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Giottos AA1910 Medium Rocket Air Blaster (6.6)


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  • Stands upright
  • 6.6-Inch long
  • 2.25-Inch long nozzle
  • 2.1-Inch diameter
  • Durable long-lasting construction
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000L9OIQC
  • Item model number: AA1910
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (204 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Medium black 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.

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Gives a good blast of air to get rid of stubborn dust particles.
Susan Starr
Any DSLR owner without a tool to blow out dust and debris is not taking great care of expensive equipment.
Perpetual Student
This is just enough smaller than the large version to fit comfortably in my camera bag.
LightCarver

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இ Fuzzy Wuzzy's Summary:
ѾѾѾѾѾ Highly recommended with warm fuzzies!

Several years ago, I purchased two of these medium-sized Rocket Airs and two of the large-sized Giottos AA1900 Rocket Air Blaster Large (Black). There is also the more compact Giottos AA1920 Rocket Air Blaster Small (Black), but I find the larger and more forceful volume of air that is blown by the Medium-sized and Large-sized Rocket Airs to be more useful, requiring fewer blasts of air to get the job done. These are the best air blowers on the market! My Rocket Airs are still going strong after several years of near-daily usage, so I recommend this highly for both effectiveness and durability. Don't just settle for the tiny blowers that come in the camera cleaning kits; those tiny blowers are far more compact and easy to carry, but they cannot do much to dislodge stubborn electrostatically-charged dust.

After I decide upon what I am packing, traveling with, or what camera bag or backpack I am carrying, I then decide whether to take my medium or large Rocket Air for the outing. And one of my large Rocket Airs always stays at home for a variety of non-camera uses too. I usually travel with the medium-sized Rocket Air because it is more compact. For cleaning camera sensors on my three Canon dSLRs, I use the large-sized Rocket Air because I want a good blast of air without inserting the Blaster's nozzle into the camera body. I do not want to get the Rocket Air's nozzle too close to my camera's sensor for fear of bumping the plastic nozzle tip onto the sensor.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Daniel E. Kenyon on March 13, 2011
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I wasn't sure if I should buy the small, medium, or large size. I went with medium. It seems to be about the perfect size for effective air distrubution and being able to stash it in a camera gear bag. I purchased this because for the first time since I have owned this camera(Canon DSLR) I had an annoying speck showing up on my camera sensor(shows up in pictures but not through camera viewer) I locked the mirror up in the camera settings, carefully blew it out, then checked again, the speck had moved.. Did it again and it took care of it. Seems to be a well manufactured item and promises to not redistribute more specks by filtering it's own air. A very good investment for what I paid. I don't doubt this will last a very long time and be used on many more occasions.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on September 4, 2010
This thing saved my rear when I was shooting in the dusty Serengeti. I got dust on my sensor and would have gone absolutely insane if I couldn't take decent photos. The rocket blaster cleaned the sensor and allowed me to start breathing again! The medium size is more portable than the large, but the large blaster is probably more effective. If you've got room go for the large. If not, the medium will suffice.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By idesign on April 26, 2013
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Long time user of Giottos blasters. Got a new camera and wanted another medium one. Pulled it out of the box and first thing I noticed was the sticker Giottos uses to seal the package was undone and dirty. Then I pulled the rocket out of the package and BAM was hit with a whiff of horrible rubber smelling compound. None of my other rockets smelled AT ALL! And I've had them in hot bags and everything. This one smells like cooked rubber. Then I compared it to a genuine black medium blaster I bought a year ago, and it is fake. Does not have the inspection sticker on the Nozzle, the mold lines are different, and the smell is just awful.

This was sold and shipped by Amazon, no a third party. So to Amazon, you have a batch of fake rockets. I've already begun the return/ exchange process, but I sincerely hope Amazon that you send me a genuine rocket in exchange.

Not happy.

My 1 star rating is for amazon and to alert people that there are fakes. As a product, these are really, really awesome when you get the genuine one.

buyer beware!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By AlexCphoto on April 26, 2012
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I have used this rocket blower for over 6 years now, and have tested other blowers as well. The rocket blower is so good that it has gotten me through owning a canon 20D, 30D, and 40D without ever needing a professional cleaning done. This tools helps you stay on top of dust, the moment a speck shows up on your images, lock your mirror up,. Throw a few puffs of air at the sensor (camera opening faced down, rocket faced upwards, (this way specks of dust fall out of the camera when they become dislodged)) Repeat this step till dust is gone.

I have found the more dust you have the harder it is to remove, so letting dust build up only makes cleaning harder,. the rocket lets you stay one step ahead of the dust, and never needs new parts or chemical refills.

definitely get the medium sized one, the small one has a little less air pressure/flow and that can result in having to do the cleaning over and over again till it finally gets the bit of dust off,. the medium sized one has a good strong, but not to strong gust of air that comes out of it. I have never tested the large one.

Never use compressed air from a compressor (unless it's been regulated down for in camera use, and moisture filtered) or from a spray can this can damage your camera in numerous ways.

I keep my rocket in a zip lock bag, this keeps dust from collecting on the rocket and ending up in my camera.

Never touch the rocket to any part of the internals of your camera, never leave the camera "open" for longer than needed, always put a cap or lenses on the camera, I never leave any of my cameras "open" for longer than 15-30 seconds as the longer its open the more likely new dust will end up inside of it.
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