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Dehumidifiers are becoming increasingly popular as the UK's summer grow hotter and balmier. Top dehumidifiers from the likes of meaco and ebac can help to keep your house more liveable, with dehumidifiers for your car now also being available. The best deals and offers on dehumidifiers can be found right here on hotukdeals. Read more
Auzkin 1L Portable Dehumidifier £42.98 @ Sold by AUZKIN-EU and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Dehumidifier 1000ml Portable Mini Electric Dehumidifier Ultra Quiet Air Cleaner for Home, Kitchen, Garage, Wardrobe, Basement Just testing out some humidity sensors and noticed i… Read more
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2 points here. One good and one bad. Firstly, my partner has one and says he feels it has made a difference in his study and you do see it collecting alot of water (more when it rains which solidifies for me its working) However, be wary of the price and reviews. This is a Chinese review items, what this means is the item is given out for free to people if they leave a good review, this is how my partner got his. These review items usually end up being more expensive because they can get away with it because they have high scores in their reviews


Oh okay, well I guess I best reduce my breathing (lol) if I’m honest, taking out half a litre of water a day is not a bad thing considering I’ve never had anything. I’ll see how it performs. I don’t need one for the whole house and I live alone so this should tick the box but I can see it wouldn’t be the best product for some use cases


Thank you (y)


Which say: Refrigerant and desiccant dehumidifiers - what’s the difference? There are two main types of domestic dehumidifier – refrigerant and desiccant. As we explain below, they use different technology. Each type has its advantages. Refrigerant (or compressor) dehumidifiers These work by creating a cold surface. When warm, damp air comes into contact with the cold surface, condensation forms and drips into the water tank. Refrigerant dehumidifiers are the most common type in the UK. They're generally only effective in a heated room in the house because, if the temperature drops too low, the coils inside them can freeze over. However, we've found some that work well in lower temperatures, too. Desiccant dehumidifiers Desiccant dehumidifiers use an absorbent material to extract water from the air, in a similar way to a sponge. The desiccant is regenerated by an internal heater, and the moisture drips into the water condenser. Desiccant dehumidifiers will often work more effectively than refrigerant dehumidifiers in colder temperatures of 15°C or less. That's because refrigerant dehumidifiers work best at higher temperatures and higher humidities. The inside of a refrigerant dehumidifier needs to be colder than the air within the room – and the colder the room, the harder the dehumidifier has to work to create that cold surface. So, if you're looking for a dehumidifier for an unheated garage, conservatory or other out-building, you should generally opt for a desiccant. Read more: - Which? I put the word Refrigerant in italics as the way they wrote this piece is likely to confuse things when you expect the Desiccant dehumidifiers section to be only banging on about the properties of Desiccant dehumidifiers! ########### This bit added 3 days later to point out that this particular dehumidifier uses the Thermo-Electric Peltier effect. so is neither a dessicant nor a condenser model, if by "condenser" you mean a compressor driven refridgerated coil. It refrigerates the cooling fins by the effect of an electric current on a thermocouple. If you want to know more than you ever will want to in your entire lifetime, then have a butcher's hook at this: Peltier effect When an electric current is passed through a circuit of a thermocouple, heat is evolved at one junction and absorbed at the other junction. This is known as the Peltier Effect. The Peltier effect is the presence of heating or cooling at an electrified junction of two different conductors and is named after French physicist Jean Charles Athanase Peltier, who discovered it in 1834...


I'm after humidifier too, can anyone recommend something? Thank you, in advance!

LOGIK LAC05C19 Portable Air Conditioner 10 m³ Dehumidifier Wheels £169.99 Currys on eBay
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Couldn’t find this cheaper anywhere with the £30 discount code applied

Not sure why the hate for portable air conditioners, I got a 9000 BTU one a few summers ago and for me it's just as important as the boiler is in winter. Even if they're not the most efficient pieces of kit in the world, they do cool down the room considerably, mine goes down to 16 degrees C and I would not be able to sleep without it some nights.


