UniBond Aero 360 Pure Moisture Absorber Dehumidifier £5.94 @ Robert Dyas
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UniBond Aero 360 Pure Moisture Absorber Dehumidifier £5.94 @ Robert Dyas

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Found 13th Nov
I couldn't find anything cheaper than this.

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Includes: 1 x 450g tabAbsorbs moistureNeutralises odoursDraining spoutAnti-spill protectionMoisture level windowDimensions: H24 x W19 x D12cm

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Good price - I haven't seen these much under £8
I've used a couple for over a year now, and they work quite well although it takes a day or two before liquid shows in the reservoir from a new refill.

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Code not working for me either.

The tabs were on here a few days ago, about £7 for 4 from Amazon

Shard1 h, 0 m ago

The tabs were on here a few days ago, about £7 for 4 from Amazon


refills on Amazon expired at the moment
hotukdeals.com/dea…939

2-pack of tablets are on offer at Robert Dyas (2 for £8, normally £4.99 each): (ie. 4 tablets for £8, £2 each - not a bad price)
robertdyas.co.uk/uni…ack
Edited by: "kowalski" 14th Nov

kowalski5 m ago

refills on Amazon expired at the …refills on Amazon expired at the momenthttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/unibond-aero-360-refills-4-x-450g-679-prime-1154-non-prime-amazon-28259392-pack of tablets are on offer at Robert Dyas (2 for £8, normally £4.99 each): (ie. 4 tablets for £8, £2 each - not a bad price)http://www.robertdyas.co.uk/unibond-aero-360-moisture-absorber-refills-2-pack


Ah, thanks, glad I got them when I did

Bought two

Thanks OP...

These are nowhere near as quick and efficient as an electronic dehumidifier. Just compare the two if you have both, and look at the amount of water each one collects after a week.

I'd only use these if you absolutely can't find space for a dehumidifier or you don't have power (IE outbuildings)

LionelRichieFan11 m ago

These are nowhere near as quick and efficient as an electronic …These are nowhere near as quick and efficient as an electronic dehumidifier. Just compare the two if you have both, and look at the amount of water each one collects after a week.I'd only use these if you absolutely can't find space for a dehumidifier or you don't have power (IE outbuildings)



Agreed, but try putting an electric one on a window sill and try sleeping with one on....

do these actually work? ive got a electric dehumidifier, but if these work, I wouldn't mind dotting a few round the house on the window sills.

Bigclivedotcom made a good video tear down of one of these. See 4:03 for verdict

They were in B&Q castleford the other day for £7, I buy the refills from home bargains or B&M normally £5per pack or 2

How do you get it for £5.94?
Edited by: "Selondon" 15th Nov

Use NOV15 code, that’s the answer!
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