Russell Hobbs 20 Litre RHDH2002 review
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The Russell Hobbs 20L Dehumidifier RHDH2002 is designed for large rooms and has a timer and auto setting. Read our full dehumidifier review to find out if it impressed in our tests.
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- Width34.5 cm
- Height50 cm
- Depth24.5 cm
- Length of power cord155 cm
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