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SPT SD-61E Dehumidifier with Energy Star, 60-Pint
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- Moisture removal--U.S. pints/24 hrs. (AHAM): 60 pints
- Choice of continuous de-humidifying or 35-85% humidity settings (in increments of 5%)
- Full bucket indicator with auto shut-off
- Memory IC (unit restarts at previous setting after power failure)
- Continuous drainage option (hose not included)
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Designed to remove excess moisture from your home quietly and efficiently. A necessity for those suffering from dust mite, allergies or simply for those who wants to keep their indoor humidity at a comfortable level. Air that is too damp can cause itchy skin and nasal passages, condensation on windows, water damage to materials, mold growth and rotting of wood materials in your home. SPT dehumidifiers remove moisture from the musty air so you can enjoy year-round comfort in your home or office. Humidity level for this unit can be set as low as 35% with Normal or Turbo fan speed. Energy Star rated. Features washable air filter with reminder indicator and casters for easy mobility.
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Top customer reviews
The unit appears to be well made but appears to run continuously even after the target humidity has been reached unless the needlessly-complicated timer function is used.
However, the instruction manual is a disaster! It appears to have been translated directly from Chinese by a computer program and does a terrible job explaining the timer function. The tiny diagram showing how to hook up the continuous drain function appears to have been drawn by a fourth grader.
Speaking of the continuous drain function, you had better be very dexterous to be able to attach the tiny hose to the inside of the unit.
Also the instruction manual did not tell what size hose to use in the continuous drain system (it's 5/8 inch).
I have not yet been able to calculate the energy impact of running the unit continuously but I read elsewhere that it's approximately $50 per month, which sounds to be very expensive to run.
Overall, it appears to be a fairly high quality unit