Best Haier Dehumidifier

Buying a product is easier when you’ve narrowed your options down to a brand, but that doesn’t mean you’re done yet. Now that you’ve decided you want a Haier dehumidifier, you need to find the right one for you and seeing as you’re here, we’re assuming you need a little help. That’s why we’ve written this article.

Below you’ll find some of Haier’s dehumidification options, four to be exact, that we’ve ranked by how much we like them. That said, since they have differing capacities, we’d suggest you not put too much stock in the rankings if you’re after a smaller dehumidifier, yet our top ones are larger.

Each entry has a writeup reviewing each unit. Those writeups include a pros and cons list that you can use to see the specs and features that these dehumidifiers have at a glance.

We’ve also gone further than that, including a small buyers’ guide where you can see what qualities you should judge a dehumidifier by. By learning these, you can be more self-sufficient if you find yourself looking for quality dehumidifiers in the future.

Summary of reviews

Product name Water capacity (size)Color Dimensions (inches)Product link
Haier HM70EP 70 Pint Dehumidifier70 Pints white12.4 x 15.75 x 25.4 inches
Haier HEH50ET 50 Pint Capacity Dehumidifier70 Pints white15.4 x 10.8 x 23.2 inches
Haier HEN30ET 30 Pint Electronic Dehumidifier70 Pints white10.5 x 13.8 x 20.5 inches
Haier HPND14XHT Dual-Hose Portable Air Conditioner70 Pints white136.8 x 136.8 x 302.28 inches

In a hurry?

If you need a dehumidifier right now, we’d suggest you take a look at our number one option. Know that part of our ranking included capacity, so our favorite dehumidifier was the Haier HM70EP 70 Pint Dehumidifier, but if you’re after a smaller unit then you should scroll down till you see something you like. As for our top choice, see why we like it below:

  • It’s a higher-capacity dehumidifier that covers a large area of 4,500 square feet, pulling up to 70 pints of moisture out of the air in that area.
  • Functions off of intuitive electronic controls that include a digital humidistat that displays its settings and an on/off timer feature that allows you to set working hours. It also has a universal drain connection that can be used with standard commercial hoses, so it’s easy to drain when it’s done its job.
  • Automated functions like defrosting keep the dehumidifier running for a long time, increasing the longevity of the unit. It also remembers its settings, so if the power suddenly cuts out, you won’t have to reset the dehumidifier’s settings.

Haier HM70EP 70 Pint Dehumidifier


Our favorite dehumidifier that Haier offers is the Haier HM70EP 70 Pint Dehumidifier. As we’ve indicated above, the pint capacity of these dehumidifiers is one of the considerations we had when building this list, and this product has that capacity in spades.

The HM70EP model will cover up to four thousand, five hundred square feet, so this is the heavy-hitting option for those of you who need larger spaces, like larger houses and basement areas, stripped of their humidity.

This also makes it ideal for workspaces that may need a less humid environment to be the most comfortable or operational. As the product name alludes to, this unit draws in a maximum of seventy pints of humidity a day.

For such a powerful dehumidifier, it’s pretty easy to control thanks to the electronic interface that’s built into the dehumidifier’s body. This interface includes a digital humidistat that shows what the unit is set to, as well as an on/off timer that you can set so that the dehumidifier can be left alone and turn off when it needs to, saving you electricity, and so money, in the process.

It’s not only easy to control, but also to drain since you can attach your garden variety hose to this unit. There are no compatibility issues here, and Haier isn’t hawking some exclusive hose that you’d need to empty the dehumidifier, and we appreciate that.

The dehumidifier has several automated functions that take a lot of the small frustrations out of owning one of these units. The best of these is its automatic defrosting, which prevents frost buildup inside the dehumidifier so that it keeps working without issue and lasts longer.

It also automatically remembers the settings it’s being used at. This means that if the dehumidifier suddenly powers down when it comes back online it’ll continue with the same settings it had before the power outage.


  • A larger dehumidifier option that pulls in 70 pints of moisture from an area up to 4,500 square feet.
  • Intuitive electronic controls include a digital humidistat and an on/off timer.
  • Drain connection can be used with a standard hose.
  • Automatic defrost prevents frost buildup inside the dehumidifier.
  • Resumes its settings in the case of a sudden power outage.

