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hOmeLabs 4,500 Sq. Ft Energy Star Dehumidifier for Extra Large Rooms and Basements
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- 4,500 SQ FT LARGE DEHUMIDIFIER - Our 15.4 x 11 x 24.3 inches dehumidifier with 1.8 gallon water tank capacity removes up to 50 pints (70 Pint 2012 DOE Standard) from the air per day depending on moisture condition and the size of your room. This is our largest, most capable model ideal for large rooms up to 4,500 square feet and/or very wet spaces.
- DESIGNED FOR THE MODERN HOME - That most dehumidifiers are clunky eyesores is news to nobody. We designed with the modern consumer in mind: a sleek clean look, convenient built-in wheels and handles, and a quiet fan that won’t drown out your current binge-watching obsession. Durability is key, too, which is why we offer a 2-year warranty, plus an extra 6 months if you register on our website.
- SUPER EASY TO USE - Dehumidifiers don’t need to be complicated, so ours isn’t. Adjust to your ideal moisture setting, then let it run its continuous 24-hour cycle until the tank is full, at which point it will automatically shut-off. Don’t got time for that? There’s also a drain hose outlet for continuous draining. The hose is not included; we recommend a ⅝” diameter garden hose with an internal threaded end, and optionally Teflon tape for extra security.
- ELIMINATES MOISTNESS - Moist is a bad word. Our portable dehumidifier reduces moisture through its built-in pump compressor. It also features a Turbo mode that increases fan speed from Normal Air CFM 165 (cubic feet per minute) to High Air CFM 188 for maximum moisture removal.
- YOUR SATISFACTION IS OUR PRIORITY - hOmeLabs offers a 2-year warranty and free return or exchange within 30 days of order receipt. We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. If you experience any issues, please contact us or any of our authorized sellers directly, and we will do everything we can to make things right!
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|Are batteries required?||No||No||No||No||No|
|Item Dimensions||15.40 x 11.00 x 24.30 inches||11.81 x 11.81 x 22.83 inches||11.60 x 15.00 x 24.40 inches||16.60 x 11.00 x 24.30 inches||5.70 x 5.70 x 8.90 inches|
|Item Weight||40.00 lbs||31.00 lbs||53.50 lbs||41.60 lbs||2.87 lbs|
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|Size||4,500 Sq. Ft||4500 Sq Ft||50 Pint||4,500 Sq. Ft||35oz|
|Warranty Description||2-Year Warranty||All of kesnos dehumidifiers are covered with 30-days money back guarantee, 1 year warranty, 2nd year warranty extension when your product registered and lifetime expert tech support.||Full 1 year parts & labor warranty plus additional 4 years limited on sealed system.||12-month warranty||Support one year warranty and lifetime customer service. Any issues or questions please contact the customer service team immediately, sincerely want to solve any customers' issues.|
- Size: 15.4 x 11 x 24.3 in
- Weight: 40 lbs
- Rated Current: 4.7 Amps
- Moisture Removal: 50 pints per day
- Air CFM Range (cubic feet per minute): 165 (Normal) to 188 (Turbo)
- Removable Water Tank Capacity: 1.6 gallons / 6 liters
- Certifications: UL & Energy Star rated
- Includes: Washable Filter, Built-in Handles and Wheels, Drain Hose Outlet
- Features: Touch Control Panel; Auto Restart, Shut Off, Defrost; Turbo Mode; Continuous Dehumidifying; 24-hour Timer; Custom Humidity Level from 35% to 85%
- Best For: Spaces between 3000 and 4500 square feet, with room temp from 41°F to 95°F
WATER REMOVAL: (Manual) Turn off when water tank is full, then remove tank from Dehumidifier and empty bucket. (Continuous Draining) Attach dehumidifier drain hose outlet to internal-threaded end of standard water hose before use
OPERATION: Dehumidifier automatically enters 3-minute rest period after completing a moisture removal cycle. Do not start dehumidifier during rest period. Operation starts again automatically when rest period is complete
NOISE REDUCTION: Position dehumidifier on level surface and ensure air filter is not clogged
IMPORTANT: Like most dehumidifiers, our 50 Pint model emits dry hot air from its fan during moisture removal. Use in large rooms or basements with minimum of 3,000 sq ft to prevent significant increases in surrounding air temperature
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Cons: the auto defrost does not work well/at all. It is supposed to come on by itself, and the few times I have seen that happen, it is when there is no frost and it's not that cold. Conversely, I have taken the filter off many times to find the back coated with white frost, and the autodefrost was not turned on. You have to babysit it in that respect-- unless it's dead hot summer, you'll have to check it everyday so it doesn't burn out from the frost.
