Zapals: Mini Anti-Static Keychain Car Static Eliminator 65p Postage only w/code
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Zapals: Mini Anti-Static Keychain Car Static Eliminator 65p Postage only w/code

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Shipping from ChinaFound 11th Aug
A shockingly low price of 65p get you through life without static shocks. Gotta to be worth a punt. Sign in and use code for this price.
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Well I never. There was I thinking that static charges can only be dissipated by a route to earth or through point discharge to atmosphere and along comes an ' ultra high, efficient pressure Nti static chip'. Next thing will be predicting the future by looking at chicken entrails
Amazing! According to pictures works even with plastic door handles! That's some space tech
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Amazing! According to pictures works even with plastic door handles! That's some space tech
Well I never. There was I thinking that static charges can only be dissipated by a route to earth or through point discharge to atmosphere and along comes an ' ultra high, efficient pressure Nti static chip'. Next thing will be predicting the future by looking at chicken entrails
dogpatch5 m ago

Well I never. There was I thinking that static charges can only be …Well I never. There was I thinking that static charges can only be dissipated by a route to earth or through point discharge to atmosphere and along comes an ' ultra high, efficient pressure Nti static chip'. Next thing will be predicting the future by looking at chicken entrails


Not for 65p delivered you won't.
And scratch your paint in the process
I can only imagine that there are people employed in China whose sole purpose is to think up ways to con numpties out of their money.
Open the car door, hold a metal part of the door as you climb out before putting a foot on the ground. No static shocks.

The Chinese are going to be mostly responsible for depleting the earth's raw materials with all these utterly pointless pieces of crap they insist on making for problems that don't exist.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 11th Aug
Predikuesi27 m ago

I can only imagine that there are people employed in China whose sole …I can only imagine that there are people employed in China whose sole purpose is to think up ways to con numpties out of their money.


You mean they're working on the next Call of Duty game?
dogpatch3 h, 14 m ago

Well I never. There was I thinking that static charges can only be …Well I never. There was I thinking that static charges can only be dissipated by a route to earth or through point discharge to atmosphere and along comes an ' ultra high, efficient pressure Nti static chip'. Next thing will be predicting the future by looking at chicken entrails


It would not need to discharge to earth to prevent the user from receiving a shock, it just needs to bring the user and the car door handle to the same potential more gradually than a direct contact with the door handle would. You could accomplish this using a 2p resistor. If the user's shoe soles are conductive it will drain to ground anyway.

I wouldn't use one of these as it looks rough enough to cause scratches, I'd rather put up with the shocks!

I used to get some quite painful shocks when opening the door to get in my father's previous two cars, he used to find it quite funny as he never got a shock from them, but I've never had a shock from his current car.
Edited by: "melted" 11th Aug
melted2 m ago

It would not need to discharge to earth to prevent the user from receiving …It would not need to discharge to earth to prevent the user from receiving a shock, it just needs to bring the user and the car door handle to the same potential more gradually than a direct contact with the door handle would. You could accomplish this using a 2p resistor. If the user's shoe soles are conductive it will drain to ground anyway. I wouldn't use one of these as it looks rough enough to cause scratches, I'd rather put up with the shocks!I used to get some quite painful shocks when opening the door to get in my father's previous two cars, he used to find it quite funny as he never got a shock from them, but I've never had a shock from his current car.


I got one the other day in my friend's car. I was wearing a wool jumper that I think acted as the medium.
jobibear32 m ago

I got one the other day in my friend's car. I was wearing a wool jumper …I got one the other day in my friend's car. I was wearing a wool jumper that I think acted as the medium.


Could this jumper be acting as a medium?

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gazdoubleu8 m ago

Could this jumper be acting as a medium?[Image]


Fantasic.
I've had one of these on my keyring for years not knowing what (if anything) it does...came as a gift from Halfrauds....now I know what it does...NOTHING
Time to save 65p.
spannerzone11th Aug

Open the car door, hold a metal part of the door as you climb out before …Open the car door, hold a metal part of the door as you climb out before putting a foot on the ground.


Funnily enough I personally never get a shock on the way out, only on the way in. I'd rather try this than carry a car door around with me
JustX8 m ago

Funnily enough I personally never get a shock on the way out, only on the …Funnily enough I personally never get a shock on the way out, only on the way in. I'd rather try this than carry a car door around with me


It's the nylon shell suits you wear, terrible for creating static
spannerzone10 m ago

It's the nylon shell suits you wear, terrible for creating static


What yo talkin about, this is my bizness suit
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