De'Longhi DES12 Compact Dehumidifier - 12 Litre  £79.99  amazon
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De'Longhi DES12 Compact Dehumidifier - 12 Litre £79.99 amazon

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Found 9th Dec 2015
Portable, compact dehumidifier with high-efficiency 12 Litre/24 hour extraction rate
Visible 3 Litre water tank and permanent drain facility
Electronic anti-frost setting for use in cold environments
Double-condense elimination system
Bio Silver Tech System to filter air
2 year guarantee

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Cheapest I've seen it and I've hady eye on one of these for a while. Thanks OP

Bought this and a few other bits and used the Nationwide reward offer for £25 cash back on £100 Amazon spend, so even better!

* Get 4 for the price of three - with Promo Code HNG4FOR3

* Nationwide card holders - £25 back on a £100 spend at Amazon (add giftcards if need to make spend up) with Simply Rewards - hotukdeals.com/dea…760

Yup, cheapest it's been, Camels not picked up the update just yet.....

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How does this compare to the other recent daily deal when this one was £99.99 - hotukdeals.com/dea…066 ?


Edited by: "morgie" 9th Dec 2015

Great deal missed out on previous one from delonghi at 89.99 so bought 2 thanks OP

kyser143

Great deal missed out on previous one from delonghi at 89.99 so bought 2 … Great deal missed out on previous one from delonghi at 89.99 so bought 2 thanks OP



Not worth stretching to order four for the price of three with code HNG4FOR3 ?

amazon.co.uk/b/r…W5E

good deal

Good price but this model is very poor, pulls around a third of the old DEM10 model.

mtc1

Good price but this model is very poor, pulls around a third of the old … Good price but this model is very poor, pulls around a third of the old DEM10 model.


well if this is true I'm glad still use my old one. You would think newer machine would be more efficient..

I've got the DEM10 and am amazed at just how much water it draws up. Tempted to get this one as a second for the laundry room

Bought this model last week direct from De-longhi (£89 inc del); good looking but not as good as the previous model (Dem 10....Still using). It has a very fiddly & badly designed water draw and seems to be considerably louder. Good price but has it's limitations.

I haven't experienced the DEM10 but have a DeLonghi which was 13 years old last week and is permanently plugged in winter and summer and it has been more than excellent. My friend bought this from Delonghi last week and is really impressed with the quietness and the amount of water it is currently extracting. So I suppose, as with all things, different strokes for different folks!!

I've used EBAC Powerdri dehumidifiers before and they've been great - much cheaper buying two than it was to rent a commercial one for 2-3 weeks if you buy at the right time.

These are rated at 18L/day rather than 12L/day of the unit in the deal but they extracted 3 times as much water as the unit in the deal in the same time frame.

I would suggest that the unit in the deal is ok for occasional use but I would look at options from EBAC as an alternative for the same price

SunbeamS7

Bought this model last week direct from De-longhi (£89 inc del); good … Bought this model last week direct from De-longhi (£89 inc del); good looking but not as good as the previous model (Dem 10....Still using). It has a very fiddly & badly designed water draw and seems to be considerably louder. Good price but has it's limitations.



I was thinking the RRP looked a bit high on the DES12. I paid about £80 for the DEM10 when I bought it (approx 5 years ago)

I got a DES16E and you can really see the difference. Dont know what I will do without a dehumidifier now.

Not used the DES12 but I assume it will be just as good.

Its slightly concerning that people use these so much. You may well be better looking at the house ventilation arrangements and seeing if they can be improved first before relying on a dehumidifier.

I'm intrigued by this post and was wondering if many of you use these to dry clothes in winter rather than what winchman thinks its being used for?

winchman

Its slightly concerning that people use these so much. You may well be … Its slightly concerning that people use these so much. You may well be better looking at the house ventilation arrangements and seeing if they can be improved first before relying on a dehumidifier.



What are the realistic alternatives? With the weather, we have to dry clothes indoors, it also means we can't have windows constantly open.

Something has to give, be it a tumble drier or dehumidifier or just have damp.
Edited by: "hurley31" 9th Dec 2015

Original Poster

winchman

Its slightly concerning that people use these so much. You may well be … Its slightly concerning that people use these so much. You may well be better looking at the house ventilation arrangements and seeing if they can be improved first before relying on a dehumidifier.


No proper isolation within house foundation, bare walls without any warming... and damp spreading like hell

morgie

* Get 4 for the price of three - with Promo Code HNG4FOR3* Nationwide … * Get 4 for the price of three - with Promo Code HNG4FOR3* Nationwide card holders - £25 back on a £100 spend at Amazon (add giftcards if need to make spend up) with Simply Rewards - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/25-back-your-next-purchase-100-more-with-amazon-co-uk-nationwide-customers-2341760Yup, cheapest it's been, Camels not picked up the update just yet.....[img]http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B0029NZW5E/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]How does this compare to the other recent daily deal when this one was £99.99 - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ecoair-eco-dd122-desiccant-dehumidifier-99-99-amazon-2340066 ?[img]http://www.camelcamelcamel.fr/uk/chart/new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]



Lowest ever = heat added!

mistermoneysaver

I'm intrigued by this post and was wondering if many of you use these to … I'm intrigued by this post and was wondering if many of you use these to dry clothes in winter rather than what winchman thinks its being used for?


100%. Put washing on clothes horse, spread nicely, no bits tucked away. use the smallest , warmest room you can close the door on and they work wonders.

winchman

Its slightly concerning that people use these so much. You may well be … Its slightly concerning that people use these so much. You may well be better looking at the house ventilation arrangements and seeing if they can be improved first before relying on a dehumidifier.



​massively unhelpful post

Our housing standards need to be blamed. Felt Old houses have damp problems , read somewhere that new houses for insulated for saving heat and energy are also prone for damp as moisture rises ., it stays and damp starts ...
thanks OP , Have bought one , posting one for myself for 89 pounds last time , I missed the deal . But now happy that I waited .

mtc1

Good price but this model is very poor, pulls around a third of the old … Good price but this model is very poor, pulls around a third of the old DEM10 model.



I am not so sure. I have both of them. Now DES12 is in the room where DEM10 was and it is doing pretty well. Probably as good as DEM10

£70.39 at Amazon warehouse deals - hot

Thanks OP. Bought this a few weeks ago for £110 and I've just contacted Amazon and they eventually refunded me the difference

eldaniel

I am not so sure. I have both of them. Now DES12 is in the room where … I am not so sure. I have both of them. Now DES12 is in the room where DEM10 was and it is doing pretty well. Probably as good as DEM10



I had 2x DEM10 from Amazon, sent them back due to noise, replaced with 2x DES12, sent them back as useless compared to the DEM10. I am now back with the DEM10 and just put up with the noise.

mtc1

I had 2x DEM10 from Amazon, sent them back due to noise, replaced with 2x … I had 2x DEM10 from Amazon, sent them back due to noise, replaced with 2x DES12, sent them back as useless compared to the DEM10. I am now back with the DEM10 and just put up with the noise.



In terms of noise levels they seems to be the same to me too

im in an upstairs flat 1920 build - i would not be without these at this time of year - i reckon due to the type of build our venitlation aint the best. its eye opening the amount of moisture these things pull in ...

What area or volume is this good for?

deal_sniper

£70.39 at Amazon warehouse deals - hot


Do you have the link to amazon warehouse link? Can't find it.

Been looking for a dehumidifier, not many good deals around but this is excellent. I like how it can be placed against a wall, most can't be due to air flow. Ordered.

£115 now

£125 now - damn!!
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