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Ausclimate NWT All Seasons 35L WDH-930EDH

Ausclimate NWT All Seasons 35L WDH-930EDH

5.0 from 3 reviews




    • 2 reviews
    • 1 like

    Fantastic product!!!


    We love our Ausclimate dehumidifier takes out an amazing amount of moisture out of the air in our family room, prior to using the dehumidifier the room would always be extremely damp, not anymore, it is an awesome product & recommend it highly.

    Tim McKimm
    Royal Avenue Tennis Centre.

    Date PurchasedFeb 2018


    • 4 reviews

    Love this product!


    I only got my machine yesterday and so far am thrilled with it. The sales process was fantastic. The salesman spent heaps of time talking to me and understood my problem. He recommended this machine and I couldn't be happier. It arrived within 24 hours. I can already feel the difference in my house.

    Date PurchasedApr 2017

    Fantastic product! Best household purchase in a long time


    We bought this dehumidifier as we live in a modern 2 bedroom apartment in Sydney that regularly has a lot of condensation building up on the windows. This machine has been fantastic at drying everything out. Our rooms, windows, bed sheets, even our sofa and bath towels feel much drier now. It has also helped our young children with their breathing and subsequently their sleep patterns are much better.


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    Questions & Answers



    Will this product heat up the room? Really need it during summer and don’t want to make the room hotter!

    1 answer
    Allan B.AusClimate

    Hi Kate
    For this particular model you have the choice of turning the heater function on or off.
    The heater is ideal in cooler temperatures as it allows the dehumidifier to operate more effectively. For summer use as in your situation I would recommend leaving it turned off.
    However I'd like to point out that all dehumidifiers produce a certain amount of heat when operating therefore they can increase the room temperature in summer.
    In saying that, it depends on what you want to use the dehumidifier for that determines on how you use it. For example if you wish to use it to stop moisture related problems such as mould, dampness etc then you only have to turn it on once every few days or so to keep your home dry. If you want to use it to reduce humidity for comfort levels in summer then on the hotter days I would run it in conjunction with an air conditioner.
    Kate; if possible I would love to have a chat with you over the phone to explain in more detail about what your best options may be.
    You can contact me on 1800 122100
    Kind Regards
    Allan Bryan

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