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Unlike other silica gel dehumidifiers that are only good until the gel has absorbed the moisture to its limits, this one can be reused several times. Once it has reached its absorption limit, just take it to an open area like a garage or utility room and plug it to a charger. This will heat up the gel and evaporate the moisture from it. See More
This is one of the quietest dehumidifiers available on the market. Running at 40 dB (about the same noise as you get in a library), it won't disturb anyone's sleep. Thanks to this quietness, it's ideal for bedrooms or bathrooms, without any annoying humming noises coming through the walls or doors. See More
While most dehumidifiers have alarm lights, LCDs, and controls, this one only has an on/off switch. The design is very simple, yet elegant, and it will not feel like an industrial white block that needs to be hidden from view. See More
The device has a rather slow air intake, and it will run poorly in areas larger than 200 square ft. Even if you manage to use it to collect the moisture from a large room, this means having to empty the small tank many times a day, as there is no drainage pipe for the water to flow away. See More