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It's larger than most dust blowers, which means it has more air to pump out! More solidly built than most, as well.
LittleBoy235
· 12 November 2016
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Yes you could use it to get rid of loose dust but not if it's stuck on quite powerfull.
Darrell Hodkinson
· 01 September 2014
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The measurements given in the product description seem accurate when I measured mine - 6.1 x 6.1 x 19 cm (2.4 x 2.4 x 7.5 inches). Naturally the body of the air blower can be squashed somewhat and the feet are rubberised, but the hard plastic top cannot be removed (without breaking it).
Andrew Merrett
· 25 January 2016
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It is surprisingly powerful but it's not as powerful as an air duster and requires more physical effort as you will need to squeeze it for each blow. It might be worth using one to do the first bit of dust clearing and then use an air duster on the harder stuff.
Amazon Customer
· 15 August 2014
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No idea but it's big and worked as described reviews on Amazon for other products were uninspiring.
Mr David S Taylor
· 12 November 2016
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Only as a package!
Amazon Customer
· 16 July 2018
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I've had one or two blowers which are of no real effective use simply because they are too small and don't contain enough air to create a good pressure when squeezed. This is a good handful and will move any debris that's not glued down!
Mr Terence Nicholas
· 10 June 2016
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Can't see why it would cause any harm to your camera.
I have had mine since October 2011 and it's still as good as the day I bought it.
It's uses are endless and I will buy another if I ever manage to wear it out.… see more
Can't see why it would cause any harm to your camera.
I have had mine since October 2011 and it's still as good as the day I bought it.
It's uses are endless and I will buy another if I ever manage to wear it out.
Would I recommend this to anyone? Without hesitation. :) see less
Can't see why it would cause any harm to your camera.
I have had mine since October 2011 and it's still as good as the day I bought it.
It's uses are endless and I will buy another if I ever manage to wear it out.
Would I recommend this to anyone? Without hesitation. :)

Mr Steve Jackson
· 14 June 2015
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