Guide to Klarstein dehumidifiers​​

Enjoy a healthy room climate!​

Klarstein offers a wide selection of high-quality dehumidifiers, because we like to leave tropical climates just for holidays. But which model is the right one for your home? We'll explain the differences between commercially available dehumidifiers, present the different models and clarify the most important details. Together we'll find the optimal solution for your home.​

Reasons for a room dehumidifier

Many people are unaware that dehumidifiers significantly improve both the living space and your quality of life. Especially in the bedroom, optimal humidity is important for health. The devices are ideal for ensuring a pleasant room climate at a temperature of around 18 degrees Celsius - free of excess moisture and dust particles. We wish you relaxing nights and a quiet sleep.​ ​

Our tip for your bedroom:
DryFy Pro | 20 l of dehumidification per day - high-quality processing and stylishly designed, with high performance and dreamy silent mode for your undisturbed well-being. ​

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Free of mould and pollen

By reducing moisture in the room air, the devices can contribute to mould prevention. Many Klarstein dehumidifiers are additionally equipped with a filter - so the air is not only dried, but also purified. For allergy sufferers this is a big plus, because they can breathe noticeably more freely.​

During which seasons are mould and pollen particularly problematic? This table provides you with answers: ​

Your health will thank you.

Differences between dehumidifiers

There are chemical and electrical humidifiers, with the former models being far inferior to electrical equipment with respect to performance and ongoing costs. Therefore, we recommend the use of an electrical dehumidifier. This pays off mainly in the bathroom, where high humidity regularly plays a role - and mould likes to move in as an unwanted guest.​ ​

Our tip for your bathroom: Drybest 2000 2G dehumidifier | 700 ml of dehumidification per day - highly valuable and energy-saving, in elegant black and with whisper-quiet operation for your well-deserved rest. Drybest 2000 2G dehumidifier | 700 ml of dehumidification per day - highly valuable and energy-saving, in elegant black and with whisper-quiet operation for your well-deserved rest.

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Buy dehumidifiers: your selection​​

Which dehumidifier is right for you? If the area of use is not larger than 20 m², smaller models are suitable with a capacity of around 10 litres per day. Even the drying of laundry is possible with dehumidifiers of this size - this way, you can shorten the drying time many times over.

For rooms up to 20m²​

Here, a dehumidification performance of at least 20 litres per day is recommended. For example, if the humidity rises to 65% or higher in a living room, mould growth is much more likely. ​

​​Our tip for an average-sized room: DryFy Pro Connect - the smart app control in conjunction with the integrated UV air sterilisation effectively ensure a healthy and space-saving climate.

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For rooms up to 45 m²

Here is a dehumidifier which can dehumidify up to 20 litres a day. In the bedroom, the humidity should not be higher than 50%, for example, to support a healthy and relaxing sleep.

Our tip for a smaller room: DryFy 20 dehumidifier | 20 l of dehumidification per day - powerful and visually impressive, with nylon and activated carbon filters and relaxed silent mode.​

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Room sizes

The most important information for room air humidity at a glance

Electrical dehumidifiers are superior to their chemical partners in the long run for both price and performance. Therefore, electrical appliances are the best solution for anyone who wants healthy air, dry laundry and mould-free spaces. We recommend our DryFy series that impresses with practical features, high quality and stylish designs.​ ​

Why Klarstein dehumidifiers? Here's why:​

  • Different power levels
  • Aesthetic designs
  • Practical air filters
  • Fair prices
  • 60-day right of return
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Why do I need a dehumidifying device?​​

Dehumidifiers optimise your sense of well-being and your quality of life considerably - from the body to the spirit to the home itself - and are advisable in different situations:​

  • Mould growth on the walls
  • Unpleasant room climate
  • Water damage
  • Drying after new construction
  • Damp walls
  • Musty smell
  • Rusting

Especially on cold winter days, when humid air flows from the outside inwards and down on the walls, favourable conditions for mould growth develop. Better to decide on a dehumidifier that gives you a pleasant and suitably dry home at all times as well as pure air.​ ​

Dehumidifier: electrical or chemical? Long live diversity

The widespread assumption that quickly ventilating rooms will solve moisture problems is unfortunately often wrong. When it is damper outside than in the home, the open windows bring even more moisture into the rooms. Here humidifiers come into the game - motivated and victorious. But which one should it be? We'll introduce you to the different types, explain their respective properties and clarify again why we have a clear favourite.

Electrical: adsorption dehumidifier versus condensation dehumidifier​

Adsorption dehumidifiers work with dry means to escape the humidity. The resulting condensate does not end up in a container, but goes outside via a hose and an opening in the building. Such models are unsuitable for closed rooms. ​

Condensation dehumidifiers are the most popular electrical dehumidifiers. For good reason: they are easy to operate and impress with a strong price-performance ratio. Similarly to refrigerators, condensation dehumidifiers work with a coolant. The compressor sucks in cold air, which is condensed to water which then drips into a collecting container. In return, the device dispenses dry hot air. As a result, these are excellent for closed rooms such as bathrooms, kitchens and bedrooms. ​

Chemical dehumidifiers

In contrast to electrical dehumidifiers, the chemical variant uses a white granulate which withdraws the moisture from the air. This happens without energy supply as the chemical desiccation binds the moisture and then transports it as a liquid into a container - until the agent is used up. After that, you have to buy more granules. The disadvantages are clear: a generally low admission volume and a tendency for high running costs.

Dehumidifier: home dried, health supported

Whether bedroom, kitchen or bath - in many rooms, inevitably the humidity is too high. If traditional household remedies no longer suffice, a dehumidifier is necessary. But not all models are right for every room.​​

For rooms up to 20 m², dehumidifiers are suitable with a daily rate of around 10 litres. Or to express it in Klarstein words: DryFy 10, for example. For small bathrooms, in the unfavourable case even without a window, such models for regulating humidity are equally ideal as for the faster drying of towels and similar. When a laundry rack is placed in the bathroom, it is even more practical - then the evaporated water does not land unfiltered on the walls, but rather in the dehumidifier. This also affects drying rooms with windows and basically always applies if you want to dry your laundry faster.

​ For larger spaces of 80 to 100 m², we recommend devices with a dehumidification performance of up to 30 litres per day - this can be done by the DryFy 30, for example. In large rooms, the humidity should be approximately 50% for health reasons, and when it runs over to 65% it can already promote mould. In order to enjoy a dry room climate and clean air, air dehumidifiers are often the best way. ​

To sum up

Although there is a higher investment at the beginning with electrical dehumidifiers compared to chemical dehumidifiers, they are significantly more cost-effective and have a longer operational life. In addition to the health-promoting arguments and the increased well-being by fresh air, electrical dehumidifiers can be used in a versatile way and can be adjusted as needed. ​

Klarstein recommends the DryFy series, which filters all remaining doubts from your purchasing decision with its overall value and well-formed designs. ​​

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