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Posted 27th Oct

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This is best i could find in my price range.
Plus is really good according to reviews.
My will arrive on 1 nov.
Will let you know if im not happy with purchase.
Community Updates
Vida 10L dehumidifier The Vida 10L dehumidifier is not only outstanding value for money, it is also a stylishly designed machine.

Dehumidifiers play an important role in your family's health as well as helping keep your home in good condition. When humidity levels in your home are high, it encourages allergens such as dust mites, mould and mildew to thrive. Small living spaces with limited ventilation, such as bathrooms or kitchens in a small apartment or basement apartments, are common areas where moisture can build up.

Odours which accompany mould and mildew are greatly reduced by dehumidifiers, and they reduce the chances of mould developing in your home. They can also be used for commercial and industrial applications.

While your Vida dehumidifier is working quietly and efficiently in your home, it is also helping to reduce irritation to your skin and your respiratory system, helping with allergies like sneezing and difficulty breathing. Not only does it have health benefits, a less humid environment in your home also means that clothing will dry faster, breads and cereals will remain fresh longer without getting stale, and you won't find signs of rust or corrosion on things like computer equipment, electronics, and tools.



Signs you need a dehumidifier;

  • Water stains on the walls or ceiling
  • Mould spores (small black spots) in rooms with poor ventilation
  • Frequent condensation on the windows in certain areas of your home
  • Musty smells
Specifications and information;

  • Slim space saving design
  • Extract up to 10 litres a day
  • Reduce or eliminate mould, damp and condensation
  • Economical to run with Digital Humidistat controls
  • Easy to use controls
  • 3 layers filter enable better air purification
  • Water tank indication
  • On castors for portability
  • Continuous Drainage Option

Technical info

  • Power Supply AC220V-240V/50Hz
  • Rated Input Power 210W
  • Rated Input Current 1.2A
  • Dehumidify Capacity (30℃80%) 10L/ Day(30℃,80%)
  • Noise ≤45dB(A)
  • Air Circulation 120m3/hr
  • Refrigerant /Charge R134a
  • Working Temp. 5ºC-38ºC
  • Recommend Room Size 15~25m2
  • Control Type Electronic
  • Auto Defrost Yes
  • Drainage Water Tank/Tube Continuously Drainage
  • Timing 1-24HR
  • Dimension 280 x 170 x 485mm
  • Weight 11kg

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IkkyPatel27/10/2019 22:15

How powerfull is it any reviews i need it asap


You also need some punctuation, asap.
SherlockGnomes27/10/2019 22:56

That doesn't look right. I think you might have moved the decimal place …That doesn't look right. I think you might have moved the decimal place too far. More like 25.2p an hour.


Might want to delete this.
mg199527/10/2019 22:13

Let us know how running costs are


Power output is 210w (0.21kW)
Assuming you pay around 12p per kWh, then it will cost:

12p * 0.21kW = 2.52p per hour

This assumes it's running at maximum power for the full hour.
googley227/10/2019 22:52

I have a 10L one in my living room and now it needs to be on all day long, …I have a 10L one in my living room and now it needs to be on all day long, it only needs to be emptied once a week so quite happy with that. Need another one for upstairs but want something that is quiet, very loud when its on laminate flooring.


If yours needs to be on all day and you only empty it once a week you either have a faulty unit or very low humidity? in which case you are wasting energy by leaving it on all day. I have a 20L model that has a 6 litre tank and that stays on all day and needs to be emptied around every 36 hours.
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Let us know how running costs are
How powerfull is it any reviews i need it asap
Maybe better to go for the 20l as it has a 5l tank and this one it don't say.
IkkyPatel27/10/2019 22:15

How powerfull is it any reviews i need it asap


You also need some punctuation, asap.
It looks like a heat pump compressor based dehumidifier based on the operating temperature range. It's extremely cheap for what it is and I like the continuous drain option.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 28th Oct
This is a compressor type dehumidifier. Best to look up whether this suits your requirements or not.
mg199527/10/2019 22:13

