This dehumidifier with 7,000 five-star reviews costs 30% less in Amazon’s Prime Day sale

From House Beautiful

Amazon’s Prime Day sale is in full swing and for those looking to purchase more practical items this year, a dehumidifier is worth considering.

With the damp autumn weather, chillier temperatures ahead, and more time spent at home during the pandemic, there’s never been a better time to invest in the essential – and we’ve found the dehumidifier deal you’ll want to check out.

The Pro Breeze 50ml Dehumidifier is currently on sale at £27.99 (from £39.99) in Amazon’s two-day annual event, which is exclusively for Amazon Prime members (sign up here) to enjoy on 13th and 14th October 2020.

Quickly and efficiently removing damp, mould and moisture from the air in your home, this mini dehumidifier comes highly rated by Amazon customers, too.

In fact, it’s received over 7,000 five-star reviews by shoppers who say they’re ‘so glad’ they bought it and have praised its efficiency.

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Home improvements made simpler with Amazon’s sale on DEWALT drills



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  • Amazon is ramping up its deals to get consumers ready for Prime Day 2020.
  • Right now, you can get your home ready for fall by taking care of your projects with the Big Fall Sale.
  • DEWALT 20V Max Cordless Drill Combo Kit has a big discount if you act fast.

Nobody wants to have to do work around the house or even on the house when it’s freezing cold outside. There’s a reason it’s called spring cleaning. But also, you should consider taking care of what you have to before the cold weather sets in. Amazon can help you accomplish some of that.

Before Prime Day 2020 comes, there’s the Big Fall Sale currently running on the site. This will help you and your home get ready for autumn and pressure you to take care of the improvements you need. Amazon

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Amazon’s new hardware gives its smart home devices a digital leg up with a flying camera and more

The Echo line of devices has got a major revamp, making the largely cylindrical design move towards a spherical one



Amazon has kept its annual date of launching new gizmos and it did in plenty, though only a handful would be available in India. Two of the most interesting developments involve a cloud-based gaming service subscription called Luna and the other is a home camera drone while the vertical Echo smart speakers will now sport a spherical shape and its innards have been given a digital boost.

“Our homes have become our offices, our classrooms, movie theatres and more. We believe that our homes are made better by technology—technology that you don’t have to learn and works well for everybody, whenever and wherever you are,” said David Limp, Amazon’s head of devices and services, during a virtual event.

Though cloud gaming is a good addition in the pandemic situation but

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