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Dimplex 20L Portable Dehumidifier DXDH20N £125.89 Delivered From Costco Online (No membership required)
Dimplex 20L Portable Dehumidifier DXDH20N £125.89 Delivered From Costco Online (No membership required)

Dimplex 20L Portable Dehumidifier DXDH20N £125.89 Delivered From Costco Online (No membership required)

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Cheapest price I can see by a fair margin, even accounting for the 5% 'levy' added for non-members (120 quid delivered for members).

Product Details

To remove unwanted moisture from rooms in your home or place of work, the Dimplex DXDH20N Portable Dehumidifier is for you. With a tank capacity of 2.3L, it can extract up to 20L of water per day. This dehumidifier comes on castors so can be easily moved from room to room, and with a 2m power cord, you can position it exactly where you need to in any room.

Black/Silver
Power: 480w
2.3L Water Tank
20 Litre extraction per 24 hours
2.3 Litre tank capacity
Manual humidistat
Easy-to-use controls
Auto defrost
Auto shut off
Continuous drain option with a 14mm PVC hose (not included)
Integrated carry handles
Easy glide castors
Tank full indicator
Suitable for room sizes 10-30m²
Specifications

Capacity: 20L
Dimensions: H 49 x W 36.5 x D 22 cm
Weight: 13.7kg
Brand: Dimplex
Type: Dehumidifier

13 Comments

Looked at lots of reviews and just about to purchase. This one seems to be the best of whats out there at the price. All seem to have niggles particularly noisy motors. This model appears to fare ok.Thought of buying one from AppliancesDirect but some of their reviews are pure horror stories. Have bought from Costco before and they were excellent. Heat from me.

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Costco over Appliances Direct every day of the week for me.

Never used a dehumidifier but Costco do have a generous refund policy if the product doesn't work well

anyone know how this fairs over the £80 and £100 offering from screwfix?
screwfix.com/p/w…503
screwfix.com/p/w…79g

just we need one and looking for the best value around £100, and not much offering on the preowned front.

saintscouple

anyone know how this fairs over the £80 and £100 offering from s … anyone know how this fairs over the £80 and £100 offering from screwfix?http://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-122h-12r-12ltr-dehumidifier/72503http://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-316db-16ltr-dehumidifier/1379gjust we need one and looking for the best value around £100, and not much offering on the preowned front.



I have been using the £80 screwfix one for the last 2 winters, it has been brilliant. It brings the humidity down in a few hours from 75% to 50%. It can be a little bit noisy, so I never leave it on overnight (think noisy desk fan, not washing machine). I would be happy to recommend that one.

Screwfix model gets some very good reviews but the negative ones talk of poor build quality and returns. From what ive read these comments are common to most brands at the lower end of the price range. The Dimplex appears straightforward but a bit more expensive. Most only offer a 1 year warranty which is concerning in this day and age.

saintscouple

anyone know how this fairs over the £80 and £100 offering from s … anyone know how this fairs over the £80 and £100 offering from screwfix?http://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-122h-12r-12ltr-dehumidifier/72503http://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-316db-16ltr-dehumidifier/1379gjust we need one and looking for the best value around £100, and not much offering on the preowned front.



I have the £100 one and had it running for 7+ months (nearly none stop) . Working fine,

+ for screwfix plus point would be the digital display, looks pretty neat product.

+ for this one is that it's branded dimplex and is backed by Costco customer service.

What type is this a compressor or Desiccant?
Also is this better than the recent ecoair that was posted?

kha27

What type is this a compressor or Desiccant? Also is this better than the … What type is this a compressor or Desiccant? Also is this better than the recent ecoair that was posted?


This one is a compressor model, better than desiccant in my opinion with more economical power consumption and easier maintenance.

The EcoAir 18L model recently came on Lightning deal sale is alright, I had to return mine. It was really noisy and the side vents don't seem to do a good job of extraction. Worst of all was the removal and insertion of the tank, which was quite fiddly. 2H/4H timer only, auto cut-off only if the tank gets full, the hose included is too small for any use, the list goes on. We returned it straight away.

We have an Ebac 21L model (3850e) which has been brilliant functionally, no wheels or hose, but tank is easy to handle, noise level is almost like a small fridge.

Will these still work for bedrooms if its on the landing working during the night?

millward84

Will these still work for bedrooms if its on the landing working during … Will these still work for bedrooms if its on the landing working during the night?



​can't see why not, ours sits in the landing too

Ordered.
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