De'Longhi DEM10 Compact Dehumidifier £89.99 @ Amazon
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De'Longhi DEM10 Compact Dehumidifier £89.99 @ Amazon

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Found 4th Nov 2014
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

Price increased to £119.99 (as at 5th Nov)
- mcolman

110 Comments

is this any good does anyone know? ie for damp or any recommendations thanks

have this, and it works. leave it on for a couple of hours and it's full of water and the room smells much fresher

Yup we have one as well, it's brilliant and its been working for 5 years almost constantly. Mega hot!

gonna give this one a blast. hope it will help dry our clothes a little quicker

decent machine.

Returned my it was very loud and vibrated quite heavily

Yeah it worked great, but mine was VERY loud (compared to another one I owned). Eventually replaced it, noise was too loud. Good price though.

looking to buy a dehumidifier for my kids room, tried the unibond aero 360 and it's been about 3 wks and the tablets almost gone and this is in a very small room and my house is fitted with an anti condensation unit so no idea why it's gone so quickly, suffice to say it will cost me almost the same to run the non electric one for a year as it would be to be but an electric one. so it's a no brainer I'm buying an plug in one.

I have this.The anti-frost function kicks in quite frequently sometimes even when the heating is on and the house is warm.Mine is 4yr old now,so i'm not sure if De'Longhi addressed this issue.

this is very good dehumidifier, is not that noisy, work great all the time, no issues with anti forst

Brought one of these three years ago. Yes it's a bit noisy and it does vibrate a bit, but I put it on a soft mat and close the door of the room that I'm using it in. It's very effective and really speeds up cloths drying times. Always amazed at how much water it removes even if your not drying cloths. well worth the money.

Great units had a few and repair a few, replay fails on pcb to compressor. Got the one above this slim model and it's pants. Will get another one of these.

This sucker cost me £130 a few weeks ago :-(

koppyking - I had a few issues with the anti-frost. I moved it away from the wall a bit (now there's a gap of about 8-12 inches), and turned it down slightly so it wasn't on quite as much and it seems to have helped.

Not that noisy, but I wouldn't want it in my bedroom.

Anyone knows how it compares to EcoAir ECO DD122FW?

DEM10: Absorbed humidity (l/24h, 32°C/80%):10

Eccoair: 7 Litres/day (20C/RH60%)

A 2 year warranty is nothing for a dehumidifier. Better to go for an Ebac 2650e, ok it's almost £200 but it's a far superior machine and also comes with a 5 year warranty.

Gball

A 2 year warranty is nothing for a dehumidifier. Better to go for an … A 2 year warranty is nothing for a dehumidifier. Better to go for an Ebac 2650e, ok it's almost £200 but it's a far superior machine and also comes with a 5 year warranty.



agreed but overkill for smaller flats.

lazar

Anyone knows how it compares to EcoAir ECO DD122FW?DEM10: Absorbed … Anyone knows how it compares to EcoAir ECO DD122FW?DEM10: Absorbed humidity (l/24h, 32°C/80%):10Eccoair: 7 Litres/day (20C/RH60%)



I just bought the Eco air one on sunday from amazon, very quiet and efficient, we been using it everyday since, it has collected massive amount of water. very happy with it. would recommend!

adhkarzf

looking to buy a dehumidifier for my kids room, tried the unibond aero … looking to buy a dehumidifier for my kids room, tried the unibond aero 360 and it's been about 3 wks and the tablets almost gone and this is in a very small room and my house is fitted with an anti condensation unit so no idea why it's gone so quickly, suffice to say it will cost me almost the same to run the non electric one for a year as it would be to be but an electric one. so it's a no brainer I'm buying an plug in one.



But you still have electricity to pay.

i dont have an extractor fan in the bathroom so it steams up every time and causes the sealants to rot over time. Will this help or do I just need an extractor fan ?

Had one for some time. Used it last couple of days to dry out car interior - had a leak. Very good, very efficient. Leave it on for a day or three and it will do the job. You cannot fail to be impressed when emptying out litres of water. Where did that lot come from ?

