Dimplex DXDHC10 Ultra Compact 10L 250 Watts Dehumidifier £76 @ COOP Ebay
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Dimplex DXDHC10 Ultra Compact 10L 250 Watts Dehumidifier £76 @ COOP Ebay

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Found 1st Mar
I thought this was quite a good price initially. Other sellers generally around £140 to £170

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The Dimplex DXDHC10 Ultra-Compact 10 Litre Dehumidifier is a small yet powerful companion for effectively drawing out excess moisture and damp. The ultra-compact design is ideal for small rooms and spaces, suited for a room size up to 15m squared.

It helps dry clothes, warms rooms up faster than when your heating is on and costs from as little as 4p an hour to run.

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sdaviso2

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Sorry! What voucher. Where is it

CR_&_JR

Sorry! What voucher. Where is it


COOP20

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Voucher is COOP20, add into Paypal voucher section.

good find op, heat added

This only holds 2.3 litres then turns off...it might draw 10 litres per 24 hour period but you will have to empty it every 6 hours if your room is that damp...although I doubt anyone's room is that damp. We run a very small one in a conservatory and it fills a 1 litre tank every 4 days or so.
Edited by: "twinkle" 1st Mar

twinkle

This only holds 2.3 litres then turns off...it might draw 10 litres per … This only holds 2.3 litres then turns off...it might draw 10 litres per 24 hour period but you will have to empty it every 6 hours if your room is that damp...although I doubt anyone's room is that damp. We run a very small one in a conservatory and it fills a 1 litre tank every 4 days or so.



No, it won't pull 10 litres per hour. This is a refrigerant type (generally pretty crap in typical UK climate) and that 10 litre figure will be based on an air temp of 30C and 80% RH and their performance crashes as it gets cooler and they basically stop working at all around 15C. The far better type for the UK are the desiccant type which are rated at 20C and 60% RH, and continue working right down to 0C. In fact I'd had one (EcoAir DD122FW-MK5 Classic) running this week in a unheated log cabin, pulling water out of air well.

Char23

No, it won't pull 10 litres per hour. This is a refrigerant type … No, it won't pull 10 litres per hour. This is a refrigerant type (generally pretty crap in typical UK climate) and that 10 litre figure will be based on an air temp of 30C and 80% RH and their performance crashes as it gets cooler and they basically stop working at all around 15C. The far better type for the UK are the desiccant type which are rated at 20C and 60% RH, and continue working right down to 0C. In fact I'd had one (EcoAir DD122FW-MK5 Classic) running this week in a unheated log cabin, pulling water out of air well.



Thanks for your info.
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