Ebac 3850e 21 Litre Dehumidifier - £144.99 @ Amazon
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Ebac 3850e 21 Litre Dehumidifier - £144.99 @ Amazon

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Found 30th Nov
Lightning deal - get in quick. Great price, been waiting for this one a long time. Usually £207.

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Ordered. Thanks OP. Free delivery to dampest country in the world, Republic of Ireland.
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so glad i had ebac as a keyword, been waiting last few days for a deal, heat added, great find :-)

Hope these are better than the older design. I have had a few different makes of dehumidifiers over about 20 years. I originally bought ebac and then about 4 or 5 years ago bought this one (well its predecessor, which looks very, very similar apart from the electronic display) and it was absolute trash!!!
The screwfix own brand looks similar and has been a cracker for the last few years.

JayPyro7 m ago

so glad i had ebac as a keyword, been waiting last few days for a deal, …so glad i had ebac as a keyword, been waiting last few days for a deal, heat added, great find :-)


Same me too. Thought I wasn't going to get one since blackfriday finished and I was going to order the 3650e for £189 today.

Ordered. Thanks OP. Free delivery to dampest country in the world, Republic of Ireland.

default1223 m ago

Same me too. Thought I wasn't going to get one since blackfriday finished …Same me too. Thought I wasn't going to get one since blackfriday finished and I was going to order the 3650e for £189 today.


Yeah I was thinking same thing, so happy now ha

Negative . Buy Dessicant Dehumidifier. Compressor Dehumidfiers dont work in low temperature/winter , even after the manufacturer saying otherwise. Tested several

is it better than the EcoAir DD122 Simple Desiccant Dehumidifier, 7 L. as i have this one. Want to move that upstairs and have a new one for kitchen was looking at getting the same again.

JayPyro35 m ago

so glad i had ebac as a keyword, been waiting last few days for a deal, …so glad i had ebac as a keyword, been waiting last few days for a deal, heat added, great find :-)


Make ecoair or amcor as keyword, as they sell dessicant dehumidifiers. Compressor dehumidifiers dont work at low temperatures .

STARS357J2 m ago

is it better than the EcoAir DD122 Simple Desiccant Dehumidifier, 7 L. as …is it better than the EcoAir DD122 Simple Desiccant Dehumidifier, 7 L. as i have this one. Want to move that upstairs and have a new one for kitchen was looking at getting the same again.


No it is not. Dessicant ones are much superior in winter

Made in the UK not many things you can say that about now a days. Also has a great ethos but like John Lewis.

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Batmobile54311 m ago

Ordered. Thanks OP. Free delivery to dampest country in the world, …Ordered. Thanks OP. Free delivery to dampest country in the world, Republic of Ireland.



Northern Ireland here so I know what you’re talking about!!

Had one of these for a while - very impressed. Thanks op - I've ordered another one!

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sam_of_london11 m ago

Negative . Buy Dessicant Dehumidifier. Compressor Dehumidfiers dont work …Negative . Buy Dessicant Dehumidifier. Compressor Dehumidfiers dont work in low temperature/winter , even after the manufacturer saying otherwise. Tested several


I don’t understand - why vote negative ? Surely the voting system relates to the deal rather than your opinion of the product ? Genuine question

sam_of_london41 m ago

Negative . Buy Dessicant Dehumidifier. Compressor Dehumidfiers dont work …Negative . Buy Dessicant Dehumidifier. Compressor Dehumidfiers dont work in low temperature/winter , even after the manufacturer saying otherwise. Tested several


True enough, however I don't live in low temperatures, I live in a centrally heated house therefore my eBac works fine, just as my Meaco desiccant one does downstairs!

It might be significant for anyone wanting to dry unheated rooms, but often they are not the rooms that suffer much from condensation because -people and their activities are usually the source of the water vapour in houses that are not actually suffering from rising or penetrating damp.

Had one of these since last year.. fantastic price of kit.. can highly recommend it.

You'll be amazed how much water this pulls out the air.

sam_of_london1 h, 20 m ago

Negative . Buy Dessicant Dehumidifier. Compressor Dehumidfiers dont work …Negative . Buy Dessicant Dehumidifier. Compressor Dehumidfiers dont work in low temperature/winter , even after the manufacturer saying otherwise. Tested several


Complete nonsense.

As I've already mentioned I own one and it works extremely well

Ordered this one - will probably return the EcoAir desiccant one I bought last week, not as good as my old Aldi dehumidifier in the house
Edited by: "tascheman" 30th Nov

sam_of_london1 h, 52 m ago

No it is not. Dessicant ones are much superior in winter


True but I'm buying mine for the humid summers that push the air con harder and from what I've read (but not personally tested) - some desiccant dehumidifiers can heat air by 10-12 degrees compared to 2 degrees for the refrigerant type which is the last thing I need. Plus, it looks as though this type is lower energy. While you offer a good point, I think it's best for hotukdealers to do a little research to see which is the best match for their use. 10-12 degrees plus could be a real bonus in winter for some. Would be perfect in my old house but not in my new one.

Batmobile5432 h, 30 m ago

Ordered. Thanks OP. Free delivery to dampest country in the world, …Ordered. Thanks OP. Free delivery to dampest country in the world, Republic of Ireland.


You got that right. Here in Connemara we need multiple dehumidifiers running for months at a time.

Which is better, this one or the Screwfix one? Thanks

EvilA1 h, 28 m ago

True but I'm buying mine for the humid summers that push the air con …True but I'm buying mine for the humid summers that push the air con harder and from what I've read (but not personally tested) - some desiccant dehumidifiers can heat air by 10-12 degrees compared to 2 degrees for the refrigerant type which is the last thing I need. Plus, it looks as though this type is lower energy. While you offer a good point, I think it's best for hotukdealers to do a little research to see which is the best match for their use. 10-12 degrees plus could be a real bonus in winter for some. Would be perfect in my old house but not in my new one.


Our dessicant one really does warm up the upstairs of our house, not sure it's 10 or 12 degrees mind, and works a treat on condensation in the winter months which is what I bought it for. I did have a condenser dehumidifier (similar rated extraction rates) and was nowhere near as effective, and MUCH louder.

Missed it!

Was looking at these last night, best price around £190

This is a good price, voted hot.
I have this Ebac and I am really happy with it. We had damp in an unheated room but we don’t anymore. Red light tells you when it needs emptying and we empty it every day.

ITMA30th Nov

You got that right. Here in Connemara we need multiple dehumidifiers …You got that right. Here in Connemara we need multiple dehumidifiers running for months at a time.


Conemara indeed receives more rain consequently more humidity. On a positive note, a beautiful place to visit, hiked diamond Hill this summer.

Not overly impressed by mine. It’s been on for 6 days and hardly goes off. It’s taking about 1L a day out of the room.

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jamez00212 h, 49 m ago

Not overly impressed by mine. It’s been on for 6 days and hardly goes off. …Not overly impressed by mine. It’s been on for 6 days and hardly goes off. It’s taking about 1L a day out of the room.


Thats a lot of water. Remember the 21L/day rating is for Tropical jungle type environments - ebac even say so themselves:
(link : ebac.com/deh…tes )
Edited by: "psynnott" 8th Dec

psynnott8th Dec

Thats a lot of water. Remember the 21L/day rating is for Tropical jungle …Thats a lot of water. Remember the 21L/day rating is for Tropical jungle type environments - ebac even say so themselves:(link : https://www.ebac.com/dehumidifiers/technical-extraction-rates )


I’ve ordered a desiccant dehumidifier so I can compare the two. 1 litre for the size of my house isn’t good, but maybe that’s because we like to keep the temperature fairly low.
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