Think I am inclined to agree. Will go for something simpler like a decent ice cooled fan and make do


How much does proper air conditioning take to install in the UK? My wife is currently bed bound and feeling the heat. I see companies here in N Ireland but assume they work with businesses.


wasting money even with a vent kit. no portable air con is good enough for what you are asking


I’d suggest avoiding for 2 reasons .... you will be lucky if this will cool the box room in a standard 3 bed semi, and @ 63db (loud talking) you’ve no chance of getting any sleep. By comparison a wall mounted correctly installed Sgl split a/c unit installed would be about 40db. (the background noise in a quiet library) That’s not a third less dB because the dB scale is logarithmic that’s about half the noise level. I do appreciate that a wall mounted a/c unit isn’t £170.00 though, so you get what you pay for.

UniBond AERO 360° Moisture Absorber Neutral Refill, 4 x 450g Refills  £9.99 prime / £14.48 non prime at Amazon
Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
UniBond AERO 360° Moisture Absorber Neutral Refill, 4 x 450g Refills  £9.99 prime / £14.48 non prime at Amazon
Free delivery with prime Moisture & Odour control – The AERO 360° moisture absorber and the UniBond AERO 360 refill tabs offer a simple solution to effectively absorb excess m… Read more

Your welcome, if i help at least one person, thats all that matters 😁 ;) stay safe x


Back on this afternoon and now dispatched. Thanks tradgood..


Yes I have an electric one from b&m I have damp kitchen.I also use 2 normal ones 75p each last 3 or 4 months I run the electric in economy 7 time.No more damp windows for me! Yes normal price those aeros are silly money. :| :| :|


Starting to look that way now. It last about 6 to 7 weeks before i need to replace one. At £10 for 4 did think that was really good. Hence why i put this add up, but this was the only one place i found them this cheap. When this seller stops doing them for this price, i dont justify 5 to 6 pound each for them.


To me you may as get a electric dehumidifier for £30 if you have an on going damp problem.Getting these multiple times it soon adds up.

Pingi Reusable Car Dehumidifier - £3.50 @ Wilko (+£2 Click & Collect)
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Pingi Reusable Car Dehumidifier - £3.50 @ Wilko (+£2 Click & Collect)
£5.50£1045%Wilko Deals
The innovative PINGI Car Dehumidifier battles humidity problems in your car valiantly, attracting and absorbing excess moisture like a magnet. Over time, a car interior accumulates… Read more

I have 2 of these in my car work fine, just recharge every few days by placing on a radiator and don't push it all they way into the windscreen


I use four of these on my dashboard and that is the minimum you seem to need to get any noticeable effect. When the blue spot changes to pink you must dry them out in a microwave oven. To be honest, in my opinion at this price they are still over priced. I bought my ones when they were on clearance in Tesco for £2 each. I am only 50/50 that they are worth that much. I would not recommend them, sorry


Agree. No idea when it needs recharging


Love these pillows 😜


Super cheap disposables available in places like Poundland and Home Bargains. If you have a big/persistent condensation problem in your car then you probably have a leak somewhere which needs fixing first: blocked sunroof drain tubes are a favourite and blocked drain holes in the bottoms of doors too (especially if the door to window sealing rubbers aren't tight). Check carpets to see if you have a damp area indicating a localised leak (different models tend to have favourite areas for leaks). Door and window seal rubbers harden after a few years and become less effective: they can be revived if not split. Do a search on Google for 'leaks/water ingress in (car model)'; locating the sources of leaks can be a major task since water finds the lowest point regardless of where it's getting in so other people's experiences can help pinpoint the location. A leak into the boot area can still cause condensation in the cabin: check for water at the lowest point (eg spare wheel well). On some models leaks around the wiper pivots and through the heater/aircon inlet can cause a problem. No point trying to cure damp symptoms in a car which is still leaking.

