Pro Breeze 12L/Day Dehumidifier with Digital Humidity Display, Sleep Mode, Continuous Drainage, Laundry Drying and 24 Hour Timer – Ideal for Damp and Condensation, Quiet Mark Certified


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Water Extraction 12L 10L 20L 30L
Water Tank Capacity 1.8L 3L 5.5L 3L
Size (LxWxH) (cm) 21.7 x 29.6 x 43.7 31.7 x 21.3 x 50 58 x 32 x 30 38.6 x 26 x 50
Room Size large large large large
Timer 24h 2, 4, 8, 12h 24h 24h
LED Display


Weight: 9.5 kg
Dimensions: 49.5 x 28.5 x 24 cm; 9.5 Kilograms
Brand: Pro Breeze
Model: PB-06-AE
Colour: White
Colour: White

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219 Responses

  1. TimothyMartins says:

     United Kingdom

    I leave it on 24 hrs a day in the bedroom at the moment.. As we have very high humidity. Uninsulated solid brick walls. I turn it into night mode at bedtime, all the lights on the control panel are off, unfortunately nightmode has a setting of 50% this means that it is on more or less constant.. The fan runs all the time, I imagine to draw air in to check the humidity level.. The fan has 2 speeds, but still you can hear it.. If the humidity is above the selected level, then the compressor kicks in, noise level increases.. After a couple of nights you get used to the noise level.. I get a full tank everyday, so to me this is doing its job.. No more condensation on the bedroom windows now in the mornings.

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    So my house has a lot of problems with damp normally and during winter with the heating on, it becomes a necessity to have a dehumidifier. I was very skeptical at first but decided to chance it. I was surprised how good this works. Pretty much as a charm. Its overall silent, quick and I have hardly any issues with damp anymore. It’s pretty big, do take some space though. However I have just found a perfect spot for it so it’s not in the way. Even the dog who is kinda fuzzy and don’t like noisy things is happy with it — it’s enough quiet for her naps. I keep it on during the day for a couple hours and at night the same.

    Worth mentioning it sure helped as well with our overall health too which I suppose was caused by the excess humidity and the damp. Very glad I have invested on this and totally recommended.

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Although I echo the positive reviews regarding how quiet and efficient this machine is – it has an annoying oversight in Night Mode that is very frustrating. Even though this mode is meant to avoid disrupting sleep (it goes quieter and all the lights turn off) – if the tank fills up then all the lights turn on and flash really brightly until its emptied. I find that it’s woken me up so many times that I’ve started to put book on top of it to cover the LEDs in case it fills up in the night.

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Although I echo the positive reviews regarding how quiet and efficient this machine is – it has an annoying oversight in Night Mode that is very frustrating. Even though this mode is meant to avoid disrupting sleep (it goes quieter and all the lights turn off) – if the tank fills up then all the lights turn on and flash really brightly until its emptied. I find that it’s woken me up so many times that I’ve started to put book on top of it to cover the LEDs in case it fills up in the night.

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Although I echo the positive reviews regarding how quiet and efficient this machine is – it has an annoying oversight in Night Mode that is very frustrating. Even though this mode is meant to avoid disrupting sleep (it goes quieter and all the lights turn off) – if the tank fills up then all the lights turn on and flash really brightly until its emptied. I find that it’s woken me up so many times that I’ve started to put book on top of it to cover the LEDs in case it fills up in the night.

  6. Tanaya Narendra says:

     United Kingdom

    Although I echo the positive reviews regarding how quiet and efficient this machine is – it has an annoying oversight in Night Mode that is very frustrating. Even though this mode is meant to avoid disrupting sleep (it goes quieter and all the lights turn off) – if the tank fills up then all the lights turn on and flash really brightly until its emptied. I find that it’s woken me up so many times that I’ve started to put book on top of it to cover the LEDs in case it fills up in the night.

  7. ValentiXCDA says:

     United Kingdom

    Works really well, gone from having water running off my windows each morning to them being dry. The dehumidifier isn’t the quietest though, it is fine in normal operation, but a couple of times it will just make some really loud noises (I think switching on or off the compressor or something like that). But it will definitely disturb light sleepers. The lights on top of the machine are also really bright and irritating, they will go off in sleep mode though, but don’t let the machine get full overnight or you will be woken up by the strobe light coming off the top of the machine.

