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Compressed Air / Air Duster £5.43 Delivered @ eBuyer
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Good price for some compressed air from ebuyer.
Is the Poundland air anti-static? /s
vibz19911 h, 25 m ago

£5.43 for some air? Better off buying a pack of walkers


I can do "free air" for half the price of Poundland

Sadly nobody will take me up on the offer

Maybe because of the "added aroma"
£5.43 for some air? Better off buying a pack of walkers
Edited by: "vibz1991" 6th Sep 2017
1gratefulgraham8 m ago

Its £1.85 for 400ml. NOT £5.43


£1.85 + £3.58 delivery = £5.43 delivered as per the title!
Its £1.85 for 400ml. poundland is a quid for 100ml
ITDusters CompuCleaner - Electric Air Duster £29.99 (Was £39.99) Delivered @ Sold by RGS Group Brands and Fulfilled by Amazon
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I have one of these and it is the best tool for cleaning dust off your consoles, laptop, telly etc. It is a very strong blower and has different nozzles to use if for different pur… Read more
Hello all, I assume everyone received theirs by now. I just tried using today and within minutes it became insanely hot and shut off. It still hot after sitting switched off for around 15 minutes. Is this normal? Many thanks
Thanks, Heat
Also handy for blowing sawdust, metal shavings and filters in vacuum cleaners, too name just a few other things I've used it for. Great bit of kit.
This is brilliant! Very powerful blower, not only used to clear dust from computers, laptops, and furniture (gets to the bits that you can get to, then vacuum up after), I also wash my glasses with washing up liquid, then blow dry using this, so I don't get scratches on my expensive lenses.

Heat added.
DrAcula1

I had been cleaning it but never noticed there was a black box (fan) … I had been cleaning it but never noticed there was a black box (fan) (where he is pointing blower in pic above.) with a couple of screws in so never cleaned that. My comp actually stopped working, it was full. Wish I had taken a photo.


That does sound gross lol
Air Duster Spray was £3.77 now £1.49 @ ebuyer.com - £5.07 Delivered
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Air Duster Spray 400ml
I bought these, these are more than double the air , as well the the pressure is amazing, will never go near a pound land one again, even the value for money crowd will agree the pound land ones poor value compared to this product and price.
Is this compressed air or butane??
We have some that use butane!! oO, the smell is awful
shouldn't vote cold because it's a good price for an add on item when you buy smth from ebuyer when you want to get free delivery, or when you want to buy in bulk.





Edited by: "plath" 7th Mar 2017
aa64xyz

​go to pound shop



Tbf this is 400ml the ones in Poundland are 200ml.
So per ml this is better.

It's just the shipping costs...
Buy 5 and it is a good price shipped
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Ebuyer.com Air Duster - 400ml - 12 Pack - £25.38 @ Ebuyer
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This high velocity air duster from Ebuyer.com is ideal for cleaning your computer, printer and many other electrical devices. Simply aim a short burst of air at your keyboard, tel… Read more
plath

you haven't included shipping.


True, so (12 x £1.49) + £4.60 delivery = £22.46 which saves £2.92 over the pack of 12 price.
cjed

Doesn't seem such a bargain when the individual cans are currrently £1.49 … Doesn't seem such a bargain when the individual cans are currrently £1.49 : http://www.ebuyer.com/649796-ebuyer-com-air-duster-400ml-ebairduster



you haven't included shipping.
Doesn't seem such a bargain when the individual cans are currrently £1.49 : ebuyer.com/649…ter
Next time I need to dust out something I'm going to use a garden sprayer bottle I have, obviously there's no liquids in it but I reckon it'll do the job nicely.
I use makeup brush to remove any dirt from my corsair kb. makeup brush have very fine but strong hair and they can reach all the hard to access places. you can even use it to dust off monitor without scratching.
Air Duster instore at Poundland - £1
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Decided to give the gaming beast a spring clean. The next cheapest I could find one was around £5. For £1 this is a brilliant deal.... however the offer on the website to buy a c… Read more
It's also quite wet. Contains some non propellant liquid which doesn't evaporate

I use one of these
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Crap vacuum cleaner but it can blow a laptop off a desk with ease
plewis00

Cheap but throws out a lot of freezing cold propellant!



Release the Krakken..........;)
Edited by: "Hondo" 28th Dec 2016
I used one if thes today to clean my pc

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Amazing bit of kit and very very powerful.

