Silent night thermoelectric dehumidifier - £39.98 Delivered @ Groupon
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Silent night thermoelectric dehumidifier - £39.98 Delivered @ Groupon

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Found 9th Sep 2017
Silent night thermoelectric dehumidifier was £83.99 now £37.99 @ groupon 70 watts 2litre tank can remove up to 600ml per day auto shut off light indicator to show when full and needs to be emptied. £1.99 delivery
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Anybody know what this is like? Can't really find any reviews for it. Thanks
Its Silentnight...avoid!
steve7652 h, 0 m ago

Anybody know what this is like? Can't really find any reviews for it. …Anybody know what this is like? Can't really find any reviews for it. Thanks



Unfortunately this won't be a lot of use to anyone. If you have a genuine need for a dehumidifier you're going to need something that'll pull a lot more 600ml per day of water from the air.
Ok. Thanks.
adi06041 h, 12 m ago

Its Silentnight...avoid!



Well its not really.
Silentnight lets other companies lease its name for a charge they have done this for years even when I used to work there so when you buy Silentnight pillows,sheets and the like they are not made by them as they only make beds.
But yes I would avoid its not going to be very good at 600ml a day.
if it were pulling 20-30Litres it would be a worth looking at.
Might be ok to put inside a wardrobe or something like that, but wouldn't bother with this. I know, sadly from experience. This will fill with water yes, but won't pull enough moisture from the air to make any real difference. Mine were from Aldi, similar extraction rate, and until I got a decent dessicant dehumidifier, I was none the wiser. Honestly, save your money, and spend it on a better one, with an extraction rate of around 10 litres a day. Some will say compressor dehumidifiers are more effective, although my dessicant has been brilliant, and quieter than a lot of compressor models.
I don't see the point in dehumidifiers as small as this. As others have mentioned, if you have a moisture/damp problem, you'll need more substantial equipment that draws in more moisture. Every room will have some sort of moisture which is fine. Maybe this would work as a 'tester' of some sort, but I wouldn't pay £40 for a tester.
VCB-16051 m ago

Well its not really.Silentnight lets other companies lease its name for a …Well its not really.Silentnight lets other companies lease its name for a charge they have done this for years even when I used to work there so when you buy Silentnight pillows,sheets and the like they are not made by them as they only make beds.But yes I would avoid its not going to be very good at 600ml a day.if it were pulling 20-30Litres it would be a worth looking at.


It is rubbish at 600ml.
You need something that can do 2-3l a day to make a dent on applications where a dehumidifier might be needed.
20-30l a day you aren't going to get that in any consumer device and don't need to either
600ml per day, lol, spend a bit more and get an Ebac.
How about fix the problem permanently? Contact Envirovent
Thank you for your comments. You have saved me some money.
Ebac onl
VCB-16020 h, 17 m ago

Well its not really.Silentnight lets other companies lease its name for a …Well its not really.Silentnight lets other companies lease its name for a charge they have done this for years even when I used to work there so when you buy Silentnight pillows,sheets and the like they are not made by them as they only make beds.But yes I would avoid its not going to be very good at 600ml a day.if it were pulling 20-30Litres it would be a worth looking at.

Exactly my point, Silentnights means nothing might as well any cheap Chinese brand. Particularly avoid this!
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