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Cordless and Reusable Compact Mini Dehumidifier BOGOF £24.99 @"mirrorreaderoffers.co.uk"
Cordless and Reusable Compact Mini Dehumidifier BOGOF £24.99 @"mirrorreaderoffers.co.uk"

Cordless and Reusable Compact Mini Dehumidifier BOGOF £24.99 @"mirrorreaderoffers.co.uk"

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No more damp clothes, musty smells and damaging effects of mould and mildew.
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It just takes a second to hang this compact mini dehumidifier anywhere where it is damp. NO fixing, NO wiring, NO batteries... it's so simple... the 100% renewable, nontoxic water glass crystals in the cassette silently get to work, sucking moisture from the air.

After 3-8 weeks the weight of the dehumidifier will increase, and the crystals in the indicator window will change from blue to pink to show that it will need to be renewed'. Simply remove, attach the power cable, plug into the mains power supply in a well-ventilated room and the built in heater will warm up the crystals, allowing them to expand and release the moisture.

Completely reusable once the crystals are dry (blue) it is ready to use again! Just unplug and reuse! No mess, no fuss and no expensive refills. Hang or stand one in attics, cellars, garages, caravans, bathrooms, window sills, safes etc and that's it! No more expensive damage from damp, mildew and mould AND NO MORE NASTY SMELLS. Compact and completely portable, move it around your home wherever you need to keep an area fresh and dry.

Measures just 15 x 12 x 3.5cm. Comes complete with free dehumidifier included.

I hope i posted this coreectly...

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These are basically the same as the caravan dehumidifiers we bought from TowSure a while ago.

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they are £16.87 + £4.95 p&p making them £21.82

They are quite good, as long as you remember to recharge them reasonably frequently !

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this really has to be the most pointless gadget ever, firstly it sucks the moisture and then to release the moisture you plug it back in to release the moisture back in a room....wtf!!!!! ok i know they said well ventilated room but wtf!!!

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mmmm i never thought bout it like that lo... me thinks this isnt going to go so well....

i don't think they're a bad idea. My bedroom is the only room in the house that suffers from damp due to condensation, i have a electric one at the moment but it's makes to much noise and it's big and bulky so i might give this a try. Has anyone used them before?

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i have invested in one so wont know till i receive it... i thought it was a bargin for that price!

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i don't think they're a bad idea. My bedroom is the only room in the … i don't think they're a bad idea. My bedroom is the only room in the house that suffers from damp due to condensation, i have a electric one at the moment but it's makes to much noise and it's big and bulky so i might give this a try. Has anyone used them before?



i too don't think it's a bad idea , awaiting more opinions.

a good product, why cold?

I purchased some of these things well over a year ago, they were quite cheap and sold in pairs, I seem to remember under £20
They are only any good in small spaces, we use them in wardrobes and seem to work okay taking any dampness out. But as people say, when the crystals change colour, you have to plug them into the electrics to dry them out again, so DONT do that in a damp room, it takes quite a few hours to recharge them and then they seem to work in a wardrobe for a week or two. It does stop mould and damp smells in small places, but as it can only absorb a small amount of moisture, it would be useless in anywhere much bigger than a wardrobe etc, otherwise you would be contantly drying it out.

I've got similar ones in my bedroom. Paid around £20 for two. They are good as it's just the bedroom that suffers from condensation. I hand them in the cupboard to protect the clothes. One the need recharged I plug them in in the hall which is well ventilated. They are decent!

A much cheaper option would be to buy a big bag of silica gel and dry it out in a warm oven/ heater every 2 months.

You can get non electric mini Dehumidifier from the cheap shops or sometimes a 2 pack from the pound shop, the cristals soak the moisture up then you bin it and start again, these work quite well for me and take lots of moisture out the air, not as good as a electric Dehumidifier but a better idea then this post i think.
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