85°
EXPIRED
cyber clean keyboard cleaner £2.99 @ clas ohlson in store
cyber clean keyboard cleaner £2.99 @ clas ohlson in store

cyber clean keyboard cleaner £2.99 @ clas ohlson in store

Buy forBuy forBuy for£2.99
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Highly recommended keyboard cleaner by custom pc magazine, better at cleaning keyboard than a compressed air can. labs test here tinyurl.com/yhg…ej4

Cyber Clean. (Click on the image for an enlarged view - opens in a new window)Cyber Clean. (Click on the image for an enlarged view - opens in a new window)Cyber Clean. (Click on the image for an enlarged view - opens in a new window)

Cyber Clean.
Innovative new high-tech cleaning product for keyboards, telephones, etc. For removing the hard-to-reach grime that builds up between the keys. Eliminates 99.9% of bacteria and is 100% biodegradable.
For more info. go to: youtube.com/wat…ted
Available from Clas Ohlson stores in UK
Kingston (nov -09)
London - Croydon
Manchester - Arndale centre
Reading (nov -09)
Watford (dec -09)

Thanks to Jellybeans we now know its a 145g tub.

18 Comments

Original Poster

If the photo on clas ohlson is correct it should be the 75g tub sold on amazon for £6.99 amazon.co.uk/-/d…8HO
just looked on play they have a 135g tub for £6.99 ]http//ww…ome

Don't worry. This isn't an online deal. You have to get to one of the Clas Ohsen stores which will probably cost you more than the £4 extra you paid.

Original Poster

crap just realised its £5.13 delivered on the amazon marketplace for a 135g tub, good reviews on amazon and play. Tempted to buy....

anewman;6601274

Don't worry. This isn't an online deal. You have to get to one of the … Don't worry. This isn't an online deal. You have to get to one of the Clas Ohsen stores which will probably cost you more than the £4 extra you paid.



Oh, phew! I live on the South Coast so you're definitley right. I feel better now and have considerably calmed down!

Just been having a look for this earlier tonight after flicking through the Firebox magazine that came through the door today - wasn't too impressed by the £7.99+P&P price tag, as it were.

Seems a bargain price - given the reviews - if you can get to a store; even with one in the Arndale, it'd still be cheaper to buy elsewhere online for me, too

Original Poster

Bass_Monkey;6601385

Just been having a look for this earlier tonight after flicking through … Just been having a look for this earlier tonight after flicking through the Firebox magazine that came through the door today - wasn't too impressed by the £7.99+P&P price tag, as it were.Seems a bargain price - given the reviews - if you can get to a store; even with one in the Arndale, it'd still be cheaper to buy elsewhere online for me, too



135g tub £5.13 delivered at the marketplace. MOD EDIT - Amazon marketplace links / deals not allowed

Can of compressed air in Asda is £5 making this a good deal

minifish33;6601305

Oh, phew! I live on the South Coast so you're definitley right. I feel … Oh, phew! I live on the South Coast so you're definitley right. I feel better now and have considerably calmed down!



care to review your experience of using these?

don't want to rely on possible fake amazon reviews, given that someone here has had first hand experience of it.

I paid £7.50 for a tub on ebay almost 6 months ago and it still works fine (hasn't dried up or anything, like some of these products have a tendency to do).

It's great on stuff like keyboards as long as the item you're cleaning isn't too dirty - it's mainly good at getting into small areas between the keys and gets rid of bacteria (important if you eat food over your computer).

I also used it on my old games consoles to clean some of the hard to reach areas and it did a good job. Overall I'm really pleased with it and at £2.99 it's a steal!

Cheapest way to get a keyboard nice and clean is to get a cheap kiddies poster paint brush with stiff bristles, put the keyboard on edge and brush away over and between the keys and all the grot will come off. :thumbsup:

they dont have these in stock in Croydon. I checked a week back. they said this is a new item and not yet in stock anywhere...

fat-pudding;6601874

Cheapest way to get a keyboard nice and clean is to get a cheap kiddies … Cheapest way to get a keyboard nice and clean is to get a cheap kiddies poster paint brush with stiff bristles, put the keyboard on edge and brush away over and between the keys and all the grot will come off. :thumbsup:



Except for simply pulling the keys and surround off and sticking them in the dishwasher, which is not only cheaper but far more effective.

It's definitely worth taking the back off your keyboard to see how easily it comes apart before buying something like this, the better ones separate into just three pieces with the top half of the frame holding all the keys, and the internals staying together so you can lift them out and put the top and bottom plastic bits in the dishwasher.

EndlessWaves;6603106

Except for simply pulling the keys and surround off and sticking them in … Except for simply pulling the keys and surround off and sticking them in the dishwasher, which is not only cheaper but far more effective.It's definitely worth taking the back off your keyboard to see how easily it comes apart before buying something like this, the better ones separate into just three pieces with the top half of the frame holding all the keys, and the internals staying together so you can lift them out and put the top and bottom plastic bits in the dishwasher.



Far more effort involved with doing that, and not really practical for laptop keyboards either. I did the remove all the keys and put in the dishwasher once, never again :thumbsup: (although, if you do try this then make sure you take a photo of your keyboard before it comes to bits just in case you can't recall which way round Ins Dell PgUp PgDn go).

pvp26;6602806

they dont have these in stock in Croydon. I checked a week back. they … they dont have these in stock in Croydon. I checked a week back. they said this is a new item and not yet in stock anywhere...



just came back from Croydon yesterday. They had one left on the shelves. Its gone now

Original Poster

Anybody checked in manchester?

Jellybeans;6609290

just came back from Croydon yesterday. They had one left on the shelves. … just came back from Croydon yesterday. They had one left on the shelves. Its gone now


Have you tested it?

Computerman;6609313

Anybody checked in manchester?Have you tested it?



It works at getting the loose debris and dust. But for tough stains, you'll need to use something else.

From what I understand, you'll use it to attract all the nasties, then remold it, so the nasties go into the compound, then reuse it it. It apparently changes colour when it can't be re-used anymore and you'll have to get another one. The colour indictating it's use by is on the tub it comes in. DON'T use it with anything else (they tell you not do use with wet hands).

It's 145g tub, so a little heavier than the others (or they exc the tub in the weight measurements).

It's not bad, made one of my keyboards, much more presentable.

Original Poster

Jellybeans;6610798

It works at getting the loose debris and dust. But for tough stains, … It works at getting the loose debris and dust. But for tough stains, you'll need to use something else. From what I understand, you'll use it to attract all the nasties, then remold it, so the nasties go into the compound, then reuse it it. It apparently changes colour when it can't be re-used anymore and you'll have to get another one. The colour indictating it's use by is on the tub it comes in. DON'T use it with anything else (they tell you not do use with wet hands).It's 145g tub, so a little heavier than the others (or they exc the tub in the weight measurements).It's not bad, made one of my keyboards, much more presentable.



thanks for that have some rep, i was going to go get it off the marketplace cos i thought it was 75g.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text