(Back in Stock) Pingi Reusable Car Dehumidifier with Indicator £2.00 instore Asda
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(Back in Stock) Pingi Reusable Car Dehumidifier with Indicator £2.00 instore Asda

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Found 29th Feb 2016
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Prevents windscreens from misting up and indicates when it needs to be dried.

The reusable dehumidifier with patented indicator.
With traditional car dehumidifiers, you have to guess when it needs to be dried. However, this one has a patented indicator: If the dot changes colour from light blue to light pink, the granule absorption capacity (approx. 130ml /4.6floz) has been reached. After just 6 minutes in the microwave the dehumidifier is ready to use again.
Reusable as often as required. Perfect for caravans, boats, holiday homes ...
Measures 16 x 10.5 x 3cm (6 1⁄3" x 4" x 1 1⁄5")(W x H x D). Weight approx. 300g (10.6 oz). Fits in any glove box. Non-drip. Can also be dried on a radiator overnight.

Normal price is £8 and now it's reduced to £2.

Amazon sells it for £7.42

Found in Cheltenham Asda

Credit to @Pablomalin for finding this deal previously.
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We've got one of the Unibond ones but it needs refils fairly frequently.
I'll have to have a gander this lunch time - cheers OP
nice find op, heat added
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sradmad

nice find op, heat added


Cheers sradmad..
I bought a generic one off ebay, i can barely tell any difference in demisting!
Dont think ill get another until i know they work.
On my way...

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...oh Pingi still on my way X)
I checked a couple of Asda stores for these, had no luck
I've had no luck either in stores next to me

I swear there is a snail living in my car too lol
Asda Middlebrook in Horwich/Bolton has these in stock. I bought some last week.
OOS in Owlcotes
still £8 in ours
800ml £10 at Halfords.
800:130=6.15
6.15x2=12.30
Overprised
£8 at asda in Retford, so not voting either way.
They had some left in Harlow Asda yesterday, reduced to £2.
hajabi

800ml £10 at Halfords. 800:130=6.156.15x2=12.30Overprised


Overprised, Undereducated
Bought on on Amazon Black Friday deal, put in my Smax for a couple of months but saw no difference, when picked up to recharge fingers went through fabric shell which had disintegrated.
Edited by: "81splaj" 29th Feb 2016
please don't waste money on this..use less
vassy201187



​£8 in ASDA Metro Centre.
i reeeally want one of these but can never find one in the asda by me
I bought the last pair in the Roehampton store just over a week ago from the last time this was posted on HUKD, but they had only been reduced to £4, not £2. It seems to be working as only the outside of the screen was frozen this morning! Time will tell how well it lasts.

That said, I paid £2.50 for the Rain-X Anti Fog in the picture next to it, not the £5 as shown in the picture.
81splaj

Bought on on Amazon Black Friday deal, put in my Smax for a couple of … Bought on on Amazon Black Friday deal, put in my Smax for a couple of months but saw no difference, when picked up to recharge fingers went through fabric shell which had disintegrated.



​You have saved me sir, thank you
Not got them in my local at all
Bought one last time it was on hukd about 2 weeks ago, and its been magic !
During cold weather our car always fogs (and freezes) inside on all windows...since having the pad only the rear has fogged with 2 people in the car... So I think they are great !
This deal was posed a week or two ago. As posted above, some stores still have them with the shelf price as £8, I took mine to the till and it scanned at £2.
I'm using a car with dire screen fogging problems and got two of these when they were posted the other week and they've worked really well.
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