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VonHaus 20L Dehumidifier £99.99 @ Domu
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VonHaus 20L Dehumidifier £99.99 @ Domu

£99.99£139.9929%Domu Deals
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Posted 18th Oct 2018
Price drop from £140
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Also available through Amazon here from the Domu

Effectively remove damp, mould, moisture and bad odours from the air thanks to the VonHaus 20L Dehumidifier. Its clever compressor takes in damp air and removes the moisture, expelling dry air back into the atmosphere. It’s capable of removing up to 20L of moisture per day using the overflow pipe included. Or, set your machine to auto and it’ll turn off when the 5.5L water tank is full.

Operation Mode
Choose one of four operation modes to best suit your requirements.

Automatic
In this mode, the dehumidifier is automatically set to 55%, the air speed will change as the ambient humidity changes. Suitable for rooms where you require comfortable humidity and want to prevent mould growth.

Quiet
As the name suggests, this mode operates the fan on a low setting to your pre-set humidity level at 48dB.

Drying
This will operate the fan at an increased air speed – ideal for drying clothes or dehumidifying small spaces.

Continuous
Use this setting to continually operate the compressor. Attach the overflow pipe to drain moisture into a suitable container.

Additional Features
In addition to the operation mode, you can also choose to set a desired humidity level (between 30%-80%), use the 24-hr timer, activate the air purifying function or oscillation.

The machine also features a defrosting mode which will automatically operate in cold environments. In this mode, if the room temperature is lower than 23°C/73.4°F` the unit will still defrost and automatically operate for 5-10mins every 30mins.

Auto-Off Feature
When relative humidity decreases beyond your set level by 5%, the dehumidifier automatically switches off. It’ll also turn itself off when the tank needs emptying to prevent unnecessary energy use. An LED light indicator will let you know it has reached full capacity.

Practical Design
The classic white unit is neutral enough to suit most interiors. Mounted on wheels for easy portability around the home, it also features a comfort touch top carry handle.

Specification

Air Flow Volume: 140m3/h

Power: 430w

Working Temperature: 5-32℃

Noise Level: 52dB (48dB in quiet mode)

Fan Speed: 1400 rpm

Refrigerant: R134a。

Timer: 24hr

Size: 36 X 23 X 58cm (Width X Depth X Height)
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This great value for 20L (24 hrs) and a 5.5l storage tank.
Great find.
Been though about 5 consumer dehumidifiers and switched to an industrial one from screwfix. It's not as easy on the eye but it's never had one hiccup in over 4 odd years of near constant use.
430W?!
Edited by: "jakbli" 19th Oct 2018
I have issue with damp in a bedroom Would heat converter fan be better daily use?
PM1327 m ago

I have issue with damp in a bedroom Would heat converter fan be better …I have issue with damp in a bedroom Would heat converter fan be better daily use?


Heat won't reduce moisture in air . It will be waste of energy to try it heat up the room with high-level of moisture. Invest in dehumidifier
jakbli19/10/2018 07:33

430W?!


I know it seems a lot, but guess if it gets the moisture out the air quicker it won't be running so long.

I have a Echoair which takes out 18litres and that's around 250watts (forget the exact wattage).

I went for that as it got good reviews saying it was cheap to run and thought I'd save the money in the long run (cost about £125).
Cheers OP
I followed your amazon link and got the msg "You could pay £94.99. Eligible customers get £5 extra when topping up £40." while logged into my account. So I managed to get it a little cheaper again.
The company are selling the same product on eBay . Use your eBay codes to get it even cheaper. 10% off everything on eBay today I believe .
Dragon3219/10/2018 08:54

I know it seems a lot, but guess if it gets the moisture out the air …I know it seems a lot, but guess if it gets the moisture out the air quicker it won't be running so long.I have a Echoair which takes out 18litres and that's around 250watts (forget the exact wattage).I went for that as it got good reviews saying it was cheap to run and thought I'd save the money in the long run (cost about £125).


