Dehumidifiers work by extracting moisture to keep your indoors clean and healthy. There’s a wide range of moisture extraction units available in the market. It’s a daunting task to pick a unit that meets all your needs. So, here at BGT, we review some of the best small and home appliances to make things easier.
Whynter RPD-451DW Elite is one such dehumidification device that comes at a pocket-friendly price yet in no way less than the high-end progressive dehumidifiers.
The highly effective and user-friendly Whynter Elite D-Series Energy Star RPD-451DW convenient dehumidifier is a sleek unit with a remarkable capacity to extract up to 30 pints of dampness from the air every day.
This unit offers an exceptionally viable and space-accommodating drying solution for any home or work environment managing abnormal amounts of moistness. The portable dehumidifier comes with 2 drainage options – manual drain and gravity drain. Besides this, it all includes a 6 pint easily detachable bucket. The bucket can be easily moved with the aid of wheels and emptied as and when required.
Auto-restart, auto-shutoff, 24-hour timer, dual fan speed, and auto-defrosting feature of the device prevents any formatting of ice inside the unite, thereby offering a convenient hassle-free operations.
The device is environment friendly and comes with energy star certification, 2 in 1 silver-coated washable prefilter combo, and R410, 20 inch drain hose for gravity drainage.
No ozone depleting refrigerant and power consumption at 440 watts/3.1 amp make the RPD-451DW even more ecofriendly.
With dimensions of 10.8 x 15.2 x 19.7 inches and weight of no less than 32 pounds, the device is compact, fully portable, and can be easily moved around anywhere in the house. The device is built for high capacity usage and is best suited for enclosed areas as big as 2500 sq feet in size.
A bit noisy but all in all, a sleek highly efficient pocket friendly dehumidifier that keeps your interiors drier, healthier, cleaner, and free of any disease causing molds, bacteria, or allergens.
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