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  • Finether 1.1 Litre per Day Digital Air Dehumidifier

    The dehumidifier works as advertised, tested in shower room for past 1 week. It catches water for sure but has to go through the winter to see how effective this is. We know this will not get rid of all the problems, but at least we are expecting to keep some areas damp / moisture free.

    Last year October we relocated to outskirts of London for various reasons. October went fine without much of a problem, but when the temperature started dropping down, we noticed the massive increase in heating bills. Due to this we shutdown the heating in downstairs in night that caused massive condensation and damp problems. We have a Grand Piano in living room and goes out of tune a lot during winter and tune suggested to keep the environment moisture free.
    Small but Efficient
    In the pack a very neat looking shiny white dehumidifier, attached power cable and manual. The dehumidifier is very contemporary looking and clean. It takes up to 2.4 litres of water in the container. Not exactly measured, but definitely absorbs moisture and collects water. Power consumption, 64 watts is almost accurate according to our British Gas Smart energy meter. The unit shut down automatically when the water tank is full. After few days of use in shower room with all family members taking showers / bath, the tank fills up around half a litre of water or so.

    Overall works as advertised, but I’ll have to update the review once we enter into Winter, otherwise very clean looking and neat dehumidifier. The unit is fairly compact and it can go anywhere, but ideally you need to place somewhere you get proper air flow. Please do check out pictures to see how it looks and what exactly you get. Forgot to add, the dehumidifier is capable of extracting 1.1 litre of water each day.

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