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Air Duster instore at Poundland - £1
Air Duster instore at Poundland - £1

Air Duster instore at Poundland - £1

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Decided to give the gaming beast a spring clean. The next cheapest I could find one was around £5. For £1 this is a brilliant deal.... however the offer on the website to buy a case of 24 of them for £24 was not so appealing :-)

Compressed gas to remove debris from hard to reach areas, the Lazer Air Duster 200ml can be used on all printers, keyboards and office equipment.

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Always this price at Poundland lol

Not the best. Very thin straw for the nozzle so doesn't cover much of an area and a bit of a weedy blast when it isn't spraying propellant all over your delicate electronics. Grab a can of Fellowe's at Asda. Usually about £3 and almost twice the size of this.

I’d recommend a compucleaner. You don’t have the drawbacks of liquid being sprayed on the electrical components. Though the cost is a deterrent compared to canned air. Think long term on how much canned air you buy.

Edited by: "AR2012" 27th Dec 2016

AR2012

id recomend a compucleaner. you dont have the drawbacks of liquid being … id recomend a compucleaner. you dont have the drawbacks of liquid being sprayed on the electircal components. Though the cost is a deterrent compared to canned air. Think long term on how much canned air you buy.


Got this myself,brilliant bit of kit.
Edited by: "DrAcula1" 27th Dec 2016

I wouldn't use it on 'the gaming beast'. Fair warning, I killed a server with this stuff.

AR2012

I’d recommend a compucleaner. You don’t have the drawbacks of liquid bei … I’d recommend a compucleaner. You don’t have the drawbacks of liquid being sprayed on the electrical components. Though the cost is a deterrent compared to canned air. Think long term on how much canned air you buy.



Got one of these in November and it's probably one of the best bits of kit i bought. I'll only use it now and then but worth every penny.

Think long term on how much canned air you buy.



Just buy PERI`AIR ;-) (space balls pun). Best air for cleaning

I find my Dyson hoover just works as good with the soft brush tool.

Peamarshy77

I find my Dyson hoover just works as good with the soft brush tool.



static electricity

Got a little compressor with an air gun, pays for itself in tyre pump ups, and cleaning dusty things...

£1 for a can of SFA , that's right S#### F### A##, are you joking?
Oh sorry my bad that's Sweet Fresh Air

Cheap but throws out a lot of freezing cold propellant!

Very weak, useless for giving any machine a good clean, especially fans and heatsinks.

They finally did it and you lot feel for it! a can of air apparently does have a value and it is a £1

Always this price at poundland, but be careful, throws out a lot of liquid, even when following the proper usage for this.

Have to agree, got a few of these and wish I spent more. Weak and probably not as safe as I'd like either

I used one if thes today to clean my pc

amazon.co.uk/Met…ter

Amazing bit of kit and very very powerful.

Not £1 mind

plewis00

Cheap but throws out a lot of freezing cold propellant!



Release the Krakken..........;)
Edited by: "Hondo" 28th Dec 2016

It's also quite wet. Contains some non propellant liquid which doesn't evaporate

I use one of these
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Crap vacuum cleaner but it can blow a laptop off a desk with ease
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