Cli~Mate Technologies Small Wireless Dehumidifier CLI-DHE $19.95 (Was $39) @ The Good Guys


Searching for a small dehumidifier for use in wardrobes in anticipation for summer and saw this Cli~mate model on sale.

Most of the online reviews are complimentary:

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  • +1 vote

    Thanks. I've been looking at getting one of these. Can't go wrong for $20.

  • -1 vote

    You will use this a few times before getting tired of remembering to plug it in to dry it out and put it back.

    These get saturated pretty quickly depending on your humidity.

    • +2 votes

      what if it stays plugged in at all times ?

    • +3 votes

      I use the large bags of silica gel inside of the cupboards. When they get 'full' I put them out to bake in the sun for a few hours each time. This is very much the same except you are using a charger instead of the sun. It does get tedious having to do it over and over, and I will often forget to replenish them.

      I purchased a mini dehumidifer (with a built in water tank) off ebay for around $35. I often run it for a few hours when it is raining outside and there is moisture in the atmosphere. It is worth every penny. Haven't had an issue with mould in the wardrobe since.

      • +1 vote

        If it's a cavity wall you might want to pay a bricky to clean the cavity and put in a moisture barrier (physical or chemical)

    • +1 vote

      I was looking for something that isn't single use

    • +1 vote

      Calcium Chloride very hygroscopic. In quantity from pool supply store to save money on refills if deciding to use those.


      Not for serious use. Literally 100x more costly than a dessicant based powered dehumidifier

    • -2 votes

      I think you should buy the chemical that is in Damprid rather than paying a hundred times more. I forget what it is … calcium chloride as suggested above?

      You can either replace it after use or recycle it in an oven provided you know what your doing. If you don't know what your doing it's a great way to make an oven hilariously unuseable. Just replace it if you don't know what your doing.


    protip: I have a couple of those $2 moisture things from reject shop in the doors of my car. Kills dampness u might bring in from rainy days. No more musk!

  • +1 vote

    I use these for the box where I put my camera equipment.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, grabbed another one

    In my experience, these last for ages in a wardrobe or linen cupboard…YMMV of course.

    The hanging hook is a good feature.

  • -2 votes

    Product Sheet, User Manual.

    Desiccant capacity: 33g.
    Absorption weight: 125ml.

    That doesn't sound like much, but The Phantom really doesn't know.

    Actual dimensions seem to be 21cm x 13cm x 6cm - TGG website is wrong or maybe shows box size.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, gave me something to use my $20 credit on

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