Only problem is when refitting the water container. Sometimes it does not "catch" with the switch in the machine base. Bit of a fiddle to make it connect.

2l tank is too small in my opinion (but you can connect it to an external drain), 10l/24 hours is not very impressive. But it's enough if you want get the washing dry quicker or use it for a single room.

I own ebac 2650e and it's great - speeds up drying clothes and resolved the condensation problem in my house.
Ebac is also the best choice regarding to Which website.

Cyrus

i dont have an extractor fan in the bathroom so it steams up every time … i dont have an extractor fan in the bathroom so it steams up every time and causes the sealants to rot over time. Will this help or do I just need an extractor fan ?


Extractor fan

Daughter got one almost 2 years ago now. First one had problems and in fairness to Delonghi replaced it without any problems. It's fairly quite but more noisier than my mitsubishi one which cost £300. Both are compressor type but mine is quite but that said it costs a lot more

oleola

Extractor fan



In my experience both would be great.

These are great. We used to leave ours on a timer overnight. Thankfully we've moved to a damp free house now but still use it when laundry is hanging etc.

lazar

In my experience both would be great.



You calculate the fan extraction to a rate that is changing your air 10 times per hour (up to 20 times in shower room)
It's much more efficient then dehumifider. And cheaper to run too

Lack od ventilation is the main reason for the condensation probems.

yimpster

gonna give this one a blast. hope it will help dry our clothes a little … gonna give this one a blast. hope it will help dry our clothes a little quicker



Why not just get a tumble drier? Dries your clothes quicker than a dehumidifier and saves your house / flat looking like it's a washing line. Granted, you'll have to find the space for one or get a combined washer and drier. The reviews on dehumidifiers show many have issues with leaks and reliability. Just a suggestion

I just ordered one. I have a 1 bedroom flat and the bedroom and living room suffers from condensation/damp overnight. I presume I could just leave this on overnight ? Do you think it would dehumidify the entire flat or just the room it's in?

badgerman2

This sucker cost me £130 a few weeks ago :-(koppyking - I had a few … This sucker cost me £130 a few weeks ago :-(koppyking - I had a few issues with the anti-frost. I moved it away from the wall a bit (now there's a gap of about 8-12 inches), and turned it down slightly so it wasn't on quite as much and it seems to have helped.Not that noisy, but I wouldn't want it in my bedroom.


instructions clearly state you need at least 50cm of space behind and in front of it.

From looking at Ebac dehumidifiers on Amazon, I can't find any information on a five-year warranty. Can anybody advise. I need one that is either reliable or will be fixed/replaced quickly and last longer than two years.

Aimvpr

I just ordered one. I have a 1 bedroom flat and the bedroom and living … I just ordered one. I have a 1 bedroom flat and the bedroom and living room suffers from condensation/damp overnight. I presume I could just leave this on overnight ? Do you think it would dehumidify the entire flat or just the room it's in?


would easily handle a 1 bed flat

instruction manual

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WHICH REVIEW (review based on a £135 price!)



The DeLonghi 10 Litre dehumidifier is average size and average price - but is it average at sucking water out of the air? Read on to find out just how well it works - plus whether you're likely to be bothered by the noise it makes at the same time.

If you need to dry out a room on a budget, this could be a good choice - sitting in the middle of our results table, it's cheap to run and easy to use. It removes an average amount of water from the air at normal room temperature - but it gets worse as temperatures fall, and it's noisy.
What is it?

Like all the dehumidifiers we've tested, the DeLonghi 10 Litre has a 'frost watch' function so that it doesn't ice up, and a removable filter that you can clean and re-use. You can move it around - when the tank is empty - using the integrated carry handles, though it's not on castors.
What's it great at?

It's cheap to run, easy to use and the instructions are clear - so you shouldn't find yourself working up a sweat to get it going. Unlike the very cheapest humidifiers, it measures the humidity of the room and you can set it to switch off automatically once the air is dry enough - and on again if the damp starts creeping back.

