ProBreeze 20L Premium Dehumidifier Review

The ProBreeze 20L Premium Dehumidifier promises to radically reduce condensation and damp in a matter of days. I put it to the test in my damp home office to see how well it delivers

The ProBreeze 20L Premium Dehumidifier
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Homebuilding Verdict

The ProBreeze 20L Premium Dehumidifier with Special Laundry Mode offers a powerful and user-friendly solution to combat damp and humidity in your home, especially if you live in a listed or poorly ventilated property. This product is easy to setup and its significant water extraction (up to 20L daily) noticeably improves air quality in a matter of days. Despite a somewhat noisy operation, benefits like laundry mode, automated humidity detection, and an economical running cost make its price of £199.99 a worthwhile investment.


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    Can extract 20L water a day

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    Special laundry mode

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    Relatively cheap to run (14p / hour)

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    User-friendly design


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    Can be quite noisy

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    Price point

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As someone who lives in a listed building, the ProBreeze 20L Premium Dehumidifier promised a solution to the pervasive nuisance of damp and mould that was plaguing my home.  

For the past few years, I've been fighting a constant battle with humidity levels in my home office, failing to get on top of the problem with cheap dehumidifiers and damp absorbers. So, when I read that the ProBreeze 20L Premium Dehumidifier – available to buy on Amazon – can remove up to 20L of moisture per day, I knew I had to give it a whirl. 

Gabriella Dyson
Assistant Editor

Gabriella is Homebuilding & Renovating's Assistant Editor. She is a DIY enthusiast and a lover of all things interior design. She’s spent the past decade crafting copy for regional publications, award-winning architects, and leading UK homeware brands. 

She has a particular passion for historic buildings and listed properties, and she is currently in the process of renovating a Grade II-listed Victorian coach house in the West Country. At Homebuilding & Renovating Magazine, Gabriella is responsible for curating the magazine's home case studies and regularly contributes to the Homebuilding website.