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UniBond 2562368 AERO 360º Moisture, Ultra Dehumidifier, 1 Device incl. 6 Refill tabs 450g, Neutral £16.99 (Prime) / £21.48 (nonPrime) Amazon
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UniBond 2562368 AERO 360º Moisture, Ultra Dehumidifier, 1 Device incl. 6 Refill tabs 450g, Neutral £16.99 (Prime) / £21.48 (nonPrime) Amazon
£16.99£22.4924%Amazon Deals
Deal offer @ Amazon Moisture and odour Control - The Aero 360° moisture absorber is a simple solution to effectively absorb excess moisture and neutralise bad smells in your hom… Read more

BB it swayed by the comments about a plug in machine. I use these tabs but still get condensation on my windows due to drying the washing on radiator (flat with no garden). Anyone recommend a good (but affordable for a poor man) plug in machine ?.


Agree with that. We have a very minor damp issue since having the heating and windows updated. The Aero works perfectly well for us but if damp is a bigger issue then I’d have invested in one of the ones that plugs in. Have to say though I’d usually have a cold by now (or at least someone would in my house) but this so far seems to have helped with that too. On a side note, can you take too much moisture out of a room (as you can also get humidifiers) or is that just nonsense?


Can't echo this enough. These things are useless if you have visible condensation on your windows, just invest in an electric dehumidifier instead - far better in the long run. Bought this with the refill pack and the first tablet's not even fully disolved in a bathroom that has no windows and a broken extractor. Spent £60 on a decent sized dehumidifier from ebuyer and it does my whole flat.


LOL One that plugs in and actively dehumidifies the room. Not these passive things which are very weak. If you’re finding these fill up very quickly you should really try a real dehumidifier like this one. 12 litres a day that one does. These aero 360s have a capacity of about 1 litre and can take 3 months to fill. That’s 2 hours per litre with a real dehumidifier and 3 months per litre with this. I’m not saying it doesn’t work for a purpose, but if people buy this and expect it to have an affect in a large room you will be disappointed. I speak from experience.


“A real dehumidifier” so the water in my unibond aero in the lounge is not a real dehumidifier? Maybe the water fairies come in at night and pour some in? Ridiculous statement as our works wonders for our home.

Blyss 10L Dehumidifier £76 at B&Q
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Blyss 10L Dehumidifier £76 at B&Q
Just picked up this bargain £110priced on shelf not even updated. Couldn’t believe it. £76.... £34 reduction
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Which store was this, just been to my local in Derby and its still £110 unfortunately. Thanks


I've just checked it's back up to £109.99 now it was on offer, but still worth it in my opinion


In principle. In practice, how well they do that same thing depends on the context in which they are used (see above).


Have you got a link to the one you got please?


But they do the same thing, right?

Blyss dehumidifier 28L - £70 at B&Q Nottinghamshire
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Blyss dehumidifier 28L - £70 at B&Q Nottinghamshire
I can’t believe my luck🍀 Dehumidifier broke this morning popped into B&Q after work and found this little beauty Was £210 Now only £70 Thought it was a mistake but wen… Read more

You can not beat a meaco dimplex and Honeywell dehumifier no idea what this is good luck if u do get your hands on one


Interesting. I might pop in to my local one. Thank you. Oh and does anyone know how it compare to meaco? I've got 20l one and its brilliant. Will i get similar quality with this one?


Online isn't accurate, it said no stock in Nottingham but there was 7 earlier.


I just checked online ALL shops in UK. No stock


Yes, same model number, same price as you need to add VAT. States that there is low stock at Sydenham if anyone fancies one and wants to check.

Dimplex Forte 20L Dehumidifier £119.89 @ Costco
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Dimplex Forte 20L Dehumidifier £119.89 @ Costco
£119.89£17933%Costco Deals
Good price for a quality brand, not the best (Meaco) but definitely a deal. If you haven't got Costco, chances are you know someone who does. Robert Dyas £179.00 and Screwfix have… Read more

Oh yes you're right, should have known as the original poster haha.


