Improve your indoor air quality for healthier living with the Honeywell DH70W 70-Pint Dehumidifier. Designed for use in medium to large rooms, it has the ability to remove up to 70-pints of moisture in a single day. It has a digital humidistat control system that automatically senses the room moisture levels and then activates dehumidification to accurately maintain desired humidity levels. In addition, the Honeywell dehumidifier has two fan speeds, a 24-hour programmable timer, auto restart and can operate in a basement or garage down to 41-degrees F. This model comes with a detachable and anti-spill water tank that can hold up to 14.4 pints of moisture. It also features a front water-level indicator, a full tank light and audible alert. The auto shut-off feature makes this Honeywell DH70W 70-Pint Dehumidifier a worry-free home companion. It comes with four smooth rolling casters for convenient use, a large LED screen and a reusable air filter.
Honeywell DH70W Energy Star 70-Pint Dehumidifier:
- Energy Star qualified
- Removes up to 70 pints of moisture from the air every 24 hours
- Digital, humidistat control senses room humidity and activates dehumidification
- 2 fan speeds (hi and low) plus 24-hour programmable timer
- Convenient auto restart feature after a power outage
- Low-temperature operation down to 41 degrees Fahrenheit
- Large LED digital display indicates room temperature, humidity level and timer settings
- Water level indicator, full tank light, audible alert and auto shut-off
- Easily detachable, anti-spill water tank with comfortable, ergonomic handle
- Continuous drain option (garden hose not included)
- Washable air filter removes dust particles from air
- Smooth-gliding caster wheels and integrated side handles
- Product dimensions: 15.3″ x 11.1″ x 23.6″
- Energy Star dehumidifier model# DH70W
- This unit is very easy to set up and does the job. It lowered the humidity in a basement room within hours and I love that it is Energy Star rated. Great price, quick delivery from Walmart.com.
- I was concerned considering the box bottom seal was broken, one of the binding straps was missing, and the cord was unraveled in the box (Is this a used return?) but the tape was still over the water level float so it might have been a floor model somewhere). No warranty card in the box. The unit is working, filling the bucket in about a day at 60% (though the unit says 40%). It comes with a 4 year warranty, but I bought an additional one to cover all parts. My last 10 dehumidifiers of various manufactures have either lost their Freon after a year, tripped GFI , or were recalled due to overheating/fires. Wish me luck.
- I only use low speed and it’s pulling gallons of water out of the air. It is fairly quiet, but there’s an audible thwunk when it kicks in. I wish there was a slower quieter speed that could just be left on all the time. I read in a comparison that a Fridgidaire model was even noisier, so I’m happy I chose this one.
- SET UP SUPER EASY, WORKS GREAT, SIMPLE INSTRUTION, TAKES A LOT OF WATER OUT OF ROOM IN A FEW HOURS, BEEN RUNNING DAILY FOR TWO WEEKS
- Ordering was very convenient & store pick and handling assistance was superb. Te product as delivered was in excellent condition. Pros: It was easy to install and operate. It was effective in reducing humidity and eliminating the odor associated with basements. Ran it continuously and within 24 hours the water tank was full and the indicator worked as described. Cons: When it was time to empty the tank, I found it difficult to extract the tank from its snug fit in the unit. When I finally got the tank out by gripping smooth plastic I realized that Honeywell team that designed the water tank never used the product. Further, it was a hassle to grip the smooth sides of the tank and carry it out of the basement. There is a direct drain outlet to empty the tank but this feature assumes all users have a drain in their basement or room. I also have a Whirlpool dehumidifier and to remove the tank there is a grip on either side which makes it easy and quick to slide out the tank, carry it to your garden and dispose the water. Perhaps Honeywell R&D staff need to play around with their products and use them under real world conditions. If this had been done it would have been obvious even to a dull head that you need to provide grips for things that are pulled/carried. I would not recommend the unit for rooms that do not have a drain. Without a grip on either side of the water tank the chances of the tank slipping out from your grip is high. Perhaps the poorly designed tank is intentional as it increases the probability of dropping a fully loaded water tank and then you have to purchase a new unit or a replacement water tank if such item is available.