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Giottos AA1903 Rocket Air Blaster Large-Red

4.6
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Description

  • Overall 7.5 inches long with a 2.5 inch nozzle
  • Produces a large blast of clean directional air
  • Instant rebound of bulb pressure
  • One way valve brings clean air and does not re-distribute the dust
  • Made of high grade long life silicon rubber
  • Stands upright
  • 7.5-Inch long
  • 2.25-Inch long nozzle
  • 2.4-Inch diameter
  • Durable long-lasting construction

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Customer Reviews

Cleaned My Sony a77 Image Sensor Completely In One Use This is the largest bulb-type "air blaster" I have ever owned for my SLR. I use this product to clean the interior of my Sony a77 and it works beautifully.The level of dust removal you are able to achieve with this tool is so high that I have actually never used the sensor cleaning wand that I bought from Amazon several months ago.There was one particularly large piece of dust on my sensor which was showing up in all of my photos, almost completely marring them, and requiring severe retouching in Photoshop. My old bulb-style air blaster I'd bought from a big-box retailer couldn't even touch it, but one quick go with the Rocket Air Blaster fixed the problem for good.Do yourself a favor. Buy this for your SLR, use it to clean the interior regularly, and keep it in a resealable plastic bag when its not in use to keep it completely dust free. Protecting your investment is that easy, and that affordable. 5Works great for me! Pros:Reusable so you save money compared to using compressed air cans. You can control the pressure of the air coming out. Most of it is rubber so there isn't much of a danger from ESD damage. You can bend the nozzle so you can fit it in tight spots. Easy to transport since it's small. The air is brought in from the bottom of the rocket so the dust doesn't get sucked back in. If you hold it upside down, it doesn't freeze items or blast out poisonous gas.Cons:You don't get as much pressure when compared to a micro-vacuum or a can of compressed air. The noise it makes can be a tad bit annoying. It can wear out your hands if you use it too much (or have some form of arthritis). It would be nice to have the ability to switch nozzles so you can change the pressure of air coming out.Overall I love it! Saves me money and it's a lot of fun to use. I got a little too carried away at work the first day. Everyone at work started using it after I had used it for a while. We were using it on keyboards, computer monitors, cell phones (the power ports), inside and outside of computers, areas of our desks that had a lot of dust buildup, and the heat outlets on some laptops. It worked great in all areas except the keyboard. We figured we would need a higher pressure air for a keyboard.Hope you enjoy the video I uploaded. Enjoy! 5Must-have DSLR accessory The Giotto blower works very well. You would never want to jamb the nozzle into the camera sensor or lens, and indeed, you can give this unit a firm squeeze and there is no tendency for it to move toward the lens or sensor.I'm a bit puzzled by the design, however. When you squeeze the bulb, a check valve at the bottom air inlet closes so air goes out the nozzle. When you release the bulb, air enters through the nozzle and the bottom air inlet to refill the bulb. What's the purpose of the bottom air inlet? Why not just let the bulb refill via the nozzle?There is no filtering of the air you squirt into the camera body or lens with this device. The force of the air flow may dislodge particles from the sensor and lens, but it may shoot new dust pieces in to replace them. Maybe any new dust going in tends not to stick because of the moving air?What I would really like is for this unit to shoot filtered air into the camera or lens. I achieve that by putting a couple layers of flannel cloth over the bottom air inlet and hold them on with a rubber band. Because air can enter the bulb from the bottom air inlet or the nozzle, I put my finger over the nozzle when releasing my grip on the bulb. This is an awkward move, not quite possible with one hand and the other hand should be holding the camera or lens. But, it can be done.What the unit really needs is a check valve in both the bottom air inlet and the nozzle so air only enters via the bottom and only exits via the nozzle. This would be complemented by a filter over the bottom air inlet.Until Giotto or someone makes these improvements, I can live with this unit. 5Nifty Nifty little gizmo. Meant for cameras, but I've been using it to quickly clear out dust from my monitor and keyboard rather than buy compressed air cans. It's nice to have a duster that never runs out. I did wish it was just a little bit more powerful, and a little easier to aim. The nozzle tends to wiggle around when you're using it. It's also a little tough to rapidly blast air in quick succession, it takes a split second to refill, and can be a little awkward to hold. 4Smell Great product. Works well. The only problem is they manufacture it with scented baby powder. If you have a sensitive nose like me, it s horrible! I took it apart and had to wash it 20 times to make it acceptable. I don t understand why they just don t use non scent products when they produce them.Update: The baby powder smell came back and no amount of washing could get rid of it. Lowering my rating to one star. What a waste of time and money! 