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Best Buy via eBay has Insignia 50-Pint Dehumidifier (NS-DH50WH1, White) on sale for $159.99 (price displayed in cart). Shipping is free.

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Looks like a pretty decent deal to me with free shipping. I just got finished buying one for myself with two day shipping.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...=212&loc=1 - now $151.99 >Now $159.99
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random2000 asked this question on 07-22-2021 at 10:07 AM
07-22-2021 at 10:07 AM
This is almost certainly the Danby rebranded. I have it and it looks exactly the same.
LivelyWallaby9695 asked this question on 07-22-2021 at 10:07 AM
07-22-2021 at 10:42 AM
Yes, you can discharge the pure water condensate that a dehumidifier produces into your sump pit without harming anything and allow your sump pump to handle pumping it elsewhere.

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Quote from onavi :
We have two GE dehumidifiers with pumps at work. We run them for about 6 months out of the year. No issues at all after 3 years.
Thanks for the feedback!
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Fair number of reviews from people that received clearly used units.
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The Danby is way better and cheaper.

it has a 2 year warranty &
has a built-in pump, rather than gravity so you can pump (up as well) upto 45 ft.
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Is the Danby one using a pump that can go against gravity or is it just like a regular drain
All dehumidifiers with pumps will also have a gravity feed option. The Danby from Costco has a pump but I don't use it. The pump is most likely to fail first.
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Bought one months ago for non stop use. So far so good.
$10 more in monthly electric bill?
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$10 more in monthly electric bill?
If you run it nonstop, it will cost way more than $10 / month in electricity in most areas. My Danby 50 Pint manual states 582 watts but it actually draws 600 to 630 watts at full power without the pump on. I would expect a minimum of a $10 increase per month. That's why it's more important to buy the highest capacity dehumidifier you can afford. The lower ones draws just a little less power and will need to run longer. Small dehumidifiers cost more to run.

https://www.dehumidifierbuyersguide.com/
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Needed one thanks
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where does the drain hose go?

At my previous house, I had the dehumidifier in the basement (man cave TV room) and the hose went to a drain hole in the far corner.

At my current house, there is not basement because it's a single story 3-bedroom house. There are no drain holes on the floor. I've been trying to come up with a solution for that, instead of emptying the humidifier water bottle manually...

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I have my dehumidifier draining water into a condensate pump that I got for $40. The advantage of doing it this way is that the pump is much stronger and more reliable than any dehumidifier with a built in pump and if it ever goes bad, you just have to replace that instead of replacing an entire dehumidifier.
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It's now $152 for the "Deal of the Day" on Thurs. 7/22.
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$10 more in monthly electric bill?
oh at least, if not more!
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It's now $152 for the "Deal of the Day" on Thurs. 7/22.
i was on the edge (no pun) but this price sold me as it essentially paid the taxes.
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$10 more in monthly electric bill?
Figure 582 watts = .582 kw.

I pay roughly $.17/kwh so then for one hour of using .582 kw, I'd pay about $.0989 or just under a dime per hour.

So for every 24 hours, it'd be around $2.40... times 30 days in a month and your looking at $72/mo in increased electric cost.

But that's only if it is rated correctly and runs full blast 24/7... Chances are that real world usage would be significantly less, but will obviously depend on weather, humidity, electric rates, run time per day, etc.
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Price has dropped to $151.99!
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can drain hose go sump pump at the basement?
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Can drain hose go sump pump at the basement or I better buy the one with pump and pump to outside my house
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