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  • EBAC DD695WH 2650e Dehumidifier

    If you want a dehumidifier that is easy to operate and powerful, consider the Ebac DD695WH... more
    £189.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Meaco DD8L Zambezi Dehumidifier

    Awarded a Which? Best Buy in 2016, Meaco's DD8L Zambezi dehumidifier has clearly been desi... more
    £249.99 Free Delivery
  • Challenge - 12L - Dehumidifier

    Powerful dehumidifier with elegant and slim design. Auto restart function, Auto defrosting... more
    £159.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Ivation IVADM35UK Mid Size Dehumidifier

    This isnt a watered-down version of a bigger dehumidifier - its a highly effective mid-siz... more
    £69.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Ivation IVADM45UK Dehumidifier with Auto Humidistat

    Suited for spaces up to 2,200 cubic feet, our mid-size dehumidifier is the perfect tool to... more
    £74.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Dimplex Ten Litre DXDH10N Dehumidifier in White

    Dimplex Ten Litre DXDH10N Dehumidifier in White
    £129 Free Delivery
  • Vonhaus 12L Dehumidifier For Homes Low Noise

    Low Noise Dehumidifier With 2L Tank Extracts Up To 12 Litres Of Moisture Per Day At 30C, 8... more
    £94.99 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Ebac 3650e 18 Litre Dehumidifier

    The 3650e is ideal for protecting homes with up to 4 bedrooms from condensation. It is sim... more
    £219.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • De'Longhi 16L Dehumidifier

    Electronic anti-frost device (down to 2 C). - Double condensate elimination system to disc... more
    £284.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Babz 5 x Interior Dehumidifiers

    £4.97 Free Delivery
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  • De'Longhi DDS25 25L Dehumidifier.

    3 FAN SPEEDS + AUTO High capacity tank: 4.5 litres 24 hours electronic timer on and off Do... more
    £289.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • De'Longhi DEX14 14 Litre Dehumidifier

    Thanks to its internal technological upgrade, the new DEX series sets a new landmark in te... more
    £199.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Swan SH5010N 10L Dehumidifier

    Enjoy the comfort of pure, dehumidified air thanks to this funtional and portable 10 Litre... more
    £159.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • De'longhi 12 Litre Dehumidifier

    Thanks to its internal technological upgrade, the new DEX series sets a new landmark in te... more
    £179.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Meaco Platinum Dehumidifier

    The Meaco Low Energy Dehumidifier, part of new Platinum Range of Meaco dehumidifiers, is a... more
    £259.99 Free Delivery
  • Meaco 12L Platinum Dehumidifier

    The Meaco 12L Low Energy Dehumidifier is part of the Platinum Range of Meaco dehumidifiers... more
    £179.99 Free Delivery
  • Vax DCS3V1HP Power Extract 20L Dehumidifier

    Perfect for larger rooms or office spaces, Vax's modern DCS3V1HP Power Extract 20L Dehumid... more
    £199.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Vax DCS3V1HP 20L Dehumidifier

    Reduce moisture fast with the Vax 20 litre dehumidifier. It reduces and prevents damp, con... more
    £199.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Meaco 25L Low Energy Dehumidifier

    The Meaco 25L Low Energy Dehumidifier is able to dry your clothes quickly and effectively,... more
    £299.99 Free Delivery
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    Meaco DD8L

    5 star rating
    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 115m3/h, Max. Operating area: Up to 5 room(s), Operating temperatu... more
    £244.42 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Meaco 20L Platinum

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 160m3/h, Max. Operating area: 200m², Operating temperature range:... more
    £243.45 (+ £3.00 P&P)
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  • Ebac 3850E

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 450m3/h, Max. Operating area: 225m², Operating temperature range:... more
    £189 Free Delivery
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    Meaco DD8L Zambezi

    5 star rating
    Portable Dehumidifier, Air flow: 150m3/h, Max. Operating area: Up to 5 room(s), Operating ... more
    £244.42 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Ebac 2650E

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 360m3/h, Max. Operating area: 180m², Operating temperature range:... more
    £169 Free Delivery
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  • Meaco 12L Platinum

    Portable Dehumidifier, Air flow: 100m3/h, Max. Operating area: Up to 3 room(s), Silent (44... more
    £169.45 (+ £3.00 P&P)
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  • DeLonghi DEX 16F

    Portable Dehumidifier, Operating temperature range: 2 - 30°C, Silent (37 dB), Dust filter
    £174.86 Free Delivery
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  • Electrolux EXD20DN3W

    Portable Dehumidifier, Max. Operating area: 52m², Operating temperature range: 5 - 35°C,... more
    £192.89 (+ £3.00 P&P)
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    DeLonghi DEX 14

    4.5 star rating
    Portable Dehumidifier, Operating temperature range: 2 - 30°C, Silent (37 dB), Dust filter
    £159 Free Delivery
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  • EcoAir DC18

    Portable Dehumidifier, Max. Operating area: Up to 5 room(s), Operating temperature range: ... more
    £137.96 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Dimplex Forte DXDH20N

    Portable Dehumidifier, Max. Operating area: 24m², Operating temperature range: 5 - 35°C,... more
    £159 Free Delivery
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  • Ebac 3650E

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 360m3/h, Max. Operating area: 180m², Operating temperature range:... more
    £179 Free Delivery
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  • EcoAir DD122FW Simple

    Portable Dehumidifier, Max. Operating area: Up to 4 room(s), Operating temperature range: ... more
    £127.98 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Meaco 10L Small

