The rocket-shaped air-blowing ball series developed in 2002 are made from a silica gel, they are very powerful and refill quickly. They are made of a nontoxic, environmentally friendly material, resistant to both high and low temperatures, tear-proof. It has an air valve to prevent it from breathing in dust and blows out a powerful stream of air to blow dust away, to make cleaning lenses, cameras, filters a breeze. Unique rocket-shaped design can stand upright, and its removable nozzle can be removed and stowed.
• 7.5" Long
• 2.25" Long Nozzle
• 2.4" Max. Diameter
The Giottos Rocket Air Blaster is commonly used for Camera sensor cleaning, Everyday, Home, Landscape photography, Macro photography, Portraits, Sensor cleaning, Studio, Travel and more.The Giottos Rocket Air Blaster is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual user, Enthusiast, Getting started, Professional, Semi-professional among others.The Giottos Rocket Air Blaster is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Giottos Rocket Air Blaster: Durable, Easy to use, Improves product function, Lightweight and Reliable
Most Liked Positive Review
This product blows...
...the dust right off of your stuff. Nice potent stream of air, but it is large and takes up valuable pack space. I still manage to make room for it as it is an indispensable tool.
Most Liked Negative Review
Simply it doesn't work for sensor
It just doesn't work for sensors. And I guess that any blower won't. You just can't remove the dust that clings to the sensor due to electrostatic charges, now matter how hard you blow. Invest in a "wet" system- I did, and I am very happy. If you already own it, save it for lenses - it does its job here.
Reviewed by 249 customers
product is perfect to clean all my Nikon lenses including my high end 500mm
Best Camera Blower I ever used.
Use this for travel in my kit bag. Removes dust from lenses and inside my cameras.
It has allot of output and does the job. For the past 50 years I have used an ear syringe to blow dust off my lenses, negatives, etc. The Rocket works somewhat better because the stiffer rubber allows better aim of the nozzle; i.e., the nozzle wiggles less from side to side.
to get rid of dust in my camera lens and other places I wish it was smaller but you would not get the correct affect
I finally broke down and bought one and now I wonder why I hadn't done so earlier. I live in a dusty environment and now use this whenever I change out lenses or prepare to shoot to minimize dust from getting inside the lens. It is very effective at getting the dust off the lens to the point that I have not used a cloth in I don't know how long.
I know it is stupid to add a yet another positive review when there are so many of these here already but I just feel obliged. This is a very thought out tool. Not that I did not use a manual air blower before but this one is hands down my favorite one. It' huge, it stands and it's red. Highly recommended! Also good for solderding when you need to cool a component down quick.
I was a litle surprise when i first received the rocket air blaster as I didn't expect anything that big. But that's about the only cons i can think of. It'd be great if it was a little bit more compact so i can carry it around in my camera bag but it's not a deal breaker. It does its job beautifully, holds lots of air and takes the dust off your lenses, camera perfeclty.
This ie the best way to remove dust from lenses cameras and other gear (Quickley) with out wet cleaning.
Doesn't replace "canned air", but it is the best of the bulb blowers. Sturdy design and a strong "puff". Perfect for use on image sensors because there is no chance of liquid getting on the imager as there is with the pressurized products.
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