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Aldi special buy Easy Home Dehumidifier £119.99

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Posted 18th Sep 2018
I don't know if this is worth the money or if it's better than any in the same price bracket on Amazon.

Here's the spec from Aldi's website;

Brand:

Easy Home

Capacity:

5.5L approx. (water tank)

Colour:

White

Cord Length:

180cm

Dimensions:

34 x 21 x 57cm approx.

Material:

Housing: ABS Plastic

Product Type:

Laundry & Storage

Voltage:

220-240V

Wattage:

350W (420W max.)

Weight:

14.5kg approx.

A high-performance dehumidifier, effective against damp and great for preventing the growth of mould. With special dehumidifying indicators, timer, memory function and various other features, this is an essential piece of equipment for a comfortable and healthy atmosphere in any standard-sized room.

Features
Helps to control the growth of mould which is present in damp environments such as cellars, holiday homes and garages
LED Display with blue figures shows the relative humidity, set humidity, temperature or timer setting
Humidity individually adjustable (between 30% and 80%)
6 function buttons: Mode/Fan setting/Timer/Up/Down/Power
Long term operation
Connection for a drainage hose
Automatic operation
Warning signal when water container has reached full capacity
Automatic shutdown
Overflow protection
Clothes drying function
Timer for short operating: Timer from (1 to 24 hours)
Memory function
Practical handle and wheels
Additional connector for common hose thread connections
Can be used in rooms up to 20m² in size
Removes up to approx. 20 litres of moisture per day
Guarantee/Warranty
3 Years
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sam_of_london4 h, 28 m ago

Dessicant dehumidifier are much better than compressor ones [Image]


That's a bit misleading, the truth is that both types have their pros and cons, with the overall suitability being a factor of your circumstances. This one is a decent explanation for starters, of their differences:

https://www.meaco.com/blo…er/
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Thanks @sboothy looks good to me
Paid £140 for a 16 litre model not too long ago, so this seems a good deal!

Purchased mine based on it being advertised as super quiet (which it is!) and the low power use, only 200w.
SPeedY_B18/09/2018 17:25

Paid £140 for a 16 litre model not too long ago, so this seems a good …Paid £140 for a 16 litre model not too long ago, so this seems a good deal! Purchased mine based on it being advertised as super quiet (which it is!) and the low power use, only 200w.


I'm really unsure about getting this. It looks like it has a decent spec but you can't find reviews and it's 420w.
sboothy3 m ago

I'm really unsure about getting this. It looks like it has a decent spec …I'm really unsure about getting this. It looks like it has a decent spec but you can't find reviews and it's 420w.


Depends how often you'll use it. I knew mine would be fairly frequent, so sought out low power.

One advantage with Aldi is they will accept a return if you decide it's not for you.

If you want some alternate options, this is the one I bought (gone up recently, annoyingly) and they have a decent selection available - electriQ 16 @ Appliances Direct
Can't remember if we've had ours a year or two years now but it seems decent and does a good job! We often use it to dry laundry if it's been a wet day and it has no problem drying clothes and filling it's water bucket overnight.
ahenners18/09/2018 17:38

Can't remember if we've had ours a year or two years now but it seems …Can't remember if we've had ours a year or two years now but it seems decent and does a good job! We often use it to dry laundry if it's been a wet day and it has no problem drying clothes and filling it's water bucket overnight.


So you don't need to use a dryer at all?
adhkarzf11 m ago

So you don't need to use a dryer at all?


We do not have a dryer. A dryer would probably do the job quicker but we don't really have the space and cope fine without.
Dessicant dehumidifier are much better than compressor ones
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Edited by: "sam_of_london" 18th Sep 2018
sboothy2 h, 9 m ago

I'm really unsure about getting this. It looks like it has a decent spec …I'm really unsure about getting this. It looks like it has a decent spec but you can't find reviews and it's 420w.


We had one back a few years ago very noisy and didn't last long, Aldi's third party warranty company gave us a refund and told use throw it away as they didn't want it back. I checked on eBay and there were loads on their as spares and repairs.
sam_of_london18/09/2018 19:28

Dessicant dehumidifier are much better than compressor ones [Image]


I was wondering the main advantage to them? Are they cheaper?

We are looking round for a cheap one for drying the laundry (have a tumble dryer, but put shirts etc in there for 15mins before hanging them on coat hangers to dry so you don't have to iron them).

I've been looking at the Ebac 3650e or 3850e as they have good reviews, cheap to run and made in the UK.
Dragon3218/09/2018 20:22

I was wondering the main advantage to them? Are they cheaper? We are …I was wondering the main advantage to them? Are they cheaper? We are looking round for a cheap one for drying the laundry (have a tumble dryer, but put shirts etc in there for 15mins before hanging them on coat hangers to dry so you don't have to iron them).I've been looking at the Ebac 3650e or 3850e as they have good reviews, cheap to run and made in the UK.


No compressor noise, they're much more effective at lower temperatures and they also put out warm air. They are more expensive though but i'd have one over a compressor based model in a heart-beat.
freakstyler34 m ago

No compressor noise, they're much more effective at lower temperatures and …No compressor noise, they're much more effective at lower temperatures and they also put out warm air. They are more expensive though but i'd have one over a compressor based model in a heart-beat.


Ok.

I'll have to look into them.

Cheers.
sam_of_london4 h, 28 m ago

Dessicant dehumidifier are much better than compressor ones [Image]


That's a bit misleading, the truth is that both types have their pros and cons, with the overall suitability being a factor of your circumstances. This one is a decent explanation for starters, of their differences:

https://www.meaco.com/blo…er/
We had a major damp problem in our house. 5 years ago bought the ebac Amazon model! Fantastic.. gets rid of excess moisture, bout another one for upstairs again the ebac Amazon, no issues with either so far, remember one is five years old and one is three years old. Made my mother buy one for her house! They're really good if you're drying clothes indoor. Obviously we empty it more during the winter.
Lidl have got one coming up if of any use to anybody..

lidl.co.uk/en/…r=7
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