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Lowry LDH1001 10L Dehumidifier - £49.98 @ Ebuyer
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Lowry LDH1001 10L Dehumidifier - £49.98 @ Ebuyer

£49.98£70.8529%Ebuyer Deals
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Posted 4th Aug 2019

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  • Prevent the build-up of condensation and mould growth
  • Suitable for a room size between 10 - 20m squared
  • 2 litre water tank
  • Silent Mode/Timer with delayed start


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Same price on Amazon too with free delivery.
freakstyler04/08/2019 13:09

Same price on Amazon too with free delivery.


Thanks, just ordered from Amazon
£79.99 on amazon
U got link for amazon
well it was yesterday, might have been earlier today as well
uk.camelcamelcamel.com/LDH…K2A

I ended up getting it from ebuyer
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Yeah I ordered from Amazon, great for the damp nights which are looming.
Oos
Thanks OP, ordered, got free next day delivery as well once I signed into my account.

Amazon was 50 quid with 2 available, then a few minutes later it jumped to 80 quid, this was about 3pm the day or near.
Oos
bought a better one in homebase for 37.5
Does this help with hayfever in the home
Cold, £17 to post to Northern Ireland...
Cheaper & free delivery from every other retailer (that stocks these) - Amazon too!
Edited by: "aLV426" 4th Aug 2019
aLV42604/08/2019 22:42

Cold, £17 to post to Northern Ireland... Cheaper & free …Cold, £17 to post to Northern Ireland... Cheaper & free delivery from every other retailer (that stocks these) - Amazon too!


Sue HUKD and get your money back

It's fine for eBuyer because they detail the difference. However, it's against to law to advertise a "hot UK deal" if it's not available for that price everywhere in the UK.

(j/k before any of the mods freak out. Again.)
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 5th Aug 2019
TipsyNurse05/08/2019 01:53

Sue HUKD and get your money back It's fine for eBuyer because they …Sue HUKD and get your money back It's fine for eBuyer because they detail the difference. However, it's against to law to advertise a "hot UK deal" if it's not available for that price everywhere in the UK.(j/k before any of the mods freak out. Again.)


Thanks for your helpful post - Ebuyer state free delivery to the UK*, then when you enter the delivery address they add £15 surcharge. Then they argue the following "Royal Mail is not available for delivery to Northern Ireland for insurance reasons". No other company I deal with has an issue with insurance. To me it's a blatent excuse to charge extra...
aLV42605/08/2019 02:07

Thanks for your helpful post - Ebuyer state free delivery to the UK*, then …Thanks for your helpful post - Ebuyer state free delivery to the UK*, then when you enter the delivery address they add £15 surcharge. Then they argue the following "Royal Mail is not available for delivery to Northern Ireland for insurance reasons". No other company I deal with has an issue with insurance. To me it's a blatent excuse to charge extra...


If that's the case without any qualifications then screenshot it and complain. They can't advertise that and then add on charges after you've started to checkout.

However, unless it's discriminatory they are allowed to charge different prices to different areas. It's unlikely to be an excuse, just that their couriers charge them more. AFAIK they don't use Royal Mail even for small items like SD cards.
theseller9604/08/2019 22:17

Does this help with hayfever in the home


I doubt it. More expensive models, such as Mitsibushi, have proper filters which would probably make a difference.
Edited by: "MrChaunceyGardiner" 5th Aug 2019
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