Not £1 mind
Have to agree, got a few of these and wish I spent more. Weak and probably not as safe as I'd like either
Always this price at poundland, but be careful, throws out a lot of liquid, even when following the proper usage for this.
Ebuyer.com Air Duster - 400ml /£1.49 usually £3.99 + (£2.99 del )
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Ebuyer air duster (400ml) on offer for £1.49 per can. Can be done on click and collect for £4.49 delivery so if you are ordering a few it's probably one of the cheaper prices for a… Read more
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working in a "target driven" business I would almost guarantee it is not a rough reference point otherwise the management are the only ones who would see this. I'm looking at a scoreboard in that photo.
treacle13

clearly they are being targeted on RMA's. Its either a valid RMA or not. … clearly they are being targeted on RMA's. Its either a valid RMA or not. Why would you then need a conversion rate?



It's a standard metric for business analysis. Every big company will have something similar in place. So for example, let's say you sell 100 Panasonic TX50-ABC123 widgets for instance. If the standard RMA rate is 2% across a team of say 8 people, but one of your staff is approving RMAs for that item at a rate of 20% then there's a potential problem and something that you need to look at in further detail. In a more complex business, you'll have batch numbers, manufacturing dates, buyer IDs, courier references etc. Product and customer data can be used for all sorts of things. It also works the other way as well. If you have Item X that's producing a high return rate above a set norm, as a business, it's something you want to be aware of in terms of further purchases of that item, the effect on customer goodwill, the arrangements or business terms you have with that supplier etc. If anything, the marker pen on the whiteboard that that team in the photo use seems particularly crude - I suspect it's more to give those staff a rough reference point.
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Picard123

All depends what it is though. One of my major client groups is a … All depends what it is though. One of my major client groups is a computer electronics retailer and they get tons of returns which are for ridiculous reasons. A LOT of people just use the item for a couple of weeks - and I mean heavily use - and then return it saying that they don't like it or some other weird excuse. People who do that cost you a lot of money and there are a significant proportion of people who do that. For example, that woman on Amazon who returned 30 out of 112 items. Have a generous returns policy and there are going to be people who abuse it. It's all about being fair and vigilant.



clearly they are being targeted on RMA's. Its either a valid RMA or not. Why would you then need a conversion rate?
treacle13

Merry christmas from ebuyer.



All depends what it is though. One of my major client groups is a computer electronics retailer and they get tons of returns which are for ridiculous reasons. A LOT of people just use the item for a couple of weeks - and I mean heavily use - and then return it saying that they don't like it or some other weird excuse. People who do that cost you a lot of money and there are a significant proportion of people who do that. For example, that woman on Amazon who returned 30 out of 112 items. Have a generous returns policy and there are going to be people who abuse it. It's all about being fair and vigilant.
Hazzsta

I tried using air dusters like this to clean my PC once and thought they … I tried using air dusters like this to clean my PC once and thought they were a bit of a waste of money. They didn't shift much dust, coated the components in liquid and ran out super quickly.



​you gotta hold em upright and not shake em
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Air Duster - 400ml - 12 Pack  £19.98 @ Ebuyer.com
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This deal works out at about £1.66 a can which in my opinion is a bargain. Don't let your PC suffer any more. Ebuyer.com Air Duster - 400ml - 12 Pack Main features of the Ebuyer… Read more
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VDisillusioned

I do use air dusters occasionally, but for lots of jobs I have a rocket … I do use air dusters occasionally, but for lots of jobs I have a rocket air blower which is usually powerful enough.


I never considered using them for anything but camera equipment! Given the recent "adult" deals i gotta say this could have been taken the wrong way
moneysavingkitten

I killed my server with a can of Poundland air duster. Drippy rubbish. … I killed my server with a can of Poundland air duster. Drippy rubbish. Your mileage my vary. I won't be using it again.