  8. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Disclaimer – I don’t have any previous experience with dehumidifiers.
    Bought to dry out a garden room that had been plastered and was soaking wet inside. Literally water running down the plastic sheeting behind the plasterboard. It was 99% humidity for two weeks before buying the dehumidifier. After a week it was down to under 60%, and had removed over 30litres of water.

    Forget 12L/day, you would struggle to get this in practice. At 99% humidity and temperature ranging from 15-21 degrees it was pulling out about 6-7L/day. It is much for efficient than I though it was going to be. Costs about 5-6p/hr according to the smart meter.

    The hose for continuous draining is great. I just used it with a bucket to increase the capacity to 10litres from the 1.8 internal container. By attaching the hose it automatically activates it.

    It is too noisy to have on whilst being in the same room. It would get very annoying very quickly. It has the horrible noise of a fridge but is about the same volume as a Combi boiler. In the house I move it around and just put it in a room I’m not using. It is not too heavy to carry one handed and can be wheeled easily too.

    In summary I didn’t know what to expect, but it certainly works and completely dried out a soaking wet garden office in 10-14days. I would like it to be quieter but otherwise pretty happy with it. Hope that helps.

  9. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Disclaimer – I don’t have any previous experience with dehumidifiers.
    Bought to dry out a garden room that had been plastered and was soaking wet inside. Literally water running down the plastic sheeting behind the plasterboard. It was 99% humidity for two weeks before buying the dehumidifier. After a week it was down to under 60%, and had removed over 30litres of water.

    Forget 12L/day, you would struggle to get this in practice. At 99% humidity and temperature ranging from 15-21 degrees it was pulling out about 6-7L/day. It is much for efficient than I though it was going to be. Costs about 5-6p/hr according to the smart meter.

    The hose for continuous draining is great. I just used it with a bucket to increase the capacity to 10litres from the 1.8 internal container. By attaching the hose it automatically activates it.

    It is too noisy to have on whilst being in the same room. It would get very annoying very quickly. It has the horrible noise of a fridge but is about the same volume as a Combi boiler. In the house I move it around and just put it in a room I’m not using. It is not too heavy to carry one handed and can be wheeled easily too.

    In summary I didn’t know what to expect, but it certainly works and completely dried out a soaking wet garden office in 10-14days. I would like it to be quieter but otherwise pretty happy with it. Hope that helps.

  10. SammieMaclanach says:

     United Kingdom

    Disclaimer – I don’t have any previous experience with dehumidifiers.
    Bought to dry out a garden room that had been plastered and was soaking wet inside. Literally water running down the plastic sheeting behind the plasterboard. It was 99% humidity for two weeks before buying the dehumidifier. After a week it was down to under 60%, and had removed over 30litres of water.

    Forget 12L/day, you would struggle to get this in practice. At 99% humidity and temperature ranging from 15-21 degrees it was pulling out about 6-7L/day. It is much for efficient than I though it was going to be. Costs about 5-6p/hr according to the smart meter.

    The hose for continuous draining is great. I just used it with a bucket to increase the capacity to 10litres from the 1.8 internal container. By attaching the hose it automatically activates it.

    It is too noisy to have on whilst being in the same room. It would get very annoying very quickly. It has the horrible noise of a fridge but is about the same volume as a Combi boiler. In the house I move it around and just put it in a room I’m not using. It is not too heavy to carry one handed and can be wheeled easily too.

    In summary I didn’t know what to expect, but it certainly works and completely dried out a soaking wet garden office in 10-14days. I would like it to be quieter but otherwise pretty happy with it. Hope that helps.

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Disclaimer – I don’t have any previous experience with dehumidifiers.
    Bought to dry out a garden room that had been plastered and was soaking wet inside. Literally water running down the plastic sheeting behind the plasterboard. It was 99% humidity for two weeks before buying the dehumidifier. After a week it was down to under 60%, and had removed over 30litres of water.

    Forget 12L/day, you would struggle to get this in practice. At 99% humidity and temperature ranging from 15-21 degrees it was pulling out about 6-7L/day. It is much for efficient than I though it was going to be. Costs about 5-6p/hr according to the smart meter.

    The hose for continuous draining is great. I just used it with a bucket to increase the capacity to 10litres from the 1.8 internal container. By attaching the hose it automatically activates it.

