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Blyss 10L Dehumidifier £76 at B&Q
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Just picked up this bargain £110priced on shelf not even updated. Couldn’t believe it. £76.... £34 reduction
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PAULTRD03/02/2020 20:17

I thought the thermoelectric cooling ones were the cheaper type?


Peltier? Yeah they're the very cheapest and basically pants. Compressor types are generally cheaper and more common than desiccant, and that's why the type isn't mentioned here which is very typical. If it's desiccant the retailer will normally advertise the fact. Generally speaking compressor types are fine if they are being used somewhere at room temperature but they struggle at lower temperatures. Desiccant types normally cost more to buy and definitely cost more to run in direct comparison, but they are effective at any temperature so in a cold room or conservatory they end up being much more efficient.
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Good value, but by golly that's ugly.
I knowBut it works ha
Desperately looking for a decent one of these. Can anyone vouch for this model?
No stock anywhere
I assume this is a Desiccant unit?
PAULTRD03/02/2020 15:14

I assume this is a Desiccant unit?


I suspect not; it has a max indicator light.
Rami_Radwan03/02/2020 15:00

Desperately looking for a decent one of these. Can anyone vouch for this …Desperately looking for a decent one of these. Can anyone vouch for this model?


Had one for last 4.5 years, left on standby constantly so it kicks in if humidity rises above a threshold - has been superb and still going strong without issue so yes recommend. Compact and discreet/quiet enough but draws plenty of moisture from room - you can also attach a hose to drain straight into a sink or drain if you need to (eg into a utility rm sink) as well as into the storage tank.
Rami_Radwan03/02/2020 15:00

Desperately looking for a decent one of these. Can anyone vouch for this …Desperately looking for a decent one of these. Can anyone vouch for this model?


I've just bought a 16l version from screwfix for £99 it's brilliant 10l of water collected over 4 day couldn't believe it.
I also have this model. Works great. You can set humidity level from buttons on top and it kicks in if it goes over that value. It automatically stops and red light flashes when the tank is full. However I cant say it is quiet. Not sure about other brands
terriclarkfan03/02/2020 15:21

I suspect not; it has a max indicator light.


that's for when it's full and has nothing to do with the method it uses to condense water...
No stock anywhere nearby.cam anyone recommend a good alternative for a bedroom.lot of condensation has caused black mould around window
Whitedot03/02/2020 19:54

Compressor.


Very good price (if you can get one) for a refrigerant unit. Thanks
PAULTRD03/02/2020 19:57

Very good price (if you can get one) for a refrigerant unit. Thanks


Compressor models are the cheaper type.
Whitedot03/02/2020 19:58

Compressor models are the cheaper type.


I thought the thermoelectric cooling ones were the cheaper type?
PAULTRD03/02/2020 20:17

I thought the thermoelectric cooling ones were the cheaper type?


Peltier? Yeah they're the very cheapest and basically pants. Compressor types are generally cheaper and more common than desiccant, and that's why the type isn't mentioned here which is very typical. If it's desiccant the retailer will normally advertise the fact. Generally speaking compressor types are fine if they are being used somewhere at room temperature but they struggle at lower temperatures. Desiccant types normally cost more to buy and definitely cost more to run in direct comparison, but they are effective at any temperature so in a cold room or conservatory they end up being much more efficient.
Good price. I got a refurbished one off eBay for about £80 a year or so ago. Seems to work well.

Only annoyance is it doesn't turn on automatically when you turn the socket on without pressing the button on the top. Means I can't turn it on remotely with a smart plug, only off once I've turned it on myself.

I keep meaning to hook it up to my energy monitor plug to see how much it's using.
Whitedot03/02/2020 19:58

Compressor models are the cheaper type.


But they do the same thing, right?
LouTaylor7803/02/2020 15:55

I've just bought a 16l version from screwfix for £99 it's brilliant 10l of …I've just bought a 16l version from screwfix for £99 it's brilliant 10l of water collected over 4 day couldn't believe it.


Have you got a link to the one you got please?
EN1GMA04/02/2020 09:56

But they do the same thing, right?


In principle. In practice, how well they do that same thing depends on the context in which they are used (see above).
EN1GMA04/02/2020 09:58

Have you got a link to the one you got please?


I've just checked it's back up to £109.99 now it was on offer, but still worth it in my opinion screwfix.com/p/b…8gy
Which store was this, just been to my local in Derby and its still £110 unfortunately. Thanks
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