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De'Longhi DEM10 Compact Dehumidifier, 10L £74.99 @ Amazon

£74.99 @ Amazon
Deal of the day. High efficiency portable dehumidifier with 10 L/24 hour extraction rate 2 L tank with permanent drain facility and washable dust filter Compact dimensions with pull up handle Elect…
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Deal of the day. High efficiency portable dehumidifier with 10 L/24 hour extraction rate
2 L tank with permanent drain facility and washable dust filter
Compact dimensions with pull up handle
Electronic anti-frost setting for use in cold environments
2 year warranty
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1 Like #1
good price & decent brand
#2
How much these cost to run?
1 Like #3
Got 2 of these and they are excellent. Great price, hot.
4 Likes #4
Dehumidifiers are a godsend. Great for reducing humidity, improving efficiency of your heating system, warming up a room, clearing the air, producing de-ionised water AND drying your laundry.
6 Likes #5
A few weeks ago we bought our first desiccant dehumidifier, this same brand, after one of our two compressor types failes after many years of use.
We loved how good these dehumidifiers are in extracting excess humidity from a room. Coupled with a hydrometer you can see how effective they are, especially in the colder months when you are drying washing inside.

After have the desiccant type we would not want to go back to a compressor one though. They do cost more but we never get that we did with our compressor ones of being on the defrost cycle due to the room temp getting too cold.

The amount of moisture that the desiccant one pulls from the room where washing is drying is also much more than our compressor type could. Having the louvre type flap which directs warm air over your drying washing also helps.

Heat added as it is a good price for what it is but if you can afford the difference consider a desiccant type, we got ours when it was on offer at Amazon.
#6
So is this desiccant type or compressor type?
1 Like #7
AAB
So is this desiccant type or compressor type?

It's a compressor type, this model has been around for donkeys years and is pretty bomb-proof. Hot deal at this price.
#8
It is a compressor type and not a desiccant type.
A review here..... http://www.dehumidifier-reviews.co.uk/delonghi-dem10
Explaining that it is the refrigerant type of Dehumidifier.
Good unit and very good price but our desiccant one is showing to be much more effective

If you read the latest reviews from Amazon you will note that it can spend a long time running but in defrost mode. Both of our compressor types did this for extended periods. Using up the electricity but not actually working to remove the dampness from the air.



Edited By: VimesUK on Feb 17, 2017 11:57
#9
Thanks op, exactly what I was looking for
#10
What exactly does the 10L extraction mean if it only has a 2L tank? Is it linked to the speed of extraction?
1 Like #11
radzy
What exactly does the 10L extraction mean if it only has a 2L tank? Is it linked to the speed of extraction?
Think it's maximum extraction per day, IE it can fill the tank 5 times a day
#12
Desiccant Dehumidifiers are far more suited to our climate anyway, they also work better at lower temperatures and expel warm air, just a shame they're pricey when compared with their compressor based counterparts.
#13
Forgot to post but this is the one (desiccant) we bought to replace one of our compressor types....

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000UVPOUA/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

we paid £109 for it on the 28th Dec, I posted it as a deal. Lightning deals don't show up on Camel but maybe it'll hit that price again.
1 Like #14
kd035050
Thanks op, exactly what I was looking for
You are most welcome.
1 Like #15
http://www.ecorproducts.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/extraction-curves.png

Both types are similar at normal room temperature and 80% humidity. there is a difference if you are using it in cooler temperatures though.
#16
Newbie to dehumidifiers, saw dessicant one below on deal of the day for £90 few months back & its great, but want another- spent the last few hours umming & ahhing over whether to try this compressor one to compare or not- damn you op, good find!
#18
I am in need of one. Could some tell me if this deal or this screw fix one is better please http://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-316db-16ltr-dehumidifier/1379g

There is also an £80 screw fix one http://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-122h-12r-12ltr-dehumidifier/72503

The place its for has zero ventilation in the house with tumble dryer and clothes being dried in the house. LoDs of condensation upstairs. They won't change their ways so hoping this would help
Any advice would really be appreciated
#19
I've got a really bad condensation problem in my house. If anyone would be able to come and look at it, the kettles always on!
1 Like #20
radzy
What exactly does the 10L extraction mean if it only has a 2L tank? Is it linked to the speed of extraction?
it comes with a hose so can continously pump out the water. hope it helps.
#21
Received this earlier today and set it up in one of my rooms that suffers from condensation and wet walls. I've left it there and went to check on it twice; only to see the pause/defrost most on it both times. However, when I checked the water tank, there was water in there.

Does this mean that it's working? Thanks

Oh, and I've noticed that mine has some sort of dent in it at the rear across the grill but I'm unsure if its supposed to be there, can anyone else confirm?
2 Likes #22
AzNDeals
Received this earlier today and set it up in one of my rooms that suffers from condensation and wet walls. I've left it there and went to check on it twice; only to see the pause/defrost most on it both times. However, when I checked the water tank, there was water in there.
Does this mean that it's working? Thanks
Oh, and I've noticed that mine has some sort of dent in it at the rear across the grill but I'm unsure if its supposed to be there, can anyone else confirm?