  • Produces a noticeable humming noise.

Haier HEH50ET 50 Pint Capacity Dehumidifier


Our second unit is the Haier HEH50ET 50 Pint Capacity Dehumidifier, and this is the main difference between the units on this list since Haier fill their units with much of the same secondary features.

As the product name suggests, the dehumidifier is capable of drawing in fifty pints of moisture a day. That’s fifty pints of unwanted condensation that gets removed from the air, and it’s done with two variable speeds and a smart dry functionality where the fan speeds adjust depending on the conditions of the room.

This means that the unit is aware of its surroundings and corrects its dehumidification to keep the room as dehumidified as you want it to be. Its relative humidity can waver over time, but it’ll get the job done when left in an environment to regulate it.

The smartness of this unit’s fan speeds also extends to the electronic controls that you use to operate the dehumidifier. This control interface makes setting the humidistat of this unit much easier for you. Like with our number one product, this unit also has an on/off timer that functions off of a twenty-four-hour clock.

You can set predetermined times for the unit to turn off and on, which is perfect for offices and other spaces where you can’t be around to manually operate the dehumidifier.

Once this unit has done its job, a handy indicator light and an audible alarm will alert you of when the moisture storage bucket is full and needs draining. The bucket itself is easily accessed at the front of the dehumidifier, so the draining process is quick and easy.

What you don’t need to worry about is frost since the unit defrosts itself down to forty-one degrees, keeping the unit in working condition for much longer and further justifying the purchase by getting more use out of this product.


  • A mid to large dehumidification unit that pulls in 50 pints of moisture per day.
  • Smart dry functionality adjusts fan speed to cater to a room’s conditions.
  • Adjustable electronic controls include a humidistat and an on/off timer.
  • An indicator light lets you know when the storage bucket is full.
  • Defrosts itself to keep the insides clear and the unit functional for a longer time.

  • Relative humidity can waver at times.

Haier HEN30ET 30 Pint Electronic Dehumidifier


Next up is the smaller Haier HEN30ET 30 Pint Electronic Dehumidifier which, if you’ve noticed a pattern by now, is a smaller unit again that sucks away thirty pints of moisture from a two thousand, five hundred square foot area every day. As is standard in a lot of Haier products, it has two fan speed settings that help you nail the exact level of humidification that you want.

The electronic control interface also makes a return with the HEN30ET model, including an easily adjustable humidistat and an LED display that’s clear to see. Part of this interface is also a programming function where you can set the unit to turn on and off at certain times in a twenty-four-hour clock.

What sets the HEN30ET model apart from the previous dehumidification units is the fact it’s smaller, and so more compact. This fact, combined with the easy-roll casters affixed to the bottom of the unit, makes it much more portable, an edge that the others on this list simply don’t have.

This is handy for public spaces where dehumidifiers may need reallocation between rooms, like hotels and workspaces. There’s a downside to this compactness, however, which is that the smaller unit translates into a smaller bucket. This means that you’ll find yourself emptying it more often.

We think this is offset by the draining process, which is without trouble and largely compatible with most hose types that you’ll find around the house. The bucket itself also has a handle that makes it easy to take out.


  • Sucks in 30 pints of moisture capacity via two-speed settings.
  • Electronic control and LED display are very easy to use.
  • Programmable to turn on or off at selected times. Is a compact dehumidification unit with easy-roll casters, making it easy to move around.
  • The draining process is trouble-free and compatible with most domestic hose types.

  • The smaller unit means a smaller bucket, so it requires more frequent emptying.

Haier HPND14XHT Dual-Hose Portable Air Conditioner


Now, we know what you’re thinking. What’s an air conditioner doing here? Well, it’s Haier and it has a dehumidification function, so it’s good enough for us.

With Haier’s limited selection of dehumidifiers, potential customers may find the best value in a portable air conditioner that cools, heats, and regulates temperature alongside humidity.

When set to its dehumidification setting, the conditioner can take care of rooms up to six hundred square feet, so it’s handy for smaller areas as a dehumidification device. The two other modes are the cool and fan modes, which cool the area at fourteen thousand BTUs per hour and heat that area at 10k BTUs per hour.

