Pro Breeze Debumidifier - £37.99 - Sold by One Retail Group and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Pro Breeze Debumidifier - £37.99 - Sold by One Retail Group and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 5th Nov 2017
Previously 79.99 now 37.99 & same
day delivery if supported in your area.

gets very good reviews.
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There are lots of different brands if this dehumidifier for £23-£26 , we paid £20 2 years ago and it's a fab quiet thing
This is the general price for this apart from a few days now and then in which Amazon like to shoot it up.
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Are these actually worth buying?
If they did them in packs of a dozen I might be interested. It would take a dozen or so of these to extract any reasonable amount of moisture
Edited by: "ITMA" 5th Nov 2017
" Debumidifier" - yeah, prevents sweaty butt crack.
i've got a similar small one like this and it extracts next to f*ck all

it'll be a peltier model which doesnt really work all that well on such a small scale
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adamspencer9512 m ago

i've got a similar small one like this and it extracts next to f*ck …i've got a similar small one like this and it extracts next to f*ck allit'll be a peltier model which doesnt really work all that well on such a small scale

These don't work. Buy a dessicant dehumidifier instead. May cost more but will extract 1000 times more water than this thing ever can .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 5th Nov 2017
sam_of_london5 m ago

These don't work. Buy a dessicant dehumidifier instead. May cost more but …These don't work. Buy a dessicant dehumidifier instead. May cost more but will extract 1000 times more water than this thing ever can .


im waiting for the £70 compressor one from Aldi to be reduced in my local still there from a few weeks ago
i got one last year from B&M i only pay £10 for its a great machine and was fall after turning it on for 48hours. im in tiny 1bed bungalow
Power packs fail on these
we got this in our unused back bedroom and it does work, bit noisy but does work
Edited by: "Zerachiel" 5th Nov 2017
Wotan2 h, 19 m ago

Are these actually worth buying?


ofc this is a self filling water bottle
We have a similar product and in my opinion, it's total rubbish.
Over a 24-hour period it has collected maybe 50-100ml at most compared to 1-1.5 litre (in 7 hours) on a compressor type product.
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adamspencer956 h, 15 m ago

im waiting for the £70 compressor one from Aldi to be reduced in my local …im waiting for the £70 compressor one from Aldi to be reduced in my local still there from a few weeks ago

Compressor ones freeze and stop working at cold temperatures unless working in heated environment. Better buy dessicant.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 5th Nov 2017
sam_of_london48 m ago

Compressor ones freeze and stop working at cold temperatures unless …Compressor ones freeze and stop working at cold temperatures unless working in heated environment. Better buy dessicant.


yes, this is true if its below 15 degrees

not like my house is gonna be below that
I have one of these and they don't collect much but I keep mine on a timer on the window sill behind the bedroom curtains, it stops the condensation on the glass which I used to have to remove with a karcher vac before.
They are OK for small spaces only & I paid much less in B&M, no idea if they still sell them.
hells2755th Nov 2017

i got one last year from B&M i only pay £10 for its a great machine and …i got one last year from B&M i only pay £10 for its a great machine and was fall after turning it on for 48hours. im in tiny 1bed bungalow


full. The a is on the other side of the keyboard.
Also, I know you didn't Pacifically ask, but there is no such thing as the Specific Ocean
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