Meaco Home Dehumidifier 20 L @ Amazon Warehouse (used - very good)
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Meaco Home Dehumidifier 20 L @ Amazon Warehouse (used - very good)

£110.51Amazon Deals
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Edited by:"baz84"Found 26th Nov
With the additional 20% off I thought this was a bit of a bargain for a 20L Meaco. Only 1 left at this price but wanted to share in case someone is specifically in the market for one and doesn’t require a desiccant.


  • 20 Litres per day at 30°C & 80%RH
  • Compressor Dehumidifier for a 3 to 5 Bedroomed House
  • Helps Prevent Condensation, Mould, and Damp Issues.
  • Anti-bacterial filter to help clean the air
  • Meaco unique control logic


EDIT - seems Amazon are replenishing the used items!!

22 Comments

Thanks very much for posting this, I've just bought it! Cheers Baz84!

I had reported as expired as it seemed like there was only one in stocks as Baz84 suggested, but they're still advertising at least one more as used very good... So not expired!

I have also just bought one. Thanks @baz84

Me too lol - ta!

I've just bought one for £110.51. Used-very good. Deal still available

I year warranty so can't go wrong albeit warehouse deals r hit and miss. They have 14 in stock at the moment

Not expired!

Ordered one a few days ago at exactly the same price - delivered yesterday with all stickers/seals in place. Can't see how this was 'used' - a bargain!

Ordered one too

Gone up to £138.14

I got condensation problems, but looking at a PIV unit instead. Already updated kitchen and bathroom fans with humidistat sensors, looking for a permanent solution to the problem and think probably PIV is the way to go.

cheapo5 m ago

Gone up to £138.14


Discount is applied at checkout

saintscouple1 h, 7 m ago

I got condensation problems, but looking at a PIV unit instead. Already …I got condensation problems, but looking at a PIV unit instead. Already updated kitchen and bathroom fans with humidistat sensors, looking for a permanent solution to the problem and think probably PIV is the way to go.


We installed a Drymaster in our Victorian end terrace three years ago. Filter is due for changing now. Our house is large and we had a lot of condensation and we had mould appearing and reappearing in corners of rooms.

Since the Drymaster was installed, it has completely prevented any condensation, even on an old single pane window we still have. We've had no return of mould. We've actually had to replace wallpaper that dried out and went stiff and plaster that has cracked where it has dried out and shrunk. It's created a good bit of cosmetic work but the house is definitely dryer. On the landing it feels cooler and there's a definite draught from the unit, but the rest of the house is much easier to keep warm because the air is dryer. It's pretty quiet too. Much better than a dehumidifier that can only target a small area. Definitely recommended.

Pokey11 m ago

We installed a Drymaster in our Victorian end terrace three years ago. …We installed a Drymaster in our Victorian end terrace three years ago. Filter is due for changing now. Our house is large and we had a lot of condensation and we had mould appearing and reappearing in corners of rooms.Since the Drymaster was installed, it has completely prevented any condensation, even on an old single pane window we still have. We've had no return of mould. We've actually had to replace wallpaper that dried out and went stiff and plaster that has cracked where it has dried out and shrunk. It's created a good bit of cosmetic work but the house is definitely dryer. On the landing it feels cooler and there's a definite draught from the unit, but the rest of the house is much easier to keep warm because the air is dryer. It's pretty quiet too. Much better than a dehumidifier that can only target a small area. Definitely recommended.


That's interesting to hear, we're in a 19 year old, 2 bed, mid terrace. Last year had new boiler, rads, and windows and still no improvement. Surveyor is visiting tomorrow, so will see what he says. ty

saintscouple9 h, 33 m ago

I got condensation problems, but looking at a PIV unit instead. Already …I got condensation problems, but looking at a PIV unit instead. Already updated kitchen and bathroom fans with humidistat sensors, looking for a permanent solution to the problem and think probably PIV is the way to go.


Recently installed a PIV after using a dehumidifier for a year. The PIV has solved all of our damp and condensation problems

clairelou449 h, 59 m ago

Recently installed a PIV after using a dehumidifier for a year. The PIV …Recently installed a PIV after using a dehumidifier for a year. The PIV has solved all of our damp and condensation problems


Thanks, certainly seems that PIV is a more cost effective and permanent solution.

This thing is huge!!

I've just ordered one as well- any reason why the post has gone cold?

clairelou4426th Nov

Recently installed a PIV after using a dehumidifier for a year. The PIV …Recently installed a PIV after using a dehumidifier for a year. The PIV has solved all of our damp and condensation problems


What’s a PIV please?

Mine arrived and works really well, very pleased with it thanks OP
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