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Dimplex 10L ultra Compact Dehumidifier £89.99 @ The Range
Dimplex 10L ultra Compact Dehumidifier £89.99 @ The Range

Dimplex 10L ultra Compact Dehumidifier £89.99 @ The Range

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The Dimplex 10L Ultra Compact Dehumidifier is an essential item for any damp home this winter. The unit will draw in any moist air from the room and convert it into water, collecting in the removable tank ready to be disposed of. The dehumidifier has an auto shut off function, as well as a continuous drain option in which you can use a hose instead of needing to empty the tank.

The Dimplex 10L Ultra Compact Dehumidifier is of a compact and slick design that will not look out of place in your home and will also be easy to store when not in use. The dehumidifier will extract up to 10 litres of water a day, leaving your home feeling dryer and warmer, perfect for when the cold, damp weather starts to draw in!

Product Features

Ultra compact design
Operating noise of 40db
Easy glide casters and side carry handles
10L extraction per day
Optimum room size 10 - 18m2
2.3Litre water tank
On/ off switch
Continuous drain option
White and light grey finish

12 Comments

I wouldn't bother myself but it *might* suit someone?

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chapchap

I wouldn't bother myself but it *might* suit someone?

do they tend to not be effective then? I have the cheap £1 disposable ones and they seem to work in my flat.

Can someone explain what it does exactly? And who would need one.
Edited by: "KM4353" 5th Jan 2015

KM4353

Can someone explain what it does exactly? And who would need one.

they extract water from the air and store it in a jug that can be emptied away. they are used for reducing condensation. condensation can cause dampness to collect on cold surfaces in the home like walls which can lead to mold growth and musty smells. the mold may not be good for health and can be a nuisance on clothes .....

MBCH

Comment do they tend to not be effective then? I have the cheap £1 … Comment do they tend to not be effective then? I have the cheap £1 disposable ones and they seem to work in my flat.



It will work but in the UK go for a desiccant dehumidifier rather than compressor. Desiccant dehumidifier work at low temperatures and are quieter so can run over night and still collect loads of water. Compressor type (like this one) you will find the performance drops considerable once the temperature drops in your house. All the figures about how will compressor type dehumidifiers run are based on the sort of weather you see in South East Asia i.e high temperatures and very high humidity. Not much like it is outside today is it?

Can anyone offer advice on whether or not this would help with a minor mould/condensation problem in a bathroom? It’s not awful but since the cold weather has set in I have been having to clean mould off areas of the wall/ceiling every couple of weeks…can’t really be bothered any more plus it’s damaging the paint and don’t really want to re-decorate again!

Would running this for a couple of hours in the morning after showers etc, and again in the evening, help or would we be better of with something else?

This was another one I had my eye on...slightly more expensive though: energybulbs.co.uk/pre…003

Thanks!

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jnglizt

Can anyone offer advice on whether or not this would help with a minor … Can anyone offer advice on whether or not this would help with a minor mould/condensation problem in a bathroom? It’s not awful but since the cold weather has set in I have been having to clean mould off areas of the wall/ceiling every couple of weeks…can’t really be bothered any more plus it’s damaging the paint and don’t really want to re-decorate again! Would running this for a couple of hours in the morning after showers etc, and again in the evening, help or would we be better of with something else?This was another one I had my eye on...slightly more expensive though: http://www.energybulbs.co.uk/pre-order+meaco+basic+10+litre/364244003Thanks!



I don't have this one, and I don't really have a damp problem (I'm just a bit sad lol) and I run mine all the time.

jnglizt

Can anyone offer advice on whether or not this would help with a minor … Can anyone offer advice on whether or not this would help with a minor mould/condensation problem in a bathroom? It’s not awful but since the cold weather has set in I have been having to clean mould off areas of the wall/ceiling every couple of weeks…can’t really be bothered any more plus it’s damaging the paint and don’t really want to re-decorate again! Would running this for a couple of hours in the morning after showers etc, and again in the evening, help or would we be better of with something else?This was another one I had my eye on...slightly more expensive though: http://www.energybulbs.co.uk/pre-order+meaco+basic+10+litre/364244003Thanks!



The best solution would be to open a window or install an extractor but if that is not an option these would be the next best thing, they remove huge amounts of water from the air, they are many many times more effective than the cartridge style dehumidifiers. I would go with this one as I have the larger version of this and think its excellent.

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chapchap

It will work but in the UK go for a desiccant dehumidifier rather than … It will work but in the UK go for a desiccant dehumidifier rather than compressor. Desiccant dehumidifier work at low temperatures and are quieter so can run over night and still collect loads of water. Compressor type (like this one) you will find the performance drops considerable once the temperature drops in your house. All the figures about how will compressor type dehumidifiers run are based on the sort of weather you see in South East Asia i.e high temperatures and very high humidity. Not much like it is outside today is it?



Thanks very much indeed very helpful!

Don't just write of compressor dehumidifiers, Desiccant ones are best if they are going to be used in unheated areas, where it gets really cold like garages, workshops etc. Most good compressor units can work as low as 5 Celcuis - what normal house will be that cold unless it is empty or one with no heating. The Desiccant ones are reported as being cheaper to run, but this will depend on how much water is in the building and how hard it works. They also let of warm air which will help heat the building, but the typical electrical consumption of such units is quoted at approx. 300 -650 Watts. However some of the compressor ones are quoted as low as 235 Watts max like the Electriq 20L low energy one and the Electrolux 15L at 315 Watts. The Desiccant ones also appear to be slightly less robust than the compressor units in my opinon.

I'm interested in the electriq low energy one or the meaco 20l low energy. Both have over 5l tanks as well. Anyone else used these?
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