Lazer Air Duster 200ml can £1 @ Poundland
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Lazer Air Duster 200ml can £1 @ Poundland

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Found 21st Dec 2011
Cheapest price I've seen so far. Very handy if you want to clean your pc, etc.

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posted before and expired for some reason DUPE

GNKelly07

posted before and expired for some reason DUPE



Still allowed to be posted again after all that time.

Excellent price as well. It's £11 for a pack of four on Amazon... and even that is a really good price in comparison to anywhere else. I think Maplin charge £10 for one!
Edited by: "mamboboy" 21st Dec 2011

GNKelly07

posted before and expired for some reason DUPE



That was 4 months ago, anything over a month can be reposted

mamboboy

Still allowed to be posted again after this time.Excellent price though. … Still allowed to be posted again after this time.Excellent price though. It's £11 for a pack of four on Amazon... and that is considering a really good price.


Just don't understand why it was expired in the first place

Probably the majority couldn't get any so as expected expired

Be really careful with this stuff, try on something that isn't your PC first. Used it on my mum's old logitech keyboard and it produced grey streaks across it. Secondly, the can gets VERY cold quickly during use - mine started to gain small traces of frost after just a few seconds!

StolenDiagram

Be really careful with this stuff, try on something that isn't your PC … Be really careful with this stuff, try on something that isn't your PC first. Used it on my mum's old logitech keyboard and it produced grey streaks across it. Secondly, the can gets VERY cold quickly during use - mine started to gain small traces of frost after just a few seconds!



argh was going to clean the inside of my pc tower aswell would it damage anything?
Edited by: "abzzyy" 21st Dec 2011

Original Poster

abzzyy

argh was going to clean the inside of my pc tower aswell would it … argh was going to clean the inside of my pc tower aswell would it damage anything?


No, it would not make any damage if used properly. Read instructions before use.

abzzyy

argh was going to clean the inside of my pc tower aswell would it … argh was going to clean the inside of my pc tower aswell would it damage anything?



You just need to hold it vertical and spray in short bursts. Hold it at angles and for a prolonged times and yes it does get cold. Obviously make sure your PC is off and cooled down before using it on components as well...

I found it to feel a bit damp, but it's the only type of air spray I've used so wasn't sure if that was usual... I'll stick to using on the electric shaver for now. Works wonders on that!

Just paid £6 for one at Leylands - hot from me

Hot if i can find any, looked for this lots of time and they never seem to have any in Stockton

These cheap air dusters seem to have a lot of mositure in them, exactly what you don't want when dusting computers.

Having used them (99p strores were selling them earlier this year), would look at paying more one which has dry air, rather than this again.

Banned

jimc101

These cheap air dusters seem to have a lot of mositure in them, exactly … These cheap air dusters seem to have a lot of mositure in them, exactly what you don't want when dusting computers. Having used them (99p strores were selling them earlier this year), would look at paying more one which has dry air, rather than this again.



99p store sells these 2 one main issue as mentioned above is no matter how good you are at using these it sprays so much moisture out i ended up throwing some cans out because i didnt trust using them and damaging my pc.

Personally i wouldnt bother as poor product go for the rocket type thing ( off eBay i got mine ) where you just squeeze and sprays air so much better.

Quite good. I bought several some time back. My only criticism is that the air pressure is quite low - not like an expensive can I bought from Jessops some time back. But of course you only get what you pay for.

HOT but yeah i'd avoid using them on the guts of a pc but very good for many other uses, i'll be getting some to reload the air horn i use to keep Charity Workers/Jehovahs Witnesses/Door to Door Sellers away from my home

GNKelly07

posted before and expired for some reason DUPE



Just cause you want the heat.... (_;)

nice, voted hot.

HybridTheory

99p store sells these 2 one main issue as mentioned above is no matter … 99p store sells these 2 one main issue as mentioned above is no matter how good you are at using these it sprays so much moisture out i ended up throwing some cans out because i didnt trust using them and damaging my pc.Personally i wouldnt bother as poor product go for the rocket type thing ( off eBay i got mine ) where you just squeeze and sprays air so much better.



It evaporates within a second. Switch off the device you are using before cleaning. Personally for cleaning fans in a tower I will just leave it switched on, for laptops or PCB ill make sure its off and disconnected from the mains. I've worked in IT support for about 10 years and I've never even heard of an air duster causing a short (between me and my colleagues we must have cleaned thousands with cheap air dusters).

I think you are worrying too much.

MiiCK

Just cause you want the heat.... (_;)


Hardly, as you can't vote on expired deals. Just annoying when open deals get expired by idiots

Great price, does anyone know if this stuff is the non flammable type

good stuff for removing dents from cars

Get one of those static dusters - hold it outside the PC case, with side off, and blow into open case. Move duster slowly across aperture to collect dust. Works better than air blast stuff.

