BARGAIN hunters are racing to nab dehumidifiers that have been massively reduced in Black Friday sales.
So if your clothes are taking forever to dry, you’re reluctant to turn the heating on this winter or you’ve got damp that you can’t shift, don’t worry, you’ve come to the right place.
One savvy shopper took to social media to alert others to the epic dehumidifiers that she spotted in Black Friday sales.
Posting on Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, a private Facebook group with a staggering 2.3 million members, Na Omi shared screenshots of the reduced dehumidifiers and said: “Black Friday is the perfect time for getting a dehumidifier if your house is damp or prone to it.
“Also great for if you dry laundry indoors or if you love hot baths but don’t love all the condensation.
“Makes my place feel warmer than it actually is with less humid damp air around.
“Stay safe, stay warm and breathe well bargain hunters.”
So if you haven’t yet got your hands on a dehumidifier and want to nab yourself an epic deal, there’s a 10L dehumidifier from B&Q, that was once £135, but has now been slashed to just £95, saving you £40.
Not only this, but the money-saving whizz also spotted that a 10L lowdehumidifier from The Range had also been massively reduced.
Once priced at an eye-watering £209.99, the home gadget has now been marked at £109.99, saving you a whopping £100.
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Na later confirmed that she nabbed the £95 dehumidifier from B&Q and has been very impressed with it.
Not only this, but she claimed that it is super cheap to run too, as she wrote: “Mine costs about 3p an hour to run, only gonna be using it as and when (mostly to dry laundry or if I’ve had a long hot shower).”
She also revealed how great it’s been for drying her washing, as she penned: “The B&Q one dried one medium size washing load in two hours rather than two days.”
The savvy saver shared her post just a few days ago, but it has quickly amassed 90 likes and 181 comments.
Facebook users were eager to take to the comments to share their thoughts on the reduced dehumidifiers.
One person said: “I got one today. Amazed how much water it collected in a couple of hours.”
Another added: “I brought one last year. It’s brilliant and takes 99% of the water out of the washing in a few hours, better than a tumble dryer and a lot cheaper.”
A third commented: “Best thing I’ve brought!”
Whilst another user beamed: “I’ve got the one shown from The Range and it is brilliant!”
Best Early Black Friday Deals 2023
BLACK Friday and Cyber Monday are fast approaching, and we’re already seeing some early discounts from retailers. Here are our top picks from the sales so far:
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- Oodie Hooded Blanket, £35.60 (save £53) – buy here
- Simba Mattress, save up to 55% – shop here
- L’OR Coffee Machine Bundle, £59 (save £105) – buy here
- Emma Mattress, up to 65% off w/ code THESUN – shop here
- Amazon Fire TV 55-inch, £149.99 (save £400) – buy here
- Soap & Glory Spa Classics, £34.50 (save £35.50) – buy here
- Dyson at eBay, save up to 15% – shop here
- Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer at Wowcher, save 30% – buy here
- Ninja Air Fryer, £79.99 (save £100) – buy here
- Echo Pop, £34.98 save (save £10) – buy here
- Virgin Broadband, get 3 months FREE – shop here
- PS5 Call of Duty MW3 Bundle, £410 (save £130) – buy here
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Meanwhile, someone else asked: “Does it help to dry clothes? I’ve seen someone post a different one that helps dry clothes too.”
In response, Na confirmed: “The one I got (the £95 B&Q offer) doesn’t have a button for laundry mode, however the manual says it does have one, it’s just ‘continuous’ (press the down button loads).
“It dried two loads of my laundry today. Top tip is if you put a bed sheet over the top of your clothes rack/clothes horse then it acts like it’s aroom – so gets dry soooo quick.
“Mine was about one and a half to two hours. Usually it takes my place two days to completely dry clothes indoors.”
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