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* 5 StarTM HFC-free Air Duster Value Pack
* Compressed gas to remove debris and dirt from hard to reach areas
* Use on all printers, keyboards and equipment
* HFC free
* Flammable400ml canPacked 4.
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#1
Tried to order, but it says can't ship to me???? I'm in the UK and it's directly from Amazon - so have emailed them to explain....
#2
Im actually trying to find a cheap handheld machine to blow the dust out of a PC, using these cans works out to expensive.
#3
Seen these in Asda at £5 each but of late they have been marked down to £3
#4
Ordered okay for me, thanks :)
#5
Who buys rubbish like this - what's wrong with you people?

If you really nead something like this (which I doubt) buy a bicycle pump from poundland and use a thin attachment on the nozzle.
#6
People actually buy this? Crazy!!!
#7
Heat added, these are actually very useful for cleaning insides of PCs etc.

Can also be used as a freezer spray when used upside down,
e.g. removing chewing gum from clothes, or fixing dents on cars (yes really!).

LOL at the cycle pump suggestion.
#8
Great price. I order loads of these at work and the MD always nabs mine and gives himself a "blow job" with it turned upside down. Expensive for a can of air yes, but has many good uses.
#9
overpriced, if i am going pay £10 for that every now and then, then i would prefer using that pump that sucks up all the dust like a vacum cleaner, dont know the name but most computer shops use it and it costs around £20-£45, if anyone knows the name let me know plz

edit: actually its a good price, missed the bit when it said a pack of four so it works out less than £2.50 a can so its kl but no need for four cans
#10
GQ Man
Im actually trying to find a cheap handheld machine to blow the dust out of a PC, using these cans works out to expensive.


I use a Gittos Rocket Blower (large/super size). It's designed for blowing dust out of DSLR cameras and you get pretty good pressure from it! I use it to clean out heatsinks and fans. The only downside is that you get cramp in your hand if you're using it non-stop! Oh, and as my workmates always remark - it looks a bit like a sex toy!!
1 Like #11
Are these comments serious? Of course people buy these. They are extremely useful for cleaning PCBs of dust and the inside of computers. Only a complete moron would use a vacuum cleaner or a bicycle pump. I've already cleaned two computers this week using a spray similar to this one, they were overheating due to too much dust and the recent heatwave didn't help. I must remember to break out the bicycle pump next week though. These sprays provide the compression where as the pressure from a bicycle pump is only useful when connected to a tyre. I'm so going to love going round to a client's house and using a bicycle pump on their PC. This is Redneck PCs I is wanting to pump your PC coz it's like full of dust and stuf.
#12
I bought some of these last time they were on offer. They don't seem to have as much "air" in them as some other brands, but at this price they're pretty good value. Will probably order some more.
#13
beetlebum
Great price. I order loads of these at work and the MD always nabs mine and gives himself a "blow job" with it turned upside down. Expensive for a can of air yes, but has many good uses.

If you're in a fixed location then you can buy a 60psi compressor (with moisture trap) for less than £50, which has got to work out cheaper, no?
#14
Faythur
Tried to order, but it says can't ship to me???? I'm in the UK and it's directly from Amazon - so have emailed them to explain....


These cant be shipped by air. I guess its because compressed air might explode or something in the air. I always have trouble getting these delivered to Northern Ireland.

These are great for cleaning PCs etc. I would be grabbing these if i could get them delivered.
#15
Decent price for an invaluable electronics cleaning aid; not the best air duster out there but its cheap and does the job.
#16
Waste of money. Take your PC to your nearest petrol station put 20p (some free) in the tyre blow up machine and aim at PC.
#17
QuackingPlums
beetlebum
Great price. I order loads of these at work and the MD always nabs mine and gives himself a "blow job" with it turned upside down. Expensive for a can of air yes, but has many good uses.


If you're in a fixed location then you can buy a 60psi compressor (with moisture trap) for less than £50, which has got to work out cheaper, no?


Yeah if I was, that would be great. I know if it was my money, I would invest in a compressor. Mind you, you can't have as much fun with a compressor!
#18
Amazon is not the default seller now... has 3 to 5 weeks delivery if you select it.
#19
Flammable? should you be using near electronic equipment
1 Like #20
kidou
Waste of money. Take your PC to your nearest petrol station put 20p (some free) in the tyre blow up machine and aim at PC.


The problem with that is that hauling a PC tower case to a petrol station will likely require fuel expenditure which will reduce the potential savings over the cans of air. And also, you'd look like an absolute **** standing in the petrol station blowing air into your case.
#21
M0rg0th
kidou
Waste of money. Take your PC to your nearest petrol station put 20p (some free) in the tyre blow up machine and aim at PC.


