WDH-122H-12R 12LTR DEHUMIDIFIER @ Screwfix £129.99 to £79.99 - HotUKDeals
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WDH-122H-12R 12LTR DEHUMIDIFIER @ Screwfix £129.99 to £79.99

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Removes 12Ltr/Day Single-Speed Mechanical Switch Continuous Drainage Facility 4Ltr Tank 1 Year Guarantee Read More
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Removes 12Ltr/Day
Single-Speed
Mechanical Switch
Continuous Drainage Facility
4Ltr Tank
1 Year Guarantee
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1 Like #1
Is this a compressor or dessicant type? Not being lazy, can find no reference to which type it is in the info...
#2
Unbranded
4 Likes #3
In the QA screwfix support say it's a compressor
3 Likes #4
bellboys
Is this a compressor or dessicant type? Not being lazy, can find no reference to which type it is in the info...


think it must be compressor as label on back says; pressure (suction) 1.2MPa (discharge) 2.4MPa.
I bought this two years ago on offer, it's been brilliant for my old, damp house, drying plaster, flood clear up etc
1 Like #5
Compressor type
1 Like #6
Use this in my uni room. I'm always surprised my the amount of water it collects. Rooms feels a lot dryer too!
4 Likes #7
Bought this the last time it was on offer. Does a great job, but water tank resonates and makes a right din. Had to stick tape on it to reduce the vibrations.
3 Likes #8
Got one last year also, and very pleased with it. Can rattle as above comments, but a little piece of rubber below the water tank fixed that.
Bargain!
#9
Can anyone tell me if this is the one it shows when you click 'video' on that page? That seems to say 16 litres per day and it looks a bit more 'flashy' if you see what I mean.
1 Like #10
At the end of the video it shows the two different models. The one shown is the more expensive one here.
#11
simandoo
Can anyone tell me if this is the one it shows when you click 'video' on that page? That seems to say 16 litres per day and it looks a bit more 'flashy' if you see what I mean.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SquRiUWRHpU
1 Like #12
bc111
simandoo
Can anyone tell me if this is the one it shows when you click 'video' on that page? That seems to say 16 litres per day and it looks a bit more 'flashy' if you see what I mean.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SquRiUWRHpU
No I believe the one in the video is the £99 one..
#13
teerex
Unbranded

Costco currently has a Dimplex (DXDH20N) 20L
£119.89 (inc VAT)
£99.91 (exc VAT)
Standard Delivery Included
1 Like #14
Yesterday i Bought one from Lidl with 7 Litre tank for £99.
1 Like #15
hot. I have this model for over a year now. Working fine, does what it says on the tin..
2 Likes #16
Many thanks for posting this offer. Been looking for few days now online and thought id try one more time looking on here. Have bought! much appreciated!! :D
#17
Bought this last year for mother dearest as she always dries her clothes indoor. She was surprised at how much water it collected when drying her clothes. Where else is that moisture gonna go??.....to the brick work chaps!
2 Likes #18
Btw it works a damn treat and a great price for such a large tank :)
Heat OP
1 Like #19
got this one since 2 years now and its fantastic.
#20
couple of questions... 1. are these expensive to run? 2. would these work in a garage to remove condensation (that eventually drips and forms puddles). thanks
2 Likes #21
leicesterfan
couple of questions... 1. are these expensive to run? 2. would these work in a garage to remove condensation (that eventually drips and forms puddles). thanks

180 watts per hour or approximately 3p per hour
This is very economical and very efficient, depends on the size of your garage.
#22
We use one to speed up drying clothes indoors during the winter, works fine and prevents mound if you use radiators to dry clothes indoors
#23
Is this quiet?
1 Like #24
Can't enter my payment details on the screwfix site!
#25
blueretro
Can't enter my payment details on the screwfix site!

Do you have a local store ?
#26
meli89
Is this quiet?

Going by a review no louder than a fan
#27
How many times do we used it per a day or a week
#28
nomanko
How many times do we used it per a day or a week

nomanko if you click on the deal and read the reviews it may give you a better idea of uses and length of time to use it.
1 Like #29
bc111
blueretro
Can't enter my payment details on the screwfix site!
Do you have a local store ?
I do, but I wanted to go for the lazy free next day delivery option.
1 Like #30
blueretro
bc111
blueretro
Can't enter my payment details on the screwfix site!
Do you have a local store ?
I do, but I wanted to go for the lazy free next day delivery option.

:)
1 Like #31
Does anyone know the minimum working temperature for this unit? Need a dehumidifier for my garage but worried about the operating temperature range.
2 Likes #32
soldave
Does anyone know the minimum working temperature for this unit? Need a dehumidifier for my garage but worried about the operating temperature range.

5-32 °C
#33
bc111
soldave
Does anyone know the minimum working temperature for this unit? Need a dehumidifier for my garage but worried about the operating temperature range.
5-32 °C
Thanks for that. Could work :)

Edited By: soldave on Jan 09, 2017 18:44
2 Likes #34
Nice fine op. Think i'll go for the slightly bigger one which is also on offer at £99 - http://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-316db-16ltr-dehumidifier/1379g
#35
bc111
leicesterfan
couple of questions... 1. are these expensive to run? 2. would these work in a garage to remove condensation (that eventually drips and forms puddles). thanks

180 watts per hour or approximately 3p per hour
This is very economical and very efficient, depends on the size of your garage.
bc111
leicesterfan
couple of questions... 1. are these expensive to run? 2. would these work in a garage to remove condensation (that eventually drips and forms puddles). thanks

180 watts per hour or approximately 3p per hour
This is very economical and very efficient, depends on the size of your garage.
bc111
[quote=leicesterfan]couple of questions... 1. are these expensive to run? 2. would these work in a garage to remove condensation (that eventually drips and forms puddles). thanks

180 watts per hour or approximately 3p per hour
This is very economical and very efficient, depends on the size of your garage. was going to ask the same we have large garage but this time of yr its very damp.prams car seats anything we store gets moulded.wonder would this work?
1 Like #36
bc111
blueretro
bc111
blueretro
Can't enter my payment details on the screwfix site!
Do you have a local store ?
I do, but I wanted to go for the lazy free next day delivery option.
:)
Ended up just ordering over the phone. It's coming tomorrow at some point
2 Likes #37
jaques_kalis
hot. I have this model for over a year now. Working fine, does what it says on the tin..
does it come in a tin?
#38
These are also very good for pet dogs & cats with breathing difficulties such as Asthma.
#39
polo_mint4
Nice fine op. Think i'll go for the slightly bigger one which is also on offer at £99 - http://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-316db-16ltr-dehumidifier/1379g
As did I...8)
1 Like #40
polo_mint4
Nice fine op. Think i'll go for the slightly bigger one which is also on offer at £99 - http://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-316db-16ltr-dehumidifier/1379g

Its actually smaller but draws more moisture is upto 16 Ltr a day but holding tank is 2.4 Ltr
as opposed to this which does upto 12 Ltr a day with 4 Ltr Tank

no issue if you are connecting to a hosepipe and a bucket or straight to outside lol

but thought Id clarify as I was about to buy that but then realised as I am not goint to connect mine to an outlet and relying on the tank

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