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Eva-Dry 1100 Petite Dehumidifier

- Powerful, Quiet, and Efficient

Eva-Dry 1100 Petite Dehumidifier Customers love this product!
4.5 out of 5 based on 12 reviews.

Qty

1-2
3+

Price

$59.95/ea
$49.95/ea



The EDV1100 is a mini-capacity, electric petite compact dehumidifier. The unit works in areas of the home that are up to 1,100 cubic feet. It's effectiveness is measured in gathering approximately 8 oz. of water per day at 86° F and 80% R.H. Additional specifications of the EDV1100 includes: a power adapter of 9V DC 2.5AMP, power consumption of 22.5W, 16 oz. capacity removable water tank and an automatic water level detector switch to indicate tank is full. The unit measures 6"L x 4 ½"W x 8 ½"H and carries a UPC # of 832856000206.

Instruction Manual (1.6MB / PDF)

110V AC Standard Power Cord Included
The Eva-Dry 1100 is equipped with a standard
110V power supply.

Dehumidifier Uses:

  • Bathrooms/Laundry Rooms: Eva-Dry absorbs excess moisture form vapor related activities, and helps dry fabrics faster.
  • Bedrooms: While absorbing excess moisture you are also reducing dust activity, and consequently the risk of allergies.
  • Vacation Homes: Absorbs musty odors from stagnant air, and prevents damage caused by excess moisture.
  • Basements: Protects stored clothing and tools from damage caused by excess moisture.
  • Storage Spaces: Protects your stored clothing, electronics, and furniture from damage caused by excess moisture.
  • Stored Boats/RVs/Classic Cars: Protects storage from damage caused by excess moisture and musty odors from stagnant air.

 

Testimonials

"I bought this a few weeks ago, and couldn't be more pleased with it." Read More Testimonials

  • Anon A on 6/29/14
    ( 5.0 out of 5 )
    Besides being adorable and contemporary looking, it works fabulously! It pulls a lot of water out of the air in here - I have it working in a rather large room - I am strongly considering getting it a sister or brother to help with the process. Even with the A/C on, it is AMAZING how much water it pulls out of the air. The pan fills in about 2 1/2 -3 days to shutoff. I live in the Northeast near NYC and our humidity at night is 100% nearly every night and often 70-80 during the days .. EVEN if the temps are cool, the humidity is way up this time of year. I do not like humidity. It makes papers limp, tape does not hold on things, papers and pictures curl, the air feels damp and heavy and I don't feel as energetic (all even with the a/c on because this place is not air tight). The Eva-dry Petite Dehumidifier helps, I can FEEL a difference. I love it!
     
  • Anon A on 4/29/13
    ( 5.0 out of 5 )
    I bought this a few weeks ago, and couldn't be more pleased with it. I have an older house, and the bathroom does not have an exhaust fan. It was taking forever for the post-shower fog to dissipate, and the moisture in the tub/shower area was causing distressing amounts of mildew to develop. Since installing an exhaust fan will remain beyond my means for the foreseeable future, I thought I'd try a small dehumidifier. (Small house, small bathroom, small dehumidifier.) First, I got the Sunpentown SD-350 60-Watt Mini Dehumidifier; it seemed to work ok -- particularly compared to having nothing at all -- but after about 8 months, it just stopped working one day. Then I got this little sucker, and now I think the Sunpentown was a complete and total waste of money.
     
  • Anon A on 5/29/13
    ( 4.0 out of 5 )
    I bought this small dehumidifier to combat the sticky feeling I had in my bedroom. The temperature of the room was fine, but I always felt a bit clammy. The small size works fine to keep the room feeling more comfortable than before. I'm pleased with how it works so far. Haven't had any problems with it - it shuts off when the resevoir gets full & is easy to empty. It really is very small, but it works great. I recommend it for small rooms like nursery, bedroom, bathroom (though I imagine it would fill very quickly in a room that is frequently humid), closets.
     
