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Eva-dry Edv-1100 Electric Petite Dehumidifier, White
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- Whisper Technology, No Compressor
- Renewable reservoir
- Compact size is perfect for bathrooms, closets, and R.V.s
- Low energy consumption
- Eliminates odors and Fungus
- Automatically Turns off when water tank is full
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EDV-1100 Peltier Dehumidifier
Major Moisture and The Mopley Crew are out there...
Protect yourself and dont give them the change to wreak havoc!
Give Excess humidity a Powerful Knockout Punch!
Often Imitated...never duplicated!
The Eva-Dry Petite Dehumidifier uses Peltier Technology which makes it light and quiet to run. It is perfect for bathrooms, and small to mid-sized rooms where dampness and humidity are a problem up to 1100 cubic feet. This unit is small enough to easily fit on your desk or workbench. It extracts the moisture from the air and stores it in a spill-proof reservoir.
- Auto Shut-off
- Stylish design
- Effective up to 1100 Cubic Feet
- Great for RVs, Boats and Bathrooms
- 23 watts of power to operate
- Whisper Technology
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The Eva-Dry Electric Petite Dehumidifier uses Peltier Technology (no compressor) which makes it light and quiet. It is perfect for bathrooms, and small to mid-sized rooms where dampness and humidity are a problem. This unit is small enough to easily fit on your desk or workbench. It extracts the moisture from the air and stores it in a spill-proof reservoir. Just plug it in and it quietly dries the air. Features an automatic shut off switch to shut the unit off when the water reservoir is full. When this occurs a"full" indicator light will alert you when the reservoir needs to be emptied. Holds up to 16 oz.
Bathrooms, closets, RVs, boats, and personal spaces.
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|Item Dimensions||5.3 x 6.5 x 8.5 in||4.92 x 6.3 x 8.46 in||9 x 2.8 x 8.3 in||14.1 x 9.6 x 7.2 in||2.5 x 8 x 5.5 in||10.8 x 15.4 x 23.2 in|
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Top customer reviews
The only thing I can see that might be a negative is that the cord is a bit on the short side. This doesn't affect me, as there aren't any outlets in my ridiculously ghetto bathroom anyway, but if you live in a NORMAL place, you would not be able to set this on the floor if your bathroom has counter-level outlets.
I'll update this review after we've been running it for a little while.
***24 hour update***
The container is now about half full after just over 24 hours. Our bathmat is dry for the first time since August, and after the morning round of showers, the walls and ceiling were dry after about 45 minutes, as opposed to the usual 3 hours. Our bath towels, wash cloths, and toothbrushes are all dry as well. They usually never dry, which is really unpleasant. Needless to say, this little unit would be getting more than 5 stars from me right now if it were possible. Hopefully it will last quite a while. If it continues to work this well, we'll buy 2 more for the other really damp areas in the apartment.
*** 9 months later and still going strong. Still quiet, still sucks the moisture out of the air like mad. We have run it 24 hours a day, 7 days a week since we got it. I did think it had died last week, because after we emptied it, it started to make an atrocious noise, but I unplugged it, flipped it over, and cleaned out the fan with some q-tips, and now it's good as new. If yours has started to make death rattles, clean it out!
**** It's now March of 2017. It's still working just as well as it did new. We do have to clean the dust and lint out of it about every 6 months with a combination of q-tips and compressed air. Not a lot of maintenance for an item that has been running 4+ years now.
The bathroom unit pulls a lot of water. I empty it about once a week at least, although now that winter is here I'm not doing it as often. My one gripe is the same as others, that it's noisy. The fan is definitely noisier than when it was new and seems to keep getting worse. I'm sure at some point it will fail and I'll probably take it apart and put in a new, quieter fan. I've done that on other devices and I know where to get good quality computer fans that won't die or make a lot of noise, so that's helpful.
The one I keep in my truck doesn't need to be emptied as often. I check it every couple weeks and it's about 3/4 full at that point. Probably because I'm not opening and closing the truck doors all the time, once it pulls out excess moisture it's not really getting a whole lot extra in there so it stabilizes. Works for me. I just run an extension cord into the truck and *gently* close the door so the rubber seal at the bottom of the door frame won't crimp the extension cord. Works in my case... might not be a great solution for others. I could plug it into an always-on 12V outlet in there and find a suitable adapter with the right power tip... I keep the truck on a battery charger so in theory it would be fine, but I didn't want to cause the battery to be constantly draining and charging while in storage, so I went with the extension cord method.
I would let it run though after your done with the bathroom, maybe turn it off later when you have to go to the bathroom again.
This is probably one of the best alternatives to a ceiling fan or opening the window.
This little unit does a good job. The water collects in the pan (the blue/clear part of the unit) and when it collects enough water, that entire part slides straight forward out, then you pull the little plug on top, pour it out, put the plug back in, and turn it on again. This is low-maintenance! There are no extra parts to purchase (no extra filters, etc.). The plug does get a bit warm, but nothing alarming. The fan makes a little noise, but its the steady hum of a fan, nothing too loud in my opinion.
The only thing it doesn't do is pull the stench out, but I put a bit of activated carbon in a pouch in the room and it smells better. The two together make a perfect pair!