Electriq CD20LE-V2 review
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With a large 20-litre extraction claim, the Electriq CD20LE-V2 dehumidifier might be just the machine for the job if you have a large space that suffers from damp and condensation. We test dehumidifiers to see how much water they can suck from the air, as well as how much energy they use while doing it. Read our full review to see if this Electriq dehumidifier lives up to the manufacturer's claims.
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