NewAir AD-250 25 Pint Portable Dehumidifier
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- Compact, portable design fits in small spaces - RVs, boats, storage rooms, more
- Continuous drainage set-up so you never need to empty the tank
- Washable air filters eliminate impurities for fresher, cleaner air
- Removes up to 25-pints of moisture of the air per day
- Auto-defrost function for reliable low-temperature operation
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NewAir AD-250 Portable Room Dehumidifier
The NewAir AD-250 portable room dehumidifier is perfect for creating comfortable environments out of damp spaces. With superior filtration, the unit provides better indoor air quality while removing excess moisture from the air. A washable filter at the back of the unit ensures that the air you breathe is always the cleanest it can be. Protect your home against the mold, mildew, dust mites and other allergens that thrive from the moisture and humidity. Ideal for bedrooms, living rooms, dens, and offices, the AD-250 gives your home cleaner, better-balanced air.
NewAir AD-250 can remove up to 25 pints of moisture per day
Lightweight and Compact
Compact and Portable Design
The NewAir AD-250 can be moved from room to room with ease. Weighing only 16.25 pounds, the unit is small enough to sit on a countertop or under a desk. The built-in carrying handle makes it easy to transport to wherever you need a dehumidifier. The AD-250 can also be carried from room to room, providing comfort to the whole house. It is also great for bedrooms because of its quiet operation.
Easy to Use
The NewAir AD-250 has an LED user interface for effortlessly adjusting the settings. The AD-250 provides effective and reliable dehumidification with no hassle. The AD-250 automatically shuts off when the tank is full, guaranteeing that the tank never overflows. The automatic defrost function keeps the unit operating properly for hours of continuous use. Simply turn the unit on and let the AD-250 go to work making your home more comfortable.
Tank or Continuous Drain Options
The NewAir AD-250 can remove up to 25 pints of moisture per day, which can then be stored in the internal water reservoir. An indicator light and alarm conveniently alerts you to when the tank is full and needs to be emptied. The dehumidifier will automatically shut-off when the compartment is filled. The AD-250 also has a useful direct drain option. Simply connect the hose to the dehumidifier and a drain to bypass the water reservoir and allow for continuous use without the need to empty the tank!
Count on NewAir for advanced technology, exceptional design and quality products. When it comes to small and portable appliances for your home, we are the industry leader, ensuring that our products are stylish, easy to use and energy efficient. From the factory to the warehouse, from the sales floor to your home, the whole NewAir family promises to provide you with innovative products, exceptional service, and support when you need it the most.
- Removes up to 25 pints each day
- Carrying handle and lightweight design (16.25 lbs.) provide easy portability
- Uses R-134A refrigerant
- Dehumidifies using compressor technology
- Automatic shut-off and alarm lets you know when it’s time to empty the tank
- LED user interface for easy-to-read on/off and water tank indicators
Keep your room dry and comfortable with the NewAir AD-250 25 pint portable dehumidifier. Designed for small rooms such as bedrooms, dorm rooms or offices. This compact unit is powerful enough to remove up to 25 pints of moisture from the air per day.
Top Customer Reviews
It seems to be very efficient at removing moisture from the air. I have to empty the bucket just about twice a day. This is both good and bad. The automatic shutoff feature has yet to come on for me because by the time you can see the water all the way at the top of the small blue side window you had better empty it pretty quickly. Water even that deep tends to slosh out of the bucket when you remove it. If you waited for the float to activate the shut off I suspect you would have a lot of water all over the place.
There are only two ways this functions. . on and off. There is no setting to determine the amount of humidity you want left in the air. As long as you are OK judging when it is the right time to turn it off by what it feels like in the space, then you should be fine.
The price of this is similar to that of larger units with more features that are sold at Lowes, Home Depot and other places (although now most don't have them since they are considered seasonal) but I like the very small size of this dehumidifier. The instructions say specifically not to use it in a bathroom but I am using it in an area by my closet, vanity and near the entrance to the bathroom and I have noticed that my towels dry faster and my linen shirts are no longer retaining a clammy feeling. All in all, I am quite happy with my New Air. If efficient, compact and basic are what you are looking for this machine will suit you perfectly.
