Currently there are many dehumidifier brands on the UK market. However like all appliances there are dehumidifiers which are best left on the shelf and dehumidifiers which belong in every household.
In the UK there are four great dehumidifier brands available. I’ll highlight one great dehumidifier from each of those brand names below. These brands are listed in no particular order.
Regular readers of this blog know that I love Meaco dehumidifiers and that I currently have a Meaco DD8L in the house. If I had the option I’d change one or two things about the Meaco DD8L otherwise the machine is perfect.
Read our in-depth review of the Meaco DD8L dehumidifier here.
I also really like the EcoAir range of Dehumidifiers in particular the EcoAir Eco DD122FW and the EcoAir DD122 MK5 . Like the Meaco DD8L these dehumidifiers are desiccant models which run at lower temperatures than compressor dehumidifiers and the are cheaper to run at low temperatures than their compressor counterparts.
Ebac dehumidifiers are seriously popular, especially the Ebac 2650e dehumidifier and for good reason. Whereas the previously mentioned dehumidifier were desiccant models the Ebac 2650e is a compressor model. However it is probably the most efficient compressor dehumidifier around.
Compressor dehumidifiers feature refrigerated coils inside the machine. What Ebac have cleverly done is to place hydrophilic coating on their coils. This allows the condensed water to run of the coils faster making the unit more efficient.
Italian manufacturers Delonghi make much more than just dehumidifiers. However in their dehumidifier department the Delonghi DEM10 has withstood the test of time.
A great feature of the DEM10 is that the unit is small, standing at only 42cm high, making it perfect for use in smaller areas such as motor homes, mobile homes, caravans and boats etc.
Don’t be fooled though the DEM10 is a great little workhorse in a standard 3 bedhouse as well.
Read our thorough review of the DEM10 dehumidifier here.