Honeywell Home dehumidifiers remove moisture from your home to help you maintain desired humidity levels. Excess humidity promotes mold growth and condensation, and may even contribute to increased energy usage. Dehumidify your home for comfort and maintenance with dehumidification products.
The first model I would like to present you is a classic white color non-programmable thermostat. Its dimensions are 4.5 x 1.5 x 3.4 inches so we can say that it has regular size and shape as an average on-programmable thermostat. This model is compatible with the heat pump system and one heat or one cool conventional system.
The Honeywell TP50WK is designed with portability and efficiency in mind. It boasts a sturdy, compact body featuring a glossy white color that compliments any room design. This unit also features a 6 ft power cord for easy connection to the power supply. It was built with environmental friendly refrigerant R410-A, which goes a long way as compared to other dehumidifier in the market.
The Honeywell TP70WK and TP70PWK are both 50-pint units (previously 70-pint) with similar features and functionality except for the built-in pump on the latter. Both models effectively extract up to 50 pints of moisture from the air in large rooms up to 4,000 square feet.
They come with a 14-pint tank with a tank full alert and auto shutoff. This is around average size for a 50-pint unit. The largest to this day is the Frigidaire’s 16.9-pint bucket. The Honeywell unit is a little bigger and heavier than most 50-pint dehumidifiers.
The Honeywell TP70WKN drew slightly less power than most other 50 pint dehumidifiers we tested. The Honeywell drew 563 watts while most other units drew approx. 570 watts. The most power hungry 50 pint units drew up to 610 watts.
The Honeywell was an average to above average performer in our moisture removal tests – it lowered room humidity just about as fast or slightly faster than the average 50 pint dehumidifier we tested.