De'Longhi DEM10 Compact Dehumidifier £79.99 @ Amazon (Deal of the Day)
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De'Longhi DEM10 Compact Dehumidifier £79.99 @ Amazon (Deal of the Day)

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Found 12th Jan 2016
I've never seen the price as low as this before.
Ive had mine for 7 years and it's still going strong.
High-efficiency portable dehumidifier with 10 Litres/24 hour extraction rate
2 Litre tank with permanent drain facility and washable dust filter Compact dimensions with pull-up handle
Electronic anti-frost setting for use in cold environments
2 year warranty
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Great I just paid 119 quid from johnlewis..least I get 2 year cover..40 quid more..
Seems as a really nice deal, just seen it 2 mins ago, how does it work? I mean, what do you have to replace over the time, anything like filters, cartridges, fillers, anything like that? How often do you do it and what's the price of any of those? Never had an electric one, I only was using ones with white flakes or something which were absorbing the moisture, sorry for silly questions then.
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Phos23

Seems as a really nice deal, just seen it 2 mins ago, how does it work? I … Seems as a really nice deal, just seen it 2 mins ago, how does it work? I mean, what do you have to replace over the time, anything like filters, cartridges, fillers, anything like that? How often do you do it and what's the price of any of those? Never had an electric one, I only was using ones with white flakes or something which were absorbing the moisture, sorry for silly questions then.


Not silly questions at all, Nothing will need replacing, you just plug it in and your off. when the tank is full, just pull it out and tip it down the drain, once a month pull the filter out and give it a vac (its just a plastic mesh filter) put it back and your ready to go again.
I used to use the granule things and still do for cupboards and things but having a bigger electric humidifier made all the difference. We generally empty it once or twice a day, it is amazing how much water it pulls out of the air, it switches off automatically when it is full. The house is drier and it is warmer because the moisture in the air made it feel cooler than it was, hard to explain, but yes we wouldn't be without it now.
bought it 2 years ago. Very good item
good find op, heat added
Had one which broke down just after two years, I personally wouldn't buy it again. It worked well for those two years but I would have expected it to last longer.
cheaper than all other retailers. on tesco for £125 hot deal.
gimmeabargain

Had one which broke down just after two years, I personally wouldn't buy … Had one which broke down just after two years, I personally wouldn't buy it again. It worked well for those two years but I would have expected it to last longer.



Worth contacting the manufacturer as these things should last more than 2 years for that size of outlay, email them and see their response?
Had ours for 10 years now, getting second one, thanks!
Excellent price....HOT
Excellent dehumidifier. We've had one for about 7/8 years....amazing how much water it collects.

Not sure I agree with this statement though 'The DEM10 uses ecological gas R134a and collects demineralised water that is ideal for re-use in, for example, steam irons' If you are going to do this then make sure you leave your toilet door closed oO
Edited by: "lord_trumpington" 12th Jan 2016
zxcv

Had ours for 10 years now, getting second one, thanks!



​wow 10 years. hope mine lasts like that

I bought mine £89 last November
How does these compare to a PIV unit. I am having a PIV unit installed in 2 weeks. Should I get this to get me on with until that or will I just waste money as the PIV unit is costing a bit already
R1992

Great I just paid 119 quid from johnlewis..least I get 2 year cover..40 … Great I just paid 119 quid from johnlewis..least I get 2 year cover..40 quid more..



Standard 2 year warranty though?
zxcv

Had ours for 10 years now, getting second one, thanks!



I am considering the same. We live in a large Victorian 4 bed so we really need one each for upstairs/downstairs
Is something this size suitable for a room only? Or could you leave it at the bottom of the stairs, leave all doors open and notice a difference in every room of the house?
£4.75 postage and packaging cost??? Am I missing something?
Had 2 that have broke down after 2 years. Wouldn't buy again
R1992

Great I just paid 119 quid from johnlewis..least I get 2 year cover..40 … Great I just paid 119 quid from johnlewis..least I get 2 year cover..40 quid more..



Price match?
Does this make any noise? Want it but want to make sure its not noisy. Thanks
googley2

Does this make any noise? Want it but want to make sure its not noisy. … Does this make any noise? Want it but want to make sure its not noisy. Thanks



Of course it does, not sure I'd want one next to my head while I'm trying to sleep but it's not overly loud.
Will this work any good in an area of the house that sits at around 10 deg c? Thanks
I have the older (much) and larger model than this. In fact, it will celebrate its 14th birthday in September. It has been amazing. It is in permanent use including the summer. Mine is thermostatically controlled and does its job brillliantly. My friend bought an even bigger model than the one I had and after 8 years it needed attention. It was repaired at minimal cost and returned with a 2 year guarantee. It has been faultless since. I think De'Longhi were more than fair under the circumstances. Highly reccommended. I know I wouldn't be without mine.
It needs to be 50cm away from a wall.

