Ebac 18L 2650e Home Dehumidifier £89.99 @ Maplin (Delivered or Check Local Store for Stock)
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Ebac 18L 2650e Home Dehumidifier £89.99 @ Maplin (Delivered or Check Local Store for Stock)

£89.99£159.9744%Maplin Deals
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Found 20th Apr
seemed a right bargain as i can see it for £159.97 elsewhere & all that

  • Removes up to 18 litres of humidity from the air every day
  • Automatically detects when to operate with smart technology
  • 3.5 litre tank with auto shut off when the tank is full
  • Made in Britain for use in the British climate
  • Very quiet to operate at only 46 dB
  • Laundry Boost Function dries your clothes effectively
  • Automatic anti-frost ensures efficient running over time
  • Optional continuous water drainage with hose (not included)
  • Air purification mode cleans and filters the air of dust, pollen, allergens and more
  • Only 320W power consumption
  • Features a built-in carry handle - easy to move around
  • Two year warranty included for peace of mind (proof of purchase required)
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Great product, I own this from last three years. It comes with three operating modes: auto, Eco and Max.
Cheapest it's been at Amazon was £116.57 and that was 2015!
Heat added OP.
Tried to add it to basket but not showing up in basket? Probably only available in store.
Great find, but you'll be lucky to find stock. Only available in store (C&C) closest store to me with stock is 135 miles away! Great deal if you can get it!
If you're willing to wait (winter just finished so you've probably got 6 months) you can keep an eye on ebay and get a second hand one locally for £30 or so. It's not the sort of thing that breaks and they're super heavy so they don't post easily.
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No link anymore - looks like Maplin stocks almost gone.
Heat added. Humidity taken away...
We had a Delonghi DM10 compressor dehumidifier for a few years and it was OK at collection but loud and pretty big and heavy, got a desiccant one from Ecoair and seriously it destroyed the compressor dehumidifier in every way, 3 times the amount of water collection, half the noise,my daughter could easily sleep through it, much smaller & lighter my wife could move it round easier, cheaper price and only slightly more expensive to run. The Delonghi would take a 36 hours to dry a washing load, desiccant one would do it in 12 hours.We didn't have any mould come through this year and it the desiccant
Kankan1014 h, 57 m ago

We had a Delonghi DM10 compressor dehumidifier for a few years and it was …We had a Delonghi DM10 compressor dehumidifier for a few years and it was OK at collection but loud and pretty big and heavy, got a desiccant one from Ecoair and seriously it destroyed the compressor dehumidifier in every way, 3 times the amount of water collection, half the noise,my daughter could easily sleep through it, much smaller & lighter my wife could move it round easier, cheaper price and only slightly more expensive to run. The Delonghi would take a 36 hours to dry a washing load, desiccant one would do it in 12 hours.We didn't have any mould come through this year and it the desiccant


Compressor dehumidifiers work great in higher room temperatures (above 15) so desiccant more effective in lower temperatures. Bought ecoair compressor it worked great but sadly died after 14 months so wouldn't buy ecoair again! I'm looking to buy a desiccant as you mentioned they're more compact comparing to compressor ones but would go for more reliable Ebac or Meaco.
I can also vouch for Ecoair desiccant dehumidifiers - mine still working well 1.5 years...
I've had one of these de huh's for around 10 years now I use it for 4/5 months in the cold weather, it removes 2ltrs of water from our home roughly every two days, the wife thinks it might be hard on lecky but I don't think so, I'd Highly recommend this Ebac Dehumidifier 100% and I'd certainly buy another if mine stopped workin so Heat for sure from me
Ebac have a guide explaining the difference between Desiccant or Compressor dehumidifiers. They are recommending compressor units for domestic use in the UK and claim impartial advice as they produce both. This unit is a compressor model, I've no experience but thought I'd share - ebac.com/deh…ned
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