Huge con-- the plastic base to screw on the hose is apparently attached to the machine and is not a part that can be replaced. Mine broke off, and they had to replace the whole thing instead of just one small part. Really stupid, considering the machine still worked.
I called the customer service number provided, and without hesitation, they sent me a new dehumidifier. (This time it was in an outer shipping box).
(They didn't want me to ship the other unit back...they said just keep it or dispose of it).
This unit has been working perfectly for about a month now. It takes a lot of moisture out of the air quickly and thoroughly and is pretty quiet.
I am happy with it.
UPDATE: June 2018. I am happy with this product with one big issue: it frosts up A LOT! I have owned 3 other dehumidifiers (different brands) and I’ve never had this occur. I have to keep an eye on it so it doesn’t try to operate while frozen which would kill it I’m sure.
It’s not in a cold location so not sure why this is happening. The only thing I can see is that the filter, which looks well made, doesn’t allow enough air in to circulate in the back of the unit.
Not sure but if someone can shed some light on this and how to alleviate, would be great.
I think I figured out how to mitigate the freezing up issue...I had controls set to “continual” and, apparently, this was causing the problem. Turned off cont and no freezing since. Unit cycles on and off rather frequently, but so far this hasn’t bothered me too much. We’ll see how things go when the weather gets hot and humid. So far, this seems to be working. 👍
The radiator/condenser fin damage seen in one of my photo's is a perfectly normal occurrence during assembly. If it bothers you or is so bad it affects the machine, or even if you do it yourself by accident, there is a simple fix. Get a condenser comb. I know they are available at Lowe's and Autozone, but they are also available on Amazon and a few other stores near you most likely. Check home improvement stores or auto parts stores for it. The comb's are easy to use and figure out how to use.
Id also like to point out that a running condenser is not silent. On any appliance. If you run this device (if it isnt defective) next to a refridgerator, the fridge condenser will be louder. My mini-fridge is about the same volume when its condenser runs. If you can hear it from several rooms away, you have a defective unit probably, and an exchange is what you need. h0meLabs has excellent customer service.
I left it out of the box, upright and unplugged for 24 Hours as the box says (the oils in the condenser may have shifted during transport, or may have even been laid on its side, which is why it must be upright for so long). I put a drain hose (Lowe's sells 6 ft female/female leader hoses for $8). If you are using continuous, unless you want to constantly have to lug a bucket to a bathtub or outside or whatever, its going to be heavy when full, hence the drain hose. I cut the 6 ft hose down to about 1 foot give or take an inch. The hose leads into a "Little Giant 554425 VCMA-20ULS Condensate Removal 1/30 HP Pump with Safety Switch", which is connected to a Vinyl tube that leads into my bathroom. The pump is like $50 and a wise investment. Its optional, but you can wire the secondary safety switch to a water alarm (ive seen them in the sink/shower aisle at walmart) which will sound if the pump safety feature kicks in, warning you to remove the hose so that it goes into the bucket, or else you will have a wet floor.
I also have it more than 8 inches from a wall on all sides, even though it only requires 8. Im guessing because the humidity reading might be off if it is in a corner.
Alot of people are saying the house thing is flimsy, but it really isnt as long as you arent a brute with it. Other people have said that it doesnt drain out the hose and that it keeps filling the bucket. Well, I used a level to make sure my floor was flat. If you have it on carpet, but a piece of plywood or something flat and sturdy (not cardboard) and make sure its as level as possible. If it isn't level, the float that makes it go into the hose will not function correctly and you will have a full bucket eventually.
Below is my actual review based on usage. I will update it at certain milestones to tell about whether or not it is still chugging along as efficient as it was out of the box.
First Hour: The first hour i continuously checked the bucket (turning it off first) in order to see if it was definitely going into the hose, and i remove the hose to see if it was wet (it was), so it was definitely collecting moisture. In the first hour alone it brought my house down from 86, to about 45-50.
First Day: I already know it is better than my old DH (Hisense brand) because the old one was lying on the display. I was about to unplug the old one to plug in the new one and the humidity was allegedly 32. When i plugged the new one in, it went from 50 all the way to near 90 really darn quick. Then it slowly decreased down to 33, which took about 3 hours.
First Week: I have definitely noticed a difference between my 2 dehumidifiers and this one is definitely better than my old one. Using the continuous function and a drain hose into a condensate pump, this machine has been running nonstop since I first plugged it in, and the bucket is as dry as it was when I first opened the box. To all those that are saying this function doesnt work and its not going into the hose, double check to make sure that the dehumidifier is as level as possible, and the drain hose is going horizontal and at a downward angle. If there is any "Up" angle in the hose, the water wont drain properly. It uses gravity, so the only directions it can go is down or horizontal.