- Easy-to-use LED display with fully programmable features
- Little to no maintenance required; set it and forget it
- Energy efficient, reliable, and durable
Noisy, so you'll likely have to turn it off at night. And it's on the pricier side.
Performance: This dehumidifier is built with large spaces in mind, with a capacity of up to 4,500 square feet—making it a whole-house dehumidifier for smaller homes and apartments. It's not only packed with highly convenient features (see the next section), but it's durable, reliable, and built for easy operation.
The machine is Energy Star-certified, so it will keep your monthly electricity costs low. The surprisingly large water tank (1.3 gallons) rarely needs to be emptied, and the drain connector port allows you to hook it up to your drainage system for continuous operation/drainage.
Features: This dehumidifier comes with ALL the features you could want: a programmable humidistat that will operate automatically once it's set, an auto shut-off feature when the tank is full, auto-defrost if it gets too cold, LED display, easy-use controls, multiple integrated settings, and so much more. If you're looking for low maintenance, it doesn't get any better than this.
Sadly, it tends to be a bit noisy at night, so you may want to set it to shut off while you sleep.
Price: At $270, this is one of the priciest dehumidifiers on our list. However, given its user-friendliness, versatility, and reliability, it's absolutely worth considering.
- Rated #4 in 6 Best Dehumidifiers