Dimplex Dehumidifier 10L £35.70 / Moretti 10 litre Dehumidifier £26.71 (16 Litre version £35.71)  @ Homebase
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Dimplex Dehumidifier 10L £35.70 / Moretti 10 litre Dehumidifier £26.71 (16 Litre version £35.71) @ Homebase

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Posted 11th Jul
Dimplex Dehumidifier 10L for £35.70, not loads of stock but is available at a number of locations when I tested. Looks to be selling for £109+ elsewhere such as Wickes, B&Q so a significant saving. Also a few 70% reductions on Moretti dehumidifiers 10L and 16L, listed below. Deal links goes to all dehumidifiers. Free c+c




Dimplex Dehumidifier- 10L £35.70 (was £119)

  • 10 litre extraction rate per day
  • Auto shut off and tank full indicator
  • Suitable for room sizes up to 18 sq m.

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Moretti 10 litre Dehumidifier £26.71 (was £89.03)

Compact, powerful, and efficient, the Moretti 10 litre Dehumidifier allows you to control excess moisture, preventing mould and mildew from developing and creating a fresh-smelling, clean environment throughout your home.

  • Up to 10 litres water extraction per day
  • Removable dust filter
  • Built-in carry handles for greater portability
  • Humidity level selection
  • Water full alert


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Moretti 16 Litre Dehumidifier £35.71 (was £119.03)

Moretti 16 litre Dehumidifier is complete with a digital display which reads humidity levels. The dehumidifier also has an automatic shut off when the water tank is full. It allows you to control excess moisture, preventing mould and mildew from developing and creating a fresh-smelling, clean environment throughout your home.

  • Up to 16 litres water extraction per day
  • Removable dust filter
  • Built-in carry handles for greater portability
  • 24 hour timer
  • Water full alert


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Moretti 0.5 Litre Mini Dehumidifier £9 (was £30)

The Moretti mini dehumidifier removes damp and moisture from the air. It is perfect for use in small areas such as wardrobes, storage rooms or bedrooms.

  • 0.25L moisture extracted per day
  • 0.5L water tank
  • Easy Operation
  • Water full indicator
  • Visible water tank


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350W power consumption.
Based on 15p per kW, £1.26 a day to run.

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anthony6911/07/2019 08:57

Ouch that's not cheap 😯



As someone who has just had their bedrooms redecorated owing to mould, yes it is.
jumpinoffthbed11/07/2019 11:01

Are none of these dessicant? My place drops below 5 degrees in winter so …Are none of these dessicant? My place drops below 5 degrees in winter so no good otherwise


If the inside is below 5c you have serious problems I would be looking at insulation before a dehumidifier.
jamesisasecret11/07/2019 08:48

Are these any good? Any idea if they cost the earth in electricity?


350W. At 15p a unit, would cost about £1.25 a day to run, assuming peak power all the time.
fleebleflam11/07/2019 21:38

I wanted the 16L one with the digital display for £35.71, But it's not …I wanted the 16L one with the digital display for £35.71, But it's not showing up??Plus the other 10L is out of stock everywhere, because some decide to purchase loads of them just to put on ebay!! Yeah thanx for that!! GREED will get you nowhere in life!! And that is why this planet is f****d up!!My flat has very bad moisture/mould problems, the bedroom being the worst affected! It's not nice having to throw out most of your clothes because they have mould spots on, & sleeping with damp feeling duvet and pllows every night!!My crappy council won't do diddly squat for us, and when i see a good deal just when i need it the most, others just ruin it purchasing loads, just to sell them on! You should be ashamed of yourselves!!


I have a meaco 20 litre one you can have for free if you want it? Works great and has a large water tank and is a low energy model, The only thing I ask is that you collect it.
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Are these any good? Any idea if they cost the earth in electricity?
Thanks chanchi. Found 2 nearby
Ordered thanks
jamesisasecret11/07/2019 08:48

Are these any good? Any idea if they cost the earth in electricity?


