Pro Breeze 500ml Compact and Portable Mini Air Dehumidifier WAS £79.99 @ Amazon (sold by One Retail Group / FBA) - £28.49
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Pro Breeze 500ml Compact and Portable Mini Air Dehumidifier WAS £79.99 @ Amazon (sold by One Retail Group / FBA) - £28.49

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Found 22nd Jan
64% off with this deal. Not bad to be honest.

To be honest I don't really have a need for it but I thought might as well post it as someone else might.
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It's useless. Ready to bin it.
Cold. Was 20 GBP. Got similar for 8.99
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Edited by: "deleted646063" 22nd Jan
This is mass produced and stamped with many different logos

Homcom

33116427.jpg
ElectriQ

33116427.jpgPIFCO

33116427.jpg
Vortex

33116427-It9CD.jpg
Edited by: "BFCsider" 22nd Jan
lucyferror16 m ago

Cold. Was 20 GBP. Got similar for 8.99



Got a link please? about £20 most places I've seen them.
lucyferror20 m ago

Cold. Was 20 GBP. Got similar for 8.99


£8.99 from where?
Harley_Mick3 m ago

Got a link please? about £20 most places I've seen them.



It was few weeks ago on Amazon.
Batmobile54323 m ago

It's useless. Ready to bin it.


I've had this exact one for a month or two, I don't have anything to compare it to - but it fills in about a week. I know it depends on the individual situation / location... but is that really bad?
Dejaque17 m ago

I've had this exact one for a month or two, I don't have anything to …I've had this exact one for a month or two, I don't have anything to compare it to - but it fills in about a week. I know it depends on the individual situation / location... but is that really bad?


Very hard to say but my guess is if it’s taking a week to fill it’s not very effective. Depends on how damp, humid, your house may or may not be. Recently bit the bullet on an Ebac and have to say been very impressed with it up to now
As an owner would say not great as don t pull out much moisture, best suited to a very small space or cupboard. Not overly effective.
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I concur that RRP is absolute piffle, the deal price is what it's worth.
It's a teeny unit which would be best suited to a teeny weeny boxroom or a cupboard.
Bigger spaces would need a much bigger unit.
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Dejaque11 h, 43 m ago

I've had this exact one for a month or two, I don't have anything to …I've had this exact one for a month or two, I don't have anything to compare it to - but it fills in about a week. I know it depends on the individual situation / location... but is that really bad?


Depends on how much humidity you need to remove and the size of the space you are removing it from..
I use a much bigger dehumidifier, and when it's running I'm pulling out 3.5litres per 1-2 days and that's in a 1 bed house
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Dejaque58 m ago

£8.99 from where?



From Amazon. Posted here before.
Dejaque1 h, 3 m ago

I've had this exact one for a month or two, I don't have anything to …I've had this exact one for a month or two, I don't have anything to compare it to - but it fills in about a week. I know it depends on the individual situation / location... but is that really bad?


For me it has proved to be a bad purchase. At 70% humidity it never did more than 100ml in a day. I shouldn't compare it to the ebac big one that I now own that does 3 liters in 24hrs. So what's the point if its that slow?
Harley_Mick2 h, 26 m ago

Got a link please? about £20 most places I've seen them.



Try doing your own homework instead of picking on other people who are actually correct !

These (different maker but identical look and workings) were reduced in B&M to around £15 and I bought 2 a while ago.

Today (Monday) in Homebase I saw a stack priced at either £6.80 or £8.60 - they are not on website but were in store.

They work on the peltier principle - check on google for an explanation.

If temperature is a bit low then they ice up and eventually that seems to cause them to fail for good !

Fine for a cupboard or small room, but humidity has to be high enough and temperature also has to be within certain limits for them to work perfectly.

This is a joke deal at the price of £28.......... anyone interested please do some research and you'll find them cheaper, but if you need a lot of moisture removed from a room, best spend a lot more and get a more powerful machine which doesn't use the Peltier system.
kamenitzabrit9 m ago

Try doing your own homework instead of picking on other people who are …Try doing your own homework instead of picking on other people who are actually correct !These (different maker but identical look and workings) were reduced in B&M to around £15 and I bought 2 a while ago.Today (Monday) in Homebase I saw a stack priced at either £6.80 or £8.60 - they are not on website but were in store.They work on the peltier principle - check on google for an explanation.If temperature is a bit low then they ice up and eventually that seems to cause them to fail for good !Fine for a cupboard or small room, but humidity has to be high enough and temperature also has to be within certain limits for them to work perfectly.This is a joke deal at the price of £28.......... anyone interested please do some research and you'll find them cheaper, but if you need a lot of moisture removed from a room, best spend a lot more and get a more powerful machine which doesn't use the Peltier system.


WTF? are you mental? I asked a polite question.
Batmobile5431 h, 30 m ago

For me it has proved to be a bad purchase. At 70% humidity it never did …For me it has proved to be a bad purchase. At 70% humidity it never did more than 100ml in a day. I shouldn't compare it to the ebac big one that I now own that does 3 liters in 24hrs. So what's the point if its that slow?


Thanks, that and the icing up comment are enough to prove to me these are no use for me, was intending on putting them in a garage.
i pay £6 for one from home bargains works fine dose the job
JulianDean: Haha OP with lame "deal" buy for 8.99 most place


That was an easy mutant-list addition.
Thanks for the comments guys, guess I'll probably splash out on a big one instead... any suggestions?
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Dejaque18 m ago

Thanks for the comments guys, guess I'll probably splash out on a big one …Thanks for the comments guys, guess I'll probably splash out on a big one instead... any suggestions?


We use one of these EcoAir DC12 Compact Portable Dehumidifier, 12 L, previous to this we had used a De'Longhi DEM10; but the DEM10 seemed to struggle a lot when the temperature dropped. The EcoAir is a vast improvement and is great for us.
Edited by: "deleted1416210" 23rd Jan
I have one of these as well as a large desiccant unit, this one gets left on in kitchen 24/7 and pulls out about 150ml per day
the big difference is the cost, most of these cost to run, mine has a 9v 3amp psu meaning it uses about 27watts ph, compared with the big desiccant unit at about 600wph, horses for courses
@£20 or less which is what i paid about a year ago, these are fine for some uses, can't imagine how one would ice up, are there any links about that issue?
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