This is an online ‘hot buy’ and was not available in stores. I queried it in store last week and they showed me the leaflet which showed it was online only.


OOS now


The sound doesn't seem intrusive though, sortof like a loud air con unit. I've left it in the hallway, apparently it's powerful enough for a 5 bed house (I wish I had one of those). 40db is probably accurate but the library comparison is inaccurate unless that library is in a zoo. Update- It seems the water collection tray adds to any noise, make sure this is securely in its place.


Just got mine, is indeed far louder than advertised, Could only recommend if you have a non-used space for it or run when not around.

Meaco ABC range dehumidifier 20ltr compressor low energy £179.99 instore @ Costco
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Meaco ABC range dehumidifier 20ltr compressor low energy £179.99 instore @ Costco
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Spotted instore at Costco, as I needed to replace my ecoair dessicant dd122 mk5 (keeps turning itself off when I turn it on and just out of warranty when it started playing up and … Read more
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It is very good and efficient. I have similar dimplex dehumidifier and it works perfectly, no issues for 3 yrs. I am actually thinking about getting another one when the price goes down even lower than it is atm

ashehzad Is this any good? Nearly half price


That's poor from Costco, they should price match themselves. It is a great dehumidifier as its pulling so much water compared to the ecoair I had. Plus its soooooo quiet.


Tried my best but they aren’t happy to do price match. (annoyed) Cheaper in 2 stores Aberdeen and Liverpool


Went to costco Haydock today and they were £179 PLUS vat 😥

Meaco HEPA Filter for 20 Litre Low Energy Dehumidifier - £14.98 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Appliances Direct - UK.
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Meaco HEPA Filter for 20 Litre Low Energy Dehumidifier - £14.98 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Appliances Direct - UK.
Not seen these selling for £14.98 before. 3rd party seller on Amazon

Thanks for the update. Definitely a case of false advertising


I ordered this as well and only receive 2 filters instead of 6. I have also started a return/refund stating inaccurate description as pictures show 3 filters with a box stating box of 3 and the description in one place says contains 1 but also lists it as a box of 3 filters.


Item arrived and there was only 1 filter, have reported to Amazon and refund has been issued. I will delete this deal going forward.


Any thing for 12l


If your unit doesn't have some kind of washable prefilter, then perhaps stick on or try and get some of this stuff before the HEPA filter: It'll catch all the larger stuff and extend the HEPA filter life.

Electric Dehumidifier - £40 instore @ Aldi Ruislip
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Electric Dehumidifier - £40 instore @ Aldi Ruislip
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They had 2 of these left in Aldi South Ruislip!
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Do you have this model? My old dehumidifier kept humidity around 50% but it was only 10l so I’m hoping this one will get it down lower. We have a 2 bed flat.


No details but for one bedroom flat you need at least 10l/per day and for bigger one or house 20l/per day is recommended. I have 2 bedroom flat and run it 7 hours at night (Economy 7) and it brings down humidity from 65 to around 50-55 in that time. And keeps below 70-65 when how a lot of wet clothes.


By no means was I recommending them. I was just pointing out that they writing "electric dehumidifier" isn't stupid.


Yes, I've tried a few of them, but no spectacular results sadly. I'm going to install a PIV soon and hope it works it's magic XD



