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Lidl 230W Silvercrest Dehumidifier - £99.00

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From Sunday 8th Jan Was £119 now £99 3 year warranty 320W For rooms up to 20m², with high humidity reduction – up to 20 litres in 24 hours Control panel with LED display, 24 hour timer and ambient h… Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
From Sunday 8th Jan

Was £119 now £99
3 year warranty
320W
For rooms up to 20m², with high humidity reduction – up to 20 litres in 24 hours
Control panel with LED display, 24 hour timer and ambient humidity display
4 convenient programs help you achieve the perfect humidity level in your home - automatic, laundry drying, target humidity (30–80%) and air purification
With removable water reservoir, warning signal for emptying and overfill protection
Hose connection for continuous operation with the included drainage hose (approx. 30cm) or a garden hose
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#1
This or the Aldi one?
#2
This is either IAN:96805 or IAN:274348. Can anyone confirm?

Either it's a 7l tank capacity compressor type one.

http://www.lidl-service.com/static/91913573/96805_EN.pdf
http://www.lidl-service.com/static/179867764/274348_EN.pdf
1 Like #3
Got this a couple of years ago, great machine but only one speed setting,so is a bit loud at night
1 Like #4
veedubjai
This is either IAN:96805 or IAN:274348. Can anyone confirm?

Either it's a 7l tank capacity compressor type one.

http://www.lidl-service.com/static/91913573/96805_EN.pdf
http://www.lidl-service.com/static/179867764/274348_EN.pdf
Both models are the same ... the tank is huge so doesn't need emptying that often
#5
Does anyone know do its still on sale?
#6
Kamyk071
Does anyone know do its still on sale?

It's available on 8th Jan
#7
m5rcc
This or the Aldi one?

It was on sale back in 25th September?
1 Like #8
Yatty
m5rcc
This or the Aldi one?
It was on sale back in 25th September?

My local Aldi still had 3 in stock
1 Like #9
brilliant!! got it a few years ago too.. also filters air... and drys clothes
#10
Does anyone know if I left this on, in the upstairs hallway, overnight would it dry the washing?
2 Likes #11
vladdy
That's a lot of money. You can pick one for £20 on amazon.
Comparing this four programmable, 230 Watt, 7 litre capacity dehumidifier to a £21.99 one off Amazon with a on/off switch, 23 Watt, 0.5 litre capacity one......
#12
bfam
Does anyone know if I left this on, in the upstairs hallway, overnight would it dry the washing?

We have a dehumidifier up stairs and one downstairs , we find a tumble dryer far better for drying washing. If you're a penny pincher and like washing lying around the house for days I'm guessing it would dry it eventually.. They do shift a fair bit of water .
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villan57
bfam
Does anyone know if I left this on, in the upstairs hallway, overnight would it dry the washing?
We have a dehumidifier up stairs and one downstairs , we find a tumble dryer far better for drying washing. If you're a penny pincher and like washing lying around the house for days I'm guessing it would dry it eventually.. They do shift a fair bit of water .

Did you mean do be so rude? Not everyone has room for a tumble drier.
1 Like #14
Theses are great for helping to dry clothes on an airer so they don't hang around in the house so long
#15
Incredible if your kid's at uni and the house is growing mould because there are 5 students all drying washing in the hall.
#16
I use mine to dry washing on a airer and the washing dries in a day instead of a few days.
#17
Called my store who said these will not be in stock until Sunday.
#18
meli89
Called my store who said these will not be in stock until Sunday.
edited thx
#19
Would this handle a shed? I am getting condensation in a wooden shed which i would like to combat. But perhaps it wouldn't fair well in the recent cold?
1 Like #20
mikejbry
Would this handle a shed? I am getting condensation in a wooden shed which i would like to combat. But perhaps it wouldn't fair well in the recent cold?

This is a compressor type. For your case you would want a desiccant type, which I've read it's more expensive to run

Read more: http://www.which.co.uk/reviews/dehumidifiers/article/how-to-buy-the-best-dehumidifier - Which?
#21
Bought this model today, set it to auto and it's noisy as hell. Are all dehumidifier's this noisy?
#22
I got one yesterday and agree it is very noisy

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