Danby 60 Pint Dehumidifier

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Danby 60 Pint Dehumidifier
Price: $104.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Thursday, Aug 04 to Friday, Aug 05) + transit
Condition: Refurbished


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Product Page with Reviews and Manual

I had two of these I bought new. Both stopped working after a few months. I assumed the coolant leaked since they made the same noises but stopped collecting water. I bought a different brand as replacements and ran all together and the new ones filled up while the Danby ones stayed dry.

Bought one last offer. Set up in my basement. Connected the drain line up to my ceiling, across the ceiling and down into my sink. Works great so far. Much better than emptying the bucket everyday.

I just bought one of these about a month back. They work great. There are only two issues I have with them. 1) my electric bill skyrocketed and 2) they put out a LOT of heat. Your basement will lose the water but will gain a ton of heat.

I’ve had a Danby for the last 2 years and it has worked great. Does a good job removing moisture from my basement.

My only complaint is removing the collection reservoir and putting it back in can be frustrating to line up. I also believe the hose port is a non-standard sized hose port so you have to use their hose (instead of a standard garden hose)

I bought one the last time it was offered to supplement the dehumidifier that I already had. It seems to work well enough, although that corner of the basement must have been damper than I thought. The bucket fills up in less than 24 hours. It seems to put out more heat than the old dehumidfier.

My biggest complaint is that the bucket is flimsy. I use the water for watering plants outside. The bucket does not have a pouring spout, and the folding handle doesn’t feel like it is going to hold up over the long run.

Danby’s website says model DDR60A3GP has a pump to drain the water out. The model listed here on Woot is slightly different DDR60A3GP-R with the “-R” at the end. What’s the difference? Does the one on Woot still have the pump?

Yes. The pump is referenced a few times in the features.

The -R stands for refurbished.