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Giottos Rocket Air Blaster Large Dust-Removal Tool (Black)

BH #GIBAL • MFR #AA1900
Giottos Rocket Air Blaster Large Dust-Removal Tool (Black)
Key Features
  • Length: 7.5"
  • Diameter: 2.4"
  • Nozzle Length: 2.25"
  • Blows Dust off Sensitive Surfaces
The large black Rocket Air Blaster Dust-Removal Tool from Giottos safely blows clean air to eliminate dust from sensitive or hard-to-reach surfaces, such as those on lenses, cameras, filters, and keyboards. It is crafted from durable, natural, and environmentally-friendly silicone rubber that offers a virtually instantaneous rebound for a nearly continuous stream of clean air. Its nozzle can be removed for cleaning and is 2.25" long. It features an opening designed to eliminate whistling. A one-way valve on the bottom brings in clean air and does not redistribute dust. Additionally, the blaster stands up on its own and can be set on a flat surface without rolling around.
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Giottos AA1900 Overview

The large black Rocket Air Blaster Dust-Removal Tool from Giottos safely blows clean air to eliminate dust from sensitive or hard-to-reach surfaces, such as those on lenses, cameras, filters, and keyboards. It is crafted from durable, natural, and environmentally-friendly silicone rubber that offers a virtually instantaneous rebound for a nearly continuous stream of clean air. Its nozzle can be removed for cleaning and is 2.25" long. It features an opening designed to eliminate whistling. A one-way valve on the bottom brings in clean air and does not redistribute dust. Additionally, the blaster stands up on its own and can be set on a flat surface without rolling around.

Giottos AA1900 Specs

Air Blower Type
Hand Blower
Dimensions
ø: 2.5 x L: 7.5" / ø: 6.3 x L: 19.1 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.305 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
10.95 x 3.9 x 2.7"

Giottos AA1900 Reviews

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Does the surface of the rubber become dislodged ...

Does the surface of the rubber become dislodged into small filaments if rubbed or handled aggressively?
Asked by: Peter
No, the rubber holds up very well and does not dry and crack.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2023-07-23

The length is stated as 7.5" and the nozzle as ...

The length is stated as 7.5" and the nozzle as 2.25". Is the total length of the rocket 7.5" or 9.75"?
Asked by: Roger
Giottos Rocket Air Blaster Large Dust-Removal Tool (Black is 7.5'' h X 2.5'' w. If you remove the nozzle it is 2.25'' long the remaining part wich is the valve is is 5.3/8''
Answered by: llinelva
Date published: 2023-09-12

Is it good to blow dust off film negatives before ...

Is it good to blow dust off film negatives before scanning?
Asked by: Leonard
yes
Answered by: Allan
Date published: 2021-08-23

Can I use this on Camera and Lenses?

Can I use this on Camera and Lenses?
Asked by: Nikunj
I have several Giottos Rocket Blasters and use them on all my lenses as well as the camera lens mount area. My Nikon Z9 has a shield that protects the sensor, but I assume that any dust on the shield could find its way to the sensor. I also used directly on the sensor of my Nikon D4 to remove dust on the sensor. No problems of any kind. Before and after every shoot I use the Rocket Blaster on all my lenses and the camera mount area. I assume that dust that isn't evident is nevertheless there waiting there to screw things up. I have used other blasters, but this is the best without question. I'm not getting any compensation for this recommendation, but if you know anyone at Giottos who would like to send me $$$ with no strings attached, I would accept it. I am a Western landscape, macro, everything interesting professional photographer located in Colorado.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2023-02-01

question

It claims to have a detachable nozzle. Do you simply pull nozzle off and rinse inside of blower with water? Mine is fairly old and no longer blows clean air.
Asked by: Vicki
Hi Vicki,yes you can simply remove the nozzle for cleaning.-Thomas
Answered by: THOMAS H.
Date published: 2022-04-17

question

Is it safe to blow on sensor?
Asked by: Edmond
No problem here...The Rockets are very economic & safe for sensors and have a built in filter when taking in air so you're not sucking in contaminated air to discharge...
Answered by: Charles K.
Date published: 2022-05-10

question

Is there much difference in the amount of air blown with the Large Giottos versus the Medium? I'm mostly wondering if the extra bulkiness/length of the Large one is worth it versus saving a little space in my camera bag?
Asked by: Jeff S.
Bigger IS BETTER, or they would not make one! FIND Room in your Bag. I forgot mine 3,000 miles away at Palouse,Wash. Car drives by when Im changing lenses.I had a small cheapie blower,worthless,ruined many shots,no blaster to clean sensor.Don't go on a shoot without it. $130 to clean Sensor.
Answered by: EDWARD C.
Date published: 2022-11-01

question

Removing smudges?
Asked by: Janet D.
Hi.It remove only dust, no stain or water drop.it is only for dust.
Answered by: Guy R.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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