​dont use it upside down......
I do use air dusters occasionally, but for lots of jobs I have a rocket air blower which is usually powerful enough.
stevelo1973

i buy cans of air from poundshop works brilliantly



I killed my server with a can of Poundland air duster. Drippy rubbish. Your mileage my vary. I won't be using it again.
i buy cans of air from poundshop works brilliantly
Air Duster - £3 instore @ ASDA (Weymouth)
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350ml fill Air Duster Fellowes. At ASDA Weymouth. These are often £10 or more. Suspect a national deal - no reduced price sticker
"These are often £10 or more."

really?
Original Poster
Wilko has these at £3.75 and the poundland ones are much smaller.
aa64xyz

£1 at pound shops



More water in the pound shop ones no good for electronics. However always around this price in wilko
£1 at pound shops
Air Duster (compressed) 200ml £1 @ Poundworld
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Air Duster. Saw someone post some wipes and within the comments was someone asking where to find compressed air. Here it is. Available in Poundworld (more commonly, national) and … Read more
pffcouk

Blowing through a straw just encourages spot to get all over … Blowing through a straw just encourages spot to get all over electronics,eww!



DOWN Spot!
magnetic_fields

Thanks, will give that a try!



​Don't dent your car especially to try it! I don't do refunds
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Waldolf

For dents which are pushed in and smooth without a defined crease, you … For dents which are pushed in and smooth without a defined crease, you can heat the metal for a few minutes and then spray this on and the rapid cooling contracts the metal causing the dent to pop out. It might take a few goes, and it works best with bigger panels that are more springy.



Thanks, will give that a try!
magnetic_fields

Eh? How?



For dents which are pushed in and smooth without a defined crease, you can heat the metal for a few minutes and then spray this on and the rapid cooling contracts the metal causing the dent to pop out. It might take a few goes, and it works best with bigger panels that are more springy.
Original Poster
magnetic_fields

Eh? How?



Presumably hot then immediately cold, but I might be off the mark with that assumption!
Compressed Air Duster Can HFC Free Gas Flammable 400ml RRP:£18.03 Now £5.77 delivered @ Amazon/Rybond
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AIR DUSTER used as keyboard cleaner, Printer Cleaner, Laptop Cleaner, Xbox 360 & Playstation Console cleaner and most hard to reach electrical equipement.
What a joke.
qasiim

RRP £18.03? Maybe 10 years ago!



Recommended rip-off price. In other words "We pretend to sell it at this, so you can make it look like a bargain".
Edited by: "Halfmad" 28th Jan 2015
just blow up a ballon and release
Was it £18.03 originally? must have been desperate
For just 1 can? Seriously?!!
Air Duster (compressed air) £1 poundland (+refill hack +price compare)
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Remove those xmas debris from too many late nights on hot UK deals whilst snacking and bargain hunting. Seriously cheap at £1, similar products at next best prices Maplin £9.99 P… Read more
grandwazoo

Name names please!!


mark/peter/jane/Lesley/steven/robert
Wirral_guy

These are just filled with air and a propellant - the better ones … These are just filled with air and a propellant - the better ones actually have the air in a bladder and the propellant separate so tend to have drier air coming out but as has been said - tip it too far and you will get the liquid 'air' coming out.



Mixing compressed air with a propellant would be potentially explosive I would have thought.

Usually "air" dusters contain nothing but liquefied butane or a hydrofluorocarbon:- en.wikipedia.org/wik…ter
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This_Is_My_Username

Refill hack?



removed for safety concerns as it involves piercing the can. Easy to find on google though.
Refill hack?
5 Star Air Duster Can HFC Free Compressed Gas Flammable 400ml (Pack of 4) £10 @ Amazon
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Use on all printers, keyboards and office equipment. Compressed gas to remove debris and dirt from hard to reach areas. Extension tube included. HFC free. Flammable. 400ml can. Pac… Read more
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Quick update, the price for this just dropped from £15.04 to £12.86.
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Damn, it's back up in price to £15 again. I needs its too
AGrumpyDad

Nice find, thanks for sharing.I'm sure there are plenty of us on here … Nice find, thanks for sharing.I'm sure there are plenty of us on here that would appreciate a pointer in the right direction for where to find a mini compressor for around the £40 mark. Would you mind letting us know?



ebay.co.uk/itm…12c

Although I'd perhaps spend a little more.
flame thrower! ;))
oddballjamie

I really want to try it on a dent on the missus car, but also don't want … I really want to try it on a dent on the missus car, but also don't want my neighbours to think I've gone a little mental.



