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Independent guide to the best dehumidifiers online. Click through to buy online or see more.

Prices last checked: 18th February 6:45am


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  • Electriq 12L Premium Low Energy Dehumidifier For Up To 3 Bed House With Digital Humidistat And Uv Plasma Air Purifier

    Combat Mould, Condensation & Dampprotect Your Health And Home From The Harmful Effects Of ... more
    £159.98 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Prem-I-Air 1.5L Ola Peltier Dehumidifier With Auto Shut Off Function

    This Compact Moisture Absorbing Dehumidifier Is Light And Portable, With A 1.5 L Water Tan... more
    £54.26 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Vonhaus 12L Dehumidifier For Homes Low Noise

    Low Noise Dehumidifier With 2L Tank Extracts Up To 12 Litres Of Moisture Per Day At 30C, 8... more
    £94.99 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Meaco DD8L

    5 star rating
    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 115m3/h, Max. Operating area: Up to 5 room(s), Operating temperatu... more
    Save 7%*
  • Ebac 3850E

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 450m3/h, Max. Operating area: 225m², Operating temperature range:... more
    Save 5%*
  • Meaco 20L Platinum

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 160m3/h, Max. Operating area: 200m², Operating temperature range:... more
    Save £24*
  • Ebac 2650E

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 360m3/h, Max. Operating area: 180m², Operating temperature range:... more
    Save 6%*
  • Meaco DD8L Zambezi

    5 star rating
    Portable Dehumidifier, Air flow: 150m3/h, Max. Operating area: Up to 5 room(s), Operating ... more
    Save 7%*
  • Meaco 12L Platinum

    Portable Dehumidifier, Air flow: 100m3/h, Max. Operating area: Up to 3 room(s), Silent (44... more
    £169.46 (+ £3.00 P&P)
    Save 5%*
  • Electrolux EXD20DN3W

    Portable Dehumidifier, Max. Operating area: 52m², Operating temperature range: 5 - 35°C,... more
    £192.89 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • EcoAir DC18

    Portable Dehumidifier, Max. Operating area: Up to 5 room(s), Operating temperature range: ... more
    £137.96 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Meaco 25L

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 280m3/h, Operating temperature range: 5 - 35°C, Refrigerant(s): R... more
    £284.43 (+ £3.00 P&P)
    Save 5%*
  • Ebac 3650E

    Dehumidifier, Air flow: 360m3/h, Max. Operating area: 180m², Operating temperature range:... more
    Save £30*
  • Meaco 10L Small

    Portable Dehumidifier, Air flow: 88m3/h, Max. Operating area: Up to 3 room(s), Operating t... more
    £128.92 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • EcoAir DC12

    Portable Dehumidifier, Operating temperature range: 5 - 35°C, Silent (43 dB), Refrigerant... more
    £128.02 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • EcoAir DD122FW Simple

    Portable Dehumidifier, Max. Operating area: Up to 4 room(s), Operating temperature range: ... more
    £127.98 (+ £3.00 P&P)
    Save 5%*
  • Honeywell HD-E010E1

    £109.98 (+ £3.00 P&P)
    Save 7%*
  • EcoAir DD322FW Classic

    Portable Dehumidifier, Max. Operating area: Up to 6 room(s), Operating temperature range: ... more
    Save 9%*
  • DeLonghi DDS 30Combi

    Portable Dehumidifier, Air flow: 160m3/h, Max. Operating area: 42m², Operating temperatur... more
    Save 7%*
  • DeLonghi DEX 14

    4.5 star rating
    Portable Dehumidifier, Operating temperature range: 2 - 30°C, Silent (37 dB), Dust filter
    Save 10%*

*Potential saving calculated by comparing the cheapest price with the most expensive

Dehumidifier Buyers' Guide

Having too much moisture or a high level of humidity in your home can be damaging for your health and your house.

Humidity is created in the home from every day activities such as having a shower, cooking or running dishwashers and washing machines. This humidity in turn causes condensation and damp patches that can affect the infrastructure of your house - not to mention the mould, peeling wallpaper and unpleasant smell created as a result.

Having humidity levels of over 50% in the home can also aggravate allergies and asthma.

A dehumidifier works to maintain humidity levels by drawing moisture from the air, keeping your house and health in check.

Keep humidity at the recommended levels of 35%-45% in summer and 25% in winter by using a dehumidifier.

Here at Genie Shopping we love making sure you’re getting the best deal for your money. We’ve scoured the web to bring you the best offers and prices so you’re sure to find the best dehumidifier for your home and needs.

How does a dehumidifier work?

A dehumidifier works by using a fan to pull air over two sets of coils that extract moisture from the air. These coils are then emptied after use.

What should I consider when shopping online for a dehumidifier?

Budget: Have a think about cost and your budget. You can easily find a small, cheap humidifier for around £30. Cheaper models will have less features and will be smaller and arguably less effective, too.

Expect to pay a couple of hundred pounds for a top of the range model. More expensive dehumidifiers will have a larger capacity and will often be more effective too.

Capacity: Dehumidifers with a larger capacity usually work faster and more efficiently than smaller models. They also tend to be quieter, which is great if your dehumidifier will be situated in a bedroom or living room. Speaking of noise…

Noise: Dehumidifiers can be noisy, and that dull hum could get extremely irritating if the unit is to be placed in a room where you spend lots of time. Shop for a dehumidifier with levels and settings; a model with a lower setting will quieter and less of an annoyance than one that can only work on full whack. Check dehumidifier reviews to see how others got on with their new purchase and check how distracting they found its noise levels.

Storage: Where will your new dehumidifier be kept? Depending on the size of the water tank, dehumidifiers can be on the large side so make sure you have plenty of storage space for your chosen model. Check the dimensions of your shortlisted dehumidifiers to ensure you’re getting a size that’ll fit neatly in your cupboards.

As a general rule, small and compact dehumidifiers are less efficient, but they do take up less room.

Energy efficiency: Dehumidifiers are not the most energy efficient of machines, and the larger units can be extremely expensive to run. If energy efficiency is important to you be sure to check for energy efficient features and controls such as automatic switch off when the tank is full, intelligent defrost and smart controls. 

What features should I look out for when shopping for a dehumidifier?

  • Tank size: This refers to the amount of water that’ll be extracted in a 24-hour period. The independent retailer should provide this information once you’ve been transferred to their sit
  • Automatic control: Your dehumidifier will automatically come on and switch off when humidity levels in your house reach a certain point.
  • Frost control: If you’re using your new dehumidifier in a cool room a frost control feature ensures the unit won’t freeze up. 
  • Rate of extraction: the higher the rate of extraction the more effective the unit will be. 
  • Cost
  • Efficiency
  • Noise



What now?

Now you know everything you need to know about dehumidifiers you can make your way over to our shopping and comparison pages where we’ve done all the legwork for you to bring you a selection of the best dehumidifiers the web has to offer. And with lots of deals and offers, and brilliant prices, you’re guaranteed to find the best model for you at an amazing price.

Narrow down your dehumidifier search by using the filters on the left hand side of the search page, where you can narrow your search by model and features. Once you’ve found an offer that takes your fancy just click the deal and youll be transferred to the site of your chosen independent retailer. Finally, be sure to check out dehumidifier reviews before you commit to buying – happy shopping!