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Arctic King Dehumidifier 30, 50, & 70 pint $100 to $150.49 @ Walmart

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Arctic King 50-Pint Energy Star Dehumidifier - $120 [walmart.com] - OOS

Arctic King 70-Pint Energy Star Dehumidifier - $150 [walmart.com]

All are cheaper than previous popular dehumidifier deals on Slickdeals of comparable sized dehumidifiers though they are different brands.

2 year warranty is $16 for 50 and 70 pint models and $8 for 30 pint

3 year warranty is $22 for 50 and 70 pint models and $11 for 30 pint
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Get the warranty. 3 year. These things won't last more than 2 years if constantly running.
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Is the only functional difference between the 3 models the water capacity? Thanks.
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Is the only functional difference between the 3 models the water capacity? Thanks.
I believe the pint number is how much water it removes from the air per day not how much water it can hold.

There is a pretty big difference in how much electricity is needed for the different sizes.
I've read that you should get a larger size than needed so it does not have to stay on as much which should save on electricity.
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I believe the pint number is how much water it removes from the air per day not how much water it can hold.

There is a pretty big difference in how much electricity is needed for the different sizes.
I've read that you should get a larger size than needed so it does not have to stay on as much which should save on electricity.
Thank you, that makes sense.
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I believe the pint number is how much water it removes from the air per day not how much water it can hold.

There is a pretty big difference in how much electricity is needed for the different sizes.
I've read that you should get a larger size than needed so it does not have to stay on as much which should save on electricity.
actually, if it's sized too big, the constant on/off will eat up more electricity than one humming along consistently. The start up of a reciprocating compressor pulls significantly more amperage than one that is already running. Often times twice as much.
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Just ordered the 70 pint the other day but forgot the warranty. After looking into the specs it turns out the 70 is way overkill for my 1000sqf basement so redordered a 30pint with the warranty. Thumbs up
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What affect does it have by removing moisture from the air?
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What affect does it have by removing moisture from the air?
Condensation will destroy a basement over time. Water allows for mold growth.
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What affect does it have by removing moisture from the air?
You feel cooler at the same temp. But know that dehumidifiers will generate heat. There's no easy way to remove moisture.
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You feel cooler at the same temp. But know that dehumidifiers will generate heat. There's no easy way to remove moisture.
My house is cheaply made and the inside of the kitchen windows are over 100°.
Will this really make me feel cooler if it's generating more heat inside my home?
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My house is cheaply made and the inside of the kitchen windows are over 100°.
Will this really make me feel cooler if it's generating more heat inside my home?
If your house is 67% humidity at 76 degrees farenheit, you'll feel substantially cooler if you drop your humidify to 50%. Do you live in AZ? Maybe that's why you're not understanding the use case
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70 pint OOS
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If your house is 67% humidity at 76 degrees farenheit, you'll feel substantially cooler if you drop your humidify to 50%. Do you live in AZ? Maybe that's why you're not understanding the use case
I live in AZ and am actually very sensitive to humidity now. When it monsoons and we get substantial rain the humidity in my house can inch over 60% and it feels very uncomfortable to me. Ideal for us is ~50% and I like to cool to 78-80F. The AC alone won't remove enough humidity unless I cool to 76F.
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50 pint oos
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