Meaco 20L Low Energy Dehumidifier - £220 @ Homebase
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Meaco 20L Low Energy Dehumidifier - £220 @ Homebase
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The Meaco 20L Low Energy Dehumidifier is a compressor dehumidifier suitable for dealing with damp and condensation issues in larger properties ranging from 3 to 5 bedroom houses. … Read more
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A desiccant dehumidifier uses more energy to remove the same amount of moisture from the air. Other factors are preference but the efficiency of refrigerant systems is indisputable. The reason for this is that a refrigerant system blows air over a grill and sucks out the heat, causing moisture to condense. It then takes that heat and puts it into a second grill to heat up the cold, dry air. By running the heater and the cooler at the same time it allows most of the cooling energy to be recaptured. A desiccant system does not have any cooling ability, it works by baking the chemical desiccant at high temperatures to evaporate water, then blowing air over it to absorb the water. Because it can't do both at once, the heat is already lost to the environment before there is any chance to recapture. Dessicant systems can be quieter (not if you want them to work fast) and are much cheaper but I prefer the more efficient option. It is worth pointing out that any heat "wasted" by the dehumidifier goes to warming up the room (like any electrical appliance) so it may be acceptable to you to have the dehumidifier using electricity to dry and warm the room faster.


EcoAir DD122 Simple Desiccant Dehumidifier, 7 L - Blue


Not at the moment, but used them before. Just about to buy some as it makes a difference.


£270 now


I had this and the Ecoair 26l on my to buy list after buying a cheaper Von Haus one that went back... I chose the Ecoair and works brilliantly for drying the washing etc.... not had the dryer on since we got it and tends to dry a couple of loads of washing overnight...

Ariston Deos 11ltr Portable Dehumidifier £99.99 at Screwfix
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Ariston Deos 11ltr Portable Dehumidifier £99.99 at Screwfix
£99.99£139.9929%Screwfix Deals
Easy to use dehumidifier with quiet operation and built-in wheels for easy manoeuvrability. Removes 11Ltr/Day Fixed Speed On/Off Switch Continuous Drainage Facility 1.5Ltr T… Read more
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I was recommended the EcoAir dessicant type (DD3 in particular) by someone who has been through a lot of dehumidifiers. It's about £180 though (although if you buy through ebay today using the code referenced elsewhere you can save 10% on that). It removes up to 10 litres a day (so a much more powerful machine) and is said to be generally reliable.


Has anyone actually been able to purchase one?


Good luck getting hold of one... Not available for delivery or at any Screwfix store I can see.


Yup Indesit, hotpoint, ariston... All linked


I don't know the history but I believe this company might be the same as Hotpoint.... Do you research

Dimplex Forte 16L Dehumidifier FTE16, 24m² for £99.99 delivered @ Costco
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Dimplex Forte 16L Dehumidifier FTE16, 24m² for £99.99 delivered @ Costco
£99.99£153.3235%Costco Deals
Good Black Friday offer. Spend 1p more on anything else from Costco online and you can use code BLACKFRIDAY10 for free £10 discount The Forte dehumidifier is designed to remo… Read more
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I got this the other day and it's brilliant, highly recommend it.


129.99 now.


Gone up to 129.99?


Yes, although dessicant ones do less drying and more heating because they can't recapture energy from condensation in the same way.


I suppose that applies to Desiccant Dehumidifiers as well?

Pro Breeze 12L/Day Dehumidifier £97.49 Sold by One Retail Group and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Pro Breeze 12L/Day Dehumidifier £97.49 Sold by One Retail Group and Fulfilled by Amazon
Amazon Black Friday deal. Reduced from 149.99 Pro Breeze 12L/Day Dehumidifier with Digital Humidity Display, Sleep Mode, Continuous Drainage, Laundry Drying and 2… Read more



Price is £149.99

Manufacturer Refurbished De'Longhi DEX14 Tasciugo Aria Dry Multi Dehumidifier - White - £124.99 @ eBay / delonghiuk
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Manufacturer Refurbished De'Longhi DEX14 Tasciugo Aria Dry Multi Dehumidifier - White - £124.99 @ eBay / delonghiuk
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Product Identifiers GTIN8004399481053BRANDDe'LonghiMPNDEX14eBay Product ID (ePID)1956013653 Product Key Features Modelnew-delonghi-dex14FeaturesWater Level IndicatorColourWhiteM… Read more
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I haven’t bought any yet (embarrassed) cannot decide (fierce)


I’d like t know too- did you and your buying one?


