Omega Altise Air Conditioners Review
Are you sick of sinking into a hot and sticky sofa in summer? Well, Omega Altise apparently prides itself on ensuring comfortable living and claims to have a wide range of portable air conditioners to help you survive the Australian heat. Make up your own mind by reviewing the details below.
Other cooling products from the brand include box fans, desk fans, floor fans, pedestal fans and tower fans. There are also ceramic heaters, convector heaters and fan heaters designed to warm you up in the winter months.
Omega Altise OAPC10 Portable Air Conditioner
The Omega Altise OAPC10 Portable Air of functions Conditioner is one of the more affordable options available in the range. It delivers 2.9kW of power and features Aqua Chill technology, which apparently allows the model to operate at greater efficiency. The Omega Altise also includes a dehumidifying mode, which said to remove up to 2.4L of humidity per hour. This might be especially useful for days when the temperature isn’t necessarily high, but the weather is still very humid.
Featuring two speed settings, the model provides 2.9kW of power and comes with two speed settings. It also includes
Other features include:
- Active carbon filter
- Directional louvres
- 24 hour on/off timer
- Variable thermostat
The temperature can be adjusted using the remote control as well as the electronic controls on the appliance.
- RRP: $549
Omega Altise OAPC187 Slimline Portable Air Conditioner
If you’re looking for a portable air conditioner to help you survive summer, the Omega Altise OAPC187 offers 5.2kW of power and three speed settings to keep your head cool. It also comes with auto swing vertical air louvres and four operating modes including ‘cooling’, ‘fan’, ‘dehumidify’ and ‘auto’.
The Omega Altise OAPC187 portable air conditioner has a 3-year replacement warranty.
- RRP: $1,099
Omega Altise OAPC127 Slimline Portable Air Conditioner
If you love the Omega Altise OAPC187, but not a fan of the price, the Omega Altise OAPC127 Slimline Portable Air
Conditioner offers 3.5kW of power and three speed settings. It similarly offers auto swing vertical air louvres, so you don’t have to constantly get up to adjust the direction of the cold air.
The Omega Altise portable air conditioner provides three modes, including ‘cooling’, ‘fan’ and dehumidify’.
- RRP: $699
Omega Altise OAPC1615W Portable Air Conditioner
The Omega Altise OAPC1615W Portable Air Conditioner is one of the pricier options in the range, and offers 4.7kW of power. It includes different modes such as ‘auto fan’, ‘cooling’, ‘dehumidify’ and ‘auto dehumidify’.
For people looking for a quiet achiever, this model reaches a sound level of up to 60DB.
- RRP: $999
Should I buy an Omega Altise portable air conditioner?
Don’t let the Australian heat ruin your summer. For an affordable cooling option, the Omega Altise OAPC10 Portable Air Conditioner is the lowest priced item in the brand’s range. It contains many of the same features included in the other products, such as a 24-hour timer and directional louvres. But keep in mind it only offers 2.9kW of power.
Otherwise, there’s the Omega Altise OAP187 and Omega Altise OAPC1615W. These models are the most expensive in the collection, but offer the most powerful performance. While the Omega Altise OAPC187 produces 5.2kW of power, the Omega Altise OAPC1615W comes with 4.7kW of power.
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This report was written by Canstar Blue’s Home & Lifestyle Content Lead, Megan Birot. She’s an expert on household appliances, health & beauty products, as well as all things grocery and shopping. When she’s not writing up our research-based ratings reports, Megan spends her time helping consumers make better purchase decisions, whether it’s at the supermarket, other retailers, or online, highlighting the best deals and flagging anything you need to be aware of.