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Friedrich D70BP 70 Pint Dehumidifier with built-in drain pump, Front Bucket and Continuous Drain
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- Energy star qualified 70 pint dehumidifier plugs into a standard 115V electrical outlet and features continuous drain operation
- Built-in drain pump can pump condensation vertically or horizontally up to 15 ft. plus continuous drainage option from rear drain outlet
- Displays room temperature and humidity level
- Removable condensate bucket with carry handle
- 24-Hour timer
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Friedrich 70 Pint Dehumidifier
This ENERGY STAR qualified model provides continuous-drainage operation and can be set to precise humidity levels from 30 to 90 percent. And the sleek, modern design will not detract from your décor.
These powerful dehumidifiers are ideal for storage areas, basements, and equipment rooms – anywhere moisture is a concern, because they provide reliable, convenient operation.
- 2-speed fan
- Washable, slide-out anti-microbial filter
- Built-in casters for easy mobility
- 6 foot length power cord plugs into standard 115 volt electrical outlet
- standard 115 volt electrical outlet
Top-mount Digital Control
Top-mount digital touch controls display room temperature & humidity percentage. The easy-roll casters allow you to move the unit from room to room with ease. When not in use, the unit can easily be stored in most closets.
Superior Drainage Operation
All models come with removable condensate bucket (up to 16 pints.) and continuous drainage outlet.
Built-in drain pump
Built-in drain pump that can pump condensation vertically or horizontally up to a combined distance of 15 feet.
Sleek, Clean Modern Design
Non-louvered front panel has a clean, stylish appearance that doesn't accumulate unsightly dust, pet hair and other household debris.
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70 Pint Dehumidifier. 115v ENERGY STAR® qualified. Continuous Operation Continuous drainage option helps maximize dehumidifier run time. Set Precise Humidity Set humidity level from 30% to 90% RH. Timer 24-hour timer. Low Temperature Operation Works in temps as low as 41 degrees. Removeable Bucket Removeable condensate bucket with carry handle holds approximately 16.2 pints. Convenient Automatic defrost cycle. Casters included for easy mobility. Displays room temp and humidifity. Filtration Washable, slide-out filter
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|Item Dimensions||15 x 12 x 23.25 in||15 x 11.6 x 24.4 in||15 x 12 x 23.25 in||15.5 x 11.25 x 23.25 in||15.8 x 11.3 x 23.6 in||15.2 x 11.2 x 24.9 in|
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1. It works extremely well to remove the humidity. I was advised to get the biggest unit I could. This was indeed good advise. It brought the large basement down to 50% humidity in short order and is keeping it there.
2. The pump function is super. Very well thought out. Exit is from the back, which is great. You push the special fitting (with hose) into the back of the unit and it automatically senses you want it to start pumping. No settings to fiddle with, it just knows. So nice to not have to empty the bucket.
3. The unit is attractive
4. The digital readout of temperature and humidity is great to have.
5. The controls are easy and intuitive.
1. It cycles way too often. I don't understand why it does not wait until the humidity has increased to a certain level, say 5% above your setting, then run till it is 5% below. That way it cycles less. Right now, it turns on when its just barely above the setting and turns off when just below. It cycles about every 3 or 4 minutes, runs for about 4 minutes, then shuts off, only to turn back on 3 or 4 minutes later. Since the fan is loud, its really distracting. No way to adjust this setting that I can find.
2. The fan is quite loud. Not much you can do about this and every other unit I have owned suffers the same issue. I would guess since that is the basics of a dehumifier. i.e.run a big fan over a coil. Just be aware you are not going to be able to listen to mozart while this thing is on.
3. Even if you turn the fan to the low setting, it does not remember that the next time it fires back up. Right back to hurricane strength.
On the whole, its a good unit.
Followup - September 2013:
The unit suddenly stopped working after about 12.5 months. Bucket full light/alarm was on, even though I don't use the bucket. Nothing I could do to make it realize the bucket was empty. I called customer support and they were great (yes real people, located in the USA). After confirming that, indeed, nothing could be done on my end and that there was no service techs in my area, they agreed to give me a little grace on the 12 month warranty window and sent me a new one. It arrived about two weeks later and I was up and running again. This is a class outfit folks. I can't recommend more highly.
The first 10 days I emptied the pan effortlessly every day and then decided to try the automatic pump. The pump mechanism was a very pleasant surprise as it was very easy to start using, simply plugged into the back of the unit and it distributes the water through a 15 foot tube into the sink which is about 4 feet higher than the unit.
An excellent choice for our finished basement of about 1500 s.f.
Now, i read many positives and a few negatives about this machine. Power consumption isn't my big concern since we know it's going to be on most of the time in order to protect your valuables in the basement and/or to provide a safe place to hang out. We live in Jersey and our basement is damp most of the time, but not horrible as some others i have experienced. It's in a finished basement, but there's not plastic behind the drywall, so the humidity still comes in. before we got this unit, the basement had a wet smell, my throat hurt after a couple of hours of hanging out, so it was time to replaced the old deloghini unit.
I took a chance, and ordered this one. This is the big one, the 70 pint unit. I open all the doors in the basement so air can move better, and set the humidity to 50% and leave it on all the time. the one complaing someone had was that the system cycles on and off frequently... well... how else will the unit know how much humidity is in the air? it's not magical!! I don't know how it all works, but assuming the system needs to take a air sample every so often and get an idea of how much water it removes from it, it's logical that it has to cycle on and off frequelty. Now i can see the other point of having better programing in it and make an estimaged guess that if it cycled on and off in the last hour and not much increase in humidity, maybe program it to stay off for at least an hour.... and sort of be a self learning unit? well, i'm assuming that's a $500 unit.... for us, this works fine. we leave it on all the time, hear it go on and off, but the basement is dry. It gets a bit warm, but we'll take the warmth over the dampnest. in the 1 hang out room we have a portable A/C system that cools off the room rather quick, so we are ok with the hot air the unit puts out, plus it will help during the winter months to heat up the basement a bit.
I've had this unit for about 2 months now, and it's set to self pump. i have 1/4 line running to the drain pipe in the house and it's probably 15' long if not more, with only a 5' vertical rise. I also like that this unit came with a regular hose connection so once the pump breaks, i'll just empty the water out to the sump pump hole, whcih should be fine.
The filter comes out easy for cleaning.
Overall i'm happy with this unit. I'll update the review if down the road the unit breaks, but i'm hoping to get 5 years out of it, and at least 3 years for the pump to work.
One other minor issue: it's on the same electrical circuit as my washer & dryer. It draws enough power so that when all three appliances are on at the same time, it will trip the circuit breaker. So now I have to remember to turn it off when I use the washer & dryer at the same time.