Aero-360 Pure Moisture Absorber Device £6.70 @ Amazon (Free delivery £10 spend / Prime)
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Aero-360 Pure Moisture Absorber Device £6.70 @ Amazon (Free delivery £10 spend / Prime)

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Found 11th Oct 2014
UniBond’s range of moisture absorbers uses a natural process to absorb excess moisture from the air. The UniBond Aero 360° device is an innovative system based on 360° air circulation for improved efficiency by up to 40% compared with the previous Henkel large humidity absorber--it’s a quick way to a healthier home.

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My £120 dehumidifier can't even handle my bedroom, so I doubt this thing would be of use.

you must have a pro

ether707

My £120 dehumidifier can't even handle my bedroom, so I doubt this thing … My £120 dehumidifier can't even handle my bedroom, so I doubt this thing would be of use.



you must have a problem !

They do work quite well. Best non electric device I've used. Refills don't last more than a month though

I use these in my caravan over winter work well

I got this my bathroom and can confirm it does indeed work....and certainly makes a different for me.......

Thanks op. Heat added

Banned

misterboumsong

you must have a proyou must have a problem !



too moist?

Definitely works and cheaper than Robert Dyas = Heat!

ta op ordered plus a refill, heated ta

2 ordered for van over winter - cheers :-)

Probably works in a cupboard.

You can get similar in pound shops.

refills are now 1/2 price in sainsburys (£5 if I remember correctly, there's 2 in the box).
Edited by: "mcdarius" 11th Oct 2014

My local Asda had these at £8, am sure when I passed yesterday they were down to £5, was too busy to stop and look properly though

2 in 1 technology - absorbs moisture and neutralises odours Helps … 2 in 1 technology - absorbs moisture and neutralises odours Helps combat consendation, damp rooms, allergens in the air, mould and mildew Suitable for use in rooms of up to 20 metre square (living rooms, kitchens and bedrooms etc)Exciting and attractive design Reinforced bottom edge



If anyone is excited by the attractive design of a dehumidifier I think they need to take a serious look at their life.

ether707

My £120 dehumidifier can't even handle my bedroom, so I doubt this thing … My £120 dehumidifier can't even handle my bedroom, so I doubt this thing would be of use.



I'm product testing these at the moment and they're actually pretty good. Might not work so great if a big dehumidifier won't work, but this will certainly help.

It's a shame you can't use the manufacturer coupons on Amazon

There half price in asda £8 and pack of 2 refills are £5.
We have them in hallway and bedroom actually surprised how much they catch.

haidfitch

I'm product testing these at the moment and they're actually pretty good. … I'm product testing these at the moment and they're actually pretty good. Might not work so great if a big dehumidifier won't work, but this will certainly help.It's a shame you can't use the manufacturer coupons on Amazon

im also testing it too have the vouchers some one said there £5 in asda so maybe get them free with the vouchers we got

Never seen these before, I use the little tubs usually. I'll give these a go.

My local sainsburys was selling the refill at £3 for a box of 2 tablets none left tho I got the last 3 boxes & yes it does work well

mcdarius

refills are now 1/2 price in sainsburys (£5 if I remember correctly, … refills are now 1/2 price in sainsburys (£5 if I remember correctly, there's 2 in the box).



Ooh, thank you I need a refill

These only have one tablet in them..the older style had 2 tabs at 500gr each at £8

Weenie Beenie

If anyone is excited by the attractive design of a dehumidifier I think … If anyone is excited by the attractive design of a dehumidifier I think they need to take a serious look at their life.



If anyone can be bothered to read the full product description of a dehumidifier, copy and paste it into a HUKD comment box, highlight sections of the description in bold and then take the trouble to add a comment of their own, I think they need to take a serious look at their life!!

This could go on for ever...

Never used these in the house but they work brilliantly in the car. Sit under the front seats and I never ever have fogged up windows in the morning.

BM Bargains are selling the refills ( 2 in a box ones ) for £4-00

£5 in asda last week, got one for the car

Seem well recommended so I've bought a couple for my daughter's home which gets condensation / mould each winter. Fingers crossed!

Thanks to OP and heat added.

I picked one up for £4 in Asda a few months back. Guess I found myself a good deal

Open a window its free

I assume this works in a similar way to those tubs. But you have to empty it and buy new discs (2 for £5) rather than just throwing it away and getting a new tub for a quid...

For removing a bit of moisture I prefer the microwave silica gel packs.

For the washing room I have a peltier based dehumidifier. I replaced the fan for a silent one (it used a standard 80mm PC fan) and it works pretty damn well (70% relative humidity down to mid 40s). And produces more iorning water than you could ever use!

Ordered two, hope they go well and that the refills get cheaper! HEAT!

Ordered one. Need some ironing water.

Nice deal, however I need two of them, but when I add to basket it shows delivery at £5.90? Maybe I'm doing something wrong. (I have Amazon prime)

ferritmaster

Ordered one. Need some ironing water.

don't think you can get ironing water out of these. Just the electric dehumidifiers.

Was tempted to buy but showing £6.59 with £2.95 postage now.

v8nye ... Same for me .. Delivery £5.90 for 2 units so I will pass.

[quote=jacksonliam]I assume this works in a similar way to those tubs. But you have to empty it and buy new discs (2 for £5) rather than just throwing it away and getting a new tub for a quid...

For removing a bit of moisture I prefer the microwave silica gel packs.

For the washing room I have a peltier based dehumidifier. I replaced the fan for a silent one (it used a standard 80mm PC fan) and it works pretty damn well (70% relative humidity down to mid 40s). And produces more iorning water than you could ever use![/


Which model Peltier based dehumidifier have you been able to mod the fan on ? Interested in trying that out myself !!

now £9.74

wedgec

now £9.74


Different supplier, the original had postage on top of the price , these have free postage so works out near enough the same.

rok263

Which model Peltier based dehumidifier have you been able to mod the fan … Which model Peltier based dehumidifier have you been able to mod the fan on ? Interested in trying that out myself !!



This one, can be had MUCH cheaper (mine was around £30 grade B) ebay.co.uk/itm…971

Would assume others use standard size fans too though, wouldn't really make sense economically for them not to. For best results you probably want to try and match the airflow, googling the model of the fan thats in there should tell you that. But I just chucked a spare I had around in and it still does the job.
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