection
Mute Mode
Service Friendly
Cold Air Prevention

😇Various brands and capacities available, please kindly visit me at eJoy in the Sunnypark Shopping Centre or give me a call at 07 3345 5668 for more details:)

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  • Price in the title.

  • Thank you seriousquokka, price updated.

  • I’ve personally not heard of this brand.
    Anyone here, not associated, vouch that they are a decent product.

    • +2

      I have one and had one. One of the 2.5KW units had a compressor PCB board fail. Out of warranty and too costly to fix. The 2.5kw Teco branded units appear to be the same as Kelvinator or at least they used to. When it comes to AC's and given the installation costs, best to go with a MHI or similar quality unit.

    • +1

      we put a window one in our 1st house about 30 years ago worked well for the 6 years we had it,we put another one in our second house worked very well for over 20 years until we replaced it with a split system a non Teco we would have gone with Teco again but got a ridiculous price on an LG which I couldn't go passed

  • +1

    Seems pricey for a "Teco" unit.
    Teco selling at JB for $588

    So the rest install? I'd rather spend a couple hundred more and get a mitsi or Fujitsu.

    • That depedens on your location and installation prices, I'd say.

  • +1

    I'd prefer to stick with a name brand for longevity given these cost $800 or so to install. Install quality, not unknown crap.

    • +3

      Teco have been in Australia for over 30 years

  • +1

    Do yourself a favour and spend that little extra for a trusted brand name.

    Having gone for changhong, akai, no-names…that fail on a few years, I now only install Panasonic. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is a good one too. I’d also stay away from Fujitsu.

    My opinion only…

  • +9

    1956 Taiwan Electric Company (TECO) established
    1970 Produced air conditioners and entered the home appliances market
    1986 Joint venture with Westinghouse Electric to form TECO Westinghouse Motor

    Better known for industrial motors than air-con, but hardly new.
    Some people seem to judge them by their low advertising budget.

    • +1

      Yeah Teco are definitely well known in the electric motor space (and produce some very good motors).

      As for ACs do they actually make their splits or just rebadge a Chinese unit?

      I know their box/window ACs are just rebaged GREE units out of China (and basically identical to the Kelvinator redbadged ones as well). So given someone above commented Kelvinator splits looked the same, I'd be wondering if these splits are just rebranded GREE units.

      Personally I wouldnt go any cheaper than a Panasonic split. MHI or ME would be my preference though.

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