It features the customary Haier electronic control panel that displays time and humidity, with the added metric of temperature given that this is an air conditioner first and a dehumidifier second.

The conditioner has an added control option in the form of remote control, so you can change the settings of this unit from a distance at your convenience.

This portable control extends over to the unit’s body itself. At the bottom of the conditioner are caster roller wheels that allow you to transport this conditioner across rooms and even buildings if needed.

Once again, this makes it easy to store and wheel out whenever it’s needed, like in humid summers where you can get both cooling and dehumidification benefits.


  • Dehumidify setting that’s designed for rooms up to 600 square feet.
  • Two other modes that cool and fan the room for air conditioning, cooling at 14k BTUs per hour and heating at 10k BTUs per hour.
  • The electronic control panel displays the time, temperature, and other relevant metrics like humidity.
  • The remote control allows you to control the conditioner from a distance, and it can be stored on the unit itself.
  • Caster roller wheels on the bottom of the conditioner make it portable.

  • The owner’s manual is vague about the product’s dehumidification functions.

Best Haier Dehumidifier Buying Guide

How to find the right dehumidifier for you

Buying the right dehumidifier isn’t so much about getting the best unit in terms of specs, but rather matching those specs to the needs of the area that you need to be dehumidified.

We’ve written this buyers’ guide so that you can see the main functions and features of dehumidification units in their own sections, and we’ve explained why they’re important to consider when making your purchase, whether you’re getting a Haier model or an alternative one.

Consider the Space

You should know the space in which your dehumidifier will be placed, particularly how much space you have since that’s a factor in how well a unit will work. The space that needs humidity regulation will determine the pint capacity, and so the general size, of the dehumidifier.

The pint count is how many pints of moisture the unit can pull from the air in a twenty-four-hour time period. All of the above Haier models are over a certain size, but it should be known that dehumidifiers can be as small as twenty-four-ounces in capacity. If you’re here, we’re guessing that you know you need something a bit more powerful, but it’s something to keep in mind, nonetheless.

Dehumidifiers need emptying, so a thirty-pint unit will need to be emptied a lot more frequently than a seventy-pint unit. This leaves you with a decision to make over getting a larger dehumidifier that requires less emptying maintenance and a smaller unit that will need to be emptied more often but is a better fit for your space.

Ease of Control

With Haier dehumidifiers, you’re in the fortunate position of choosing a brand that often uses intuitive electronic interfaces, so you shouldn’t have to worry too much about finding units that have easy control systems.

For clarity, we’ll still go through the features you should have in mind when looking at the control interface of a dehumidifier for those who want to know.

Firstly, the most user-friendly dehumidifiers often allow you to set the humidity by category rather than a specific measurement since it’s easier for consumers to understand, though it’s not too hard to get to grips with percentage values either.

The categories are often labeled terms like “dry” and “very dry” as a general descriptor of the environment they’ll create. The more variability a dehumidifier has in its controls, the better since you can then adjust it to suit your environment better.

This change in humidity is measured and controlled by a humidistat that’s integrated into Haier units. This measures the humidity of the air around the unit to serve two functions, to know how much dehumidification is needed and when to stop that dehumidification when the environment reaches the desired humidity.

A timer is also included in the electronic interface and adds a degree of programmability to a dehumidification unit. It’s best if you get a unit that can be programmed to turn on and off at specific hours of the twenty-four-hour day, meaning you can have your dehumidifier work on your schedule if it’s too much to manually control it.

Speaking of emptying the dehumidifiers…

Ease of Maintenance

When it comes time to empty a dehumidifier, there are two solutions. The first is to empty the water reservoir by removing the condensation bucket and pouring it out. This is often found on smaller models where carrying that bucket is more tenable.

Larger dehumidifiers cannot be emptied this way, however, and so you’ll find that a lot of units, including those offered by Haier above, use a hose-friendly port so that you can siphon out the water.

A good unit will be able to work with most hoses that buyers will have lying around, cheap and common products that won’t set the customer back if they need to buy one for the purposes of dehumidification.

The hose option is only viable when the port is below the reservoir, as gravity demands, but some Haier products like our number one option feature a pump that pushes the water upwards so that it can be drained via this hose method. This is something to keep in mind, check if the port is below the reservoir and, if not, check if there’s a pump built into the unit.