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Giottos AA1900 Rocket Air Blaster Large - Black
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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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|Package Height||2.1 x 3.5 x 10.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.3 pounds|
|Style Name||Air Blaster|
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Large 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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The design is quite ingenious, actually. There is a small air inlet valve on the bottom of the rubber pump, and that is where the air is sucked back into the blower after using. This makes it to where the dust you just blew out doesn't get sucked back into the nozzle and redistributed during the next pump. This is definitely something you want to take into consideration when using a blower for cleaning camera sensors. It is extremely important!
I would recommend the Rocket Air Blaster to anyone who asks. In my opinion, going with the larger blaster is better, because it has more air to blow out. But, if you are using it in a smaller travel bag, I might recommend going with the smaller sizes. Check the photo for size reference.
I'm just an amateur photographer and I'd like to refrain from having to brush or wipe my lenses or my sensor. I have only had experience with 2 other blowers and while they were effective, I wanted a something better. This Giotto blower seems to be well made and the little touches like the triangular hole and the rocket fins that allow you to stand this without worry of it rolling off your table are very thoughtful, practical, and functional design elements.
I don't see this as leaps and bounds better than other blowers I've used but it is better and easy to recommend for the price.
This sort of bulb type thing is recommended for DSLR sensor cleaning because you can't accidentally cause it to spew freezing liquid like you can if you hold one of those compressed gas cans upside down or at a bad angle. Freezing liquid is not good for sensors. I just wish the bulb could spew air with as much force as duster cans, but that's a bit beyond what you can expect from this sort of device.
You can also use it as a stand for your sunglasses, and then take a goofy photo of your sunglasses perched on the blower. The photo will look sort of like a goofy face.
Hmm, now that I look around I'm not sure where mine is. Hopefully my cats haven't chewed it up. Cat proofing might make a good feature for the next version.
Pros: it is inexpensive; it's on prime delivery; it has a built-in valve to keep the dirty air away from your surfaced to be cleaned; it's small; it's foldable; it can stand and be stable on a flat surface; one handed operation, red tip to find it easily in your bag of tricks
Cons: it's black so it sometimes gets 'lost' in a black bag with black equipment around it, luckily the red tip helps keep it visible :)