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Giottos AA1903 Rocket Air Blaster Large-Red

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  • Stands upright
  • 7.5-Inch long
  • 2.25-Inch long nozzle
  • 2.4-Inch diameter
  • Durable long-lasting construction
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0013J0502
  • Item model number: AA1903
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 5, 2008

Product Description

Large red Rocket Air Blaster easily removes dust and debris from cameras, lenses and filters with a powerful blast of air. Made of rubber. Includes a one-way valve to prevent Blaster from breathing in dust and spreading it back to your equipment.

Customer Reviews

It's portable enough to carry in a large camera bag.
MAJiC
This Rocket Air Blower is an indispensable product, first step in cleaning DSLR camera sensors,lenses, computer keyboards, etc.
Miguel A. Rodriguez
Giottos AA1903 Rocket Air Blaster Large is a very good option and I strongly recomend it.
Remiliani

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Miguel A. Rodriguez on November 7, 2008
This Rocket Air Blower is an indispensable product, first step in cleaning DSLR camera sensors,lenses, computer keyboards, etc. This air blower uses a hand-squeeze to generate a very strong burst of air pressure. The blower generates a burst strong enough to remove particles that might scratch a camera lens or filter, safer than wiping it with lens tissue or a lens cloth. The Giottos Rocket Air Blower is actually quite soft made of strong rubber material. A light hand pressure is enough to generate a good burst of air. I constantly use this item to clean laptop keyboards as well as LCD display. I highly recommend this product to photographers with DSLR cameras and hobbyists in general. There are about 3 different sizes of this device, I highly recommend the largest unit for computers and cameras.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Trevor C. Morgan on May 29, 2012
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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.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Diego Raigoza Nuñez on January 1, 2009
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This Giottos RocketAir Blaster it's that; a BLASTER.

This is a huge blower with a long nozzle that is large enough to reach within a camera's mirror box without needing you to insert the bulb inside the camera as well.

Since the blower is so big, every squeeze releases a strong thrust of air that should be enough to remove any lose dust particles laying on places they dont belong.

It's design makes it stand on its own, no worry it will roll over or need to keep an eye on it.

Maybe the only down point of this blower its the size, it may be too big to carry around in a tight place, the instructions tell you not to move it around in a tight place, so if you got a small bag, you may not be able to carry it. But if you got a big enough bag, by all means take it with you! If you're looking for an item that will remove particles that shouldnt be on your camera, this is the one you need.

You can also use it to blow air into keyboards or musical equipment.

It's big, powerful and good looking. A must have.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Glenn Carpenter on November 6, 2009
Glance through my reviews and you'll see I'm hardly inclined to give a product five stars without a good reason. In this case I have no choice: the large Giottos Rocket Blaster is an item of such flawless quality and functionality that I literally can't think of a single way it could be improved.

In its standing position it has approximately the proportions of a large drinking glass. It's not small; in fact it's about as big as it can be while still fitting comfortably in your hand. That's an important detail: squeezing it is easy enough but because of its size it moves enough air to direct a strong, smooth blast at whatever you're attempting to clean. I've spent half my life trying to blow dust off lenses with junky little blower/brushes that don't do a thing, and through size alone the large Giottos blaster is a vastly better tool for the job.

Beyond that, there are lots of design details that help the Rocket Blaster do its job. The materials, particularly the expensive silicone rubber used for the blower bulb itself, are of obvious high quality. The bulb has a separate intake valve at its rear, so that it can fill more quickly than would be the case if the small blower nozzle were its only source of intake air. And of course its freestanding "rocket" design is itself simple, useful and unique. Look closely at the blower nozzle: the hole through which the air is forced is not round, it's an obviously-deliberate triangular shape, and if you think about it a moment it might occur to you that a this interesting shape might very well be more efficient at generating a coherent stream of air than a simple round nozzle. Just another detail.

The end result is an item that is deceptively simple but so nicely made that it just doesn't have any competition.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Chris R. Field on January 20, 2009
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I was expecting something a bit smaller i guess, maybe the size of one of those deals you use to get boogers out of babies noses.

i got this thing in and i wondered if i needed to get clearance from NASA to use it.

Ok, yeah, that is a slight exaggeration, but this is big enough that i cannot fit it in my lowepro flipside 200 with my d40, 55-200 lens, speedlight, and camera. lol..

if yer looking for something travel size go down a notch.

that aside, this thing works very well. i used it once it arrived and it got most of the dust off my mirror and focus screen.

i give this a 5/5.

just remember, this thing is big. ..... about the size of a real fat lawn dart for those old enough to remember lawn darts, or "jarts" as we called them.
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