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

BH #GIBAM • MFR #AA1910
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Giottos Rocket Air Blaster Medium Dust-Removal Tool (Black)
Key Features
  • Length: 6.6"
  • Diameter: 2.1"
  • Nozzle Length: 2.25"
  • Blows Dust off Sensitive Surfaces
The medium 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 AA1910 Overview

The medium 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 AA1910 Specs

Air Blower TypeHand Blower
Dimensionsø: 2.1 x L: 6.6" / ø: 5.3 x L: 16.8 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.26 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11 x 4 x 2.85"
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question

should i use it in a humidified room most of the dust in my camera is static dust?
Asked by: Anonymous
That must be a better idea than in a room where the humidity is very low or unknown. BUT would blowing humid air into the camera really solve that problem? I'd like to think that is true. On the other hand I think there may be better approaches to removing dust from inside a camera. Blowing it around in there might not be the best approach.
Answered by: DR A.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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