The MJ-E16V is a very lightweight, compact dehumidifier that is small enough to be used in small rooms. It has a capacity to filter 16 liters of humid water per day. This also has less than 1% failure rate within the first year.
There are also several features that this has, they are the following:
Defrosting system using hot gas
An electric humidistat
Gives you the option to have automatic continuous draining, which means less maintenance on your part
A timer that is eight hours
Controls are electric
Auto restart, great when there are power outs
Works very well in low temperatures
The Mitsubishi MJ-E16VX Dehumidifier
This is almost the same as the MJ-E16V (the one above), but has a little bit more enhanced features, they are the following:
Has an ‘on’, ‘off’ timer
Uses digital display for setting and controls
Has an advance filtration system that is better than most store bought dehumidifiers.
This will be a bit more costly than the MJ-E16V.
SaniDry XP Basement Dehumidifier
The SaniDry XP is the one that you would most likely want to use if you need one for the basement. It can handle rooms, or basements that are less than 2,500 square feet. The design is an upright, and is said to be very friendly with how much energy it uses. This also works best for your fingerprint gun safe by eliminating extra moisture from them.
Here is a list of some of the features and specifications:
Filter 109 pints of water a day
Has a built in defrosting system – works well in temperatures that are no less than 40 degress faruagand
Digital display for settings
Humidity range from 26% to 90%
Requires just a 115 watt outlet, standard 15 amp plug-in