Today, we’re taking a look at Tosot Dehumidifiers (30, 50, and 70 Pint). As you may have figured out, all three of these dehumidifiers are designed to extract different amounts of humidity, per day. Each one has a few distinct differences, and we’re going to look at the differences between them, and which one is the best choice for you.
Now, a dehumidifier is the opposite of a humidifier. A humidifier is designed to convert water into moisture that seeps into your air. The right amount of humidity has a number of excellent health benefits. However, too much humidity can easily lead to a variety of different health issues. With a dehumidifier, you are able to remove that excess humidity, in order to maintain the adequate humidity levels.
Now, let’s get started with the Tosot 30 Pint!
The Tosot 30 Pint Dehumidifier
Using the Tosot 30 Pint Dehumidifier, you are able to remove up to 30 pints of water, in a single 24-hour period. Now, in gallons – since we are dealing with water – 30 pints is equivalent to 4 gallons, which is quite a bit of moisture.
With this particular dehumidifier, your best bet is using it in a basement, or even an attic. That’s due to how much moisture it can remove, and the fact that basements tend to attract an unusually large amount of humidity, and also due to the Maximum Area Coverage – or “MAC”, for short – that the Tosot 30 Pint Dehumidifier offers.
Using the Tosot 30 Pint Dehumidifier, you can completely dehumidify a space that is up to 1,500 square feet. So, you can dehumidify your living room, your attic, and, of course, your basement. In some cases, even your entire apartment.
One of the reasons Tosot has become so popular over the years, is because all of their products are “Energy-Star Rated”, which simply means they use less electricity. Because of this, you can use this dehumidifier for a long period of time, and it won’t cause a massive spike in your electric bill.
Due to this low energy usage and the design of the motor, the dehumidifier doesn’t produce much sound either. Running at either 48 decibels, which is the maximum noise, or lower than that. For comparison, 48 decibels is, according to information that Tosot has provided, the sound of a secluded suburban street.
The Tosot 50 Pint Dehumidifier
Unlike the Tosot 30 Pint Dehumidifier, the Tosot 50 Pint Dehumidifier can’t remove 30 pints of moisture in a single 24-hour period, it can remove 50 pints of moisture! In gallons, that is 6 gallons of moisture, making this a very efficient and very powerful dehumidifier.
Along with the increase in moisture that is removed, you also have the fact that this dehumidifier can fully dehumidify a space that is up to 3,000 square-feet.
Other than that, though, the features are, more or less, the exact same. However, due to the minimal difference in price, it may be worth it to pick up the Tosot 50 Pint Dehumidifier, simply due to the fact that you get a lot more power and a lot more flexibility, with the Tosot 50 Pint Dehumidifier.
The Tosot 70 Pint Dehumidifier
Finally, we come to the Tosot 70 Pint Dehumidifier.
Chances are, you’ve figured out that the Tosot 70 Pint Dehumidifier is able to remove up to 70 pints – or 9 gallons – of moisture from your air, within a 24-hour period.
Naturally, this is quite a bit of power to have at your disposal, and paired with the 4,500 square-foot Maximum Area Coverage, this is a truly powerful dehumidifier.
However, for most people, they simply don’t need this much power, so it’s not exactly a necessary purchase.
If you do want to dehumidify a very large space, though, this isn’t a bad dehumidifier to consider, due to the features mentioned above. Spaces such as offices and even the entirety of your home – assuming it’s just one-floor, unless you intend to move it around – work very well with this dehumidifier.
Ultimately, all three of these dehumidifiers are within a very similar price range. Because of this, you should purchase a dehumidifier that gives you some flexibility.
For example, if you want to dehumidify a space that is 3,000 square feet, instead of picking up the Tosot 50 Pint, pick up the Tosot 70 Pint, because if you ever move or want some extra power, you’ll have it!
Other than that, though, the differences between these dehumidifiers are minimal.