1Works I wanted a "clean" way to remove lint and dust from my camera lens and sensor area. I read some reviews, did some research, and ended up with this. It works. It does what I needed. It sucks in air away from the tip which is supposed to be a significant technological advantage over other similar products. Maybe, maybe not. What I didn't see is anything to prevent it from sucking up other debris. For all the bragging, I expected to see some type of lint filter or dust trap, but no. Again, it works. I've seen nothing better, but it's really just a squeeze bottle. 4This product blows! (Literally!) ;-) This Rocket Air Blaster just DOES it! It literally blows off almost any dust off your camera, your lenses, your backpack, your cars' dashboard, it takes care of most dust/lint/hair easily...it really just works well. Most of the blower/brushes you get with a camera cleaning kit just do not have the force behind it to blow much dust off your equipment. Plus, they also suck air back into the air reservoir (and dust too) with every squeeze. The Rocket Blaster, on the other hand, only blows air one way...it draws air in through the rear of the rocket, so when the 'bulb' refills with air, it doesn't suck back in the dust it just blew off you equipment. A simple but beautifully designed tool. It is of heavy duty construction; the blast of air really works, and it is so well built it should last for many, many years! I recommend them to all my photographer friends and the photography students I work with often. I recommend it to YOU too! :-) 5Nice product! Have bought two! I picked one of these up to see if it could save us some money and waste, and I must say I'm impressed. It's not as powerful as compressed air, which is still needed on occasion, but it works very well for daily maintenance and extends the time between heavy-duty cleanings significantly. My husband and I both use it regularly on our PC's and desks, and we like it well enough that we gave one to a techie friend as a gift.There's a bit of a rubbery odor when the item is new, but it isn't too bad, and fades after it's been out of the package for a bit. It does require some effort to use, but I consider this an added benefit, as my hands have always been a bit weak and can use the exercise; this also improves with regular use.It's also quite well-made and sturdy. We've had ours for about six months now, and despite daily use it's still in like-new condition.I really like this item, and will not hesitate to buy more of them anytime I find an occasion to do so. 5What is the big deal? From all the ratings and reviews, i was expecting a small manufacturing miracle, but only got exactly what you would expect this to be. It really is just a bulb that is the equivalent to the baby bulbs or to your mouth blowing a puff of air. You're really only paying for a cute design and the quick rebound, and not for a strong puff of air that would even come close to replacing compressed cansI'd return it, but the cost of my time and all the other pieces involved in getting a $12 item back to amazon isn't worth it if you care anything about America's resources and carbon footprints. 2Best Way to Get Contaminates Off Your CMOS Sensor and Out of Your Chamber. I have two full-frame digital SLR cameras - Nikon D700 & Sony Alpha 7r II (a mirror-less DSLR). I have used this blower to clean the CMOS sensors and chambers in both cameras with great success. It's also great for cleaning the backs of lenses I hate spots in my pictures! This eliminates contaminates from my cameras. Granted, I have had to use this three or four times to clean a spot that won't go easily, but this has always worked for me. It's safer than contact cleaning as it won't scratch.I've read the reviews from those who use this to try and blow dust from keyboards and other devices. This blower just isn't designed for that. It's designed to clean cameras. I have also seen people walking around with DSLR cameras with no lenses attached, hanging around their necks while they fumble in their camera bags looking for the right lens. They store the lenses in their bags without caps on either end. These people will have very "dirty" pictures. These conditions will present a challenge where it comes to cleaning the CMOS and chamber of their cameras. Don't expose the chamber of the camera any longer than is necessary and always store your lenses with caps on both ends. Otherwise, there's no point in having this type of camera and using this blower to clean it will undoubtedly fail. 5
Giottos AA1903 Rocket Air Blaster Large-Red

Giottos AA1903 Rocket Air Blaster Large-Red

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€50,00
Sale price
€50,00
Regular price
€82,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€32,00)