Ivation IVADM35 Mini Specification
|Product||Ivation IVADM35 Mini|
9.6 x 14.2 x 7.3 in
(24.4 x 36.1 x 18.5 cm)
|Weight||4.85 lb (2.2 kg)|
|Coverage (up to)||2200 ft3|
|Water tank||68 oz|
|Power consumption||72 watt|
|Auto shut off|
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- Advanced Peltier technology (2,200 cubic feet)
- One push button control with water tank full indicator
- Removable 68 oz Water Reservoir
- Operate at 86° Fahrenheit and 80% relative humidity
- Silent operation
- Auto shuts Off
- 1 year warranty
Ivation IVADM35 Mini review
- Very easy to use mini dehumidifier.
- Deep water tank capacity that holds approximately 3 days worth of dehumidifying.
- Whisper-quiet Peltier technology.
- Automatically shut down when the bucket is full.
- Slow dehumidifying that is only meant for RV, wardrobe or cabinet.
- Considerably bulky and pricey for a mini dehumidifier.
A conventional Thermo-Electric dehumidifier with a slightly odd control placement. Ivation IVADM35 has a portable and practical design that you should be familiar with. At an 8.6 x 13.8 x 7 in dimension and 6.9 lb in weight, it is taller and much heavier than most entry-level dehumidifiers. The single button controls are located at the top with 2 LED indicators next to it. The green indicator will lit up once you turn on IVADM35 and the yellow light will lit once the water tank is full. Moving on, you have the air inlet located at the front with the air outlet located on both sides. The semi-transparent water tank is also at the usual spot. Removing the reservoir for emptying is easy thanks to the smooth bottom surface. Rounding up the features, there is a lift-slot at the back for easy carrying, standard DC power socket, and 4 rubber feet for enhanced stability.
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What’s inside countFor those that are unfamiliar with a thermoelectric dehumidifier. Ivation IVADM35 is powered by Peltier technology that is silent, efficient with no moving parts. The dehumidifier drain moisture through the conversion of temperature differential into electricity. The damp air will be pulled into the cold and heat sink module to perform condensation before releasing out as dry air. The extracted will then drip down to the water tank for manual emptying.
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