5 Star Office Air Duster General Purpose Cleaning 400ml, £3.82 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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RRP:£12.36

Pressure gas to remove debris and dirt from hard to reach areas. Non-flammable. Free extension tube. 100% ozone-friendly. Use on all printers, keyboards and equipment
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#2
these are about £4 in robert dyas - different brand but same size.
#3
Thanks - Ordered.

Dave
#4
thanks
#5
Its a can of air. NEVER worth £12.36.

At £3.82 it still seems a massive rip off!

No vote.
#6
love this stuff its soo handy :) heat added
#7
I think it's a good deal and I voted hot, but I will stick with my air blower.
#8
*Removed* Its was a marketplace seller
#9
Great for cleaning the computer out with. Heat added.
#10
Awesomeness
#11
BorisTheSpider
Its a can of air. NEVER worth £12.36.At £3.82 it still seems a massive rip off!No vote.

lol! Way to miss the point!
1 Like #12
Are these still in Poundland?
#13
3-5 week despatch???
#14
> Free extension tube.

There is also a "free" can to keep the air in.
#15
stamfordblue
Are these still in Poundland?

Hope so.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/air-duster-can-of-air-750ml-only-1-/183370
1 Like #16
Could you use this for short scuba dives?
#17
Tesco sell Fellowes Air Dusters for a similar price.
#18
not as good as AF`' versions these dont have the power for cleaning power supplies properly..
#19
heres a hot money saving tip to make your own air:

1. Check that you have a pair of lungs (or similar breathing apparatus )and you live on a planet whos atmosphere is composed of air. Other gases may work but I have not tested.
2. Get a free straw from Macdonalds or similar fast food chain.
3 Place the straw between your lips whilst making a whistling shape with them.
4. Breathe in deeply through your nose.
5. Point the other end of the straw at the offending dusty cavity and release your breath quickly through the straw.

You may look like a doughnut but you wont look as stupid ans someone who pays £12 for a bottle of air :-P
#20
spaceinvader
heres a hot money saving tip to make your own air:1. Check that you have a pair of lungs (or similar breathing apparatus )and you live on a planet whos atmosphere is composed of air. Other gases may work but I have not tested.
2. Get a free straw from Macdonalds or similar fast food chain.
3 Place the straw between your lips whilst making a whistling shape with them.
4. Breathe in deeply through your nose.
5. Point the other end of the straw at the offending dusty cavity and release your breath quickly through the straw.You may look like a doughnut but you wont look as stupid ans someone who pays £12 for a bottle of air :-P


Too right!

Personaly I;

1.Turn dusty item upside down.
2.Shake it
3.Tap it.
4 Shake it some more.
5.Wipe up resulting dust/rich tea biscuit/pizza debris
6.Return item to upright position
#21
zygo
Could you use this for short scuba dives?


When I take my pet cat 'Cfor' scuba diving, she uses one of these.
You can also use scuba gear for clearing out dust from keyboards, very effective!
#22
I got one of these from Ebay last month for £2.50 delivered.
#23
mamboboy
BorisTheSpider
Its a can of air. NEVER worth £12.36.At £3.82 it still seems a massive rip off!No vote.
It's not just a can of air, like they've just collected 'oxygen' in a can and then sealed it, there's more too it than that. Canned air blows a lot more pressure than you can through a straw. The biggest clumps of dust gather at the bottom of heatsinks, blowing won't have much of an effect...

So, it IS just a can of air, compressed. Unless theres some missing text in your post explaining otherwise?
#24
This is still available...
banned#25
I like to use cans of tesco value deoderant. Not only does it blow offending dust out, it also makes my keyboard smell sexy!*

*to tramps
#26
zygo
Could you use this for short scuba dives?

I know you're joking, but its usually a very bad idea to try inhailing the content of these things or setting them alight.
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Extract from the COSHH safety sheet:-
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CONDITIONS TO AVOID
Avoid heat, flames and other sources of ignition. Avoid contact with acids and alkalies.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS
Fire or high temperatures create: Carbon monoxide (CO). Hydrogen fluoride (HF). Carbonyl fluoride
11 TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
No specific health warnings noted.
INHALATION
High concentrations of vapours may irritate respiratory system and lead to headache, fatigue, nausea and vomiting.

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#27
englishrick
This is still available...

Yes good price and still available with 3-5 week delivery - direct link:- http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000I5W1FY?m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE
#28
They're also good fun. If you hold them upside down and spray half a can onto something metal (usually demonstrated with a padlock) you can smash it off with a hammer and it shatters.

Either way, good price for compressed air. I'll get a couple for my dust magnet of a desktop PC.
banned#29
Ordered one.

