Argos 10 Litre Dehumidifier Reviews
Product Type: Argos electrical appliances
Newest Review: ... removed it from the blue and white box I was pleased with it's look, it's quite small and neat. I find it rather heavy which ... more
Customer Argos 10 Litre Dehumidifier Reviews (7)
by - written on 23/01/12 (Very useful, 473 readings)
==Argos Value Dehumidifier== Having just recently moved into our new house I was a little disappointed that the double glazed windows weren't really up to scratch and each morning I was having to wipe clean the dampness of every window upstairs and more often than not use a fair few cloths in the process. I was not only worried about there being dampness in the air which would result in nasty consequences for 2 of the asthmatics in the house but also if there was dampness in the walls which would eventually result in mould. Therefore I didn't hesitate in going out and getting this Argos Value Dehumidifier. I had a device like this before but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/11, updated on 10/11/11 (Very useful, 266 readings)
My other half and I decided to buy a dehumidifer after finding our furniture and walls were going mouldy because of the damp in our flat. It's a new flat, but well sealed so everyday moisture can't get out, accumulates and leads to mould. We chose the argos value model because it was cheap and had good reviews. The price ----------- At £95 it doesn't come cheap, but in the world of dehumidifiers this is actually a very good price. Other branded models started at around £130. Packaging ------------ It comes securely packed in a cardboard box with polystyrene and some simple instructions. It's worth reading the instructions to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/10 (Very useful, 303 readings)
We've only had this a few weeks, but to be honest the results are fairly instant so I thought I would give it a review (and a slap on the back for behaving so well). ***What is it*** This is the Argos Value 10 litre dehumidifier. Via a process that I believe involves magic, this baby removes moisture from the air which collects in a canister inside of it. This is then removeable and requires tipping out the water and apparently according to instructions, a hoover around the inside now and again to keep it clear. The design has changed since the image features above. It still has the useful handle on the top but with a larger rectangular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/10, updated on 11/02/10 (Very useful, 1583 readings)
A few months ago I started noticing that some of the windows and walls in my house were prone to dampness. This was causing some mould discoloration and black spotting and there was also a lot of condensation that was melting into messy puddles on the windowsills. Such problems can cause health problems as well as damage to property. A friend suggested I get a de-humidifier, a machine that helps eliminate dampness by sucking up the excess moisture in the air. After looking around I discovered that these gadgets are quite expensive and even at stores like ASDA they are around £100 and more. I didn't want to pay a lot of money so I finally found the cheapest I could at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/11, updated on 12/08/11 (Very useful, 1185 readings)
In June we have rented a detached bungalow. Life seemed perfect until we noticed mould and dampness. It was summer but nothing helped. So after some considerations we decided to buy a dehumidifier which would reduce humidity in the air and prevent damage of dampness in the house. There so much dehumidifiers to choose from so it was a real challenge. But we knew we didn't have much money to spend so first place we visited - Argos. We compared features, prices and bought Argos Value 10 Litre Dehumidifier. PACKAGING The Dehumidifier comes in packaging similar to all Argos Value products: light blue and white cardboard box which included the ... Read the complete review
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