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UniBond Aero 360 E-Connect Moisture Absorber £6.99 (Prime) £11.74 non prime @ Amazon
UniBond Aero 360 E-Connect Moisture Absorber £6.99 (Prime) £11.74 non prime @ Amazon

UniBond Aero 360 E-Connect Moisture Absorber £6.99 (Prime) £11.74 non prime @ Amazon

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Looks like a good price to me, even though it offers little gain over the previous version, still a good price

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This eats through refills in less than a week. Stopped using it as it was getting really expensive.

Cold as product is not good value for money.

rohanp

This eats through refills in less than a week. Stopped using it as it was … This eats through refills in less than a week. Stopped using it as it was getting really expensive. Cold as product is not good value for money.



​I disagree. mine takes approx 4 weeks to use up and has stopped mould growing in my bathroom.
each 'cartridge' absorbes ~the same amount of liquid. if you are getting through a cartridge in such a small amount of time it probably suggests its in a very humid environment...

You are effectively complaining about the purpose for which you bought it!

Anyway, I wont waffle on... I need to return my Dyson for picking up too much dirt!
Edited by: "rigggary99" 29th Dec 2016

Each one lasts about 6-8 weeks in my bathroom. Would recommend.

Good from me too, 5-6 weeks to dissolve...

however £6 in Asda and £4.75 in Wilkinsons at present

Better to open a window for 20 minutes.

winchman

Better to open a window for 20 minutes.


My bathroom window was never shut but still small mould patch would appear on ceiling. Had this for around five years. Would constantly spray with anti mould cleaner but it always returned. Since using the Aero 360 it has been clear for over 6 years.

Just to be clear, this is the newer "e-connect" model. As far as I can see this means you get a sticker on the side of it to reorder via an android app., but functionally they appear to be the same.
It was 6 pounds (old model) in the Wilko I was in earlier today.

Save your money. These are a useless money-spinner

If you have condensation on window problem and it happens in the room where you constantly dry laundries indoor or cook or take shower, then these would do nothing. The moisture you bring into the room is much more than these things can absorb.
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