Pingi reusable dehumidifier - best ever amazon.co.uk price - £3.60 prime / £7.59 non prime
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Pingi reusable dehumidifier - best ever amazon.co.uk price - £3.60 prime / £7.59 non prime

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Found 13th Jul 2017
Pingi reusable dehumidifier - for car and home. Sold-by-Amazon price was previously £5.61 - £8.99.

- Pingi dehumidifier eliminates moisture from vehicles, the home and other enclosed spaces
- Makes for safer driving by keeping your windscreen clear
- Re-useable with a fast regeneration time, just 6 minutes in a microwave
- Coloured patented indicator lets you know when Pingi is full
- Absolutely safe to use around children and animals

Pingi has been developed to remove excess humidity, condensation and musty odours in your car, home (bathroom and kitchen) caravan or on your boat.

It will help prevent fogged up windscreens and windows by absorbing excess moisture - up to 60ml per cycle - whilst the absorbed water is safely retained without ever leaking during use.

When the bag is fully saturated, the colour of the circular indicator will change from blue to pink. You can then recharge Pingi by heating it in a microwave for 6 minutes. It can be re-used as soon as it is cool.

Pingi is non-toxic and may therefore be used around children and animals. It contributes to a healthier environment and can be used for years on end.
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Looks cool!
Might be cheap, but it did absolutely nothing for my car.
They sometimes have an unbranded version of these in Asda for £2.50
paul_merton

Might be cheap, but it did absolutely nothing for my car.


Mine works well in a small car (Nissan Micra). Haven't tried it in anything bigger.
They work okay in my estate but I have three. One at the front, one at the back and one in the boot.
Works alright in a Corsa (small obviously)
Brilliant got one last winter but needs 2 per windscreen. Heat added
To be honest, i've bought one of these before, and even though the price is good, the actual item did absolutely nothing, would not recommend buying so will give this a cold vote, great price bad product.
i ha ve mine in ack of civic and it works
Fill up a sock with cat litter stuff, tie it up and leave it under the seat. Works even better and its cheaper.
Still showing at normal price for me ?

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Edited by: "driver8" 13th Jul 2017
£9+ when I just looked. I've got one of these, don't expect an overnight miracle. It gradually absorbs moisture. It will not magically dry out a soaking wet car in a short period of time. Good deal at the price the OP found it for.
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I got this last time at Tesco in store for £1.50. This is a nice little device.
I can say it does the job to reduce fog at the windscreen during winter.
Like other said, Asda sometimes has it for about £2+.

Edited by: "be2st" 13th Jul 2017
mindaugasglioz

Fill up a sock with cat litter stuff, tie it up and leave it under the … Fill up a sock with cat litter stuff, tie it up and leave it under the seat. Works even better and its cheaper.



I tried this but my cat sh"t under my driver's seat and it stank all the way to Devon last week, it's no fun considering I live in John o' Groats.
mindaugasglioz7 h, 44 m ago

Fill up a sock with cat litter stuff, tie it up and leave it under the …Fill up a sock with cat litter stuff, tie it up and leave it under the seat. Works even better and its cheaper.


Did that once but didn't enjoy the smell of cat sh


Edited by: "twe" 13th Jul 2017
Also got one of these when Tesco had them reduced (think it was about £2). Did a good job keeping inside of my Mazda MX5 dry last winter.
mindaugasglioz13th Jul 2017

Fill up a sock with cat litter stuff, tie it up and leave it under the …Fill up a sock with cat litter stuff, tie it up and leave it under the seat. Works even better and its cheaper.


Don’t have a cat
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