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InkleWinkle Sat 15-Nov-14 12:35:58

Can anyone recommend a decent dehumidifier which has a 'clothes dry' setting?


tacal Sun 16-Nov-14 19:36:46

my mum bought me an ecoair dehumidifier. It is a lot better than my old one. It is quiet and works really well. It has a clothes drying setting.

LineRunner Sun 16-Nov-14 19:37:27

How much do they cost to run, out if interest?

tacal Sun 16-Nov-14 19:42:34

I don't know about the cost. My mum did all the research for me and bought the one she thought would be best for me as I couldn't afford a good one at the time.

My electricity bills are quite high but I do use my tumble drier a lot as well as the dehumidifier and also heater airer.

youbethemummylion Sun 16-Nov-14 19:46:19

I have an ecoair dehumidifier as well its great, my clothes dry in a day now rather than the week that they used to take before, we have no condensation on the windows when we wake up and the house feels warmer. I haven't had an electric bill since getting it though so couldn't tell you the running costs.

CMOTDibbler Sun 16-Nov-14 19:47:41

I have a Mitsubishi, and though it was pricey, it's been going 8 years now and is really effective

CrazyOldBagLady Sun 16-Nov-14 19:55:39

We are looking at Ebac dehumidifiers at the moment, they seem to have a good reputation and very good reviews online.

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