Creating the perfect, comfortable temperature in baby’s room not only means a good night’s sleep for bub, but for everyone else in the family!

In the warmer months, the easiest way to get the nursery between the paediatric recommended 18°C – 21°C is by using a smart air conditioner, which takes all of the guesswork out of controlling the climate in baby’s room.

There are a few key things to consider when choosing the best air conditioner for the nursery, not only to make the room as comfortable as possible, but to make controlling the temperature simple.

What To Look For When Choosing An Air Conditioner For Baby’s Room

Pinguino Care4Me

There are five key things to put on your list when you’re searching for the perfect air conditioner for your baby’s space, to help create a peaceful and supremely comfy haven.

1. Remote Control

Babies can be incredibly light sleepers, and sometimes the slightest noise will be enough to break their sleep cycle, so you don’t want to be constantly going in and out of the nursery to adjust the temperature!

The Pinguino Care4Me portable air conditioner is designed to be controlled via WIFI, through your smartphone. You’re able to tailor the temperature of the nursery to your baby’s personal comfort level, without even having to enter the room. And it can also be controlled via voice-enabled speakers like Alexa or Google Assistant. Genius.

 2. Quiet Operation


Most babies do like some white noise to help them drift off to sleep, but a very noisy air conditioner isn’t the ideal sound to help tots head into the Land of Nod.

Pinguino’s exclusive Silent Technology gives the ultimate quiet cooling experience, with its low noise level up to 50% quieter¹. The two speed condensation ventilator is engineered to provide maximum noise reduction, making it the perfect quiet achiever!

3. Coverage

Making sure you have the right sized unit for baby’s room is essential. It means the air conditioner will work to the best of its ability to cool the room, and it also means less of a strain on the power bill.

The Pinguino is suitable for rooms up to 120m³, with powerful cooling (BTU/H 11,000 – 2.9kW)² that’s delivered with a 30% energy saving³, thanks to its clever MyEco RealFeel technology, which maintains your own (or your baby’s) ideal personal comfort.

4. Smart Features

Pinguino Care4Me

Cooling baby’s room is one thing, but keeping it at the optimum temperature over the duration of the their nap or overnight, as temperatures fluctuate, that’s needs some smarts! You don’t want to be constantly running into your baby’s room, checking the temperature and having to guess what adjustment to make.

The Pinguino has a new Smart Sensing feature, which monitors the temperature and the humidity around the smart remote control. Keep the remote near bub, and it will keep them as cool as you want, thanks to Cool Surround Technology which delivers the precise degree of cooling where the remote is located.

And this clever unit also has a dehumidifying function, which also helps keep baby’s room supremely comfortable during those humid days and night. It also features a fan only function if you just want to keep the air flowing around the nursery.

5. Portability

Having the ability to move your air conditioner around the house is such a huge bonus when you have a baby – because we all know that they pretty much nap wherever they want to! It’s not unusual for babies to nap during the day in a bassinet out in the lounge, and then sleep in their room (or their parents’) during the night.

The Pinguino has integrated handles and castor wheels so it can go wherever baby goes, and help create the perfect microclimate for peaceful slumbers.

Mouths of Mums is proudly working with De’Longhi to bring you this article. De’Longhi makes products that are renowned for their performance, reliability and are a joy to use. 

De’Longhi is the proud winner of Canstar Blue Most Satisfied customer award 2022 in the Dehumidifier Category and is Sensitive Choice approved.

¹Pinguino Care4Me is up to 50%d quieter.
Tested in our laboratory by comparing the maximum sound level using max. speed vs. min. fan speed

²13,000 BTU/hb – 3.3 kWc (PAC EX 130 CST WiFi)
11,000 BTU/hb – 2.9 kWc(PAC EL 112 CST WiFi)
13,000 BTU/hb – 3.3 kWc(PAC EL 110 ERF)

³Internal Test, initial condition 30°C and 40% R.H.

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