Wireless Dehumdifier for Kegerator Condensation

This Wireless Dehumidifier looks similar to the Top Find – Eva Dry 500 – Review and should perform a similar function.  It contains desiccant material that absorbs moisture (in places like your kegerator).  The desiccant beads change colors as this takes place to let you know when the unit needs to be recharged.  Plugging in the unit activates the built in heater and drives off accumulated moisture.

Renewable Wireless Mini Dehumidifier (1, Round)

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5 thoughts on “Wireless Dehumdifier for Kegerator Condensation

  1. Anonymous

    Tried to dry it out in the basement didnt work. Took it upstairs and covered the unit with a kitchen towel to dry it out. Then the balls turned blue.. The EVA Dry ones come wrapped in plastic so the balls are blue.. theses aren’t .

  2. Anonymous

    These are crap. I reviewed one on amazon. They’re crap. Did I mention they’re crap? Yeah, they’re crap.

  3. Anonymous

    Yeah, there are some flaws…but mine works great so far. It took 24 hours to dry the first time, but only 12-15 as indicated the next. I have been hanging it while “re-charging”

    I am using it in my kegerator to avoid ice buildup/mold/mustiness.

  4. Alex

    I bought one of these units after the last sale….it is a POS. It arrived with the crystals pink and took 4 days of being plugged in to turn blue. If you are ok with leaving a light turned on for 4 full days then maybe this won’t bother you, but it bothers me. I am sending mine back and getting another EVA Dry which works as advertised.

    You get what you pay for

  5. J. Dias

    I have an EVA Dry 500 for comparison and it works as advertised. However with the unit here, I’m on my second one. The first one wouldn’t dry, even after 24 hours most of the balls were still pink indicating they were not dried. This second one is marginally better but still many of the balls do not change color (on the Eva Dry they all do). It seems that these units just don’t get as warm as the Eva Dry does. Also, you can’t plug them in and put them in the stand upright; they have to sit upside down. I thought this might be affecting the drying process so I’ve tried hanging it with the included hook, but no difference. I’ve contacted the seller and am waiting for a response.


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