Pro Breeze 1500ml Dehumidifier £44.99 Sold by One Retail Group and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Pro Breeze 1500ml Dehumidifier £44.99 Sold by One Retail Group and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 21st Mar
Bought this last year - excellent little gadget Almost the lowest price ever on amazon (Prime members only ...)

  • Pro Breeze® 1500ml High-efficiency, Lightweight and Portable Dehumidifier


  • Peltier Technology and Thermo-Electric Cooling (No compressor needed)


  • Removes up to 500ml of moisture/day with 1500ml water tank capacity


  • Automatically shuts off and indicator light when maximum capacity reached


  • Ideal for removing Damp, Mould and Moisture from Home, Kitchen, Bedroom, Caravan, Garage, Basement
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Fake reviews !!
AVOID!

I have two of these and they do not work very well. Best avoid in my opinion or you'll be wasting your money.
Edited by: "Predikuesi" 21st Mar
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Predikuesi7 m ago

AVOID!I have two of these and they do not work very well. Best avoid in my …AVOID!I have two of these and they do not work very well. Best avoid in my opinion or you'll be wasting your money.



Can't fault mine - no issue for over an year and decided it is a time for another , but made me think cancelling the order
These Peltier based dehumidifiers are a waste of money - £80 will get a decent compressor based model that'll be head over heels better than this.
freakstyler59 m ago

These Peltier based dehumidifiers are a waste of money - £80 will get a …These Peltier based dehumidifiers are a waste of money - £80 will get a decent compressor based model that'll be head over heels better than this.


You mean the ones that don't work when the temperature is as low as it normally is in Britain?
These are useful for a small room or a cupboard, BUT the price is far too high for what they are - there are many other almost identical models (water drawer the same but a switch on front top) priced around £15, some have been featured here so do a search.

When temperatures are really cold, I used to find these Peltier devices would freeze up and ice formed on the tiny 'radiator' type thing, so the machine stopped working.
Trust me...I've used this Dehumidifier and had to return it after two weeks.
I'm yet to understand what's behind all their reviews. This dehumidifier is an absolute Toy.
Don't get excited with the energy consumption, as a real dehumidifier would do a better job for less at the long run.
ITMA3 h, 11 m ago

You mean the ones that don't work when the temperature is as low as it …You mean the ones that don't work when the temperature is as low as it normally is in Britain?


I was just using one as a cheap-ish example, even though they have their limitations they'll still perform miles better than one of these. Ideally you'd have a desiccant model, we have a couple of EcoAir models and they're excellent.
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