Midea DE Portable 10L Dehumidifier for home, Low Noise, Clothes Drying ioniser Dehumidifier HEPA Filter, Ideal for Homes, Offices, Bedrooms, Perfect for Damp, Mould & Condensation (10 Litres)
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This dehumidifier is designed for managing fairly low moisture levels in small rooms up to 15m² or 2200 cubic feet, so it isn't going to cope with major damp issues or be able to control humidity within an entire house like larger capacity dehumidifiers. It’s very quiet – you’ll barely notice it’s on, especially if you have it in a family area where there’s other noise going on. We tested each dehumidifier for at least three days and kept an eye on energy costs, how noisy it was and how well it performed.
Measured against the MeacoDry Arete One dehumidifier's powerful extraction rates of 10, 12, 20, or 25 litres of water from the air each day, the Russell Hobbs RHDH1061G can only extract 0. Perhaps the best-looking dehumidifier on our list, the Midea Cube is only a foot tall when collapsed for storage but extends upwards in use to hold 11 litres of water. Our selection features a wide range of products that are best suited to a variety of different room sizes, ensuring you’ll always be able to find the right dehumidifier for you. The sleek and modern unit with navy blue exterior stands out from the crowd in all the right ways, and whilst it doesn't have built-in wheels like most dehumidifiers of this size, the integrated carry handle and mid-weight build make it relatively easy to transport from room to room.In our tests, it also performed brilliantly in normal conditions, making quick work of drying wet washing. An extraction rate of around five to ten litres per day is fine if you’re dehumidifying a small to medium-sized room in an average UK home, but if you want to dry out larger rooms where you spend more time, you might want to go up to ten litres and beyond.
So, if you suffer from allergies or conditions such as asthma, this is the perfect solution, as the air will feel a lot fresher. When I tested the laundry function on the Russell Hobbs 20L dehumidifier to dry t-shirts in a small bedroom, it definitely sped up the drying time' said our reviewer.We should also point out this dehumidifier is loud, and you can’t reduce the noise by switching to a lower fan speed. and as it can take up to 10l of excess moisture out of the air daily, you shouldn’t have to constantly empty the tank unless your space is suffering from high humidity. Available in a range of extraction rates from 10L to 20L per day, you’re sure to enjoy crisper air in no time.
The Pro Breeze is great if you’ve got a smaller space and you want something that doesn’t cost a lot to run,” says Kandola. Your clothes should dry quicker, too, making this a more eco-conscious alternative to slinging them into a tumble dryer. If you’re on a budget and have a small space that doesn’t have too much of a problem with condensation, it’s worth taking a look at the Russel Hobbs fresh air mini compact dehumidifier. Just like the larger model, the 10L has a laundry mode to dry your washing, and can double as an air purifier with the bundled HEPA filter inserted – although we found it a little less effective in our air-purifying tests than most dedicated models. You'll find more information on each dehumidifier and why our testers recommend it if you keep on scrolling.
We test dehumidifiers between October and March in real-world conditions in a damp-prone, three-bed detached home. It uses a HEPA ( High Efficiency Particulate Air) filter which will remove 99 percent of dust mites, pollen or other allergens, making a cleaner and healthier atmosphere in your home. The water tank is situated at the front of the unit and there’s a small window, so you can keep an eye on the water level, but when it’s full the LED light will light up to indicate it needs emptying. Push that further to 15, 18 or 20 litres and you can dehumidify large rooms or even a flat, terraced house or a floor of a detached house or semi. The water then drips off into a water tank below, while the air is reheated and released into the room.
It’s a super small and compact offering that will sit neatly on any shelf or even the edge of your desk.Carpets can trap this moisture, making it an ideal breeding ground for mould which can leave you open to respiratory infections, while those with allergies can be more susceptible to asthma attacks in damp homes. Low Noise Design - minimise noise and maximise comfort by optimising the refrigeration and air duct systems. This dehumidifier does an excellent job of tackling excess moisture, it also fights damp and mould while acting as an air purifier. Tiny, affordable, and with low running costs of just 1p per hour, we think this is one of the best budget dehumidifiers for small spaces. Another option is to just use the top half and run its hose into a sink or drain so that you never have to empty it at all.