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UniBond Aero-360 Pure Moisture Absorber Device £5.49 Amazon Prime

£5.49 @ Amazon
Cheapest iv seen. Includes 1 refill, next best price I could find was £8 Asda, wilko, b&q. Read More
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Cheapest iv seen. Includes 1 refill, next best price I could find was £8 Asda, wilko, b&q.
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4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
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#1
no refills thou
#2
Pureego
no refills thou
Incorrect it has two refills included.

Hot :)
#3
Good spot Pureego, so not a great deal really.
#4
Normally does have two refills but not this version oO
#5
Is it any good? P.S. Also on Ebay for similar price.
1 Like #6
has one block in it
#7
Pureego
no refills thou
Includes 1 refill, same item currently £8 elsewhere
2 Likes #8
Buy a dessicant dehumidifier. Much better than these things
#9
It includes 1 refill, have used these and are very good
#10
sam_of_london
Buy a dessicant dehumidifier. Much better than these things

As sam_of_london said, if you have damp problems, buy an actual dehumidifier.. these things are a waste of time. Maybe ok for keeping damn out of a cupboard....

I have one of these
https://www.meaco.com/meaco-dd8l-dehumidifier-is-a-which-best-buy-2014-and-2015.php

and it's been brilliant. Was £150 at Maplin when I bought it. We were emptying 6L per day easily in our basement flat. Stick it in a room with your washing on an airer and it will dry it in no time.
#11
Nighthawk
Pureego
no refills thou
Incorrect it has two refills included.
Hot :)

Not 2 refills.

1 refill.
1 Like #12
I had 11 of them.

Do not buy them.

They are a waste of money.

They extract less than 1L water per month, and cost £2 running cost per unit.

Less than 1L per month will make no difference at all to the room.

This is a lie.


If you have a damp problem, buy a dehumidifier. These do not work. Just absorb such little water in the container in such a long time. How did that fooled so many people!


Edited By: huangxq2 on Nov 26, 2016 01:55
#13
mcbain
sam_of_london
Buy a dessicant dehumidifier. Much better than these things
As sam_of_london said, if you have damp problems, buy an actual dehumidifier.. these things are a waste of time. Maybe ok for keeping damn out of a cupboard....

I have one of these
https://www.meaco.com/meaco-dd8l-dehumidifier-is-a-which-best-buy-2014-and-2015.php

and it's been brilliant. Was £150 at Maplin when I bought it. We were emptying 6L per day easily in our basement flat. Stick it in a room with your washing on an airer and it will dry it in no time.

I could not agree more.

They are a completely waste of money.


Why do people see the little blue water in the tank and think it make a difference?

If it takes a full tank of water daily, it will make a difference. Not if it take a tank in a month!


Each tank of water use up a refill and cost £2/£3. The most costly way to extract water!


Edited By: huangxq2 on Nov 26, 2016 01:57
#14
If you have condensation on window problem and it happens in the room where you constantly dry laundries indoor or cook or take shower, then these would do nothing. The moisture you bring into the room is much more than these things can absorb.

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