UniBond Aero 360 Pure Moisture Absorber Dehumidifier £6.79 (with code) at Robert Dyas
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UniBond Aero 360 Pure Moisture Absorber Dehumidifier £6.79 (with code) at Robert Dyas

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These are great, the amount of water they collect in short period is amazing.
Got this last week on a similar deal. Be aware, they are quite big.
aj_paul08/11/2019 06:40

These are great, the amount of water they collect in short period is …These are great, the amount of water they collect in short period is amazing.


Hughsee08/11/2019 06:40

Be aware, they are quite big.


Not good for condensation on windows from this review (used for a month at least), & doesn't look that large in the review...

Also, there's the added expense of the refills to consider. I think I'll have to go for an electric one.

Crossbow08/11/2019 11:04

Not good for condensation on windows from this review (used for a month at …Not good for condensation on windows from this review (used for a month at least), & doesn't look that large in the review...Also, there's the added expense of the refills to consider. I think I'll have to go for an electric one.[Video]


Trust me it's a big old unit but works well. No more condensation on our windows
Hughsee08/11/2019 11:11

Trust me it's a big old unit but works well. No more condensation on our …Trust me it's a big old unit but works well. No more condensation on our windows


Ditto. I used to get mould on my curtains but haven't had that issue in ages now> I do have to dry clothes in the house which doesn't help
Didn't work for me, used two last year for about 4 months. Still got condensation on my windows. Looking for an electric one rather then spending on refills every month.
I bought one from amazon a couple of weeks ago for window condensation. Doesn't work, does have the fluid in the bottom but windows still condensated, ended up buying an electric dehumidifier which kicks in and out as needed. It's also big if you're planning on putting on a sill. Voted hot as really good price, probs best in a wardrobe or cupboard I would of thought tho.
Hughsee08/11/2019 11:11

Trust me it's a big old unit but works well. No more condensation on our …Trust me it's a big old unit but works well. No more condensation on our windows


Glad it's working for you, but 2 more people below you said it didn't work for them with condensation on windows.

niggit08/11/2019 12:31

Looking for an electric one rather then spending on refills every month.


What's your budget? I've been doing a bit of research & will probably get this Netta 12L/day one (£90 delivered): nettadirect.com/12l…tml, unless I chance upon one with similar features for lower. Screwfix do a similar 12L/day one for £75 (but fewer features): screwfix.com/p/w…503

the1gog08/11/2019 12:35

...ended up buying an electric dehumidifier which kicks in and out as …...ended up buying an electric dehumidifier which kicks in and out as needed....


Which electric one did you go for please?
Its a lot of money to pay for a bit of plastic and a tablet. This is a dehimidifier that barely works.

try keeping a sponge where you get condensation. It will collect more water than this and cost much less.
Crossbow08/11/2019 13:35

Glad it's working for you, but 2 more people below you said it didn't work …Glad it's working for you, but 2 more people below you said it didn't work for them with condensation on windows.What's your budget? I've been doing a bit of research & will probably get this Netta 12L/day one (£90 delivered): https://www.nettadirect.com/12l-dehumidifier-uk-version.html, unless I chance upon one with similar features for lower. Screwfix do a similar 12L/day one for £75 (but fewer features): https://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-122h-12r-12ltr-dehumidifier/72503Which electric one did you go for please?


Not sure what to get as I've never had one. Thought it would be good with drying clothes too instead of using the dryer. Ones I've been looking at are the ones on ebuyer. 10L and 20L. Dont know what to get to be honest
niggit08/11/2019 13:40

Not sure what to get as I've never had one. Thought it would be good with …Not sure what to get as I've never had one. Thought it would be good with drying clothes too instead of using the dryer. Ones I've been looking at are the ones on ebuyer. 10L and 20L. Dont know what to get to be honest


Would depend on your needs, size of home, number of rooms, number of people, etc. 10-12L/day will be more than good-enough for me & I doubt I'll need it to be on everyday either.
Edited by: "Crossbow" 8th Nov
Have a caravan, and these work brilliant over the winter to keep moisture levels down.
Crossbow08/11/2019 13:35

Glad it's working for you, but 2 more people below you said it didn't work …Glad it's working for you, but 2 more people below you said it didn't work for them with condensation on windows.What's your budget? I've been doing a bit of research & will probably get this Netta 12L/day one (£90 delivered): https://www.nettadirect.com/12l-dehumidifier-uk-version.html, unless I chance upon one with similar features for lower. Screwfix do a similar 12L/day one for £75 (but fewer features): https://www.screwfix.com/p/wdh-122h-12r-12ltr-dehumidifier/72503Which electric one did you go for please?


I can only report facts. The facts are - 1. Large unit, 2. No more condensation on my window
I had an Aldi electric one for a while. It was a bit noisy and didn't seem to collect a lot
Used these a few times, they do collect a lot of water but didn't stop condensation on the windows.
Shard08/11/2019 12:28

Ditto. I used to get mould on my curtains but haven't had that issue in …Ditto. I used to get mould on my curtains but haven't had that issue in ages now> I do have to dry clothes in the house which doesn't help


Can you get a condensing tumble dryer? If not, try getting a dehumidifier with a clothes drying setting and using that inside a small room like a boiler cupboard.

Drying clothes indoors is really bad for your house.
ruffedgrouse08/11/2019 19:03

Drying clothes indoors is really bad for your house.


Tell me about it - been doing it for 20 years
ruffedgrouse08/11/2019 19:03

Can you get a condensing tumble dryer? If not, try getting a dehumidifier …Can you get a condensing tumble dryer? If not, try getting a dehumidifier with a clothes drying setting and using that inside a small room like a boiler cupboard.Drying clothes indoors is really bad for your house.


I live alone, always have the window open after a shower for a good while, use the extractor fan while cooking
You're right in general but it's not too much of an issue in my case. It's also the exception rather than the rule
Crossbow08/11/2019 14:14

Would depend on your needs, size of home, number of rooms, number of …Would depend on your needs, size of home, number of rooms, number of people, etc. 10-12L/day will be more than good-enough for me & I doubt I'll need it to be on everyday either.



Hi did you manage to work out the running costs for either of those dehumidifiers,I might get one myself
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