Unibond Aero 360 Moisture Absorber Asda £8 instore
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Unibond Aero 360 Moisture Absorber Asda £8 instore

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Found 14th Nov 2014
I bought this for my kitchen. It was £14 a few days ago and down to £8 at the moment.
Hope it helps someone...

2 in 1 technology - absorbs moisture and neutralises odours
Helps combat consendation, damp rooms, allergens in the air, mould and mildew
Suitable for use in rooms of up to 20 metre square (living rooms, kitchens and bedrooms etc)
Exciting and attractive design
Reinforced bottom edge

23 Comments

Is this instore only? Can't see it online... could be store specific?

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Haylhoo

Is this instore only? Can't see it online... could be store specific?



Sorry- Instore only.
From what I was told it was national.
I found in Bradford in the DIY aisle

yeah in store only I posted it about a month ago, ended up returning mine as the tablet lasted only 3 weeks instead of anywhere near 3 months. called unibond and they couldn't fathom why it went so quickly and offered to send me some more tablets out for free, but I asked for a refund instead.

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adhkarzf

yeah in store only I posted it about a month ago, ended up returning mine … yeah in store only I posted it about a month ago, ended up returning mine as the tablet lasted only 3 weeks instead of anywhere near 3 months. called unibond and they couldn't fathom why it went so quickly and offered to send me some more tablets out for free, but I asked for a refund instead.



I better keep the reciept! Amazon reviews are very good on it...

adhkarzf

yeah in store only I posted it about a month ago, ended up returning mine … yeah in store only I posted it about a month ago, ended up returning mine as the tablet lasted only 3 weeks instead of anywhere near 3 months. called unibond and they couldn't fathom why it went so quickly and offered to send me some more tablets out for free, but I asked for a refund instead.



Mine lasted 2 weeks.

polly69

Mine lasted 2 weeks.



I only bought it because the reviews on here were really good but I would have cost way too much to run for a year if the tabs were only lasting 3 weeks. have to say though my boys room smelt really fresh when I had it in there. I don't even have a bad damp problem so why it didn't last is beyond me.

Original Poster

adhkarzf

I only bought it because the reviews on here were really good but I would … I only bought it because the reviews on here were really good but I would have cost way too much to run for a year if the tabs were only lasting 3 weeks. have to say though my boys room smelt really fresh when I had it in there. I don't even have a bad damp problem so why it didn't last is beyond me.



Sorry- Didnt find your post when I searched.

Im torn between buying these or a cheapish humidifier- I have one corner of the kitchen - about 3 units that always smell damp and musty... any thoughts?

the very big Q should be Does it REALLY work or NOT

mayzi

Sorry- Didnt find your post when I searched.Im torn between buying these … Sorry- Didnt find your post when I searched.Im torn between buying these or a cheapish humidifier- I have one corner of the kitchen - about 3 units that always smell damp and musty... any thoughts?



snap have the same problem in my kitchen let me know how you get on lol! I was going to get those little pound shop ones that are like a tub with gel in them no idea what they're called but I can't seem to find them.

adhkarzf

snap have the same problem in my kitchen let me know how you get on lol! … snap have the same problem in my kitchen let me know how you get on lol! I was going to get those little pound shop ones that are like a tub with gel in them no idea what they're called but I can't seem to find them.



i buy the ones from the £1 shop and they are fab last around 2 months and its pretty shocking the amount of water they pick up, and they have stopped the damp problem in my house i would reccommend them if ya cant find them they also sell them in the 99p shop
Edited by: "6889joannew" 15th Nov 2014

I much prefer the unibond over the pound shop ones. the unibond collects much more water. you can get refills off amazon for £5 for two which should last 3 months +

onlyannabelle

I much prefer the unibond over the pound shop ones. the unibond collects … I much prefer the unibond over the pound shop ones. the unibond collects much more water. you can get refills off amazon for £5 for two which should last 3 months +



do u have a direct link for this, it would help me so much if you can provide this. thanks

We've had ours set up for about a month now and then are not even half filled. They seem to be doing the job for us as there is no smell of damp and one wall would get condensation, not anymore.

Asda sell the refills for £5 x

Been looking at these,dont know if it would work out cheaper fitting a nuaire unit in the loft that would last years.If these lasted 3 months id go for it but not at 2 weeks.

6889joannew

i buy the ones from the £1 shop and they are fab last around 2 months and … i buy the ones from the £1 shop and they are fab last around 2 months and its pretty shocking the amount of water they pick up, and they have stopped the damp problem in my house i would reccommend them if ya cant find them they also sell them in the 99p shop



thanks I'll check out 99p shop I think I just keep missing them when I go as I can never remember what I need one I'm in there lol. great thing is those are quite small so would fit in a kitchen cupboard easily.

just been to all the pound shops in barking. non have them unless I'm looking in the wrong places. where are they kept?

Anyone confirm if this is still £8 instore? Cant find it one asda site and amazon and tesco are £20 which makes me think I've missed this one.

Still £5 for refills on amazon

Original Poster

money monster

Anyone confirm if this is still £8 instore? Cant find it one asda site … Anyone confirm if this is still £8 instore? Cant find it one asda site and amazon and tesco are £20 which makes me think I've missed this one. Still £5 for refills on amazon



I saw it a couple of days ago, Dont pay £20 - They are often on offer by the looks of it.

mines working well

Sweet will have a look when this is all over : )

bbc.co.uk/new…459

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money monster

Sweet will have a look when this is all over : … Sweet will have a look when this is all over : )http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-30241459



I Dont blame you. my local tesco was realy really bad- fighting etc.
Asda was well prepared. 10 in at a time. security. proper qs. But only had 20 TVs.

I didnt get a thing :-(

Just bought one right now, it is still 8 pounds and the refill is 5
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