Frigidaire FAD504TDD Review
A large 50-pint dehumidifier, the Frigidaire FAD504TDD works well in basements and other rooms of the house. It has the option of either a container or a drain attachment, and features adjustable humidistat, automatic shutoff, washable air filter, two fan settings, and Energy Star Certification. This model is new to the market and short on reviews, but early reports indicate users are satisfied and like the low noise level.
Lots of good things are said in Frigidaire FAD504TDD 50-Pint Dehumidifier reviews. On Amazon, consumers report it does an excellent job removing moisture from the air and they appreciate the variety of control options, including an on/off timer and auto restart. Users posting Frigidaire FAD504TDD reviews on Newegg.com generally agree, further adding that they like its looks. One thing to note about Frigidaire FAD504TDD 50-Pint reviews is some disagreement about the noise level, with a few users saying it's very quiet and others saying not so much, but tolerable nonetheless. The 17-pint bucket also gets dinged in several Frigidaire FAD504TDD reviews for being awkward to remove and empty despite its carrying handle. As the biggest cheap dehumidifier we reviewed, the Frigidaire FAD504TDD 50-Pint is the right size for a basement. It has a drain attachment option (although it doesn't come with a drain hose), which lets you run this cheap dehumidifier continuously. Other convenient features include electronic controls, two fan speed settings, adjustable humidistat, washable filter, and wheels for portability. The Frigidaire FAD504TDD is also Energy Star qualified. We like this cheap dehumidifier because it's easy to move despite its 39-pound weight and approximate 18x15x25-inch (WxDxH) footprint. The large capacity can handle a basement or a couple of smaller rooms, and positive user comments give us confidence in its performance. We didn't come across many remarks about durability, but this model is new on the market.