AmzonBasics inverter and non-inverter ACs launched in India, price starts at 23,499 INR

Back in September 2015, Amazon launched AmazonBasics, its own store brand, in India with an aim to offer its customers affordable day-to-day products like HDMI cables, batteries, USB cables, etc. And now the e-commerce giant has added a new range of Air Conditioners into the AmazonBasics lineup.

The Amazon announced that it has launched as many as four models of AmazonBasics Air Conditioners in the county to be sold via Amazon India. The ACs are available in inverter AC and non-inverter AC variants with different cooling capacities, i.e. 1 ton and 1.5 ton with 3 Star rating to protect them from adverse conditions.

The four ACs that have been launched in India are AmazonBasics 1 Ton 3 Star Inverter Split AC, AmazonBasics 1 Ton 3 Star Non-Inverter Split AC, AmazonBasics 1.5 Ton 3 Star Inverter Split AC, and AmazonBasics 1.5 Ton 3 Star Non-Inverter Split AC.


The Air Conditioners are offered with 100 percent Copper Condenser with an advanced anti-corrosive coating to prevent damage in harsh weather condition. Plus, they have a higher airflow volume that allows cool air to reach all corners of a room.

Besides all this, the AmazonBasics Air Conditioners offer features like Auto-restart, Sleep mode, Humidity control, Auto-protection, Leakage detection, Fireproof electric box, Emergency function, and Self-diagnosis. Amazon is providing a one-year manufacturer warranty on the products and five years warranty on the compressor.

So far as the pricing is concerned, the price for the 1 Ton 3 Star Inverter Split AC is set at INR25,499 and INR23,499 for the Non-Inverter model of the same. The 1.5 Ton 3 Star Inverter Split AC is priced at INR28,999 while its Non-Inverter counterpart comes at INR27,499.

In related news, Amazon has recently updated its Amazon Shopping app with UPI-based scan-and-pay features such as Google Pay, Paytm etc. The users are not required to download Amazon app separately rather the new payment features will automatically show in the Amazon Pay mobile app. However,  the website version of Amazon Pay, unfortunately, doesn’t include the scan-and-pay feature as yet.

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