Be careful if it's the flammable stuff - heard some pretty horrific horror stories! oO

spaceinvader

It evaporates within a second. Switch off the device you are using before … It evaporates within a second. Switch off the device you are using before cleaning. Personally for cleaning fans in a tower I will just leave it switched on, for laptops or PCB ill make sure its off and disconnected from the mains. I've worked in IT support for about 10 years and I've never even heard of an air duster causing a short (between me and my colleagues we must have cleaned thousands with cheap air dusters). I think you are worrying too much.



Absolutely worrying too much, I must have cleaned 1000's and 1000's of PC Towers and laptops over the years, I never unplug them or switch them off if they happen to be on. For the last few years I've used a compressor, there's no way this bottle would clean a properly dirty tower. If you fix computers for a living then a compressor is the way to go. I don't even have a water trap on the compressor. Noobs use anti static protection and switch computers off. I also believe that even the best engineers always can learn something new, you should never call yourself an expert, let some one else give you that moniker if they think you're capable enough etc. Every week I learn how to reball a motherboard better or tweak a pc better. I.T. moves too quickly for anyone to call themselves an expert.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 21st Dec 2011

Thank you

It is not hot. It`s in POUNDLAND from ages.

Been using these for many months... Good stuff...

But not a lot of Air in the can

maxmix

hot...

Banned

pianeet

good stuff for removing dents from cars



How?

col11

Hot if i can find any, looked for this lots of time and they never seem … Hot if i can find any, looked for this lots of time and they never seem to have any in Stockton



middlesbrough might have some

jhw

Get one of those static dusters - hold it outside the PC case, with side … Get one of those static dusters - hold it outside the PC case, with side off, and blow into open case. Move duster slowly across aperture to collect dust. Works better than air blast stuff.



LOL static charge will do wonders for your sensitive electronic components. If you really do this, please never open your PC case again. Go to PC World and get the Tech guys (work experience students) like the rest of the knuckle dragging apes.

Tyranicus66

LOL static charge will do wonders for your sensitive electronic … LOL static charge will do wonders for your sensitive electronic components. If you really do this, please never open your PC case again. Go to PC World and get the Tech guys (work experience students) like the rest of the knuckle dragging apes.



Static charge is massively massively over rated as damaging general pc components. I've actually done experiments to try and force static charge to destroy computer components, even when you try you're hard pressed to cause significant damage, if you've ever worked with troubleshooting computers on a daily basis you'd already know this. You'd also know that Tech Guys have be renamed to Knowhow, never worked for them myself but some of my colleagues have, and those colleagues are damn decent techs and decent fellas. Don't forget that Knowhow deal with a massive amount of repairs, therefore their failure rate on repairs statistically due to human error (something that so far is not possible to eliminate 100%) is higher than similar repair industries. I call B.S. on your post. Since when have work experience people or apprentices etc all been knuckle dragging apes? These type of generalisations show a level of incompetence and ignorance far in excess of anyone working for Knowhow.



Edited by: "fishmaster" 21st Dec 2011

I do enjoy walking on sunshine...Ill take 30.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 21st Dec 2011

fishmaster

Static charge is massively massively over rated as damaging general pc … Static charge is massively massively over rated as damaging general pc components. I've actually done experiments to try and force static charge to destroy computer components, even when you try you're hard pressed to cause significant damage, if you've ever worked with troubleshooting computers on a daily basis you'd already know this. You'd also know that Tech Guys have be renamed to Knowhow, never worked for them myself but some of my colleagues have, and those colleagues are damn decent techs and decent fellas. Don't forget that Knowhow deal with a massive amount of repairs, therefore their failure rate on repairs statistically due to human error (something that so far is not possible to eliminate 100%) is higher than similar repair industries. I call B.S. on your post. Since when have work experience people or apprentices etc all been knuckle dragging apes? These type of generalisations show a level of incompetence and ignorance far in excess of anyone working for Knowhow.



pccomputernotes.com/esd…htm
pcworld.com/art…tml

Static does cause damage and represent a significant threat. Why else would the entire competant IT community use air dusters? Prehaps you should go and work for the rebranded techguys after all, your certainly "qualified"

Edited by: "Tyranicus66" 22nd Dec 2011

Tyranicus66

http://www.pccomputernotes.com/esd/esd.htmhttp://www.pcworld.com/article/82184/avoid_static_damage_to_your_pc.htmlStatic does cause damage and represent a significant threat. Why else would the entire competant IT community use air dusters? Prehaps you should go and work for the rebranded techguys after all, your certainly "qualified"



LOL, show me some proper peer reviewed studies. I can show you experience which counts for everything, go ask a newly qualified uni student about experience!

Pluun

How?



Chill the metal with air duster then heat it with a hair dryer. Dent will pop out. If you're lucky.

Great been looking for this at a reasonable price, will have a look next time I'm in, cheers OP

£1 for a blow job, bargain. HOT
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