Where is the best place to buy dry cabinent? Any Rec?


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KiamH

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Dear all,

any idea where i should go if i want to get a dry cabinent?
an Rec?
anyone knows where I can get reference for the surrent prices?

thanks
 

huggable

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Apart from the stiching, the picture was tilted about 1-2 degrees. Did you use a tripod?
 

Galdor

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Dear all,

any idea where i should go if i want to get a dry cabinent?
an Rec?
anyone knows where I can get reference for the surrent prices?

thanks
Can check at Digital Point at Suntec City or Carrefour. The Digi-Cabi pricing is reasonable.
 

totoro17

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but there very expensive...not cheap
 

totoro17

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I think you gotta "reset" your standard of "cheap".... if the price @ carrefour and digi-cab web itself is too expensive, i think probably none will fit into your "cheap"...
ya...i guess so. anyway i am kind of sick and tired to keep on putting the silicon into the microwave...its so frequent...
 

totoro17

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i am thinking of getting the DHC-80 dry cabinet but has a question to ask...perhaps it may sound dumb...

i just want to ask you is that once the dry cabinet has reach its desired humidity level at 40%, can i switch off to save electricity? will the level go up if I do not open the dry cabinet as I assume that its air tight dry cabinet. If its not air tight, i dont think it is a good dry cabinet to have.
 

jervislim

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The dry cabinet is air-tight but the drying unit isn't. If drying unit is air-tight too, then it can't possibly work at all to reduce the moisture level in cabinet.

btw dry cabinet power consumption is only 5W. So I don't really see a big concern here.
 

totoro17

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The dry cabinet is air-tight but the drying unit isn't. If drying unit is air-tight too, then it can't possibly work at all to reduce the moisture level in cabinet.

btw dry cabinet power consumption is only 5W. So I don't really see a big concern here.
so basically my plan will not work right?
 

totoro17

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well, jervislim have answered you... if you bother doing that, i think you can do with your fridge... you probably save at least 10x more energy then switching off the dry cab... :sweat:
haha....:embrass: :embrass: :embrass:
 

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