    Portable Dehumidifier, Air flow: 88m3/h, Max. Operating area: Up to 3 room(s), Operating t... more
    £128.92 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • EcoAir DC12

    Portable Dehumidifier, Operating temperature range: 5 - 35°C, Silent (43 dB), Refrigerant... more
    £128.03 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Meaco 25L

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 280m3/h, Operating temperature range: 5 - 35°C, Refrigerant(s): R... more
    £284.43 (+ £3.00 P&P)
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  • EcoAir DD322FW Classic

    Portable Dehumidifier, Max. Operating area: Up to 6 room(s), Operating temperature range: ... more
    £219.98 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • DeLonghi DDS 30Combi

    Portable Dehumidifier, Air flow: 160m3/h, Max. Operating area: 42m², Operating temperatur... more
    £249.98 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Honeywell HD-E010E1

    Dehumidifier
    £149.98 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Dimplex DXAPV3N Air Purifier in White / Blue

    Dimplex DXAPV3N Air Purifier in White / Blue
    £49.99 Free Delivery
  • DIMPLEX DXDH16N

    Keep the Humidity of your room down with the Dimplex Forte DXDH16N Dehumidifier. With easy... more
    £125 Free Delivery

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Dehumidifiers buyer's guide

Having too much moisture or a high level of humidity in your home can be damaging for your health and your house.

Humidity is created in the home from every day activities such as having a shower, cooking or running dishwashers and washing machines. This in turn causes condensation and damp that can affect the infrastructure of your house - not to mention mould, peeling wallpaper and unpleasant odours.

Having humidity levels of more than 50% in the home can also aggravate allergies and asthma. A dehumidifier works to maintain humidity levels by drawing moisture from the air, keeping your house and health in check. The recommended levels are 35%-45% in summer and 25% in winter.

Here at Crowdstorm we love making sure you’re getting the best deal for your money. We’ve scoured the web to bring you the best offers and prices so you’re sure to find the best dehumidifier for your home and needs.

Types of dehumidifier

You'll find two main types of dehumidifier on the market:

  • Compressor: These models first freeze the air as it enters the unit to capture it, then defrost it to capture the water in the tank. The use of a compressor means they essential operator like a fridge, meaning not that as ecological as desiccant models. 
  • Desiccant: These use a honeycomb of zeolite (volcanic rock) to absorb the water as it passes through, then heat the zeolite to deposit the water in the tank. These have much improved in recent years and are becoming the dehumidifier of choice for many.
  • Car dehumidifier: If you have trouble with mould in your car, or have problems with condensation in winter, these handy bags can be the answer to your problems - and you can pick them up for less than £15.
  • Clothes drying: While it's tempting to pop your clothes on the radiator and turn the heating on, using a dehumidifier in the laundry room can get the job done just as well and at a fraction of the price - and in winter, your heaters are clear of damp clothes that trap all the heat.

What are the main considerations when buying a dehumidifier?

These are decisions every buyer needs to consider before starting to compare models.

Budget: Have a think about cost and your budget. Solid budget models start at around £50, while de-humidifiers costing more than £200 are now common. Cheaper models will have less features and can often be less effective. Many more expensive dehumidifiers will also have a larger water capacity, meaning they need to be emptied less often.

Capacity: Common sizes are 10l and 20l, with larger capacity models work faster and more efficiently than smaller ones. Depending on the size of unit they hold varying amounts extracted water, with better models being able to extract a lot more moisture each day. This can have a big effect on how often you'll have to empty your unit, so think carefully about how these numbers stack up: for example, a dehumidifier that can draw 20 litres of water per day but only has a four-litre capacity will need to be emptied five times a day if operating at full power.

Size: The more water a dehumidifier can hold the bigger it's going to be, so you'll need to weigh style/location versus portability/practicality. It's common to find models that are around two feet high, and sometimes as deep, so think carefully about the room they'll be going into. On the plus side, if it's a smaller room the chances are you'll able to use a smaller dehumidifier.

Noise: Dehumidifiers can be noisy, and that dull hum could get extremely irritating if the unit is in a room where you spend lots of time. Shop for a dehumidifier with a variety of levels/settings; this way you can put them on a lower level when using the space. Larger models also tend to be quieter, which is great if your dehumidifier is situated in a bedroom or living room.

Energy efficiency: Dehumidifiers are not the most energy efficient of machines, and the larger units can be extremely expensive to run. If energy efficiency is important to you be sure to check for energy efficient features and controls such as automatic switch off when the tank is full, intelligent defrost and smart controls. 

Dehumidifier extra features

With the basics taken care of, these are the bells and whistles it's worth investigating to make sure you get the best dehumidifier your money can buy:

  • Air purifier: Some models double as air purifiers, helping allergy sufferers and asthmatics as well as eliminating the likes of second hand smoke.
  • Carbon filter: These will also help filter out pet and cooking odours.
  • Display: Dehumidifiers with a display feature easy-to-use digital controls, while often offering extra benefits such as a timer.
  • Humidistat: Shows you the current level of humidity in the room. 
  • Ionizer: This is a form of air purification that helps trap airborne particles, such as dust.
  • Remote control: Or, as my mum used to call them, the 'button pusher'...
  • Timer: Lets you set the de-humidifier to keep the room dry in organised stages, by setting it to go off at various times of te day.
  • Washable filter: Can be washed and replaced, saving you money on having to constantly buy new disposable filters.

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