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Desiccant Dehumidifier IONMAX ION632 Moisture Control $479 Delivered @ Livingstore.com.au

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Ionmax Ion632 Desiccant Dehumidifier Features

No compressor or harmful gases
Removes 10 litres of water per day (at 20°C, RH 60%)
3.5L water tank capacity
Built-in air filter purifies indoor air
Coverage areas from 30 - 50 sqm
Timer goes up to 8 hours
Stable performance
Laundry mode
Built-in carry handle for portability
Auto restart function after power outages
Safety features include water full, fall down and abnormal temperature

Specification
Power Consumption 420 – 740W
Tank Capacity 3.5L
Daily Dehumidifying Rate 10L (20°C, 60% RH)
Coverage Area 30 - 50 sqm
Noise Level 51 dB High / 44 dB Low
Product Weight 7.8kg
Dimensions H: 520mm, W: 416mm, D: 186mm
Warranty 1 year

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closed Comments

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    Why does it remove so litre water compared to other cheaper models?

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      you can connect the hose to the water tank. So, you can run it all day long.

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        This one is significantly cheaper and removes more water per day.

        https://www.livingstore.com.au/ionmax-ion622-compressor-dehu...

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          That is a compressor dehumidifier.

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          CHOICE says the 622 is poor at water removal. Water removal score for 632 - 96%. For 622 - 38%

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            @shaybisc: Wow that's a massive difference. I wonder why.

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              @idonteven: All depends where you are if you in hot climate 632 will be better otherwise 622, both have advantages and disadvantages. The only thing that annoyed me that all of this dehumidifier are dump appliances, non of them don't even have a remote, so it's impossible to connect to smart home.

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              @idonteven: "The dehumidifiers are set up in a temperature- and humidity-controlled test chamber. For each model, the lab measures the amount of water removed during three test runs at different temperature/humidity combinations that reflect humid winter climates (at 8°C / 90% relative humidity; 12°C / 75% relative humidity; and 16°C / 65% relative humidity.). We found the best-performing models remove more than twice the volume of water compared with the worst at the coldest temperatures."

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    CHOICE says it's noisy at 60 dBA.

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    Anyone know of a decent humidifier?

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      you probably want a unit that does both, and you can set it at your ideal humidity.
      I'm looking for one of those as well

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    I own one of these. These are great but got mine a cheaper when they were on sale direct from manufacturer.

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    I don't get dehumidifiers. Are they for houses with rising damp?

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      Can be. They take the water out of the air, so you get more of a dry air. Living on the coast; in Summer it reduces the humidity in the air and in Winter it reduces the dampness in the air. Most have a clothing setting to help dry clothes inside, ideal for when some items are still a little damp. Fairly cheap to run I think as well when compared to AC, electric heater or a dryer. Worth having one IMHO if you live in a coastal area.

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        I do live in a coastal area and the only time humidity is a problem for me is when it's hot - the endless summer. When it's cooler it's no problem at all

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      That is why I own one. A temporary fix for our health and to prevent items in the walk-in robe going mouldy whilst we had the problem fixed.

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