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If the air in your room is too humid, allergens and respiratory diseases will seriously affect the quality of life. The dehumidifier removes excess water from your room and prevents stains and musty odors in the first place.


! ! ! ! Please place the product at least 0.5 meters away from the wall to ensure that the product works normally.

What problems can the dehumidifier solve for you?
Remove excess water in small spaces.
Keep clothes and bedding dry and clean.
Dry the clothes in the closet.
Create a healthy and comfortable living environment.

The dehumidifier is suitable for small rooms. (5-10㎡)
For example: small bathroom, small bedroom, small enclosed kitchen, caravan, etc.

Voltage: DC9V
Dehumidification capacity: about 300ml/day, (30°C, RH80%)
Water tank capacity: 700ml
Power: 23W
Size: 163*107*267mm.
Weight: 920g
Use range: Power cord: 1.5m

Package Included:
Dehumidifier *1

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