The problem with that is that hauling a PC tower case to a petrol station will likely require fuel expenditure which will reduce the potential savings over the cans of air. And also, you'd look like an absolute **** standing in the petrol station blowing air into your case.


And besides don't most garage air hoses only expell air when they're depressed on a tyre valve. You'd be better off using the jet wash!
#22
My build is nearly 5 months old so I should probably give it a clean. Not sure I need four cans though...
#23
M0rg0th
kidou
Waste of money. Take your PC to your nearest petrol station put 20p (some free) in the tyre blow up machine and aim at PC.


The problem with that is that hauling a PC tower case to a petrol station will likely require fuel expenditure which will reduce the potential savings over the cans of air. And also, you'd look like an absolute **** standing in the petrol station blowing air into your case.


I look like an absolute **** anyway ;)
#24
MBeeching
My build is nearly 5 months old so I should probably give it a clean. Not sure I need four cans though...

my dell is about 4 years old opened it up once to upgrade the ram it was filthy inside....that was about a year and a half ago LOL me thinks ill be ordering these thanks op
#25
also this does say dispatched in 3 to 5 weeks, doesnt bother me but others might be deterred
#26
Just reading all comments, it makes me laugh that people would try diy on expensive machines risking to ruin it....Spend a few squids and buy a proper product.....
#27
Tones
Faythur
Tried to order, but it says can't ship to me???? I'm in the UK and it's directly from Amazon - so have emailed them to explain....

These cant be shipped by air. I guess its because compressed air might explode or something in the air. I always have trouble getting these delivered to Northern Ireland.

It's not compressed air, the gas in this particular "air" duster is about 80% Propane and 20% Butane.
#28
I use my Dyson DC 24. It's got a good thin attachment with soft bristles and has the suction power of, how can I put it, a Dyson DC 24. Suffice to say, it does the job of cleaning my keyboard and PC innards.:)
#29
I bought one of these from eBay for cleaning out laptop keyboard, the exact same one it looks. It was a load of rubbish, for some reason was producing a water like substance aswell as the air.
#30
That would probably be the liquid to gas transfer, dries up in after a second anyhow as I use the same cans too for blowing out dust in the PC insides.
#31
Lol at slme these posts! Especially the one about taking your pc to a petrol station, how **** is that!
#32
I'd advise against using this stuff on expensive equipment such as camera lenses and sensors. They can sometimes squirt a liquid goo (residue from the propellant, I think) that doesn't evaporate and is very difficult to remove. It happened to me when I was using canned air on a projector lens.
#33
good deal.
#34
GQ Man
Im actually trying to find a cheap handheld machine to blow the dust out of a PC, using these cans works out to expensive.


I actually use a pump for the air bed, which I bought from Aldi a year ago.(about £.3.99)
Very handy and effective.
#35
Hawfinch
I'd advise against using this stuff on expensive equipment such as camera lenses and sensors. They can sometimes squirt a liquid goo (residue from the propellant, I think) that doesn't evaporate and is very difficult to remove. It happened to me when I was using canned air on a projector lens.

Crap - I just bought this for using to clean the filter on my projector! should be ok but will test it out first now.
#36
Gboyd
Hawfinch
I'd advise against using this stuff on expensive equipment such as camera lenses and sensors. They can sometimes squirt a liquid goo (residue from the propellant, I think) that doesn't evaporate and is very difficult to remove. It happened to me when I was using canned air on a projector lens.


Crap - I just bought this for using to clean the filter on my projector! should be ok but will test it out first now.


Above all, don't shake the can or invert it - even if it says it's invertible (like my one from Maplin did).
banned#37
Its no longer sold or fulfilled by amazon, so i think this needs to be expired. Also the tightasses should go to mc donalds, nick some straws, insert it in their mouths, just take a deep breath and blow very hard. Should also do the trick nicely.
#38
windhoek
I use my Dyson DC 24. It's got a good thin attachment with soft bristles and has the suction power of, how can I put it, a Dyson DC 24. Suffice to say, it does the job of cleaning my keyboard and PC innards.:)

I'd be a bit wary of using a vacuum cleaner on the innards of a PC, because the cleaners nozzle can build up a static charge generated by the flow of air - not good for CMOS components.
#39
Adnan786
Its no longer sold or fulfilled by amazon, so i think this needs to be expired. Also the tightasses should go to mc donalds, nick some straws, insert it in their mouths, just take a deep breath and blow very hard. Should also do the trick nicely.

But it is still available from Amazon themselves with 3 - 5 week delivery:- http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000O1HRHE/ref=nosim/?tag=hotukdeals-21&m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE
#40
cheap and cheerful, but personally wouldnt buy anything less than AF airduster as these dont have the same power besides i love how the AF stick to your hands....lol

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