350W. At 15p a unit, would cost about £1.25 a day to run, assuming peak power all the time.
Oneday7711/07/2019 08:56

350W. At 15p a unit, would cost about £1.25 a day to run, assuming peak …350W. At 15p a unit, would cost about £1.25 a day to run, assuming peak power all the time.


Ouch that's not cheap 😯
Really good dehumidifier, we bought ours 2 years ago and we sometimes run it 24/7 when doing the laundry. Defo worth buying for this money!!
anthony6911/07/2019 08:57

Ouch that's not cheap 😯


Not saying it is. Though it is all relative. A 1kW heater to ‘dry’ out a room will cost £3.60 a day.
Ideally you need good ventilation and damp prevention. It all costs money. You have to look at how to deal with an issue if you have one.
anthony6911/07/2019 08:57

Ouch that's not cheap 😯



As someone who has just had their bedrooms redecorated owing to mould, yes it is.
This is crazy cheap
Thanks! Reserved a 16l model
Wow excellent price
mexicobart11/07/2019 08:59

Really good dehumidifier, we bought ours 2 years ago and we sometimes run …Really good dehumidifier, we bought ours 2 years ago and we sometimes run it 24/7 when doing the laundry. Defo worth buying for this money!!


Can you please tell me if these have any consumables that need replacing?
Just reserved the last one locally, awesome, thank you!
Wonder if it's refrigerant or desiccant...
We have had one of these for a few years. They look nice (for a dehumidifier) but performance is not that great. This price is fantastic though. This will be adequate if you don’t have a significant damp issue. The Meaco platinum ones are amazing but at a totally different price point to this.
Fantastic price great find HOT
Awesome deal. I've reserved one of each (Dimplex 10l and Moretti 16l) so I can see which one is better - never heard of Moretti and can't find any reviews online so I'm wary of just assuming bigger number is better
Torpis11/07/2019 09:32

Awesome deal. I've reserved one of each (Dimplex 10l and Moretti 16l) so I …Awesome deal. I've reserved one of each (Dimplex 10l and Moretti 16l) so I can see which one is better - never heard of Moretti and can't find any reviews online so I'm wary of just assuming bigger number is better



Ditto - they seem to have the same features though!
anthony6911/07/2019 08:57

Ouch that's not cheap 😯


They are not on anything like that amount of time, it has a humidity dial and you set it to the level you want, the lower you set it the less it's on.
I have the dimplex one in the conservatory and have it set about half way, it 100% controls condensation in the winter and is turned off in summer..

This is hot, hot, hot. If you can find one they are super cheap at this price.

EDIT: the dimplex one (I have) can be piped to outside with a tube so you never have to empty it.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 11th Jul
kudos1uk11/07/2019 09:40

They are not on anything like that amount of time, it has a humidity dial …They are not on anything like that amount of time, it has a humidity dial and you set it to the level you want, the lower you set it the less it's on.I have the dimplex one in the conservatory and have it set about half way, it 100% controls condensation in the winter and is turned off in summer..This is hot, hot, hot. If you can find one they are super cheap at this price.


These are no good for the summer then? I’m planning on buying to clean air in our home this month
Alex_Fitz-Simmons11/07/2019 09:42

These are no good for the summer then? I’m planning on buying to clean air …These are no good for the summer then? I’m planning on buying to clean air in our home this month


I don't need it in summer so I turn it off, my north facing conservatory runs in condensation in winter.

It should work better in summer, dehumidifiers can freeze up in winter and have to go through a self defrost mode to clear it.

The filter is a very basic one and wont do much to clean the air, for that you need an air purifier, this is to remove moisture from air.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 11th Jul
Many Thx
kudos1uk11/07/2019 09:45

I don't need it in summer so I turn it off, my north facing conservatory …I don't need it in summer so I turn it off, my north facing conservatory runs in condensation in winter.It should work better in summer, dehumidifiers can freeze up in winter and have to go through a self defrost mode to clear it.


