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Gree Bora Hi-Wall Air Conditioners (Includes Wi-Fi): 2.5kW $664.05 (Was $699) & More + Delivery (or $0 C&C) @ Star Sparky Direct


Gree Bora Hi-wall R32 2.5kW Air Conditioner Split System, includes WiFi
RRP: $699 Limited-time promotion: $664.05

Gree Bora Hi-wall R32 3.4kW Air Conditioner Split System, includes WiFi RRP: $999 Limited-time promotion: $949.05

Gree Bora Hi-wall R32 5.2kW Air Conditioner Split System, includes WiFi RRP: $1299 Limited-time promotion: $1234.05

Gree Bora Hi-wall R32 7.1kW Air Conditioner Split System, includes WiFi RRP: $1599 Limited-time promotion: $1519.05


WiFi Wi-Fi is built in on all models of the Bora range in both Apple and Android. After installing the “Gree+” app on your phone or tablet, you can remotely control the air conditioner from anywhere in the world.


The Gree Bora range features the new “iChoose” LED displays. The display will show power, mode and set point. Using the remote you can see indoor and outdoor ambient temperatures and when it’s time to sleep, the display can be switched off, leaving a pristine flat panel.


Gree Bora provides a greater spread of air with Auto 3D Air Flow. To provide directed comfort, the air direction can be set left or right and up or down.


All units come with the Gree YAG1FB4 remote controller. Along with user and timer functions, the YAG1FB4 also features “iFeel” control for greater comfort.


  • Heating & Cooling
  • Power Supply: 220-240/50hz
  • Cooling Capacity 2.5
  • Heating Capacity 3.0
  • Air Flow Volume (Max): 175L/sec
  • Sound Pressure Level (Min/Max) Indoor: 26/40 db(A)
  • Sound Pressure Level Outdoor: 50 db(A)
  • Outer Diameter of Liquid Pipe: 6mm
  • Outer Diameter of Gas Pipe: 9.52mm
  • Warranty: 6 Years

Dimensions and Weights

Product Dimensions

  • Indoor Unit (mm): 289×849×215
  • Outdoor Unit (mm): 540×782×320

Net Weight

  • Indoor Unit: 10.5kg
  • Outdoor Unit: 29kg

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  • +1

    Have no idea if it's legitimate or not, but their Facebook page is full of glowing reviews:


    • +4

      Of course they are genuine. I should know, I wrote all of them.

  • +5

    Yeah nah. Don't bother. Buy a brand name.

    • +1

      Gree used to be a decent brand name just smaller / less reputable than they use to be afaik.

  • +4

    Hey @sparky - is it possible to get the COP ratings on these ACs?

    Looks like I found it for the 2.5/3kw version, both cooling and heating under 4.0 - For reference, energy star rating is:

    Star Rating – Cooling 2.5
    Star Rating – Heating 2.0

    This is horrific.

    Anyone looking for a cheap small AC unit for a room, check out the MITSUBISHI SRK20ZSA-W - 4.88 EER/4.82COP 5 stars energy rating, they run off about 400w and go for around $700-730

    This 2.5kw Gree brand unit's cooling would be ~670w 67% more power usage for 25% more cooling capacity.

  • +5

    From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gree_Electric

    Gree Electric Appliances Inc. of Zhuhai is a Chinese major appliance manufacturer headquartered in Zhuhai, Guangdong province.
    It is the world's largest residential air-conditioner manufacturer.[3] The company offers two types of air conditioners: household air conditioners and commercial air conditioners.

    but still -> Yeah nah. Don't bother. Buy a brand name.


    Only 1599 for a MHI 7.1kw

    just saying

  • +1

    I wouldn't install this trash even if you paid me double.

  • Our 'budget' split we sell is the 2.5kW Rinnai Split (WIFI) for a smidge over $700…it's got a 4.8/4.9 AEER/ACOP rating. Not even the big boys (7-9kw) have an efficiency as low as these 2.5kW's

  • +2

    Just remember that the cost to install an air conditioner is often $500-600 which is half the total cost.

    I was given a cheap Mistral air conditioner that a relative bought and then moved and didnt need to install.

    I paid the $600 to install. It died 2 years later. No parts were available to repair it. So in effect cost me $300 a year to own. (BTW I now thank heaven that there were no parts because it could easily be an on going cost to repair).

    I replaced it with a known brand (Panasonic) that has lasted 10 years so far $1400 all up installed. Currently averaging $140 a year

    Now Gree+ might be ok, but without a track record here we dont know. Do you want to be the one to test it and let us know in 10 years? I cant see how Facebook users can know that either.


  • +1

    Good deal. Much better than those cheap Chinese brands that will let you down in the first time year after make install. I make happy to know about Gree company do good about
    ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems in maufacture of reliable. I will recommend to my acquaintance and business associate to make purchase with no delay

    • +2

      What bot farm wrote this comment? Seriously Gree, are you hiring people to write poorly worded, unintelligible reviews?

      And if you're not a bot, what comments did you read in this thread because they're certainly not the same ones I'm seeing.

      • bot feelings hurt. try to make review to inform potential consumer on Gree reliable and best quality number 1

  • for something like an outdoor shed that is only used when the temperature rises on the really hot days, something like this would be ok

    however, i guess if i have to factor in installation cost, then its not worthwhile

    • If its an outdoor shed, just buy a window/wall unit and install yourself, as these are self contained.

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