Dehumidifier

Dehumidifier

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Keystone Dehumidifier

About This Item

  • Weight:44.00
  • Width:15.50
  • Height:24.50
  • Language:English
  • Color:White
  • Depth:12.75
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Great Product

Has a 1.8 L/kWh Energy Factor which is as good as others its size, and better than smaller capacity units in general. Works great, is quieter than some others, and has an automatic defrost option ( reads "P1" on readout ) without a heater ( some Danby reviewers have complained of room heating up from defrost heater on Danby) ( when a temp. sensor detects frosting of the coil, the compressor shuts down, the fan speed goes to hi if not already set there, and it blows room air over the coil until it defrosts, then the temp. sensor turns the condensor back on for continued dehumidyfying automatically ). Water tank has an easy to carry handle, also has a hose connection for continuous draining, and can set it to continuous or humidity controlled operation modes. The LCD readout displays the humidity of the incoming air, and also allows adjustment of humidity level in increments of 5 from 35 - 65 %. Operates in room temps. as low as 41 F according to manual.
The dehumidifier works great and quite effective. Noise level low & tolerable. The only negative thing is the continuous running. It comes with a small plastic tube that connects to a plastic hose connection on the back of the dehumidifier. A small garden hose is needed to drain the water off. However, the continuous part is not true. Some water does drain into the inside removable container thus filling the container in about 8 to 12 hours. It then shuts off until it is emptied. I believed that it was a true continuous running machine when I purchased it. That connecting it to a hose would keep it running until the thermostat stopped it. Other than that one quirk, the product works great and Walmart had the best price on line of 7 companies I checked on line. Plus, the shipping was a mere 97 cents. Delivered in 3 days to my door as well. I go away sometimes and thought the continuous part would be something I would need should it rain often. That was my only disappointment about this product.

Overall, pleased with product.

I purchased this unit to help with the mold/mildrew smells that developed in my home after a very humid summer in Wisconsin. The unit pulled a lot of water out of the air, and helped with the smell. To keep on top of it, I have to continue to run it. When I shut it off, the smell eventually comes back. Overall, I am pleased with the product. I have a large, single story home (no basement) which is spread out and I will probably buy another unit so I don't have to keep moving this one around. I need to empty it 2x per day, as I have no drain available to use the continous feature. It makes noise about equal to my box fan on the number 2 setting. It does heat up the room, which I don't like about it, so my air conditioner is on more. The unit shuts off when the humidity level I set is reached and when the bucket is full, which is nice. The unit sometimes switches to the turbo mode and the indicator shows a code P1, not sure what that means, the manual doesn't say either. I think it has to do with the compressor, but it resolves itself and returns to my settings. If I do buy another unit, I will definitely consider the same one. Tip, buy the largest one you can afford, so it pulls out enough water and will shut off and safe energy. If you buy too small, it will run too often or all the time and really use energy and heat up the room more. Hope this helps you with your decision.

solid performer

We've had a damp basement for years and I finally got around to buying a dehumidifier. We have a large unfinished basement (2000 square feet) and we've had the machine running since we bought it (it arrived Sept. 18th; it is now October 6th). Because it's a large room, it took a while for the damp, musty smell of the basement to subside, but it did, eventually, and the room is noticeably drier. I remember the first day I emptied the 2.5 gallon tank 3 times, that's how damp it was! We hooked it up to drain into the sump pump the next day, and it took a bit of maneuvering to get it going right. The hose can't be too long - we simply trimmed an old garden hose to about 3 feet long - and it helps if the hose basically hooks from the dehumidifier straight down into the drain. The dehumidifier is noisy, but I'll take a drier basement any day. The instruction manual is terrible, and omits key facts like what the codes mean! So FYI, P1 = pause/cooling down from being on too long and P2 = the tank is full and needs to be drained. Turning the unit off for a few seconds and switching it back on is a pretty effective re-set if needed. I think this was well worth the money and am happy with the purchase, overall.

Works Great

This dehumidifier has been a great addition to my basement. It has a larger capacity than my previous one and it is quieter.

Excellent dehumidifier. Highly recommend.

I do alot of research on most of the products before I purchase them. This dehumidifier has got to be one of the best. My first lasted just a few years, but we used it constantly in our basement. This will also be used there as well and will hopefully last longer. It has excellent features on it. It tells you the current humidity level in the room. It runs only when the humidity level is not at the desired level, so it shuts off and turns on automatically when needed. I loved this feature because I didn't want the fan running for no reason if it wasn't needed like some of the other machines. It is relatively quiet and has a nice size water collection container with handle. I would recommend this unit to anyone in the market and shopping for one.

Very good machine, exceeded expectations.

I really love this dehumidifier. I use it in my large basement. It's quiet, and it really does a great job. When it's time to empty the tank, it's easier than other dehumidifiers because it has a built-in handle. I love it. The digital buttons are simple, and the whole thing looks good too. My previous dehumidifier was a Hampton Bay (I don't think they're made anymore). When it stopped working (after about 10 years), I reluctantly shopped around for a new one. I appreciated the reviews I read about this machine, so I wanted to add one of my own. I have nothing negative to say about this Keystone Dehumidifier. I think the price was reasonable. This is an excellent large-capacity dehumidifier. I highly recommend it.
Works great.. Had water on floor every were. Took 2 days and it was dry....don't bother paying extra postage it came in two days regular free postage...
Works fine. I disklike the "defrost (P1)" mode that it automatically goes into. Sometimes it dehumidifies for 15 minutes, then defrosts for 15 minutes, etc. Even if you shut it off for a day and then turn it back on, it still has to go through it's defrost cycle...I would think that leaving it off for a day would defrost it. It seems like an unnecessary programming feature that wastes energy. I will say that when it is not defrosting, it is quieter than my previous dehumidifier, and the fan does a great job circulating the air.

Nice dehumidifier

I searched for a long time on the internet reading reviews of different dehumidifiers. I needed one for my basement as the humidity was over 70% causing mold to grow. I ended up ordering the Keystone as it had good reviews and was big enough to dehumidify my large basement. Within a day or two of running it on the continuous mode the humidity dropped below 50%. This does the job its supposed to and keeps my basement dry. I didn't want to deal with emptying the bucket so I hooked a garden hose to the drainage vale on the dehumidifier and ran it into my sump pump. I had to cut the hose down to about 4 inches as it was too long for the water to get through and you need to use gravity to get the water pushed out the hose. The only negatives I have noticed is the bucket can be a bit tricky getting back on once its removed and this unit does throw out a fair amount of heat. Noise level is not bad at all.
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