Blyss Excellence 28L WDH-1150DB-30R review
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The Blyss Excellence 28L dehumidifier has a large 28-litre claimed-extraction capacity, which makes it sound ideal for large rooms where you have problems with damp or condensation. We put all our dehumidifiers to the test - running them at both 10°C and 21°C to see how well they do at pulling moisture from the air in different environments. Read our Blyss Excellence review to find out how this Blyss dehumidifier did when we put it through its paces in our rigorous lab tests.
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