Differences between the Meaco 12L Dehumidifiers
We now have three quality 12L dehumidifiers in our range which is causing a bit of confusion for some customers and we get asked on a regular basis what the differences are between the three models. They will all deal with your damp problems and help with condensation in a flat, apartment or a smaller house up to three bedrooms in size. But which one is best for you?
Each model has its own strong point so there are pros and cons to each model, depending on your requirements:
Best for Low Noise
Definitely the MeacoDry ABC 12L as at 35dB it is the quietest dehumidifier available.
Best for Low Energy Consumption
The Meaco 12L Low Energy dehumidifier has the lowest energy consumption of any 12L.
Best for Air Purification
The Meaco 12L Low energy wins again because it is the only one to have a HEPA filter and it also has an air purification mode.
Best for reading the display
The Meaco 12L-AH wins here as it has a jumbo display making the numbers a lot easier to read.
The Meaco 12L-AH is the only one of the three to have castors.
Best for design
A subjective one but many customers prefer the Meaco 12L-AH and they also comment that they like the way the numbers change colour depending on the humidity level. The ABC range could also win here because it is available in five different colours.
Here’s a handy table that summarises and highlights the key differences:
At the end of the day which one is best for you depends on your needs but hopefully this short guide will help make the decision process easier for you.
Whichever Meaco dehumidifer you choose it will be covered by Meaco’s two year parts and labour warranty which can be extended to five years.
If you have any further questions not covered by this article then please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01483 234900.