I mentioned earlier in the thread about the latest reviews from Amazon where people are noting that the defrost light was on for a long time. They either exchanged the unit or got a refund as their ambient room temp was high enough for that to not need to come on. If the temp of the room is fine then you should not see that indication.

As I have noted though for us that was a real shortcoming with the compressor type dehumidifier, the defrost light would often light up and the unit would keep working consuming electricity but the humidity extraction from the air during those times would be nil.

The time that we need a dehumidifier the most is when the compressor types are the least efficient.

I tested that out by bringing our compressor type downstairs and placed it in the same room as the desiccant one. Both were then switched on. Within half an hour the compressor type had its yellow defrost light on whilst the desiccant type was happily working away and filled its 2ltr water compartment whilst the other had no more than a beaker full of water in its, and that was being generous.

We can't afford to heat our whole house up and also have adequate ventilation. If we could then we probably would not need a dehumidifier as much as we do.
In those circumstances of having cooler rooms, which can be damper, a compressor type will struggle.

I can't comment on the "dent" you mentioned.

Best of luck.

Edited By: VimesUK on Feb 19, 2017 09:01: spelling
#23
VimesUK
AzNDeals
Received this earlier today and set it up in one of my rooms that suffers from condensation and wet walls. I've left it there and went to check on it twice; only to see the pause/defrost most on it both times. However, when I checked the water tank, there was water in there.
Does this mean that it's working? Thanks
Oh, and I've noticed that mine has some sort of dent in it at the rear across the grill but I'm unsure if its supposed to be there, can anyone else confirm?
I mentioned earlier in the thread about the latest reviews from Amazon where people are noting that the defrost light was on for a long time. They either exchanged the unit or got a refund as their ambient room temp was high enough for that to not need to come on. If the temp of the room is fine then you should not see that indication.
As I have noted though for us that was a real shortcoming with the compressor type dehumidifier, the defrost light would often light up and the unit would keep working consuming electricity but the humidity extraction from the air during those times would be nil.
The time that we need a dehumidifier the most is when the compressor types are the least efficient.
I tested that out by bringing our compressor type downstairs and placed it in the same room as the desiccant one. Both were then switched on. Within half an hour the compressor type had its yellow defrost light on whilst the desiccant type was happily working away and filled its 2ltr water compartment whilst the other had no more than a beaker full of water in its, and that was being generous.
We can't afford to heat our whole house up and also have adequate ventilation. If we could then we probably would not need a dehumidifier as much as we do.
In those circumstances of having cooler rooms, which can be damper, a compressor type will struggle.
I can't comment on the "dent" you mentioned.
Best of luck.

Ah, unfortunately the desiccant ones are out of my price range, especially considering that Amazon has offered me a partial refund on my unit for the dent. The price I paid was nearer £50 after going onto live chat. Hence, I think I could live with the light for a while considering the price I paid, but if the unit you purchased is down to £109 again, then I may jump at the opportunity.

Thanks for helping! ;)
1 Like #24
AzNDeals
VimesUK
AzNDeals
Received this earlier today and set it up in one of my rooms that suffers from condensation and wet walls. I've left it there and went to check on it twice; only to see the pause/defrost most on it both times. However, when I checked the water tank, there was water in there.
Does this mean that it's working? Thanks
Oh, and I've noticed that mine has some sort of dent in it at the rear across the grill but I'm unsure if its supposed to be there, can anyone else confirm?
I mentioned earlier in the thread about the latest reviews from Amazon where people are noting that the defrost light was on for a long time. They either exchanged the unit or got a refund as their ambient room temp was high enough for that to not need to come on. If the temp of the room is fine then you should not see that indication.
As I have noted though for us that was a real shortcoming with the compressor type dehumidifier, the defrost light would often light up and the unit would keep working consuming electricity but the humidity extraction from the air during those times would be nil.
The time that we need a dehumidifier the most is when the compressor types are the least efficient.
I tested that out by bringing our compressor type downstairs and placed it in the same room as the desiccant one. Both were then switched on. Within half an hour the compressor type had its yellow defrost light on whilst the desiccant type was happily working away and filled its 2ltr water compartment whilst the other had no more than a beaker full of water in its, and that was being generous.
We can't afford to heat our whole house up and also have adequate ventilation. If we could then we probably would not need a dehumidifier as much as we do.
In those circumstances of having cooler rooms, which can be damper, a compressor type will struggle.
I can't comment on the "dent" you mentioned.
Best of luck.
Ah, unfortunately the desiccant ones are out of my price range, especially considering that Amazon has offered me a partial refund on my unit for the dent. The price I paid was nearer £50 after going onto live chat. Hence, I think I could live with the light for a while considering the price I paid, but if the unit you purchased is down to £109 again, then I may jump at the opportunity.
Thanks for helping! ;)


No worries :)

You might want to add the one that I bought to your basket at Amazon and then shift it to the "buy later" option. That way you do not buy it by mistake but if the price changes Amazon will notify you.

I know that the desiccant type are more expensive to buy but maybe that is offset by ours being on for less time and extracting more moisture over that of the other type.

EDIT: Great result btw on the price reduction....!

Edited By: VimesUK on Feb 19, 2017 10:14: Added information

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