Dont know why this is so cold; I have bought one off the back of this post... cheapest out there. Confused.com Heat to the poster, thanks!!
Apparently it was misplaced when a friend who'd borrowed it moved house.
I have to ask........how do you lose a radiator?
You're right in so much as you can buy a 2kw oil filled radiator for less but you can't buy this make/model for less. By your logic we should all be voting cold for any iPad deal because a £40 android tablets does a similar job. Either way thanks for the reply's, hope it helps someone out :)
Voting Cold cos similar (not the Dragon range whatever that may be?) can be had for about £30!
I bought one and it took out about 4 litres every 24 hours. Now after 2/3 weeks the humidity is down to the level where it is no longer on all the time. No idea on the electricity consumption but I've never been bothered about that with anything else anyway The clothes are also drying faster now and the house heats up quicker
Back up to £150 plus delivery now :(
so did anyone buy this and can comment to its effectiveness / power consumption. I am debating between this and a similarly priced 20l/day compressor style dehumidifier.
Same product cheaper. Good spot
This is £135 here, any difference? http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/Meaco_8L_Desiccant_Dehumidifier_Electronic_control_DD8L/version.asp?refsource=APfroogle
Posted 29th Jan 2012Posted 29th Jan 2012
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Thanks for that. Reading up on Dessicant vs compressor it appears Dessicant are much better than compressor types....
Try a google for dd122fw and have a look at some reviews, comfortably within your budget by shopping around. cheers, Pete.
Thanks for the feedback guys really appreciate it. It appears these things require a long term warranty then. Still stumped as to what to do, the ebacs are more expensive.... Just wanted to spend max £150...The ebacs need filters changed too..
Just testing their 5 year warranty, bought one 4 years ago direct, packed up on me last week, Ebac said a courier would collect Thursday, they never arrived, now say they will collect Monday. Can't see them repairing and getting back to me before Xmas now. For my business I just bought a Mitsubishi from this company(now sold out) http://www.aircondirect.co.uk/Mitsubishi_Electric_MJ_Series_Dehumidifier_16L_MITSUBISHIV/version.asp More expensive than Ebac but so far very impressed, it has to work down to almost freezing temps, Ebac don't do that well, Mitsubishi are made for lower temps.
I have 3 Dem 10's 1 is 6 years and going strong 1 failed on the pcb after 3 years, There ok noise wise just turn them off at night, My 1st unit from 1997 combi heater unit has just started to fail. Dem 10 used for drying clothes, Compressor type better, All units work the same as taking a can from the fridge and see it get wet, As above Ebac is the company that has fronted Dehums for years