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Eva-dry Edv-2200 Dehumidifier, Mid-Size

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  • Peltier Technology
  • Small enough to be placed out of sight
  • Auto shut off when to capacity
  • Low energy consumption
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 8.5 x 14 inches ; 6.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: China
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  • ASIN: B001QTW6KQ
  • Item model number: Edv-2200
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (646 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,666 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The Edv-2200 is the most recient addition to the Eva-dry line. Using the same "Peltier" technology as the Edv-1100 (its smaller counter part) , it quietly absorbs moisture at a much more effective rate, as well as from a larger area. Once the Edv-2200 has reached its capacity, there is an indicator light that will alert you that the resivor needs to be emptied and the unit will turn itself off. This is a perfect item if you are having a hard time dealing with mold or mildew in your bathroom, on your boat or R.V. or in your house.

Customer Reviews

Yes, this unit is very quiet (quiet as a fan on low).
William M
This little thing really does a great job of pulling excess moisture out of the air.
Kathy
This unit died 6 weeks after the one year warranty ran out.
Saundra Reitmayer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

357 of 366 people found the following review helpful By Vinny on January 16, 2013
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I have purchased two of these Eva-Dry EDV-2200 solid state Peltier dehumidifiers over a period of 14 months, and now, about 17 months after having purchased the first one, I can state that I am very satisfied with the performance of each of them; I also own one of the EDV-2200's smaller cousins, the EVA-Dry EDV-1100 (now in its 17 month of full-time service), and am satisfied with its performance as well.

Incidentally, I own several small wall-mounted digital humidity meters, aka hygrometers, and these devices, when one of them is mounted in a room or space treated by one of the Eva-Dry EDV-2200 dehumidifiers, graphically demonstrate, via the rapidly-dropping humidity percentage reading, how effectively these small Peltier effect dehumidifiers work!

Certain rooms in our house get damp at many times of the year, and so I decided, about 18 months ago, to purchase a dehumidifier for each of these spaces. When reviewing available dehumidifiers, I quickly came to the conclusion that I did NOT wish to purchase an old-style mecahnical compressor-style dehumidifier, the type that uses a motor and a compressor, and I decided that rather, I wanted to purchase only a Peltier effect dehumidifier, since there are no moving parts in it other than the small 12VDC muffin fan that moves the air.

Being an electronics engineer, I was also aware that Peltier effect devices (the active component that removes the moisture from the air), which are solid-state and contain no moving parts, can easily last for anywhere from 10 to 30 years, or longer, trouble-free.
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372 of 389 people found the following review helpful By red_lined on June 23, 2009
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I spent a lot of time researching the available options to dehumidify my new apartment, which apparently has excellent thermal insulation (it's 90 degs outside but stays at 78-80 inside without a/c) but major humidity problems, partly as a result of the a/c never kicking on. Forcing the a/c to run wasn't worth catching cold and/or freezing to death, so my first low-budget solution was DampRid. It helped, especially in the closets (i.e. small enclosed areas), but it wasn't enough to take the moisture out of the air in the bedroom and living areas. So after looking at dozens of reviews for the Bionaire BDQ24-UC and the Soleus CFM-25E, I decided to go with this model, the EDV-2200.

Rationale against conventional dehumidifier: didn't want to spend $150-200 for a heavy mechanically complicated object that may get damaged in transit, with no recourse except to bicker with Bionaire/Soleus/Amazon service reps, that may or may not arrive as a lemon (per some of the reviews), and deal with a 2-foot tall 40 pound object which is likely going to be loud and suck up significant electricity.

I'm a pessimist, and that was what I took from the reviews. The majority seemed happy with their purchases, but a few had horror stories. I have terrible luck, and I got the feeling that I too would end up griping in a review about how awful my purchase was. If I was the type to not care about dropping a couple benjamins on a device that may or may not work, then no problem, I'd go with the Bionaire or the Soleus. But frankly, I got student loans and I'm poor, so I do care about where my money goes and the EDV-2200 seemed like a good alternative.

Why I like it:
- It's quiet.
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260 of 274 people found the following review helpful By Lovely Librarian on March 23, 2010
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I purchased this unit three months ago and had used it once a week to keep our bedroom humidity low. Left for work last week, and the 12V AC Adapter had melted and burned a hole in my carpet. I contacted Amazon about the situation, and they were extremely helpful in investigating the safety of the product. They didn't find out anything about it being unsafe... but please, be careful when leaving this product unattended and only use when you are home. Make sure to check the adapter periodically, and make sure that it doesn't overheat and melt.
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472 of 512 people found the following review helpful By Alvin Tann on July 14, 2009
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114 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Some Guy on May 25, 2009
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I purchased this product about a month ago, and since then have been running it a good bit. It takes moisture out of the air to the tune of about half the reservoir per day, which is pretty interesting since I didn't know there was so much water to remove. That being said, I again don't know whether that is good or bad, or if the moisture isn't just as quickly replaced by outside factors. I use this dehumidifier in my bedroom, as I live in a very muggy/humid climate, and as far as I can tell it does in fact make a reasonable difference in the overall feel of the air in my room. The dimensions of my bedroom plus bathroom suite are approx 20x12x15' and 8x6x15' (high ceilings) joined. The area has three full length windows plus a door leading to the rest of the apartment, so it's never sealed like a painted-shut-window or weather-sealed setup would be. It rained pretty hard the last couple of days, and normally in a room like this you'd feel a little on the drenched side while sleeping, but I was definitely a bit more comfortable than that. Not perfect mind you, but then again this isn't one of those $300 units either.

I would recommend this for light usage, but not necessarily in an area like mine that's just going to stay pretty humid no matter what you might do to dry it out.
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