Cheers bud
Alex_Fitz-Simmons11/07/2019 09:42

These are no good for the summer then? I’m planning on buying to clean air …These are no good for the summer then? I’m planning on buying to clean air in our home this month



Wouldn't think this would do a thing to clean the air, and unless you have a moisture problem or masses of clothes to dry indoors would just be a waste of electricity in the summer. Sounds like you need an air purifier or simply to open the doors and windows!
Edited by: "finknottle" 11th Jul
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finknottle11/07/2019 09:48

Wouldn't think this would do a thing to clean the air, and unless you have …Wouldn't think this would do a thing to clean the air, and unless you have a moisture problem or masses of clothes to dry indoors would just be a waste of electricity in the summer. Sounds like you need an air purifier or simply to open the doors and windows!


I already have an air purifier. I dry clothes in my house and use the washing machine all the time! Just trying to decide if this product would be necessary or a luxury lol
Alex_Fitz-Simmons11/07/2019 09:50

I already have an air purifier. I dry clothes in my house and use the …I already have an air purifier. I dry clothes in my house and use the washing machine all the time! Just trying to decide if this product would be necessary or a luxury lol




If you don't have a damp/condensation/mould problem then it is not really needed.

People use a humidifier to add moisture to the air and make it more healthy, nothing wrong with humid air as long as it's not so humid it causes a problem, like mould.
Alex_Fitz-Simmons11/07/2019 09:50

I already have an air purifier. I dry clothes in my house and use the …I already have an air purifier. I dry clothes in my house and use the washing machine all the time! Just trying to decide if this product would be necessary or a luxury lol



Fair enough! It would probably be a luxury in the summer, maybe more handy in the winter. They are fairly heavy on the electricity so there's that to factor into the cost too. You might also want to read up on dessicant vs. refrigerant dehumidifiers to see which would suit your circumstances best (these are all refrigerant.)
Torpis11/07/2019 09:32

Awesome deal. I've reserved one of each (Dimplex 10l and Moretti 16l) so I …Awesome deal. I've reserved one of each (Dimplex 10l and Moretti 16l) so I can see which one is better - never heard of Moretti and can't find any reviews online so I'm wary of just assuming bigger number is better


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All out of stock for 70+ miles around, very handy. The £9 does seem to be widely available at least
These are fantastic in the winter if you live in an old house they will collect so much water.
Cheers OP managed to find the last Dimplex one near me :-)
Cuddl3s11/07/2019 09:14

Can you please tell me if these have any consumables that need replacing?


Nope. It has got a filter that u simply clean with a wipe or under the sink and that's it. Simple and easy, very efficient, not amazingly quiet but hey...you can't have everything in that price!
xp320011/07/2019 10:06

These are fantastic in the winter if you live in an old house they will …These are fantastic in the winter if you live in an old house they will collect so much water.


I can echo that. Been using one for the last 10 winters. Would be handy to get another one if only to avoid having to lug the existing one up and down stairs.
whymark1011/07/2019 10:45

I can echo that. Been using one for the last 10 winters. Would be handy to …I can echo that. Been using one for the last 10 winters. Would be handy to get another one if only to avoid having to lug the existing one up and down stairs.


I have one up and down and have still bought another 2 of these for spares, could not live without then now as also helps keep the house nice and warm too.
anthony6911/07/2019 08:57

Ouch that's not cheap 😯


You wouldn't normally run these 24/7. I usually find 2-3 hours at a time 4-5 times a week between Nov-Feb is sufficient in my house.
Are none of these dessicant? My place drops below 5 degrees in winter so no good otherwise
jumpinoffthbed11/07/2019 11:01

Are none of these dessicant? My place drops below 5 degrees in winter so …Are none of these dessicant? My place drops below 5 degrees in winter so no good otherwise


If the inside is below 5c you have serious problems I would be looking at insulation before a dehumidifier.
Got the classic homebase 'got none' phone call after reserving.
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