So expensive though for just air : (

Someone was selling cans for £1 down the market, could only grab about 8 of them though, ran outta pound coins lol
#30
mamboboy
BorisTheSpider
mamboboy
BorisTheSpider
Its a can of air. NEVER worth £12.36.At £3.82 it still seems a massive rip off!No vote.
It's not just a can of air, like they've just collected 'oxygen' in a can and then sealed it, there's more too it than that. Canned air blows a lot more pressure than you can through a straw. The biggest clumps of dust gather at the bottom of heatsinks, blowing won't have much of an effect...
So, it IS just a can of air, compressed. Unless theres some missing text in your post explaining otherwise?
Well, you are making out like it's as simple as collecting air in a jar and compressing it. Fair enough if you could do it yourself, but you can't. And as I said, blowing air through a straw works to a certain extent but I personally wouldn't do it in a PC. Or put a hoover in for that matter...

I wasnt 'making out' that at all - that was your interpretation.

Having used these in my previous job, im fully aware they are compressed, and also of how much of a rip off they are.

You can get a can of (harvested, then processed, then topped with tomato sauce) beans for about 30p, yet you're defending the price of a can of compressed air at £3.82!!!!
#31
The very fact that this is a non essential 'luxury' is how they get to charge an extortionate amount for it.A bit like bottled water really. I have fixed things for years but have never really felt the need for this stuff. In the wrong hands you can do far more harm than good - SLR sensor cleaning is a prime example!!!
#32
mamboboy
BorisTheSpider
mamboboy
BorisTheSpider
mamboboy
BorisTheSpider
Its a can of air. NEVER worth £12.36.At £3.82 it still seems a massive rip off!No vote.
It's not just a can of air, like they've just collected 'oxygen' in a can and then sealed it, there's more too it than that. Canned air blows a lot more pressure than you can through a straw. The biggest clumps of dust gather at the bottom of heatsinks, blowing won't have much of an effect...
So, it IS just a can of air, compressed. Unless theres some missing text in your post explaining otherwise?
Well, you are making out like it's as simple as collecting air in a jar and compressing it. Fair enough if you could do it yourself, but you can't. And as I said, blowing air through a straw works to a certain extent but I personally wouldn't do it in a PC. Or put a hoover in for that matter...
I wasnt 'making out' that at all - that was your interpretation.Having used these in my previous job, im fully aware they are compressed, and also of how much of a rip off they are. You can get a can of (harvested, then processed, then topped with tomato sauce) beans for about 30p, yet you're defending the price of a can of compressed air at £3.82!!!!
Unfortunately the world doesn't work like that. Hundreds of thousands of tins of chopped tomatoes are going to be sold every day, they are something people buy weekly. Canned air lasts months so if a company produced and sold them at 30p a can then they wouldn't last very long as a business...

The economies of the comparison are obvious to most I would expect, but my point was not based on that, it was based on the value of the raw product itself, which in comparison to similar tech products (aerosols etc) shows it is still very overpriced!!!
#33
jeez give it a rest its a can of air
#34
This has its advantages over just blowing through a straw, like the added benefit of supposely (i've never tested this myself) mending minor car dents. It seems mighty impressive, providing you have the right sort of dent lol

For example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0UAUBE-Hmg

ALSO - this is still available! just 3-5 weeks delivery lol.

EDIT: bad info!
#35
please unexpire
banned#36
Normally these air dusters sell for at least ten quid a can.
Yes, they are badly over priced even at around 4 quid, but if that's the cheapest they are going for then this would be hot.
I have very rarely seen these air dusters for less than a tenner each.
#37
For those of you with Costco membership you can buy a 6 can pack of Falcon Dust Off for about £16 inc vat. Large 300ml cans.
banned#38
Jollux
This has its advantages over just blowing through a straw for people who don't want saliva being blown onto or into the parts theyre blowing. For example, camera enthusiasts definitely dont want spit marks on their lenses so compressed air is good for them. Also, this stuff has the added benefit of supposely (i've never tested this myself) mending minor car dents. It seems mighty impressive, providing you have the right sort of dent lolFor example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0UAUBE-HmgALSO - this is still available! just 3-5 weeks delivery lol.


Using compressed air on cameras is a no no. It leaves moisture that can get into places that can then lead to fungal growth on lenses or interior moving parts of body. Old fashioned hand squeezed bulb blower is all that should be used.
#39
I picked up a can from Asda 400ml ('Strand' branded) for £3 yesterday.
1 Like #40
Lyrrad
Jollux
This has its advantages over just blowing through a straw for people who don't want saliva being blown onto or into the parts theyre blowing. For example, camera enthusiasts definitely dont want spit marks on their lenses so compressed air is good for them. Also, this stuff has the added benefit of supposely (i've never tested this myself) mending minor car dents. It seems mighty impressive, providing you have the right sort of dent lolFor example: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0UAUBE-HmgALSO - this is still available! just 3-5 weeks delivery lol.
Using compressed air on cameras is a no no. It leaves moisture that can get into places that can then lead to fungal growth on lenses or interior moving parts of body. Old fashioned hand squeezed bulb blower is all that should be used.


whoops. there was me trying to b clever, thanks for the major correction!

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