And Which.co.uk are not too keen:

A good choice if you’re on a budget - but only if you don't plan to use it in cool rooms and don't mind putting up with its noise.

Pros: Small and portable, cheap to buy and run

Cons: Noisy, will need regular emptying, does not work well in the cold
Had the B+Q clone of this for nearly 10 years, convinced its got noiser over time but still works as such recommended.

Was contemplating a replacement this week as Screwfix have currently got a sale on, would have gone for the 16L myself;

12L
screwfix.com/p/1…503

16L
screwfix.com/p/1…79g

Hopefully the links work. Nearly 30 posts in and surprised the compressor / desiccant argument hasn't started yet!
Bought this November 2014 on an Amazon deal, when it was 90 quid worked fine, but EXTREMELY noisy, even with a thick foam pad underneath and on a solid floor. so bad I eventually gave up on it, and it is now used by a friend in an area he isn't bothered by the noise.

Bought an Ebac (OK, and far quieter but not all they are cracked up to be either!).

I have a Meaco dessicant type too, and while it produces more heat and is dearer to run, it is half the volume.
ought

It needs to be 50cm away from a wall.And Which.co.uk are not too keen: … It needs to be 50cm away from a wall.And Which.co.uk are not too keen: Cons: Noisy, will need regular emptying, does not work well in the cold



You can say that again!
ought

It needs to be 50cm away from a wall.And Which.co.uk are not too keen: A … It needs to be 50cm away from a wall.And Which.co.uk are not too keen: A good choice if you’re on a budget - but only if you don't plan to use it in cool rooms and don't mind putting up with its noise.Pros: Small and portable, cheap to buy and runCons: Noisy, will need regular emptying, does not work well in the cold



I would argue that 'needs regular emptying' should be in the Pros category as it is a testament to the products effectiveness at drawing up excess moisture. It has a 2ltr water chamber and ours normally needs emptying every 24 hours.
cocoiffy

£4.75 postage and packaging cost??? Am I missing something?


Have you got super saver delivery ticked?
ordered one, thanks!
Grrr - had to replace ours just before Xmas - ended up getting the all singing and dancing Ebac smart model at £260 because there we're no deals around on budget machines and Clubcard boost meant I paid less just over £80 for it.
ought

It needs to be 50cm away from a wall.And Which.co.uk are not too keen: A … It needs to be 50cm away from a wall.And Which.co.uk are not too keen: A good choice if you’re on a budget - but only if you don't plan to use it in cool rooms and don't mind putting up with its noise.Pros: Small and portable, cheap to buy and runCons: Noisy, will need regular emptying, does not work well in the cold


Which one do they recommend?
R1992

Great I just paid 119 quid from johnlewis..least I get 2 year cover..40 … Great I just paid 119 quid from johnlewis..least I get 2 year cover..40 quid more..



Op states you get two year warranty so even better deal
terayon00

How does these compare to a PIV unit. I am having a PIV unit installed in … How does these compare to a PIV unit. I am having a PIV unit installed in 2 weeks. Should I get this to get me on with until that or will I just waste money as the PIV unit is costing a bit already



depends on the circumstances this mostly works for a particular room not a whole house solution unless you move the dehumidfier around the house.
PIV unit works well for condensation issues but blows freezing cold air from the attic at this time of year , which displaces some air that contains moisture.
Screw fix equivalent here also £80 with double the size tank and very good reviews.
oO
I've used mine now..it's the Meaco 10L Dehumidifier. Reviews were hood, just arrived yesterday morning. Collected I'd say 1.75l of water and that's between 1.40 pm til 11.40pm roughly. I wouldn't be able to return it now since I've used it. Plus I've never ordered anything above £20 from amazon. Dunno howd theyd be customer service wise whether it'll be a load of hassle.
Gone for this, having had cavity wall insulation my house is toasty warm and bills have decreased but windows covered in condensation when it is cold out.
All dehumidifiers on the market are 5-10 years old models ... Yet, cosmic price WTF ???
snoopy18

Have you got super saver delivery ticked?



managed to sort it... thanks!
R1992

Great I just paid 119 quid from johnlewis..least I get 2 year cover..40 … Great I just paid 119 quid from johnlewis..least I get 2 year cover..40 quid more..


This comes with 2 year warranty too.
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