Unibond Aero 360 Pure Moisture Absorber Device dehumidifier only £10.86 delivered (RRP over £20) @ Folkestone Fixings
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Unibond Aero 360 Pure Moisture Absorber Device dehumidifier only £10.86 delivered (RRP over £20) @ Folkestone Fixings

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Found 12th Jan 2014
I noticed it today in Asda reduced to £14 and was going to check reviews online before purchasing. Generally good reviews, so for a tenner delivered it is worth trying, as living near the sea makes the air rather humid.
also, it should save some money on electricity, not mentioning health benefits.

description:
The Unibond Optimum Moisture Absorbing System helps prevent condensation, damp and bad smells, as well as the development of mould and dust mites, which could cause allergies.

Ideal for every room inside the home and caravans/boats. No noise and no electricity.
Suitable for large rooms up to 20m².

The Unibond Optimum Moisture Absorbing System helps prevent condensation, damp and bad smells, as well as the development of mould and dust mites, which could cause allergies.

Ideal for every room inside the home and caravans/boats. No noise and no electricity.
Suitable for large rooms up to 20m².

The Unibond Optimum Moisture Absorbing System helps preventcondensation, damp and bad smells, as well as the development of mouldand dust mites, which could cause allergies.

Ideal for every room inside the home and caravans/boats. No noise and no electricity.
Suitable for large rooms up to 20m².

Pack contains:
1 x Aerodynamic absorber device.
1 x 450g refill tab

20 Comments

I have this, it sucks.

MikeLondon

I have this, it sucks.

Isn't it supposed to suck?

It's under a tenner in Wilkinson's

I was suffering with lots of condensation in my bedroom, I bought this and realised very quickly this was not going to do the job and so purchased an electric dehumidifier for £130. In terms of running costs they will probably be about the same electric bill vs replacement cartridges for this. This collects about 0.1% the amount the electric dehumidifier does for about the same running costs. Bad economy in my opinion. Note that this unit has no electric fan, I put this by my window, If you think I have been using it wrong let me know.
Edited by: "MikeLondon" 12th Jan 2014

ferritmaster

Isn't it supposed to suck?



LOL, if anyone is interested this is what I ended up purchasing:

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MikeLondon

LOL, if anyone is interested this is what I ended up purchasing: … LOL, if anyone is interested this is what I ended up purchasing: http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/dd-tec16e1/duracraft-ddtec16e1-dehumidifier

Do you get much noise from it when it's running?

LOL, if anyone is interested this is what I ended up purchasing:

appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/d…ier [/quote]

hi is this good? wev moved into nee house just over 2 months and condensation is shocking! my bedroom wondow is soaking every morning its horrible, really need to get a decent one of these!

Anyone struggling with condensation long term should look at a DIY fit PIV system (positive input ventilation)

It's installed in the loft and runs at a low speed all the time, pulling air from the attic and blowing into the house to push airflow out along with condensation.

Google PIV - better then dehumidifier for a long term solution in my experience (used to work for a ventilation company)

Original Poster

VanDutch

It's under a tenner in Wilkinson's



I saw it earlier, but it is out of stock. not guaranteed to be available in store, so for less than a pound extra, I would prefer to have it delivered.

bobafett

Anyone struggling with condensation long term should look at a DIY fit … Anyone struggling with condensation long term should look at a DIY fit PIV system (positive input ventilation)It's installed in the loft and runs at a low speed all the time, pulling air from the attic and blowing into the house to push airflow out along with condensation.Google PIV - better then dehumidifier for a long term solution in my experience (used to work for a ventilation company)



Does having the walls insulated cause condensation? Never had a problem until I had this done.

It is to do with how well your house is ventilated, the water vapor from drying cloths, cooking, having showers and breathing has to escape. During the cold you tend not open windows and cold walls cause the water vapor to condense. In a poorly ventilated house you may need a dehumidifier. The electric ones have a compresser (like a fridge) + a blower so you could not sleep in a room with one on, but it is not distracting from next door. Mine has a timer so I cam run it for say 2 hrs in the morning it also has to blower settings so I can turn it down.

Noise level it like having air conditioning on, power consumption of mine is 280W so needs as much energy as a x 3 PS4s

Do these work via witchcraft? Sold on a promise so i suppose so.

did you received it is it good?

This device is fantastic!

where can you buy the refills for aero 360 pure

Bought 360 from b& m £ 7.99. £3.99 for two refills. It is in bathroom and started to work straight away

I bought this a few weeks ago as I live in a small damp flat, wouldn't say it makes a difference as I still seem to have condensation an the damp smell, it has collected a bit of water but wouldn't really rate this product
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