Ebac 2650e Dehumidifier with 2 year warranty - £174.91 @ Appliances Direct
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Ebac 2650e Dehumidifier with 2 year warranty - £174.91 @ Appliances Direct

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Design
The 2650e has been designed with simplicity in mind allowing it to blend in with any environment. The body of the 2650e has been constructed using ABS polymer therefore the dehumidifier is strong and robust yet lightweight.

Functionality
The 2650e has the patented Smart ControlTM technology which learns about your lifestyle, your home and even the weather outside. It can then tell your dehumidifier when to turn on and off without you touching it lowering its running cost and saving you money. There is an intelligent defrost system to allow better performance and an 8 hour boost option should you require it – this is ideal for drying laundry indoors.

Ease of Use
There’s no need to worry about when you will need to change the water container, the 2650e will automatically cut off when it’s full and let you know with a container full light. Front access to the water container means no spills while trying to remove it. With it’s easy to use electronic controls there’ll never be any confusion as to what setting you are currently using.
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just bought dem10 for £117. wonder how this compares to that.
Or direct from the manufacturer with 5 years warranty for an extra £30.

I am not usually a fan of extended warrantys but the number of Ebac models I see on ebay from that range that are listed as faulty or spares only made me spend the extra £30.

Good piece of kit though - ours has been in the a couple of weeks and made a big difference.
ukjoel

Or direct from the manufacturer with 5 years warranty for an extra £30.I … Or direct from the manufacturer with 5 years warranty for an extra £30.I am not usually a fan of extended warrantys but the number of Ebac models I see on ebay from that range that are listed as faulty or spares only made me spend the extra £30.



Bought one direct from Ebac with 5 year warranty, packed in after 4 years just before Xmas 2011. Sent courrier to collect, model was obsolete so they replaced with the model listed in this deal.
Like you I am not a fan of extended warranties but for £30 extra it has to be a consideration.
According to Which? the filter needs to be replaced every four months, costing around £20 a year.
Newbold

According to Which? the filter needs to be replaced every four months, … According to Which? the filter needs to be replaced every four months, costing around £20 a year.



If I change my brita filter every time the bars disappear, I will be broke! Sometimes, you can use a bit of common sense!
My flat got flooded a few days ago and my letting agent got someone to bring me one of these dehumidifier to dry out the water from the carpet. I don't think its working too well at all. Is something like this intended for regular everyday home use or for emergency home flooding use?
Slash

My flat got flooded a few days ago and my letting agent got someone to … My flat got flooded a few days ago and my letting agent got someone to bring me one of these dehumidifier to dry out the water from the carpet. I don't think its working too well at all. Is something like this intended for regular everyday home use or for emergency home flooding use?



Is it collecting water? If so, how much?

I have one of these and I really rate it, so cheap to run too, costs about £1 per day.

DO NOT BUY from this company though, they are a nightmare!!! Ok if everything goes ok, but have a problem and you're humped. Buy direct from Ebac and you'll have no problems whatsoever.
Gball

Is it collecting water? If so, how much? I have one of these and I … Is it collecting water? If so, how much? I have one of these and I really rate it, so cheap to run too, costs about £1 per day. DO NOT BUY from this company though, they are a nightmare!!! Ok if everything goes ok, but have a problem and you're humped. Buy direct from Ebac and you'll have no problems whatsoever.


The tank looks like it holds 1L and it got full at about 9hours. I am trying to determine if something like this is suitable for extracting water from carpets after a flooded or is it supposed to be an industrial sized one that should be used.
Edited by: "Slash" 17th Feb 2013
Slash

The tank looks like it holds 1L and it got full at about 9hours. I am … The tank looks like it holds 1L and it got full at about 9hours. I am trying to determine if something like this is suitable for extracting water from carpets after a flooded or is it supposed to be an industrial sized one that should be used.



This dehumidifier has a 3.5 litre container, so if it's full after 9 hours then in a day you'll be getting approx 10 litres per day.

Have you got it on the highest setting?

I guess it depends how bad the flooding is. I haven't used it for flooding, but it'll certainly take a good few days with this running 24 hours per day to sort it out. It will get there though, make sure it's on the highest setting and keep emptying when it's full.

Oh, and make sure you have the windows and doors closed so it's only drying out the room/s that got flooded.
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No good reviews for this e-tailer, so followed the advice of Gball here and I have now ordered the same model with 5 year warranty directly from manufacture and if you search mseforum there is a 5% discount code. In the end paid only about £20 more than the deal price here but includes 5 year warranty, so peace of mind.



Edited by: "nnj10" 17th Feb 2013
nnj10

No good reviews for this e-tailer,


As well as buying a de-humidifier direct from Ebac I also bought one from this company, its a specialist mitsubishi unit which works down to freezing point, a standard Ebac only works down to about 3C (although I found it struggles below 6 or 7, around the temp I keep my shop year round)
Point of my post, I had no problems with them delivering (although the tracking IIRC went from Huddersfield down to the Midlands and back to me in Dewsbury) but touch wood I have never had a fault for them to deal with.
jus bought one about a few months - coz last ebac we had - lasted around 10 yrs - so reliable for our family

gave it a cold coz it's standard price - i bought 5 yrs warranty for around £210
I got the 2850 from debenhams for less a few months back.
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