Let us know how running costs are


Power output is 210w (0.21kW)
Assuming you pay around 12p per kWh, then it will cost:

12p * 0.21kW = 2.52p per hour

This assumes it's running at maximum power for the full hour.
I have a 10L one in my living room and now it needs to be on all day long, it only needs to be emptied once a week so quite happy with that. Need another one for upstairs but want something that is quiet, very loud when its on laminate flooring.
Uns27/10/2019 22:45

Power output is 210w (0.21kW)Assuming you pay around 12p per kWh, then it …Power output is 210w (0.21kW)Assuming you pay around 12p per kWh, then it will cost:12p * 0.21kW = 2.52p per hourThis assumes it's running at maximum power for the full hour.



That doesn't look right. I think you might have moved the decimal place too far. More like 25.2p an hour.
SherlockGnomes27/10/2019 22:56

That doesn't look right. I think you might have moved the decimal place …That doesn't look right. I think you might have moved the decimal place too far. More like 25.2p an hour.


Might want to delete this.
I got this about 2 weeks ago for my mum its ok.
Went through topcashback but didnt track bacause i paid with paypal . doh !!!
Tempted.

My dessicant machine is too power hungry.
SherlockGnomes27/10/2019 22:56

That doesn't look right. I think you might have moved the decimal place …That doesn't look right. I think you might have moved the decimal place too far. More like 25.2p an hour.

a short move towards a Maths class maybe more to the decimal point !, is it helpful if it costs £0.0252 per hour ?
Edited by: "harmageddon" 28th Oct
googley227/10/2019 22:52

I have a 10L one in my living room and now it needs to be on all day long, …I have a 10L one in my living room and now it needs to be on all day long, it only needs to be emptied once a week so quite happy with that. Need another one for upstairs but want something that is quiet, very loud when its on laminate flooring.


However, that means you have more moisture sitting in the room you are trying to deal with.
Recommend you empty these every single day (plants) toilet etc.

Also whilst on the subject ashp tumble drier her seems to work better in this manner too (is not allowing tank to fill).
Just purchased the Vida 20 litre from Ebuyer for 97.25 including vat and delivery. It was the cheapest I could find and wanted larger capacity. Hoping that it works well as there were limited reviews however ones on there were favourable. If u looking for larger capacity have a butchers.
ebuyer.com/863…0nr
Whitedot27/10/2019 23:05

Might want to delete this.



harmageddon28/10/2019 00:18

a short move towards a Maths class maybe more to the decimal point !, is …a short move towards a Maths class maybe more to the decimal point !, is it helpful if it costs £0.0252 per hour ?


I read it as £2.52
Where is the spec savers deal?
googley227/10/2019 22:52

I have a 10L one in my living room and now it needs to be on all day long, …I have a 10L one in my living room and now it needs to be on all day long, it only needs to be emptied once a week so quite happy with that. Need another one for upstairs but want something that is quiet, very loud when its on laminate flooring.


Think mines 15lt and needs emptying every day
googley227/10/2019 22:52

I have a 10L one in my living room and now it needs to be on all day long, …I have a 10L one in my living room and now it needs to be on all day long, it only needs to be emptied once a week so quite happy with that. Need another one for upstairs but want something that is quiet, very loud when its on laminate flooring.


If yours needs to be on all day and you only empty it once a week you either have a faulty unit or very low humidity? in which case you are wasting energy by leaving it on all day. I have a 20L model that has a 6 litre tank and that stays on all day and needs to be emptied around every 36 hours.
1% quidco or TCB
maria_h28/10/2019 01:47

Just purchased the Vida 20 litre from Ebuyer for 97.25 including vat and …Just purchased the Vida 20 litre from Ebuyer for 97.25 including vat and delivery. It was the cheapest I could find and wanted larger capacity. Hoping that it works well as there were limited reviews however ones on there were favourable. If u looking for larger capacity have a butchers.https://www.ebuyer.com/863544-vida-20l-portable-dehumidifier-ol20-270nr


