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hOme via Amazon has hOmeLabs 70-Pint Energy Star Dehumidifier for $177.48 - $44.37 w/ promo code 25OFFSDS = $133.11. Shipping is free. Thanks Workaully
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hOme via Amazon [amazon.com] has hOmeLabs 9 Gallon (70 Pint) Dehumidifier Energy Star Safe Mid Size Portable Dehumidifiers on sale for $177.48 - 25% Off = $133.11 with promotional code 25OFFSDS used at checkout.
Specs:
  • Size: 15.4 x 11 x 24.3 inches
  • Rated current: 4.7 Amps
  • Moisture removal: 9 gallons (70 pints) per day
  • Removeable water tank capacity: 1.6 gallons / 6 liters
  • UL & Energy Star rated
  • Features: Touch control panel; auto restart, shut off and defrost; turbo mode; continuous dehumidifying; 24-hour timer; custom humidity level from 35% to 85%
  • Includes: Washable filter, built-in handles wheels, drain hose outlet
  • Best for: Spaces between 2500 and 4000 sq ft, with room temp from 41°F to 95°F
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Bought this. Good price. Reviews are inflated, however. New company, but inner parts seem to be made by same company that makes most of these things - Midea. And most of these units by other brands fail right outside the warranty. So, be wise and get the extended warranty.
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Bought this. Good price. Reviews are inflated, however. New company, but inner parts seem to be made by same company that makes most of these things - Midea. And most of these units by other brands fail right outside the warranty. So, be wise and get the extended warranty.
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Bought this on the last deal and it's been fine, also they use targeted ads on Facebook to get you to register your product for a $20 Amazon GC
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Looks like a great price for 70 pints. I have a Frigidaire energy star rated and I am surrpised by the amount of water it collects from my house in winter.
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If that's the case, spend the money somewhere else. Also make sure it's energy star rated.
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Thoughts on this versus the Frigidaire 70 pint that makes the front page now and then? I believe it's:
(https://www.amazon.com/Frigidaire...humidifier)

I got the Frigidaire myself (from Walmart at the FP price) and it failed 1 month out of the 1-year warranty. Research after that point showed that something like that happens very often with the Frigidaire model, despite the rave reviews. Made me cautious about getting it again without an extended warranty option.
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There's also a ten dollars off coupon on the product page.
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Bought this on the last deal and it's been fine, also they use targeted ads on Facebook to get you to register your product for a $20 Amazon GC
Tell me more. I already bought one. How might I trigger a targeted ad? Searching for dehumidifier on Facebook?
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Thoughts on this versus the Frigidaire 70 pint that makes the front page now and then? I believe it's:
(https://www.amazon.com/Frigidaire...humidifier)

I got the Frigidaire myself (from Walmart at the FP price) and it failed 1 month out of the 1-year warranty. Research after that point showed that something like that happens very often with the Frigidaire model, despite the rave reviews. Made me cautious about getting it again without an extended warranty option.
I purchased the FFAD7033R1 July of 2015, (best buy deal on here or FW) just a month ago 11/17 it decided to come up with the dreaded F0 error. I called Electrolux and they are purchasing it back for full price minus tax. Every dehumidifier I have had in the last 8 years lasts about 2-3 years maximum. I think I've gone through 4 different manufacturers. None lasting more than 3 years. Very disheartening as older units would last 5-10+ years. I run one in our garage, and one in the basement of our house. I am going to buy another FFAD70033R1 due to Electrolux standing behind this one.

Edit: There is a good review between the FFAD7033R1 and the hOme one here: NS Review [amazon.com]
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Looks like a great price for 70 pints. I have a Frigidaire energy star rated and I am surrpised by the amount of water it collects from my house in winter.
I have a Frigidaire one as well and it is most active in the winter. Not sure where you're located, but here in Florida, the outside temperatures are cool enough that the central air conditioning (which typically does a pretty good job at dehumidifying the air) is not running as much. Therefore the dehumidifier will be more active to help maintain the space humidity setpoint. Only once the outside air is cool and dry and I have my windows open will the dehumidifier take a break. Other than that, I have to empty the 16 pint tank at least once per day.
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Tell me more. I already bought one. How might I trigger a targeted ad? Searching for dehumidifier on Facebook?
That's a good question, I never did search specifically on Facebook for dehumidifiers so it has to be some kind of cross-channel thing. All that the ad does is open a FB Messenger window with the hOme Labs page where they ask you for your Amazon order number and email address to register the product to, then they message you back a GC code - try this link https://www.facebook.com/wearehom...1939588671 and if it doesn't work you might be able to just message them directly. I still get the ad even though I've registered the product :p
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If I check out with a "SquareTrade 3-Year Protection Plan ($125-149.99)" instead of the $175+ one that it links on the product page would that be honored? After the discount code the price is lower, so in theory the lower protection plan is appropriate?
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I purchased the FFAD7033R1 July of 2015, (best buy deal on here or FW) just a month ago 11/17 it decided to come up with the dreaded F0 error. I called Electrolux and they are purchasing it back for full price minus tax. Every dehumidifier I have had in the last 8 years lasts about 2-3 years maximum. I think I've gone through 4 different manufacturers. None lasting more than 3 years. Very disheartening as older units would last 5-10+ years. I run one in our garage, and one in the basement of our house. I am going to buy another FFAD70033R1 due to Electrolux standing behind this one.

Edit: There is a good review between the FFAD7033R1 and the hOme one here: NS Review [amazon.com]
Thanks for the input. This seems to be a recurring sentiment - that dehumidifiers these days just don't last regardless of brand. Extended warranty it is!
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