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This review is from: Ruby Dry Dehumidifier DH600 (Kitchen & Home)
I've tried a couple of different types of dehumidifiers in the past and have been disappointed with them.
I tried one which didn't use a compressor, but it was a waste of money as it only picked up about a litre a month. The other type I tried had a compressor, and although it did initially work quite well, it was really noisy and kept icing up even after being repaired.
The DH600 is far superior; it's quiet, has plenty of settings and works well. It does get warm on the highest setting, so I've had to turn it down on hot days. I've only had it a few weeks now but it gathers about 4 litres a day in my 3 bedroom house which is the best out of all the dehumidifiers I've tried. I only wish I had bought a silica gel disc based dehumidifier the first time around.
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Initial post: 1 Feb 2010 11:13:21 GMT
how well does it work with the doors shut in the house? Is there sufficient air flow under the doors for the dehumidifer to work on all the rooms still? My issue is that we need to keep the bedroom doors closed at night so our children do not get woken up.
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