  • Anon A on 6/29/13
    ( 5.0 out of 5 )
    I have had this unit for about three months now, working non-stop 24/7 and love it! This thing is so small, only a little bigger than a box of Kleenexes! It smelled a little strange for a week or so, as it got the factory smell out, but now smells fine. It is rated for 8oz/day at 86F 80% RH, but who keeps there house that hot! We live in wet wet Portland, Oregon and keep our house around 65-71F. It fills it's tank (16oz) about once a week. Seems about right with the specifications since we keep things cool. Our small 11x5 bathroom is now much drier and we don't have to keep the ceiling fan on all day to have dry towels.
     
  • Anon A on 7/29/13
    ( 4.0 out of 5 )
    As a full time RV'er with my home base in South Carolina I was very pleased with this little dehumidifier. What a pleasure it is to wake up in the mornings with a clear head when the humidity outside at 95% even before its starts to rain. Have one up front and one in the back bedroom, would recommend this unit to anyone who lives in swamp conditions like us.
     
  • Anon A on 8/29/13
    ( 5.0 out of 5 )
    All I know of dehumidifiers is that they are loud. This thing is quiet. It does make noise, but nothing like a compressor type unit. It's more like the white noise of leaving the TV on (well old TVs anyhow). I use it in a bedroom closet with sliding doors and if I just put the doors in front of it, I can hardly hear it at all. Some have said 'whisper' quiet, but that's only true in the sense of a 3 year old whispering such that the entire church hears it and turns to see my red face. Anyway... It uses 2.5 amps (12 volt) so it's doing more than just blowing air across fins. In my bedroom (120 sq ft of 1100 sq ft condo) it will fill that hopper (about 1.5 cups) in a little over a week. I suspect that the more moisture in the air the less effective a device has to be to draw water out of it, but it got the air dry enough in there that we were concerned about getting too dry for the baby.
     
  • Anon A on 9/29/13
    ( 4.0 out of 5 )
    I play guitar, I own two. One happens to be an expensive Taylor "400 series". That guitar has to be kept in an area where the humidity is between 47-55%. I happen to live in Puerto Rico, where high humidity is a norm. My bedroom temp. is maintained between 64-67 degrees constant. However, the humidity level was always between 70-85% much too high. I unwrapped my Eva-dry Petite, placed it on my dresser, plugged it in and walked out and closed the door to the room...At the moment the humidity level was 79%. A few hours later (41/2-5hours) I checked in to see how the little puppy was doing. The tank contained approx. and inch and a half of water, and the humidity level was down to 74%. I was delighted! Can't wait to see the reading in the morning. By morning, based on this I expect to find a reading of 65% humidity, and it should all be downhill from there. I think this will be money well spent. You can register it on line for a one year warranty.
     
  • Anon A on 10/29/13
    ( 5.0 out of 5 )
    I've been using this for three weeks now, every day, and it's amazing. I use it in a bedroom that has thick 200 year old stone walls. The room is naturally cool, due to the stone, so I wasn't sure if this would work well considering it says the optimal use is in an 80 degree environment. I'm using this dehumidifier in 60-70 degrees and it takes out a lot of moisture - I have emptied the container at least 7 times over the past three weeks - which is impressive considering the temperature is cool. It's relatively quiet (not silent), easy to empty, and really works great! The unit is very small, perfect for a closet, bath or bedroom. Great item!
     
  • Anon A on 11/29/13
    ( 4.0 out of 5 )
    I recently moved into an apartment that has a small bathroom with terrible ventilation. Whenever we would take a shower, the room would quickly steam up, and would stay humid all day. This eventually caused some mold to start growing on our ceiling. We looked around for a dehumidifier, and ultimately settled on this one based on others' reviews. It works perfectly! Since the day we plugged this in, the bathroom has been much more dry, and our mold problem is gone. The tank fills up almost twice a week, and is simple to empty right into the sink. Even if we forget, the auto-off feature when the tank gets full is perfect, and it starts right back up after it's emptied. It runs quietly enough that we can't even hear it unless we're in the bathroom, and it's a noise that is so easy to ignore, it just becomes part of the white noise and I often don't even remember it's there. I can't speak to how this would perform in a bigger area, but in our small bathroom, this is the perfect product.
     
  • Anon A on 12/29/13
    ( 5.0 out of 5 )
    I love my Eva-Dry it really works! I don't have mold in the bathroom any more. I was shocked that the petite could make such a difference. People don't have a clue.
     

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