    It is too noisy to have on whilst being in the same room. It would get very annoying very quickly. It has the horrible noise of a fridge but is about the same volume as a Combi boiler. In the house I move it around and just put it in a room I’m not using. It is not too heavy to carry one handed and can be wheeled easily too.

    In summary I didn’t know what to expect, but it certainly works and completely dried out a soaking wet garden office in 10-14days. I would like it to be quieter but otherwise pretty happy with it. Hope that helps.

  12. RomanAyers says:

     United Kingdom

    I don’t have a lot of experience with dehumidifiers, I got this one because of some mold issues developing in my bathroom. I basically have this on all the time and it works great, the bedroom is right next door to the bathroom and I have no issues with the noise when the doors are closed.

    Really happy with this product, and I also have the added bonus of nice clean water to give to my fussy plants.

  13. CredibleMarkets says:

     United Kingdom

    Great dehumidifier especially for larger rooms. The noise level is ok the more irritating feature is the bright blue light in stand by. If buying for a bedroom you’ll either want to switch off at the plug each night or tape over that thing unless you like that blue dazzle.

    Haven’t used the hose function for it as it does the job well enough with just the collector.

    Sensor seems to work well and the overall product is decently made imho.

  14. Kalongkong Hiker says:

     United Kingdom

    Great dehumidifier especially for larger rooms. The noise level is ok the more irritating feature is the bright blue light in stand by. If buying for a bedroom you’ll either want to switch off at the plug each night or tape over that thing unless you like that blue dazzle.

    Haven’t used the hose function for it as it does the job well enough with just the collector.

    Sensor seems to work well and the overall product is decently made imho.

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Great dehumidifier especially for larger rooms. The noise level is ok the more irritating feature is the bright blue light in stand by. If buying for a bedroom you’ll either want to switch off at the plug each night or tape over that thing unless you like that blue dazzle.

    Haven’t used the hose function for it as it does the job well enough with just the collector.

    Sensor seems to work well and the overall product is decently made imho.

  16. Rizwan Virk says:

     United Kingdom

    Great dehumidifier especially for larger rooms. The noise level is ok the more irritating feature is the bright blue light in stand by. If buying for a bedroom you’ll either want to switch off at the plug each night or tape over that thing unless you like that blue dazzle.

    Haven’t used the hose function for it as it does the job well enough with just the collector.

    Sensor seems to work well and the overall product is decently made imho.

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This does it job well but it is not ‘whisper quiet’. No matter what speed you use(2-Hi-Low),there is a very high pitch noise that comes on about 20 seconds into operation.We thought we would use it in the bedroom,no.So it is used in the back kitchen or wherever needed with a door closed.It does take the water out very well,so we are pleased on that fact.

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersOverall this is a good dehumidifier in terms of lowering the humidity, but there are a couple of problems with it.
    The first is that it can be noisy at times, sounding like a dishwasher in use, and not something you would want to have in the room with you when watching TV or trying to sleep. The noise level varies unpredictably, so at times it’s OK.
    The second issue is the claim of removing 12 litres of water a day. This figure will only be achieved in conditions of temperature and humidity beyond what you would get in a home (this is revealed in the handbook). I have mine in the kitchen and it will typically remove 2 litres a day (which is about equivalent to having to empty the full tank of water once a day). I found it can’t really get the room below 50% humidity, although you can set it as low as 30% as a target. It’s very heavy, even when empty, although having both a handle and wheels means it is not too bad to reposition.

  19. Blog Admin says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersOverall this is a good dehumidifier in terms of lowering the humidity, but there are a couple of problems with it.
    The first is that it can be noisy at times, sounding like a dishwasher in use, and not something you would want to have in the room with you when watching TV or trying to sleep. The noise level varies unpredictably, so at times it’s OK.
    The second issue is the claim of removing 12 litres of water a day. This figure will only be achieved in conditions of temperature and humidity beyond what you would get in a home (this is revealed in the handbook). I have mine in the kitchen and it will typically remove 2 litres a day (which is about equivalent to having to empty the full tank of water once a day). I found it can’t really get the room below 50% humidity, although you can set it as low as 30% as a target. It’s very heavy, even when empty, although having both a handle and wheels means it is not too bad to reposition.

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