What you ppl think of those Klarstein ones please? Some on 60% off currently (confused)


I have. Wouldn't be without it. Move it around the house occasionally for best results.


Better deal?

Inventor EVA II PRO ION 20 Litres/day Dehumidifier, 3-1 Air-Ioniser & Laundry-Dryer Dehumidifier £104.67 Sold by Inventor Appliances and FBA
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Inventor EVA II PRO ION 20 Litres/day Dehumidifier, 3-1 Air-Ioniser & Laundry-Dryer Dehumidifier £104.67 Sold by Inventor Appliances and FBA
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Reduced in price by £55 today - from £159. Excellent quality item - second best in Which in the Refrigerant section (top one was £250). Full spec: 20L/day moisture removal, mo… Read more

Think it’s gone up. Phone Amazon tell them about the inconvenience and chasing. They’ll honour the original deal and recompense for the inconvenience. I just don’t understand where all the reviews have gone.


i requested a full refund from amazon and ordered that Pro Breeze one that was reduced on Black Friday


Lucky :(


Mines just been delivered


It's official, the package was lost/stolen by Hermes. Issued a refund. What a waste of time.

De'Longhi DEX14 Tasciugo Aria Dry Multi Dehumidifier - White. Refurbished Stock £99.99 at delonghiuk eBay
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De'Longhi DEX14 Tasciugo Aria Dry Multi Dehumidifier - White. Refurbished Stock £99.99 at delonghiuk eBay
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De'Longhi 14L dehumidifier refurbished by manufacturer with 1 year warranty, free delivery & £25 off with voucher bringing this to £100

Mine has stopped working after 3 years, it's making a huge noise and not collecting water. Although mines a different model and had 2 year warranty


Items.....why can’t I edit on this stupid app on an iPad pro


1 year warranty, pathetic. Clearly rubbish as they have no faith in their product. Electrical should have at least 2 years.

Vida 20L Portable Dehumidifier £83.99 Delivered with code @ EBuyer via Ebay
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Vida 20L Portable Dehumidifier £83.99 Delivered with code @ EBuyer via Ebay
£83.99£104.9920%eBay Deals
Good price here for a quality Dehumidifier - use the code PRIZE20 to get it delivered for the price mentioned. Vida 20L Portable Dehumidifier The Vida 20L Dehumidifier is an i… Read more

Turned out i have my country changed to US from some deal in the past lol. managed to get it and its really good. Glad i didn't go for an expensive £180 brand.


Does anyone know if this one is any good please?


Yeah that should work it a bit more. Probably wouldn’t lower it to less than 40 otherwise you might prune a little


thanks, ive come home and dropped it to 45 and its on a bit more, lets see how we get on with that.


You know 25 is probably way too dry? You’re more likely to suffer irritation of your respiratory system, have dry skin, eyes etc

ALDI Easy Home Dehumidifier £59.99 instore Shirley, Solihull
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ALDI Easy Home Dehumidifier £59.99 instore Shirley, Solihull
£59.99Aldi Deals
Just popped into the newly re-opened ALDI store in Shirley and they had these dehumidifiers on offer for £59.99 as part of a special opening offer promotion. There are still a few … Read more
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Shirley not!


Funny enough we where looking for a dehumdifier and spotted this in our local last night marked up £99 and I had a bit more of a look. Went back today to buy scanned at 69.99 so although not this store opening price still a good price. It was the last one in this store but if you see one else where it may be worth snapping up.


Bargain if you can find one. If you are using this in a room where you sleep be aware they light up like a Christmas tree.


To contrast the comments above, I picked one up in 2016 for £100 and its been faultless, so a definite bargain at £60. My understanding was also that this like mine has a three year warranty, unless Aldi have changed their policy. Only point I would note is that 18 degrees is around the threshold, below which it will kick into defrost mode. so if your house is colder by a desiccant type one.


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