Which model did you go for?
PM134 h, 42 m ago

I have issue with damp in a bedroom Would heat converter fan be better …I have issue with damp in a bedroom Would heat converter fan be better daily use?


From October to April/May close all windows - during these months air is very damp and will cause dampness on walls.

Trouble with a heater it will cause added condensation. Dehumidifiers filters the air for water particles and it the best tool to tackle damp walls e.t.c.
Godsenseuk37 m ago

Which model did you go for?


I went for the DC18.

I got it from a place near Brent Cross for £125'ish.

Gone up a bit now though appliancesdirect.co.uk/sea…c18

Im really pleased with it.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 19th Oct 2018
PM135 h, 38 m ago

I have issue with damp in a bedroom Would heat converter fan be better …I have issue with damp in a bedroom Would heat converter fan be better daily use?


Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) ventilation systems maintain stable humidity levels, exchanging stale air for fresh air, recovering heat in the process.

Like humidistat fan but without loosing the heat. It’s for rental property
Bought it in Ebay for £89.99
pentaya19/10/2018 19:57

Bought it in Ebay for £89.99



Can you share the link please?
hi_j878 h, 10 m ago

Can you share the link please?

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You have to find the code and enter at the checkout
Anyone has tried any of these? Any good? What's better this on or debenhamsplus.com/p/1…_Bw

Thank you
IvnDelSur22 h, 51 m ago

Anyone has tried any of these? Any good? What's better this on or …Anyone has tried any of these? Any good? What's better this on or https://www.debenhamsplus.com/p/1124964/delonghi-14l-dex14-dehumidifier-with-humidistat-great-for-up-to-3-bed-homes?refsource=DEadwords&refsource=Debsadwords&mkwid=sWkxo4aNF_dm&pcrid=301727695116&product=DEX14&pgrid=60223287836&ptaid=pla-535904967781&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIquj96LSY3gIVaLXtCh1SVwEnEAQYAiABEgLO0fD_BwThank you


Never tried. But above has a airpurifier too.
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Got them now! Great thanks! Also posted 2 dehumidifier deals from Domu - 12L & 20L - Decent price with the code!
How noisy are these to run? I'm looking for something for our bedroom and wondering if it could run while we're sleeping.
They have a quiet mode on them but if you asked me personalty I'd say you've no chance of getting asleep even with ear plugs in.
My lad complained how loud it was even with his room door shut & TV on, the dehumidifier was on the landing near his room.
Edited by: "accosuk" 29th Oct 2018
*invade*29/10/2018 20:31

How noisy are these to run? I'm looking for something for our bedroom and …How noisy are these to run? I'm looking for something for our bedroom and wondering if it could run while we're sleeping.


I think you will struggle to sleep with it on. Ideal to run it for a few hours before you goto sleep.

Had mine since this morning and was surprised the amount of moisture it has pulled in a few hours!
af8429/10/2018 23:09

I think you will struggle to sleep with it on. Ideal to run it for a few …I think you will struggle to sleep with it on. Ideal to run it for a few hours before you goto sleep.Had mine since this morning and was surprised the amount of moisture it has pulled in a few hours!


Mine arrived today and I had it for 6 hours in my bedroom which is very damp and it hasn't taken any water. I had it on auto mode and drying mode... What mode do you have it on?
IvnDelSur3 m ago

Mine arrived today and I had it for 6 hours in my bedroom which is very …Mine arrived today and I had it for 6 hours in my bedroom which is very damp and it hasn't taken any water. I had it on auto mode and drying mode... What mode do you have it on?


Sounds like it has an issue if it didn't collect any water at all in 6 hours.

I have mine on Auto, which I think it regulates the humidity to 50% (or might be 55%, can't remember) then kills the compressor.

I would say it pulled about a cup of water in 6 hours in auto mode.
Anyone registered the product for the 2 year warranty? I cannot find the product code anywhere
Guys mines it's taking lots of water now but I'm worry about the electricity bill. Is it going to ruin me?
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