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Vax Power Extract 16L Dehumidifier Reduced from £179.99 to £110.49

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Vax Power Extract 16L Dehumidifier Reduced from £179.99 to £129.99 then extra 15% off taking it to £110.49 with code CLEAN15 Looks to have good reviews too. Read More
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Vax Power Extract 16L Dehumidifier Reduced from £179.99 to £129.99 then extra 15% off taking it to £110.49 with code CLEAN15

Looks to have good reviews too.
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#1
Smaller 10L model available for the same price too.

http://www.vax.co.uk/vax-power-extract-16l-dehumidifier
#2
Thanks . I hope Amazon match this because I want one sent to my place in Ireland and only Amazon are willing to do that without charging a huge delivery fee. fingers crossed
1 Like #3
have a look at the aldi one, cheaper, looks identical, most probably same factory and a 3 year guarantee.
1 Like #4
shadey12
have a look at the aldi one, cheaper, looks identical, most probably same factory and a 3 year guarantee.


I have found a review but can't find it in-store or online. Is it available to buy at present?
1 Like #5
Just remember that it's 350W so it's a KWh every 3 hours and that although in optimum conditions it can remove 16L of water in 24 hours, it only has a 5.5L tank .
#6
Thoughtful
Just remember that it's 350W so it's a KWh every 3 hours and that although in optimum conditions it can remove 16L of water in 24 hours, it only has a 5.5L tank .
What do you recommend instead?
#7
Thoughtful
Just remember that it's 350W so it's a KWh every 3 hours and that although in optimum conditions it can remove 16L of water in 24 hours, it only has a 5.5L tank .
It's not going to constantly run, they cut in and out so won't use a kWh in 3hrs.
1 Like #8
Dedcon
shadey12
have a look at the aldi one, cheaper, looks identical, most probably same factory and a 3 year guarantee.


I have found a review but can't find it in-store or online. Is it available to buy at present?


That's what I thought, they're not available, so I've ordered one of these. Thanks OP.
#9
3% quidco 3.15% tcb
#10
Dedcon
shadey12
have a look at the aldi one, cheaper, looks identical, most probably same factory and a 3 year guarantee.


I have found a review but can't find it in-store or online. Is it available to buy at present?


sorry about that, they went into stores 25/9
they were still available online line last Wednesday.
I bought one in Batley on Thursday for £90
they had 3 left
3 Likes #11
In my personal experience, compressor dehumidifiers do not work properly unless you keep room heating on as well. They freeze at low temperatures and have to be defrosted before they work again . Better buy dessicant dehumidifiers which can work at any temperature.
#12
Nice
#13
snoopy18
Thoughtful
Just remember that it's 350W so it's a KWh every 3 hours and that although in optimum conditions it can remove 16L of water in 24 hours, it only has a 5.5L tank .
What do you recommend instead?

You can use it, just connect a drain tube to the tank,
or you could use a tiny aquarium pump on a timer
#14
sam_of_london
In my personal experience, compressor dehumidifiers do not work properly unless you keep room heating on as well. They freeze at low temperatures and have to be defrosted before they work again . Better buy dessicant dehumidifiers which can work at any temperature.


Dessicant dehumidifiers use more leccy though.
#15
We have a bad skylight condensation and leak issue. Think we need something like this to deal with the condensation problem.
1 Like #16
Bought, thank you OP!! :)
#17
Does this just cover the room you put it in or can get it be effective for a wider area.

Have condensation in a room upstairs and downstairs
1 Like #18
Gollywood
Does this just cover the room you put it in or can get it be effective for a wider area.
Have condensation in a room upstairs and downstairs
I guess you might need to have 2 to work
#19
code no longer works :(
1 Like #20
BLACK20 code for 20% and it becomes £104.
#21
maybe good but vouch for ebac,

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