We are very proud of the Meaco 25L Ultra Low Energy Dehumidifier and sincerely believe that it is by far the best compressor dehumidifier in our range.  The 25L Ultra Low Energy is Europe’s first

Best Buy Dehumidifier

The Meaco 25L Ultra Low Energy Dehumidifier beats off the competition to be awarded T3 Magazine’s Best Buy award

DC Invertor dehumidifier and it is the DC Invertor technology that makes the 25L so much more energy efficient than other machines and quieter.

The facts are that the 25L Ultra Low Energy Dehumidifier is the cheapest way to remove water from the air, it will remove more water than any other domestic dehumidifier and in low fan speed it is the quietest Meaco compressor dehumidifier, almost as quiet as a desiccant dehumidifier.

So the 25L Ultra Low Energy Dehumidifier ticks all of the boxes that customers want when they are looking for a dehumidifier.

This is why Good Housekeeping Magazine found it worthy of a Tried and Tested award and T3 Magazine gave it a Best Buy award.

DehumidifiersReviewsHQ said that the 25L represented “the pinnacle of truly smart technology in the home and has allowed Meaco to make the 25L a genuinely ‘hands-off’ dehumidifier.”

The 25L works really well for so many applications.

  • Happy at lower temperatures
  • Great at normal and high temperatures
  • Brilliant at drying washing
  • Auto modes to keep an eye on your unoccupied home/boat/caravan
  • Perfect control modes for museums
  • Really quiet for day to day use outside your bedroom

As time goes by more and more people are discovering just how good the 25L is and I would urge you to have a good look at the 25l before you decide which dehumidifier to buy.  Yes it is the most expensive dehumidifier in our range but it is also the best compressor dehumidifier and as I often found the price is soon forgotten by the quality is remembered forever.

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Author: Chris Michael

Chris Michael has been in the humidity business since 1989 and founded Meaco in 1991. Much of his knowledge comes from the numerous years spent working with museums and art galleries across Europe controlling and measuring relative humidity to protect the works of art. He is a regular guest speaker on relative humidity at the British Library and is always happy to pass on his knowledge in a practical way to his customers. Outside of Meaco Chris is married with four children and is very active in the local community, especially through youth sport. Further thoughts can be found on Google+ and Twitter