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DeLonghi DD45 45 Pt. Energy Star Dehumidifier


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  • Save on energy bills with the energy star qualified and R410A refrigerant
  • Choose the ideal humidity level that best suits your needs by adjusting the humidistat
  • You can monitor the relative humidity and temperature with the easy to use LCD electronic controls
  • It's your choice how you want to collect the water; you can either drain passively out of the unit with the 3? provided hose or you can manually empty the collection tank when needed
  • Just set the unit and go with the 24-hr timer
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Product Description

Having a dehumidifier in your home has never been easier with the De'Longhi 45 Pint Dehumidifier. It's your choice how you want to collect the water; you can either drain passively out of the unit with the 3' provided hose or you can manually empty the collection tank when needed. Either way you choose it's easy to monitor the water level with the frontally located transparent water tank. They are Energy-Star qualified, so you can save on energy bills, plus they contain the refrigerant R410A. Every unit is extremely user-friendly; you control the ideal humidity level that best suits your needs by simply adjusting the humidistat. You can also monitor the relative humidity and temperature with the easy-to-use LCD electronic controls. Maintenance is a snap; you just rinse the washable air filter when it becomes dirty. Additional features include easy roll castors and handles, a 24-hr timer, 2 fan settings, an anti-frost device, low temperature operation down to 41�F, and tank control system with alarm.

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  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 15 x 24 inches ; 41.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 41.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003DRBVDW
  • Item model number: DD45
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #630,432 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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This item: DeLonghi DD45 45 Pt. Energy Star Dehumidifier
Customer Rating (42) (1271) (49) (171)
Price $ 249.95 $ 285.49 $ 239.99 $ 313.86
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Sold By Sylvane evVive Home Amazon.com Home and Garden Club
Color White White White White
Size 45 70 Information not Provided 50
Warranty Description Limited 1 year parts and labor Full 1-year warranty parts & labor, Limited 5 year warranty-sealed system 1 year limited warranty Limited 1 year parts and labor
Item Weight 41.88 pounds 0 pounds 40.1 pounds 41.88 pounds
Dimensions 24.02 inches x 11.81 inches x 14.96 inches 24.65 inches x 11.32 inches x 16.08 inches 24.3 inches x 15.3 inches x 12.4 inches 24.02 inches x 11.81 inches x 14.96 inches
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3.7 out of 5 stars

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Margaret A. Bradford on September 11, 2010
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We bought two of these dehumidifiers because we live in a climate that has hot, humid summers. We thought we could save on air conditioning if we dehumidified the house because we can tolerate higher temperatures when the humidity is lower. However, these units generate so much heat it's like running a space heater and I keep turning them off because the house gets too hot from the heat generated by the dehumidifers. They also use a lot of electricity, so we didn't save any money by using them

Having said that, I need to give it credit for doing a good job of getting the humidity out of the air quickly. But, because of the heat they put into the house and the amount of electricity they use, they are not worth what we paid for them.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By eFishNSea on September 22, 2010
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Got this particular model because of the price and good ratings. It seems to perform as well as I can expect. The controls and displays are sensible. This model doesn't have a pump, so you want it to drain continuously, you have to place it somewhere hight to let the hose drain by gravity into a sink or drain. The unit comes with a hose, but the hose is very short and flimsy/light and cheaply made. I had to buy a short garden hose to meet my needs.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Annie S on June 29, 2010
So far so good! Has done a great job of lowering the relative humidity of my entire 2 BR apartment. The unit creates a little heat (as all dehumidifiers do) but that is offset by the amount of moisture it pulls from the air. A little loud on high but on the low setting, it is an noisy as you would expect it to be. Would recommend to others.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By rc on July 10, 2011
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I purchased this dehumidifier on amazon. It is very easy to use and works well. I have not tried the hose hook-up yet, but suspect there will be no problems. It is loud on high fan because we have it in a living area with us. But it would not be bad if it was in a different area of the basement. Low fan speed is not too loud. It really sucks the humidity out and removes the musky basement smell! Very pleased with how easy it is to clean and empty. Definately recommend this product!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By G. Garcia on March 28, 2012
On the plus side, the DeLonghi dehumidifies as promised, is well built, not noisy, and heats the air as it should (in the thermodynamic cycle, hot air must exit, and warm air carries less moisture.) If you connect the supplied condensate hose to a drain, the holding tank is bypassed and stays dry, an important anti germ and fungus advantage. The air filter is easy to clean.

On the negative side, the timer function turns the unit off if it was on, or on if it was off. But the cycle does not repeat. So, if you have it in a sleeping room or a nearby closet it would shut off if you programmed that when you started it, but it would not restart the next day. Or you'd have to turn it off manually. Every day. If you prefer less than 60% humidity, you need to set it daily as well.

I read the manual before purchasing, but manual is wrong about the DD45 returning to its previous state after a power outage. It does not restart, thus a programmable shut off timer is of no help. If you place the dehumidifier in an unsupervised location like a basement, you'd need to frequently verify that it was not stopped by a power outage while you were away. This is a real issue if no one is home an extended time or at a vacation home.

I wrote to DeLonghi Customer Service. The reply "If the unit is turned off the last selected mode would be stored in the unit. Though the setting would be saved the unit would need to be manually turned back on. Once the program is complete it would need to be reprogrammed."
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By VTreviewer on July 15, 2011
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As another reviewer said--and I, sadly, ignored before buying--this unit puts out a LOT of heat. Like a space heater. It's also much noisier than the other dehumidifier I have, a Supentown (SPT). The SPT doesn't put out heat and is much quieter. Overall a much better machine. I'm so sorry I got this one; guess I'm stuck with it, because I've used it, but if I could I'd return it. It makes the room it's in so hot that it's unusable--so a waste of over $200. It also doesn't keep the humidity down as well as the SPT. Perhaps not surprisingly, I'm buying another SPT to replace this one. Waste of money--don't get this!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bob M on December 21, 2011
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We had an old DeLonghi 25 Pt. Dehumidifier (Model # DH-25) since I can't remember when but it has been many years. We left it on year round and really never even noticed it unless/until it was time to empty the condensate bucket. But, it finally "gave up its spirit", I guess based solely on age. It may have been the compressor but in view of all of the trouble-free years that we used this appliance, it was not worth even looking into a repair. When looking for a replacement, and having bought an LG Dehumidifier a couple of years ago, I checked various models of various manufacturers, since there are many more today than there were when we bought our original DeLonghi. And, since I am a long-time subscriber to Consumer Reports, both print and on-line, I checked its ratings. Now, although the model that I selected was not even rated by Consumers and realizing that there were some that were rated higher than Delonghi, I still chose the DH45 after considering all of the data that I reviewed and reading such a number of consumer reviews that my head started to spin. The final consideration, though, and perhaps a tie-breaker was my experience with the old DH25. So far, I have not been disappointed. The DH45 has been operating constantly and flawlessly and has been very quiet (some commented that it was not! Wrong!). And, the only negative, if you consider it one, is that until the bucket is full, the fan always runs! The compressor cycles on and off according to where you have the humidistat set but the fan runs. I'd prefer that it turn off when the desired setting is met but it's a small "negative". And, in comparison, I greatly prefer the Delonghi to the LG from both design and performance perspectives.
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