Exactly what I was thinking....
Air Duster Can 400ml - ebuyer - £1.98
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This could also go under the 'home' category. When I added this to the basket, I got an option for free next day delivery. Cheaper than any 400ml that I have seen. Will be buying… Read more
Mum2ConnornCerys

Poundland sell this, I've bought it but unsure what the ml content is … Poundland sell this, I've bought it but unsure what the ml content is against value of this one.[/quote[quote=Mum2ConnornCerys]Poundland sell this, I've bought it but unsure what the ml content is against value of this one.



Poundland sell 200ml ones. I have about 20 of them stocked lol.
never going to buy these again and this has made me consider getting a datavac. Awful product; I followed the instructions on the back of the tin and frozen vapour comes out which could potentially damage PC components.
Edited by: "Majnu" 29th May 2014
Important: buy at least two or three - as you use them they get cold so the pressure decreases. You need a couple of spares if you have more than a tiny bit of blowing to do.
Those straws they give you don't fit the nozzles. There's also a lot of liquid sprayed out. I used the cans correctly. Got 2 last time as they were so cheap. Same issue with both.

And judging by comments from others who have bought these, would not buy if intended for the inside of a computer case.
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Lazer Air Duster 200ml - £1 @ Poundland
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Air Duster Air duster can be used on all printers, keyboards and office equipment. Compressed gas to remove debris from hard to reach areas. - See more at: http://www.poundland.co… Read more
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NEtech

OK, after doing some research into how the manufacturing process works I … OK, after doing some research into how the manufacturing process works I stand corrected, I was wrong.



that's honest
eslick

All of the comments and it still got hot someone won't read these think … All of the comments and it still got hot someone won't read these think its a bargain and......




this happens a lot. one person's bargain is another person's rubbish.

as an example I was being attacked by rats when some buildings were knocked down nearby. Once resolved I threw away everything in the kitchen. A lot of things were too big to go in the bin. I put them outside by the bin and people took them before the bin men. came. i do hope they washed them.
Shazzz

Who can recommend a good can of air for a decent price? I'm looking … Who can recommend a good can of air for a decent price? I'm looking everywhere for something decent and not awfully expensive like £10



I hate to say it but PCworld. It isn't cheap but it isn't crap etiher. trouble is the decent commercial stuff you cannot get unless you buy by the box.
djdynamite123

Exactly Kofey, some of these people sound like the liberal left. The only … Exactly Kofey, some of these people sound like the liberal left. The only chance you will get for gaining liquid sprayed out is if you shake the can or spray upside down or on it's side. Very simple procedure to follow.



not sure quite what the liberal left sounds like. personally I am slightly to the right of Genghis Khan.
Kofey

Bad quality? Are you guys joking?Hold the can upright at all times. Never … Bad quality? Are you guys joking?Hold the can upright at all times. Never shake it. Spray into the air to test for liquid before using it. Always spray in short bursts. Stop and take a break if the can gets cold.There you have it. Not once have I had any form of liquid/film/bad smells come of it and I've been using this stuff for months to clean my stuff..



sure OK, you must be right, I worked as a computer operator for 10 years. I cleaned and loaded computer equipment all day for the MOD.

but I'm sure you must be right. after all you have used it for months.
V7 Air Duster - 400ml £1.98 get this deal before it EVAPORATES email saying free delivery this month @ ebuyer.com
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ignore the pun :) but I needed this to blast in between my aftermarket heat sync and 400ml will last for ages Check your account for free postage not sure if it applys to everyone… Read more
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Votedcold. Customer services and the quality of products are terrible.

Type ebuyer in to Google and see for your self!

I've been burned for a fortune over faulty goods and still hundreds of pounds out of pocket

I'm one of hundreds maybe thousands

theregister.co.uk/201…ed/

Voted cold based on experience of quality and service. Similar prices can be found elsewhere if you are willing to look.

eBuyer beware
damo1972

Pound shop, how much I hear you cry? £1


that pound shop stuff sprays liquid, not air
Already delivered !

Great service from ebuyer X)
Edited by: "sullie" 24th Feb 2014
No free delivery for me
redarrowrules

And then you can carry your computer to your bin. Don't use the poundland … And then you can carry your computer to your bin. Don't use the poundland stuff, I bought a can and glad I tested it out on my hand first as it left some moisture which isn't good for electrical goods.