I been thinking to buy this one but looks like is very noisy.
Uns27/10/2019 22:45

Power output is 210w (0.21kW)Assuming you pay around 12p per kWh, then it …Power output is 210w (0.21kW)Assuming you pay around 12p per kWh, then it will cost:12p * 0.21kW = 2.52p per hourThis assumes it's running at maximum power for the full hour.


taken from the net :
The running costs of a dehumidifier varies depending on its power rating and your energy tariff. Here’s a rough estimate using the average energy tariff of 15.41p/kWh,

250W =£0.04 an hour and £0.46per day and £3.24 per week
Uns27/10/2019 22:45

Power output is 210w (0.21kW)Assuming you pay around 12p per kWh, then it …Power output is 210w (0.21kW)Assuming you pay around 12p per kWh, then it will cost:12p * 0.21kW = 2.52p per hourThis assumes it's running at maximum power for the full hour.


How do you pay 12p per kw I am paying 18p
bargins4us28/10/2019 15:41

taken from the net :The running costs of a dehumidifier varies depending …taken from the net :The running costs of a dehumidifier varies depending on its power rating and your energy tariff. Here’s a rough estimate using the average energy tariff of 15.41p/kWh,250W =£0.04 an hour and £0.46per day and £3.24 per week


I find it better to use old 60w light bulbs as example.. it's just over 4 light bulbs
Add Vat £12.69
Pure_Evil28/10/2019 18:09

Add Vat £12.69


Refreshed a few times and it didn't add the Vat.
brendanhickey28/10/2019 17:28

How do you pay 12p per kw I am paying 18p


It's worth doing a full comparison on an accredited switching site - the energy regulator hold a list of accredited switching sites.

My tariff is just under 12.5p, including a little extra to get it from a 100% renewable supplier.
bargins4us28/10/2019 15:41

taken from the net :The running costs of a dehumidifier varies depending …taken from the net :The running costs of a dehumidifier varies depending on its power rating and your energy tariff. Here’s a rough estimate using the average energy tariff of 15.41p/kWh,250W =£0.04 an hour and £0.46per day and £3.24 per week


£3.24 per week to run, and presumably it dries clothes fairly quickly too. That's far more cost effective than a dryer.
Quite heavy
. And small water tray with no lid
Ok for price. Paid about £72 from same website
Are these things worth it? Or is simply opening a window going to achieve a similar effect? (Ventilation etc.)
marlej23_28/10/2019 09:16

I been thinking to buy this one but looks like is very noisy.



I’m gonna jump onto this thread of corrections and add ‘Sounds like’
David.Tap28/10/2019 22:37

Are these things worth it? Or is simply opening a window going to achieve …Are these things worth it? Or is simply opening a window going to achieve a similar effect? (Ventilation etc.)


I get bad condensation opening windows doest help
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How much would it cost to run this per hour?
Ecoair dd1 classic mk5 bit more expensive but amazing, works really well. Always check Appliances direct as we have bought our dehumidifier and dryer from them as they were the cheapest. I always check them when looking for white goods
Awesome! Really good price this brand new. We’ve been drying clothes in doors and didn’t realise how much the humidity in the house had gone up, until recently when the water has condensing on the windows. Hopefully this will sort it out
One of the best buys in my life to be honest. I brought a flat. One of the cupboards smelt, condensation on the windows...

Brought a dehumidifier, an economical one. 5p per house. All this was changed and sorted within a week.

Now it gets used to dry the clothes and the sound helps me to sleep instead of using the fan like I used to
I saw this a bit late as I've already ordered an ecoair dc18 for £159.99. But which one's better??? The Ecoair DC18 or the VIDA 20L PORTABLE??? ... I need one for a large 4 bedroom property.
Edited by: "Bargainz999" 29th Oct
hanif24827/10/2019 22:42

You also need some punctuation, asap.


You need to get some perspective. In what way was that necessary? You dork.
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