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Docbutch 05-14-2019 06:46 AM

Humidifier
 
We just completed our first camping trip and find that a humidifier would probably be a good thing to have and use. Comments pls on best one and how and when it is used.

Adventure.AS 05-14-2019 07:17 AM

Most people want a dehumidifier to get rid of excess humidity. Is that what you meant?

Docbutch 05-15-2019 07:04 AM

Yes

kittmaster 05-15-2019 07:31 AM

We bought this one as it was recommended on another thread:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

It is very low power and should do a good job. Smaller accumulator, but overall should be a good way to go and fairly cost effective on money and space.

Adventure.AS 05-15-2019 11:25 AM

EcoSeb DD122EA Classic Dehumidifier
 
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We use the quiet desiccant type dehumidifier EcoSeb DD122EA Classic. It can extract up to 15 pints per day at cold temperatures where a compressor type won't work. It also has a turbo mode for quick drying your hanging towels after showering etc.

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SewStream 05-15-2019 06:51 PM

+1 on the EcoSeb - were drying our bath towels right now with this dehumidifier. *Spendy*, but worth it!

AKNate 05-15-2019 11:11 PM

Humidifier
 
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Originally Posted by Adventure.AS (Post 2241753)
We use the quiet desiccant type dehumidifier. It can extract up to 15 pints per day at cold temperatures where a compressor type won't work. It also has a turbo mode for quick drying your hanging towels after showering



We have a compressor type and it works fine when the outside temperature is low. Inside is heated space so Im not concerned about the dehumidifier itself operating in low temps, but the specs say it works to just above freezing. Maybe if you use it for winter storage that would be a concern. Our only use is when camping.
Ours is a Eurgeen 50 pint/day model and are very happy with it. In real world use we typically have to empty the 2.5 l bin twice in 24 hours. A smaller model probably would have been adequate, but a we got a good deal on the large one. It takes less than 1 sq ft of floor space and we store it under the bed when driving.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GL78AWU..._ORo3CbRHB6YZF


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