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Old 04-11-2014, 11:08
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We never seem to have any problem with condensation in our caravan so this is not something I will be buying as I don't need it, but as quite a few people have mentioned that condensation is a problem for them, you may be interested in todays deal from Amazon. Its a De'Longhi humidifier at 40% off usual price.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/deals/ref...71_pe_button//


This looks a good compact dehumidifier, the only thing that troubles me is that I can't see any mentionof an 'auto cut-off' feature. (unless I've missed it!)
If you use it for drying clothes it could overflow, or if you were to leave it on accidentally when you went home (as a member once did )
It may have this feature as standard, but I would certainly want to find out.
Good find RRRob
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YES IT DOES ANGELA. One of the other menu lights turns on when the water collection bucket is full and yes, the DEM10 does stop dehumidifying automatically when the bucket is full, so there isn’t a risk of overflows. The final light simply illuminates when the unit is switched on. The water collection bucket is totally clear and with it being on the front of the machine only requires a quick glance to view the current water level. The bucket has a 2-litre capacity, which is standard for this size and power of machine. There’s an auto-drain ability if there’s a sink nearby, with the valve for the pipe being on the back of the machine.
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YES IT DOES ANGELA. One of the other menu lights turns on when the water collection bucket is full and yes, the DEM10 does stop dehumidifying automatically when the bucket is full, so there isnít a risk of overflows. The final light simply illuminates when the unit is switched on. The water collection bucket is totally clear and with it being on the front of the machine only requires a quick glance to view the current water level. The bucket has a 2-litre capacity, which is standard for this size and power of machine. Thereís an auto-drain ability if thereís a sink nearby, with the valve for the pipe being on the back of the machine.
That's good then, I thought I'd mention it for anyone considering buying any dehumidifier not just this one.
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Thanks guys for this thread- have found the info really useful
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Todays bargain is a cracker! 3 of the high powered versions of the Mr Beams LED security lights in a pack for a great price!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00DS1H81...rd_p=573932247
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Todays bargain is a cracker! 3 of the high powered versions of the Mr Beams LED security lights in a pack for a great price!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00DS1H81...rd_p=573932247
Now that's what you call Sod's law. I literally just received the one I ordered for £27
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Now that's what you call Sod's law. I literally just received the one I ordered for £27
From Amazon? You have a 28 day no quibble return. Order the pack of 3 at todays deal & send the other one back. I have done it before & there are n o qualms at all. Thats the good thing about Amazon. It does not have to be broken or anything, just say you changed your mind or I think one of the options is you found a better deal.
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Didn't want to recarpet the caravan so decided on a large (6' x 9') mat with a matching runner. I've got to recommend "irugs.co.uk". Despite the name they are shipped from North Carolina, we received ours today after ordering on Wednesday. They are far cheaper than anything I've seen on other sites, even before their sale. Quality seems good too. Look at their "clearance" section for best bargains.

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