Used the poundland ones for ages on a number of pc's - none in the bin yet. As long as you use correctly in short bursts with the can always upright it's fine. All the brands are the same, just compressed air with a propellant.
Fellowes Air Duster £2.99 @ Sainsburys (Rayleigh, Essex)
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@ £2.99 Bargain
Low presdure on poundland cans heated
edit* upside down to stop spray of liquid
poundland cans are ok for keyboards, but if you want to use inside the pc case, better off with these, little to no residue/liquid, poundland one's i gave up on due to having to hold upside down, plus these are at least twice as big if not 3x
heat added usually around £5
Constantine

Poundland do cans of air, can not see this air being 3 times better.



Dunno about better, but it'd be worth comparing the capacity of each. Wouldn't surprise me if this had 3x the air in it.
just blow on your keyboard, its free
Air Duster Can £1 @ Poundland
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Can be used on all printers, keyboards and office equipment. Remove debris from hard to reach areas.
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superivanho

that's what I've bought and used last time when I fix my PC. Added a 30p … that's what I've bought and used last time when I fix my PC. Added a 30p used book to qualify super saver delivery



do they squirt out liquid too? i really need a decent can of air..
elliotf1

makes sense to mee,g you're either illiterate or trollinghow can you not … makes sense to mee,g you're either illiterate or trollinghow can you not understand?BTW OP voted hot as been looking for compressed air without having to spend £4 amazon



He's saying it's both - false economy AND crap rather than only one or the other ;-)
Once every couple of months I take my PC keyboard in the shower with me, I give it a good blast it gets all the droppings out, then I leave to dry in the airing cupboard overnight - right as rain next day.
Top tip : Don't use a karcher jetwash - scatters the keys all around the estate.
i bought a couple of these earlier in the year, all i can say is don't waste your quid. Both the ones i had just soaked the dust and made it cling even more.
Absolutely useless.
bought three of these and they are pretty poor really, wont be buying anymore, they have a very week puff
Lazer Air Duster can 200ml £1 @ Poundland
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I was looking for some other stuff, found this near Mobile phone cases shelf, although no need but picked up for laptop and other stuff cleaning. Cheapest else where I remember i… Read more
PS one thing these are good for is removing shallow dents on metal body work, Warm the area thoroughly with an hairdryer and then spray with the inverted can the sudden cooling causes rapid contraction of the metal and the dent should pop out, will not work where the dent has creases at the edge.

Mixed results that depend on several factors (panel shape, thickness of metal, type of dent etc) but it worked on the boot lid of my dads clio when he backed into a bin and I gave it a shot.

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It doesn't work for freezing warts off fingers though (I tried so no-one else has to)
Edited by: "harlzter" 24th Aug 2013
Fandango_Grim

PV=nRT brother

Don't you dare throw the ideal gas thing at me! Ha. Still don't think it would be liquid air coming out of it though, more likely solvent.
Don't buy this, it's absolutely crap. I only got one because my laptop was over heating and I didn't want to wait with Amazon. It's sprays out liquid along with the air which you don't want in a damn laptop.
johndavies68

good price purchased last week for this price. shake can before use … good price purchased last week for this price. shake can before use otherwise it looks as if you've sneezed on your computer if you don't.


Your suppose to hold the can pretty much straight up so this doesn't happen
MIDURIX

liquid air is minus 200 celcius or colder so I don't think so.



PV=nRT brother
5 Star Air Duster Can HFC Free Compressed Gas Flammable 400ml @Amazon (Seller: love Office Stuffs)
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Decent price and good reviews.
jasonandsarah1

just buy a compressor £50 ! will inflate tryes , airbeds , clean vaccum … just buy a compressor £50 ! will inflate tryes , airbeds , clean vaccum filters / motor. clean pc , amps etc etc , spary paint fence panels , cars , bikes so many uses.had mine for 7 years . @ the prices you pay for cans a compressor will pay for itself in no time.


Can you recommend a decent one? You should post a deal thread.
just buy a compressor £50 ! will inflate tryes , airbeds , clean vaccum filters / motor. clean pc , amps etc etc , spary paint fence panels , cars , bikes so many uses.
had mine for 7 years . @ the prices you pay for cans a compressor will pay for itself in no time.
in fairness these are just as crap and dont last 2 minutes. the best one i used was made by maplin but is expensive at £14. lasts for ages.
veedubjai

Cheaper at £land. £1 per 200ml can.

g
Super saver delivery on these? Or do I need to find a cheap cd haha
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