Rocket blower, does the job adequately. No complaints at all, perfect to clean sensor on your DSLR or any kind of electronics without risking damage, I also use it to clean my laptop's keyboard and sometimes to annoy the cat.
Bought to clean out the inside of a PlayStation 4. This delivers a powerful jet of dry air which is great for cleaning out fans and heat sinks. If it's humid then make sure to remove the base to let any moisture evaporate after use.
At the time of writing, this is still a pre-release item so very little information beyond a brief description of its intended purpose was available - so when I received this, I was rather surprised by how large it is: around 17cm high (including the nozzle).
The air blower is quite a chunky and robust feeling bit of kit that resembles a child's bath toy (especially since the base acts as a suction cup) and delivers a reasonably powerful puff of air when the bulb is squeezed. It's not as powerful as using a canister of compressed air, but is more sustainable, long-lasting and moves unwanted dust/particles reasonably effectively. Indeed, the gentler action of this vs compressed air seems less likely to drive small particles of dust to become wedged.
At the time of writing, pricing information is not available.
If, like me, you're into cameras and all manner of electronic gadgetry one of the most useful things in your tool kit is an air blower for getting rid of those small bits of dust that seem to get everywhere. I almost always use an aerosol of compressed air but these can be large and inconvenient especially if you're out and about. That's when a plain air blower comes in handy. This one, from the Amazon Basics range, took me by surprise when I unpacked it. I hadn't realised just how big it would be. Standing 190mm high and a blower diameter of 65mm it may be a little on the large size for the majority of camera bags. On the plus side however, is that you get a really good blast of air with each squeeze. Yet another winner from Amazon Basics.