Additional information: After using this dehumidifier for a little more than a week I have discovered that the safety shutoff doesn't work at all and the bucket will overflow onto the surface where you have the appliance stationed. If this is carpet you could find yourself in trouble. I have requested a replacement which Amazon has promised delivery of in 3 days. If the shutoff works on it I will keep it and add the information to this review. If it doesn't I will return it for a refund and will edit this review accordingly.
I have now been using the replacement Amazon sent me and it seems to be problem free. The automatic shut off seems to work flawlessly and the unit is removing enough moisture from the air in my dressing area that I generally have to empty the bucket once per 24 hours. I kind of doubt that it actually is removing 25 pints per day because I am pretty confident that the bucket is smaller than that, but on balance, I would say that if you need a small, easily carried dehumidifier to deal with a single room or smallish space, this should work quite well.
I HAVE NOW HAD THE REPLACEMENT UNIT FOR A MONTH AND IT HAS STOPPED DEHUMIDIFYING. THE FAN RUNS BUT NO MOISTURE IS BEING EXTRACTED. I AM FORCED TO CONCLUDE THAT THIS IS A POORLY MADE PRODUCT WITH A HIGH RATE OF LEMONS THAT WILL, SOONER OF LATER, FAIL. HAVING NOW HAD ONE UNIT WITH A NON-FUNCTIONING SHUTOFF SWITCH AND ANOTHER THAT FAILED AFTER A MONTH, I AM NO LONGER WILLING TO TRY THIS PRODUCT AND WILL SEEK OUT ANOTHER INSTEAD. IT WAS A GOOD IDEA TO PRODUCE A SMALL PORTABLE UNIT LIKE THIS BUT A FAILURE RATE OF 2 F0R 2 IS TOO MUCH FOR ME. IF I COULD, I WOULD REDUCE MY STAR RATING TO 1.
Being that I didn't want to sped a fortune on electricity, I first purchased a peltier cooling dehumidifier (EVA-Dry EVD-2200 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001QTW6KQ/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1). The pro of the peltier dehumidifiers is that they draw around 20 watts. I let it run all day long and while it did collect water the humidity did not get reduced far enough. After taking a shower the dehumidifier took all day just to remove the moisture. Also, since the dehumidifier works by condensing out moisture in the air by having a cold surface it does not work nearly as well in the winter.
I needed to find another solution and came across this portable dehumidifier. My main interest in this unit is that since it is portable it is small. All the other dehumidifiers I found were huge and meant to dry a basement or large area. I don't have the room for the larger type and did not want something so power hungry. After reading the reviews and comparing to other products I decided to go with this unit.
Now on to the review...
The first time I powered it up there was a lot of noise caused by the compressor rattling on the case. By tilting the dehumidifier you could get rid of the noise. I opened it up and saw the compressor was a little close to one side. Pushed it back a little bit and the noise was gone. Runs nice and quiet now. Keep in mind it is a dehumidifier, it's not going to be whisper quiet but It does not bother me at all.
The controls are a simple on and off. The fan that passes air through the dehumidifier is always on. The compressor cycles on and off to dry the air. I have a humidity sensor in the bathroom and it seems that the dehumidifier turns the compressor off once relative humidity is somewhere around 40%. The point that the compressor turns off is not very consistent.
As far as power draw the unit consumes 190 watt when both the fan and compressor are running. Fan alone is somewhere around 20 watt which is normal for a fan. I typically run the dehumidifier for a few hours in the morning, then a few hours at night. I eventually want to put it on a timer so it runs on it's own but that will come later. Anyway, despite this drawing more current it turns out to be the same cost to run as the peltier dehumidifier. Using a power meter the peltier dehumidifier cost about $11.48 to run 24/7 for a month. Using this dehumidifier for about 10 hours per day costs $11.57. The bathroom is far drier than it has been in the past.
Bottom line... This dehumidifier is great.