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UniBond 1807921 Aero-360 Moisture Absorber Refills (2x Refill) £4.99 @ Amazon (free delivery £10 spend/prime)
UniBond 1807921 Aero-360 Moisture Absorber Refills (2x Refill) £4.99 @ Amazon  (free delivery £10 spend/prime)

UniBond 1807921 Aero-360 Moisture Absorber Refills (2x Refill) £4.99 @ Amazon (free delivery £10 spend/prime)

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Refills for Unibond Aero 360. Best price I've seen for a while.

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Heat!

Damp heat.

showing £7.60 for me

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lcassey

showing £7.60 for me



Now went back up to £7.60. Was at £4.99 up until 5min ago.

Just paid £4.99

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littletinyphil

Just paid £4.99


Yep, back at £4.99 now!

I invested in a few of these. Not overly impressed, and for the price vs efficiency I reckon running a dehumidifier every few days would be cheaper and more effective.

shakeyjake66

I invested in a few of these. Not overly impressed, and for the price vs … I invested in a few of these. Not overly impressed, and for the price vs efficiency I reckon running a dehumidifier every few days would be cheaper and more effective.

must admit I was a bit disappointed had to change the refill after just two weeks
Edited by: "ashtad" 9th Dec 2014

I got a 2 refill pack from Amazon for £4.97 a fortnight ago.

I've got one of the Unibond 360 moisture absorbers and they are brilliant, current tablet has been in about 6 weeks and there's about 1/4 left, well worth the money. If your changing it after 2 weeks then you may have a bigger damp issue than you thought.

Im finding mine is useless. Its been on in my conservatory, where i dry washing and where there is obvious condensation, yet so little has been collected in the bottom its a joke!

Paid £5 at Asda

shakeyjake66

I invested in a few of these. Not overly impressed, and for the price vs … I invested in a few of these. Not overly impressed, and for the price vs efficiency I reckon running a dehumidifier every few days would be cheaper and more effective.

I concur.

One Tablet was used to fill the container once with mine - seems rubbish to me.

Ordered the 360 last month as well as some refills.

The Delonghi DEM10 dehumidifier I bought at roughly the same time has really shown how pointless these things are. While the Unibond can take out maybe a few tablespoons of moisture out of the air a day, the Delonghi is managing 9 litres.

These are at best capable of keeping wardrobes dry.

Not impressed with the product myself either. Doesn't prevent condensation in any of the rooms we use them in, and seems to collect very little in reality.

shakeyjake66

I invested in a few of these. Not overly impressed, and for the price vs … I invested in a few of these. Not overly impressed, and for the price vs efficiency I reckon running a dehumidifier every few days would be cheaper and more effective.

same here. i ended up buying a dehumidifier.

yeah these were £4.97 on Amazon for ages

seems to come down to this price every so often as it was the same this time last month. product seems to work for me

4.99 again

ashtad

must admit I was a bit disappointed had to change the refill after just … must admit I was a bit disappointed had to change the refill after just two weeks



Not to mention the crap chemicals we bin with these.

I'm in the mood for a polo mint now for some reason.

Just buy a dehumidifier, it will pull more water out of the air in 2 hours than these do in a week.
Edited by: "stsonic" 10th Dec 2014

purchased some! thanks guys

£5.00 at asda bought some yesterday
£5.00 in wilkinsons.
£6.00 in B and Q

brockwelljunk

Not impressed with the product myself either. Doesn't prevent … Not impressed with the product myself either. Doesn't prevent condensation in any of the rooms we use them in, and seems to collect very little in reality.



I bought one of these yokes from Amazon last time when the thread went up couple of weeks ago.

What I was hoping to fix was the condensation on bedroom windows upstairs. I was sick and tired of wiping off condensation from the window and the puddle on the window sill. After a night of using this tablet based dehumidifier there was some reduction in condensation but not fully gone. But another 24 hours later, second morning there was zero condensation on the windows. Not only that I woke up thirsty, dry mouth, dry lips, the whole lot. I moved it out of the bedroom and into the landing for next few nights, and now condensation is gone from all windows. There's about about 2 mm of liquid at the bottom now, built up over last 7-8 days.

I think it definitely works - at least in this house!

Quid cheaper at b&m

justabout72

£5.00 at asda bought some yesterday£5.00 in wilkinsons.£6.00 in B and Q



Quid cheaper at b&m...£3.99 for 2

Now winter is here though mine are only lasting a month at most..:(

Isnt this the standard price anyway ? No

leebenton

I've got one of the Unibond 360 moisture absorbers and they are … I've got one of the Unibond 360 moisture absorbers and they are brilliant, current tablet has been in about 6 weeks and there's about 1/4 left, well worth the money. If your changing it after 2 weeks then you may have a bigger damp issue than you thought.



I don't actually have any damp issues. I bought four of these just to absorb condensation from people breathing in bedrooms overnight. The doors are left open and air circulates around the house during the day.

The aero 360 hasn't managed to make any difference to condensation levels in any of the bedrooms and outside temperatures haven't even got all that cold yet. We don't dry clothes on radiators, and have a fan with humidity control for the bathroom.

Last year, using an electric dehumidifier around the rooms every few days made a huge difference, so the figures definitely don't add up to make this a cost effective (or even effective at all...) way of dealing with condensation.

Might be ok to put in a wardrobe.

positron_ie

I bought one of these yokes from Amazon last time when the thread went up … I bought one of these yokes from Amazon last time when the thread went up couple of weeks ago. What I was hoping to fix was the condensation on bedroom windows upstairs. I was sick and tired of wiping off condensation from the window and the puddle on the window sill. After a night of using this tablet based dehumidifier there was some reduction in condensation but not fully gone. But another 24 hours later, second morning there was zero condensation on the windows. Not only that I woke up thirsty, dry mouth, dry lips, the whole lot. I moved it out of the bedroom and into the landing for next few nights, and now condensation is gone from all windows. There's about about 2 mm of liquid at the bottom now, built up over last 7-8 days. I think it definitely works - at least in this house!



This will be relative to the outside temperature. If it's not really cold outside, the moisture in the air won't condense.

A de-humidifier can easily take over a litre of water in an 8 hour period. If you've got a container with a couple of mm water in the bottom after 7 days I don't really think it's doing a lot.

It's been consistently cold more or less. But yes you are right, it hasn't taken out a lot of water out of the atmosphere, but at least in my case it didn't need to by the looks of it. I was getting horrible condensation and half a glass of water out of the atmosphere - somehow - seems to have helped. And the dry lips etc - placebo may be!

These are ok. First night I put on window sill near bed to reduce condensation, it did help but I woke up with bloody nose (which may be totally unrelated but it has not happened before).


Moved it out of room and left it for a couple of weeks and now about a third full. Could live without it, but it is collecting some water so will stick with it for a bit longer.

Moisture from here? What is this thing? Looks like a festive crunchy bagel
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