We've reviewed more than 120 reverse-cycle split-system inverter air conditioners, priced from $649 upwards.
10 May 2013 |
Find out which air conditioner is suitable for your home, whether you want to heat a single room up or a large open plan living area.
We find the best fans to keep you cool this summer.
27 Nov 2012 |
We test 10 pedestal and tower fans, priced from $20 to $599, including models from Dyson, Kambrook, and Sunbeam.
CHOICE tests eight cooling-only models for performance, energy efficiency and ease of use.
17 Oct 2012 |
Our test covers models priced between $600 and $1499, from brands including DeLonghi, Dimplex and Omega.
CHOICE compares 24 ceiling fans priced between $154 and $899.
5 Sep 2012 |
If you don’t want to spend big bucks on air conditioning, ceiling fans offer a cheaper, energy-efficient cooling solution.
This solar air conditioner sounds good in theory, but isn't so good in practice.
9 May 2012 |
This air conditioner has a thermal panel to reduce the compressor load and save electricity usage - but does it work?
A reverse-cycle air conditioner can be the most efficient way to heat (and cool) a large room.
27 Apr 2012 |
Test results for 36 reverse-cycle inverter air conditioners with cooling capacities around 2.5 to 3.5 kW, including nine newly tested models.
We take a peek at Dyson's latest bladeless offering.
14 Feb 2012 |
Does this sleek pedestal fan outperform traditional models, or is its bladeless technology a lot of spin?
Want to cool and heat your whole house? Here's what you need to consider.
19 Jan 2012 |
Before you spend thousands of dollars to have a system installed (and several hundred dollars a year to run it), consider other cooling and heating options.
Our tips for keeping your home cool this summer, using insulation and natural ventilation.
27 Nov 2011 |
Preventing your house from getting too hot should be your first priority. Make sure it's properly insulated, draught-proof, shaded and ventilated.
It looks cool, but does it really do the job?
8 Dec 2009 |
This bladeless fan, which looks more like a portal to another dimension, attracts attention and works well, but at what price?