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Sunpentown SD-350TI Mini Dehumidifier with UV Light and TiO2
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- 60-watt mini dehumidifier removes excess moisture from the air
- Thermo-electric technology ensures whisper-quiet operation
- 2-liter transparent water tank; auto shut-off prevents overflow
- UV light and TiO2 mesh kill germs and bacteria; washable filter
- Measures 5 by 8 by 13 inches
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Sunpentown SD-350 60-Watt Mini Dehumidifier B000XSDXP8
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|Dimensions||20 inches x 10 inches x 9 inches||7.2 inches x 9.6 inches x 14.1 inches||5.3 inches x 5.8 inches x 8.7 inches||20 inches x 10 inches x 9 inches|
|Item Weight||3.65 pounds||2.2 kilograms||2.99 pounds||3.65 pounds|
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However, this device is much quieter than the Eva-dry.
As for the UV light, is it really necessary? Better yet...does it really even work? I wouldnt know....
Shipping was prompt from the company.
The only positive thing I found is the UV light, that seemed to have an effect on the air quality.
Also, somebody wrote it is hard to empty the water, which I really didn't see. You can remove the top of the collection bin and just pour it out.
The only draw back is, it is not too quiet. This is why I didn't give it a 5 Star. For me it works well due to sleeping during the daytime, so it actually cancelled out some of the outside noise.
Overall, I think this product is worthwhile the price and size.
It's not quiet, but it could make all the noise it wanted as long as it WORKED.
But it doesn't. I live in a studio basement apartment, no one lives in a smaller space than I do. I bought this one because I was broke, and couldn't afford to exchange it for a better one. So if you are broke, and considering this machine, DONT DO IT.
The reason I was interested in this unit was because of the low Wattage consumption, and the potential efficiency of moisture removal coupled with heat generated. I was surprised at the overall inefficacy of this unit (should I say the technology). I put this unit, Sunpentown SD-350T (85 Watts/hr) through a head-to-head test with another dehumidifier that consumed 765 Watts/hr (the `Challenger's - a 70 pint unit) in a timed test, at various humidity levels, and in various size rooms. Here is what happened:
At 54 percent humidity and 67 degrees in a 7X8 foot room with no moving air, Sunpentown removed 70 mls in 12 hours, and 110 mls in 14 hours, in two separate tests with identical room sizes. The temperature was increased (in both tests) by approximately 1.5 degrees irrespective of run time. For both runs, the humidity was reduced to 50 percent - so the extra 2 hours in the second run netted a little more water, but did not move the digital hygrometer. Total Watts consumed was about 1020 W, and 1200 W, respectively. Next the `Challenger' - within 30 minutes, in the same size room, under the same conditions, it reduced the humidity to 47 percent, increased the temperature 3 degrees, and pulled out 210 mls of water. Wattage usage was about 400W for the time.
The rate of moisture removal did not vary whether the units were placed in a 90 percent humidity environment or a 54 percent one. To me this says that the Sunpentown (PELTIER) technology is pretty inefficient.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This dehumidifier might be effective in removing a cup of water from the air every week. In a tiny space like a closet this might be good enough but my small cabin was running a... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
didn't work very well - couldn't ever get below 60% relative humidity.Published 1 month ago by Cale Byers
I could give this a better rating if I were using it in a heated, indoor setting. But, I'm using it in a VW Westfalia Camper as well as a non-insulated workshop in my backyard. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Howell Haus
These work great. Even though these have a larger reservoir than my Eva-Dry dehumidifier of the same size, I have to empty this Sunpentown more often. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sam
Bought this June 2013 through our local home improvement chain and thought it worked good for the price (nothing to compare it to though). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brian
Absolutely Terrible. This doesn't even lower the humidity in a 4'x8'x6' by more than 1%. I have had it running for about a day in a room with 70% humidity and so far it has only... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Eric B.
This replaced a higher end Sunpentown dehumidifier that is no longer produced. My old one had a hose to attach to the tank so it kept working when reservoir was full.Published 4 months ago by Peter A
The dehumidifier was quite but didn't seem to do much in our small bathroom that has no exhaust fanPublished 4 months ago by Christopher Shannon