Gurin DHMD-210 Electric Compact Dehumidifier
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- Whisper quiet, Low energy consumption
- Renewable reservoir
- Compact size is perfect for bathrooms, closets, and R.V.s
- CE and UL Approved
- Please refer User Manual under Product Details
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From the manufacturer
Quiet, Compact, and Efficient
Operation is a Breeze
- Set unit in the area of operation away from walls.
- Plug into a standard 110/120-volt outlet.
- Switch the unit on
- The Full light turns on when the water tank is full.
Gurin DHMD-210 Electric Compact Dehumidifier
With thermo-electric peltier technology
Gurin’s Compact Dehumidifier is one of the most quiet, compact, and efficient systems for managing space humidity. It is small enough to easily fit on a desk or workbench, extracts moisture from the air, and stores it in a spill-proof reservoir.
- Simple and easy to set up and use
- Whisper quiet
- Renewable water reservoir
- Low energy consumption
- Features a green power on light indicator
- CE and UL Approved
Small rooms, closets, bathrooms.
Laundry rooms, in and under cabinets.
Compact storage spaces, boat cabins, RVs and more.
No compressor! Uses energy efficient Thermo-Electric Peltier technology!
Only 22.5-Watts of power consumption.
Comes with a 9-volt DC 2.5-Amp power adapter.
4-Foot long power cord
Emptying the Water Tank is Quick & Easy:
The unit automatically shuts off when Full and when water tank is removed.
Water tank has a 16-ounce storage capacity.
Pull out the tank, pull up the black washer, and pour out the water.
Replace the washer and tank in the unit.
Thermo-Electric Peltier Technology Explained!
A fan draws air across a cold surface with heat applied on the opposite side.
Water in the air condenses on the cold surface, separating the water from the air.
The fan then blows the drier air out of the unit and...the water drops into the tank.
Meet the Family
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DHMD-210 Compact Dehumidifier
Great for: Closets, Small Rooms, Bathrooms, and Boat Cabins.
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Great for: Large Rooms, Basements, and throughout a Vacation Home.
Reduces the level of humidity to reduce mold, mildew, and their odors.
Protects stored items from damage caused by excessive moisture.
Circulates the air, eliminating musty odors from stagnant air.
The Gurin Electric Compact 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. CE and UL Approved.
From the Manufacturer
Please refer the User Manual under Product Details
- Use a place of soft cloth to clean the surface of the product or use a brush to wipe the dust off the grills of the air inlet (part no 4 of the manual). You should clear the dry air outlet (fig 6 of manual) from time to time.
- After having finished using the Compact Dehumidifier, the user should switch the unit off by pressing the “On/Off” button to “Off” position.
- Avoid using the AC/DC power adaptor in wet or damp place, and position it in areas where the air ventilation is good.
- Keep the front inlet grill and the top outlet free from air blocking materials such as clothing, plastic bag or papers.
- Always keep the unit at an up-night position to avoid water leakage.
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Top customer reviews
I decided to try this dehumidifier out due to its compact size and (honestly) cheap price. I honestly did not expect too much at first and planned to use it together with other moisture reducing products.
I plugged it in… and never had to look back. This tiny beast of a machine can suck all of the moisture out of my bathroom in minutes. I keep this thing on 24/7, and the bathroom remains mold and moisture free, even after a 3 hour hot tub soak that happened to splash water all over the floor.
I empty the plastic container (piece of cake to empty, there’s a black plug on the top that you have to pull out) when it’s half-way full, about every three days or so.
DO NOTE that the dehumidifier WILL NOT function effectively if the water tray is not emptied.
This thing is a little beast and is probably better than some of the much more expensive products on the market.
When I first opened the box, I almost sent it back it was so ridiculously small. Instead I reread the reviews and decided to put it in my utility room expecting nothing. Boy, was I wrong!!! This tiny little thing did the trick. No more slimy floor. It is bone dry in there. I waited to write this review because I wanted to see if it could handle several high humidity 90 degree plus days in a row and it did. Plus I left the door wide open to the utility room. There is no need to keep the door closed in the room you are trying to dehumidify which I was worried about as my cat litter box is also in that room. So as happy as what I was over the performance of the Gurin I also discovered, when I got home the other night, and we had had blistering hot temps and my house had been closed up all day, that the humidity level was actually lower in the entire house which is not small. As crazy as this sounds this tiny thing really does make a huge difference and the funny thing is that when I go to empty it there might be an inch of water in the bottom after a couple of days and I do leave it running all the time when the humidity is high. This thing is awesome!!!!
It's small and my original plan was to put it in the closet, but have it instead in my home office for now.
I plugged it in at 3:30 & came to look at it at 4:30. The 16oz tank had collected approx 1 tbsp of water. By next morning around 10a.m. it was up to 1/2 a cup. And today at 10:30 its 1 cup. I just measured it. The box says it collects approx 8oz of water per day @ 86F. It is end of April. The room temp probably gets up to 82F in the afternoons, but I think it will stay at collecting 1/2 a cup per day.
When I started this review, I had given it a 5 star. Reason for changing it to 4 stars is this.
I pulled the detachable water tray out to measure the quantity of water. Rightfully so, the tray has a cover with a hole in the middle where the water pours into. BUT!!!! No where does it say in the manual or labeled on the tray as to how to open to pour the water out from the tray. I thought the reason being, because it is quite obvious the full top cover had to be removed from the tray. Well, I tried that and it wouldn't budge. I broke a nail trying to pry it open. I heard a "tick' sound and didn't proceed any further, afraid I might break it. The top feels as if it should not be opened. I Finally just poured/shook the water out thru the small hole on the top.
My home office space is 250sq feet w/high ceiling (approx 14 ft) & carpeted. The unit is very quite. Its like a small fan running. Its not an eyesore either. I do like it, and will order a couple of more to put into my closets.
But If anyone knows ( I will write to the company as well) please let me know, how to pour the water out. I still think the top has to be pried open, but I'm not taking any chances.
Updated to 5 stars. received an email ( wow. in a matter of a few hrs) from what looks like a customer service, telling me how to remove the water. Its the black washer on top of tank that needs to be pulled.