At 8.8kg it's the lightest we've tested, which makes it easy to move from room to room even without castors. It sucks up an average amount of water, so while you won't be dazzled at the rate at which the tank fills up, it still does a reasonable job.
Is there anything I should watch out for?

Its ability to get water out of the air really drops off in a cool (10°C) room, so it's not suitable for unheated rooms in winter. Even though it's one of the smallest dehumidifiers available, it's noisy; you won't want to be in the same room when it's on, and you will only want to run it overnight if it's well away from your - and your neighbour's - bedroom. Along with its small size comes a small tank - it has a capacity of just 2 litres, and it will need regular emptying unless you can use the continuous drain feature. But to use this you'll need a low-level outlet nearby for the drainage hose.

The manufacturer says you must sit it 50cm away from a wall, which is more than the recommendation for most of the dehumidifiers we've tested. So while it won't take up much space in storage, it might intrude more into your room than you'd like.
Should I buy it?

If you're looking for a cheaper, compact dehumidifier you could do worse - 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




Edited by: "chocci" 4th Nov 2014

I bought one of these off ebuyer for about this amount last winter didn't seem to work very well for keeping room dry or drying clothes and was very noisy couldn't be in the house when it was on. Sent it back but it may have been faulty not sure.

We had one - no joke, a week outside of the 2 year warranty it would no longer extract moisture from the air. I contacted De'Longhi who said they would charge us for repairing it - which would work out expensive.
Wouldn't touch them again.

Just bought an EcoAir DC12 instead.

However, the price of the DEM10 is very, very good.

greenfeld

From looking at Ebac dehumidifiers on Amazon, I can't find any … From looking at Ebac dehumidifiers on Amazon, I can't find any information on a five-year warranty. Can anybody advise. I need one that is either reliable or will be fixed/replaced quickly and last longer than two years.



Ebac has 5 year warranty but not sure is more reliable than other brands.

Would be interesting to know which company is best when it comes to fix/replacement.

Gball

A 2 year warranty is nothing for a dehumidifier. Better to go for an … A 2 year warranty is nothing for a dehumidifier. Better to go for an Ebac 2650e, ok it's almost £200 but it's a far superior machine and also comes with a 5 year warranty.



You'd be better off buying the ebac6200, it's just under £300 is far superior to the 2650e and only £100 more.

lazar

Ebac has 5 year warranty but not sure is more reliable then other … Ebac has 5 year warranty but not sure is more reliable then other brands.Would be interesting to know which company is best when it comes to fix/replacement.



Even if it's less reliable, I will get five years out of one. £40 a year for a £200 Ebac or £45 a year with this.

wildwayz

We had one - no joke, a week outside of the 2 year warranty it would no … We had one - no joke, a week outside of the 2 year warranty it would no longer extract moisture from the air. I contacted De'Longhi who said they would charge us for repairing it - which would work out expensive.Wouldn't touch them again.Just bought an EcoAir DC12 instead. However, the price of the DEM10 is very, very good.



Just seen that DC12 and really like it.

Are you happy with it?

Have one of those bought it about two years ago, paid approximately £110 for it then so this is a good price.

It is a bit of a noisy thing it must be said but as others have mentioned place a towel or something soft underneath and its fine.

Have this for our front room overnight in the as the moisture on the windows once we come downstairs is ridiculous. With this running though the windows are perfectly free of condensation and the tank is full every morning so it really does the job, fantastic piece of kit.

Great price, heat added

dalmore12

You'd be better off buying the ebac6200, it's just under £300 is far … You'd be better off buying the ebac6200, it's just under £300 is far superior to the 2650e and only £100 more.



Yeah, don't get the £100, get the £200 one; don't get the £200 one, get a £300 one...and so on. This one that also makes tea and toast is only £1,000, get that

lazar

Just seen that DC12 and really like it.Are you happy with it?



I'm interested in this too. Just bought it from Amazon yesterday. How would you compare it to this one?
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