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Electric Dehumidifier - £40 instore @ Aldi Ruislip
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Electric Dehumidifier - £40 instore @ Aldi Ruislip

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Posted 18th Dec 2019Available: London

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"Electric" Dehumidifier, WOW, I can finally get rid of my pedal powered dehumidifier
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definately need one of these, but bit far.
Anyone know if its possible check for stock without physically going to the stores?
latestdeals18/12/2019 14:48

Anyone know if its possible check for stock without physically going to …Anyone know if its possible check for stock without physically going to the stores?


You can try calling the store directly, they won’t reserve the stock but they’ll confirm how many are out
KingCellulose18/12/2019 14:50

You can try calling the store directly, they won’t reserve the stock but t …You can try calling the store directly, they won’t reserve the stock but they’ll confirm how many are out


Sorry, I should've been more specific - is there a way to check online? Calling the stores has invariably been a huge waste of time previously.
It's a fairly old product, so probably no stock except in a few minor cases.

aldi.co.uk/ele…700
Worth giving a few stores a call.
Nice one hopefully my bro can get one, only had one in stock when I called. fingers crossed
"Electric" Dehumidifier, WOW, I can finally get rid of my pedal powered dehumidifier
Bargain if you can find one - good luck.
Good time to have one as they light up like a Christmas tree. Why does it need all the LEDs on the front?
Loudmouthsnook18/12/2019 16:40

"Electric" Dehumidifier, WOW, I can finally get rid of my pedal powered …"Electric" Dehumidifier, WOW, I can finally get rid of my pedal powered dehumidifier


You can buy ones that are not electric
latestdeals18/12/2019 15:23

Sorry, I should've been more specific - is there a way to check online? …Sorry, I should've been more specific - is there a way to check online? Calling the stores has invariably been a huge waste of time previously.


I've always found them exceptionally helpful on the phone and even sometimes phoning other nearby stores for me to check stock while I'm on hold.
trickytree198419/12/2019 16:59

Indeed


Yes, I've tried a few of them, but no spectacular results sadly. I'm going to install a PIV soon and hope it works it's magic
quantum7719/12/2019 17:16

Yes, I've tried a few of them, but no spectacular results sadly. I'm going …Yes, I've tried a few of them, but no spectacular results sadly. I'm going to install a PIV soon and hope it works it's magic


By no means was I recommending them. I was just pointing out that they exist....so writing "electric dehumidifier" isn't stupid.
No details but for one bedroom flat you need at least 10l/per day and for bigger one or house 20l/per day is recommended. I have 2 bedroom flat and run it 7 hours at night (Economy 7) and it brings down humidity from 65 to around 50-55 in that time. And keeps below 70-65 when how a lot of wet clothes.
szyblaszczyk20/12/2019 06:31

No details but for one bedroom flat you need at least 10l/per day and for …No details but for one bedroom flat you need at least 10l/per day and for bigger one or house 20l/per day is recommended. I have 2 bedroom flat and run it 7 hours at night (Economy 7) and it brings down humidity from 65 to around 50-55 in that time. And keeps below 70-65 when how a lot of wet clothes.


Do you have this model? My old dehumidifier kept humidity around 50% but it was only 10l so I’m hoping this one will get it down lower. We have a 2 bed flat.
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