SILVERCREST Electric Dehumidifier:: £19.99 @ LiDL
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SILVERCREST Electric Dehumidifier:: £19.99 @ LiDL

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Found 25th May 2014
Compact and space-saving design, perfect for reducing humidity levels in small bathrooms, kitchens or cellars
Dehumidifying capacity in 24 hours, max. (ml): 170
Automatically stops when removable water reservoir is full, capacity (ml): 370
Size (cm): H22 x W17 x D13
3 year manufacturer's warranty

from 29-May

22 Comments

Heat...handy these.

Asking because I do not know about these! Is 170ml in 24h enough for keeping bathroom nice and dry or drying clothes in a room? thanks

pistachio

Asking because I do not know about these! Is 170ml in 24h enough for … Asking because I do not know about these! Is 170ml in 24h enough for keeping bathroom nice and dry or drying clothes in a room? thanks



My £120 dehumidifier can't even handle my bedroom. I would need to have it on 24/7 in order for it to be effective.

Sure this thing would gather water but not in the places you would want it to.
Edited by: "551625" 25th May 2014

Is this good for removing mould and mildew? One of my bedroom having problems...

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Is this good for removing mould and mildew? One of my bedroom having … Is this good for removing mould and mildew? One of my bedroom having problems...


It might cope with a drawer!

170ml in 24 hours? That's not great. I bought an ecoair from Amazon that extracts 7 litres in 24 hours. It was £140 but if you need a dehumidifier for anything serious this isn't the one.

170ml/day? X)

Any recommendations on normal size dehumidifiers from fellow Bristolians or similar?

Hi,
I got book sin my loft and am scared that the winter will make them damp. Is this a good solution?
If not, what would you recommend?

170ml a day is a waste of space and money. a dehumidifier needs to be at least the size of cabin suitcase to be worthwhile. this looks like the size of a electric fan heater....

mdmuddin

Hi,I got book sin my loft and am scared that the winter will make them … Hi,I got book sin my loft and am scared that the winter will make them damp. Is this a good solution?If not, what would you recommend?


These things won't help at all - far too small to be of any use. You could run a full sized dehumidifier in the loft, but it would need to be emptied regularly, and I'd be a bit concerned about the possible fire risk of leaving anything running up there.

Proper loft ventilation is essential - not just for the books, but also for the fabric of the house.

will this help to reduce dust in the air, or do I need an air purifier?

£200+ Ebac extracts about 2 litres a day from my kitchen. Thats with fan on when i cook. Small kitchen about 6ft x 18ft.

Dubtitled

Any recommendations on normal size dehumidifiers from fellow Bristolians … Any recommendations on normal size dehumidifiers from fellow Bristolians or similar?

i think you can try DD-TEC16E1 Duracraft Honeywell 16L Digital Dehumidifier with Humidistat up to 4 bed house Your text here im using De'Longhi DEM10 Compact Dehumidifier which is sufficient for my 2 bedroom flat in winter. hope it help

These things won't help at all - far too small to be of any use. You could run a full sized dehumidifier in the loft, but it would need to be emptied regularly, and I'd be a bit concerned about the possible fire risk of leaving anything running up there.

Proper loft ventilation is essential - not just for the books, but also for the fabric of the house.[/quote]
I know this is completely off topic, but would you be kind enough to share some info on the easiest and most econimocal way would be for me to get ventilation in my loft?
It's a 3 bedroom terraced house and we haven't done anything to the roof since we moved in 20 years ago. I dont know what the type of roof is called but there are just two slopes, one on each side. From the slopes, there's just one batton coming from each and meeting in the middle of the roof.
Thanks

If its anything like the £49 aldi one it will not work on a 24 hour cycle. it would need to defrost every 4-6 hours. they get a big build up of ice at the back and tend to block the fan and make a lovely grinding noise before finally giving up the ghost. I had one i left on for a whole week before it went with a lovely banging sound.
They are ok for short use and work, but mine only got about 200ml out every 3 days.
But with a 3 years warranty just take it back everytime it breaks.

Dubtitled

Any recommendations on normal size dehumidifiers from fellow Bristolians … Any recommendations on normal size dehumidifiers from fellow Bristolians or similar?

Ebac all the way. British made at least a 2 to 5 years warranty.

We have a room approx 4 foot x 4 foot with damp problems. This worthwhile over the normal Kilrock crystal stuff?

mdmuddin

These things won't help at all - far too small to be of any use. You … These things won't help at all - far too small to be of any use. You could run a full sized dehumidifier in the loft, but it would need to be emptied regularly, and I'd be a bit concerned about the possible fire risk of leaving anything running up there.Proper loft ventilation is essential - not just for the books, but also for the fabric of the house.


I know this is completely off topic, but would you be kind enough to share some info on the easiest and most econimocal way would be for me to get ventilation in my loft?
It's a 3 bedroom terraced house and we haven't done anything to the roof since we moved in 20 years ago. I dont know what the type of roof is called but there are just two slopes, one on each side. From the slopes, there's just one batton coming from each and meeting in the middle of the roof.
Thanks

I'm not remotely an expert on this (far from it!) but I do know that ventilation is vital. I'm assuming you're talking mid-terrace, and I'd guess that the best solution would be to have some vent tiles put in and/or ridge vents. Not a huge job, but make sure you get quotes from a reputable local roofer - they do exist. Not a general builder, and certainly not from a national firm.

Got something like this B grade on eBay, it's essentially just a peltier junction like in those cheap mini fridges, a PC fan and a bucket to catch the drips, but it works surprisingly well!

Spare room window was very damp lots of mildew because of drying washing in there and it was causing problems with my 3D printer.
I leave one of these on a timer plug for a few hours a day doesn't use much electricity as it's got a laptop charger style brick, fan is pretty quiet, window now completely dry and mildew not come back!

Mine had a little hose so the water can drip out the window instead of emptying the bucket, not sure about this one?

With 3 years warranty for 20 quid got to be worth a pop?

Anyone that actually checked the humidity before and after using any of the models recommmended above on a proper humidity meter?
Mine constantly shows over 60% which is not good/healthy. Curious if I should buy one of these.
I would definetly not buy this one as it is too small.

MaximusRo

Anyone that actually checked the humidity before and after using any of … Anyone that actually checked the humidity before and after using any of the models recommmended above on a proper humidity meter?Mine constantly shows over 60% which is not good/healthy. Curious if I should buy one of these. I would definetly not buy this one as it is too small.

on a cheap eBay display I went from above 60 to below 50, sometimes gets down to 40% - but I take the meter as a very rough guide since it was so cheap!
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