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The Arctic King Energy Star 30-Pint Dehumidifier removes 30 pints of moisture per day. Has a 24-hour on/off timer.

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I'm a fan of using both. With A/C only, I would turn down the temperature but still feel clammy. Especially noticable in the bedroom where I would wake up feeling sticky. Using the dehumidifier I could turn the temperature up two degrees, yet still feel more comfortable.
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Just what I needed! This gets a great score on Consumer Reports and my old dehumidifier just bit the dust!
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If you have central AC but live in a humid place like Houston, does it still make sense to get one?
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I bit for a 750sf finished basement. Only $11 to extend to 3-year warranty too.
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Does not have a humidity setting.
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If you have central AC but live in a humid place like Houston, does it still make sense to get one?
I'm a fan of using both. With A/C only, I would turn down the temperature but still feel clammy. Especially noticable in the bedroom where I would wake up feeling sticky. Using the dehumidifier I could turn the temperature up two degrees, yet still feel more comfortable.
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I'm a fan of using both. With A/C only, I would turn down the temperature but still feel clammy. Especially noticable in the bedroom where I would wake up feeling sticky. Using the dehumidifier I could turn the temperature up two degrees, yet still feel more comfortable.
Thanks that's what I suspected. Sometimes the humidity makes it feel worse and I was wondering since out master bedroom has a different AC unit, if it could save electricity. But how often do you have to empty the tank?
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Just what I needed! This gets a great score on Consumer Reports and my old dehumidifier just bit the dust!
Surprised this deal doesn't move the needle for some. The best buy insignia deal went front page, but major product quality issues.
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I'm a fan of using both. With A/C only, I would turn down the temperature but still feel clammy. Especially noticable in the bedroom where I would wake up feeling sticky. Using the dehumidifier I could turn the temperature up two degrees, yet still feel more comfortable.
This. We got one from Costco at the beginning of summer and keep it warmer this year but it feels more comfortable with 45-50% humidity vs 60% with AC alone.
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Anyone have a clue how much this costs to run?
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Anyone have a clue how much this costs to run?
The product page says 295 watts. That means a little less than 1 KWH of electricity for 3 hours run time. Look on your electric bill to see what your per KWH rate is.

Actual run time would depend on how much humidity you have + how big a space you are running it in.

The Energy Star certificate says it uses 2 KWH to remove one liter of water from the air.
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The bad thing about these dehumidifiers is having to empty the water bin.

This one has a drain option, so if you can place it near a floor drain, you never have to empty... but how many of us have floor drains in our homes?

The better units have a pump and a smaller plastic drain line, so you can rig it to drain into a sink, tub, toilet, etc.
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When does the protection plan coverage begin? Is is 3 years after the 1 year manufacturer's warranty or is it 3 years after purchase?
It says that you have to go through the manufacturer's warranty if it is still active.

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The bad thing about these dehumidifiers is having to empty the water bin.

This one has a drain option, so if you can place it near a floor drain, you never have to empty... but how many of us have floor drains in our homes?

The better units have a pump and a smaller plastic drain line, so you can rig it to drain into a sink, tub, toilet, etc.
I use it in my basement which has a drain.
Some people like using the water to water their plants or put in their toilet tank to save on water.
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