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Insignia™ - 35-Pint Dehumidifier - White $129.99

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Would this size make a difference in an apartment?
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This is a good dehumidifier but I am returning mine next week. I live in coastal California where it's humid but very cool. These things put out too much heat and heat at the house too much.
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From what I can tell, this is physically the same size as the 50 pint version (dimensions and tank size are the same). The pint differences refer to the amount of moisture it can remove from the air per day. When the 50 pint was on sale, it was only $20 more. I think I'd rather wait for the 50 to go on sale again.
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From what I can tell, this is physically the same size as the 50 pint version (dimensions and tank size are the same). The pint differences refer to the amount of moisture it can remove from the air per day. When the 50 pint was on sale, it was only $20 more. I think I'd rather wait for the 50 to go on sale again.
That's interesting.

I got the 50 pint about a month ago and plugged it in in a room that is rarely used but gets damp. I came back the next day to check on it and didn't hear it running and thought, "Oh crap, I got a dud." Nope, the reservoir was full. This has been repeated every day for the past month or so.

And here I thought I was removing 6.25 gallons of water per day. Still impressive, though. I live in the Pacific NW and we only have moderate humidity. I don't know if it's drawing in moisture from the rest of the house (not sure if humidity "equalizes") or if it's drawing moisture from the foundation or...? Regardless, I'm glad I got it and wish I had gotten it 5 years ago when we moved in.

As another post mentioned, yes, it does create a fair amount of heat. Not really an issue in colder months. I haven't seen much of a spike in my electric bill since using it.
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I suggest at least a 50 pint unless you live in a studio apartment or are using this for a single room with the door closed. If you have a large open kitchen+living room setup, a 50 or even a 70 pint is a good choice. I have a Frigidaire unit that I upgraded to (cost around $200) and I haven't looked back.

If you live in a place that has very humid Summers expect to empty a 35 pint unit once a day at the least. I could see some people having to empty multiple times a day, but again it all depends on your climate and how well insulated/the quality of the HVAC in your house is.
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Just saw this deal and it already expired. Went back up to 199.
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Ordered one of these yesterday. Make sure to check with your electric utility company as they may also offer rebates for this dehumidifier. It was on the list of eligible energy star models for my utility company, Dominion.
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