Lowry LDH1001 review
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Quiet and efficient is how Lowry describes its LDH1001 refrigerant dehumidifier, and these are two things that are on most people's checklist. We never take claims like this at face value and test all our dehumidifiers independently, so we know exactly how noisy they are, how much electricity they use and how good they are at getting rid of moisture. Does this one live up to the hype? Read our review to find out.
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