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Argos Mini Fog Machine - £21.99

£21.99 @ Argos
WAS posted at £24.99 NOW £21.99 available in quite a few stores Add those special effects seen on the TV to your own home party or at a small to medium venue. With an output of 3000 cubic feet per … Read More
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WAS posted at £24.99 NOW £21.99 available in quite a few stores

Add those special effects seen on the TV to your own home party or at a small to medium venue. With an output of 3000 cubic feet per minute the fog produced will enhance most lighting effects. With a wired remote control and a 0.5 litre built-in fluid tank it can be used free standing or suspended using the supplied hanging bracket

Drifting fog across the dance floor brings an air of elegance and intrigue to your party.

Includes wired remote control, 0.5 litre built-in fluid tank, hanging bracket.

Mains operated.

Size H12.6, W10.5, D23.3cm.

For ages 8 years and over.

EAN: 5021196733072.
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6 Likes #1
Cause your very own pile up in your front room.
1 Like #2
I've been too a few parties with 'fog' in the room but never seen one of these before.
8 Likes #3
I've never had this brand but have owned smoke machines of various sizes for several years.

"3000 cubic feet in a minute"
This sounds a lot but is actually a 14' (4 metre) cube and even then I doubt a low powered machine fills that in a minute or even if it could stay on constantly for a minute. What I usually find with cheap models is that they take 5 minutes+ to warm up then should be used for short bursts: they usually won't take a whole minute of continual use and will often cut off and can't be used for several minutes after a sustained burst (sometimes this is to stop overheating, sometimes to heat up again!).

"Drifting fog across the dance floor brings an air of elegance and intrigue to your party"
If you want it to drift, get some ice and pass the smoke over the ice: cool smoke sinks to the floor otherwise it just tries to fill the room.

"For ages 8 years and over"
Not unsupervised: it gets hot and the undiluted smoke-liquid (not included) is pretty nasty stuff.

This will be fun for a one off party but play about with it first and don't expect too much from it: as with many things, you get what you pay for and I would suggest paying a bit extra and getting one with a higher wattage.
1 Like #4
rivellangel
I've never had this brand but have owned smoke machines of various sizes for several years.
"3000 cubic feet in a minute"
This sounds a lot but is actually a 14' (4 metre) cube and even then I doubt a low powered machine fills that in a minute or even if it could stay on constantly for a minute. What I usually find with cheap models is that they take 5 minutes+ to warm up then should be used for short bursts: they usually won't take a whole minute of continual use and will often cut off and can't be used for several minutes after a sustained burst (sometimes this is to stop overheating, sometimes to heat up again!).
"Drifting fog across the dance floor brings an air of elegance and intrigue to your party"
If you want it to drift, get some ice and pass the smoke over the ice: cool smoke sinks to the floor otherwise it just tries to fill the room.
"For ages 8 years and over"
Not unsupervised: it gets hot and the undiluted smoke-liquid (not included) is pretty nasty stuff.
This will be fun for a one off party but play about with it first and don't expect too much from it: as with many things, you get what you pay for and I would suggest paying a bit extra and getting one with a higher wattage.

Now this is what I like about HUKD's. Someone sharing their knowledge of a product even if they think this particular one isn't too good, rather than voting cold and moving on.
1 Like #5
rivellangel
I've never had this brand but have owned smoke machines of various sizes for several years.

"3000 cubic feet in a minute"
This sounds a lot but is actually a 14' (4 metre) cube and even then I doubt a low powered machine fills that in a minute or even if it could stay on constantly for a minute. What I usually find with cheap models is that they take 5 minutes+ to warm up then should be used for short bursts: they usually won't take a whole minute of continual use and will often cut off and can't be used for several minutes after a sustained burst (sometimes this is to stop overheating, sometimes to heat up again!).

"Drifting fog across the dance floor brings an air of elegance and intrigue to your party"
If you want it to drift, get some ice and pass the smoke over the ice: cool smoke sinks to the floor otherwise it just tries to fill the room.

"For ages 8 years and over"
Not unsupervised: it gets hot and the undiluted smoke-liquid (not included) is pretty nasty stuff.

This will be fun for a one off party but play about with it first and don't expect too much from it: as with many things, you get what you pay for and I would suggest paying a bit extra and getting one with a higher wattage.


Z z z z sorry just woke up after reading that. Thanks for section 57 of the health and safety on smoke machines

Do you have any advice on the safe handing of using a nuclear fusion atomic nuclei.

I have tried the ice method but the biological spill out still seems to kill everyone after a few days. oO
1 Like #6
Potential Industrial Vaping?
#7
rivellangel

"For ages 8 years and over"
Not unsupervised: it gets hot and the undiluted smoke-liquid (not included) is pretty nasty stuff.

Definitely needs supervision because of the heat, but fluids aren't dangerous to handle, just messy if spilled sure.


Edited By: Gareth79 on Feb 15, 2017 17:07
#8
Come to Cornwall. We have a whole county of the stuff.
2 Likes #9
rockjam
rivellangel
I've never had this brand but have owned smoke machines of various sizes for several years.
"3000 cubic feet in a minute"
This sounds a lot but is actually a 14' (4 metre) cube and even then I doubt a low powered machine fills that in a minute or even if it could stay on constantly for a minute. What I usually find with cheap models is that they take 5 minutes+ to warm up then should be used for short bursts: they usually won't take a whole minute of continual use and will often cut off and can't be used for several minutes after a sustained burst (sometimes this is to stop overheating, sometimes to heat up again!).
"Drifting fog across the dance floor brings an air of elegance and intrigue to your party"
If you want it to drift, get some ice and pass the smoke over the ice: cool smoke sinks to the floor otherwise it just tries to fill the room.
"For ages 8 years and over"
Not unsupervised: it gets hot and the undiluted smoke-liquid (not included) is pretty nasty stuff.
This will be fun for a one off party but play about with it first and don't expect too much from it: as with many things, you get what you pay for and I would suggest paying a bit extra and getting one with a higher wattage.
Z z z z sorry just woke up after reading that. Thanks for section 57 of the health and safety on smoke machines
Do you have any advice on the safe handing of using a nuclear fusion atomic nuclei.
I have tried the ice method but the biological spill out still seems to kill everyone after a few days. oO

I just thought I'd mention that despite the age stated, it's not suitable as a toy in case anyone thought otherwise. Sorry to have bored you.
#10
rivellangel
rockjam
rivellangel
I've never had this brand but have owned smoke machines of various sizes for several years.
"3000 cubic feet in a minute"
This sounds a lot but is actually a 14' (4 metre) cube and even then I doubt a low powered machine fills that in a minute or even if it could stay on constantly for a minute. What I usually find with cheap models is that they take 5 minutes+ to warm up then should be used for short bursts: they usually won't take a whole minute of continual use and will often cut off and can't be used for several minutes after a sustained burst (sometimes this is to stop overheating, sometimes to heat up again!).
"Drifting fog across the dance floor brings an air of elegance and intrigue to your party"
If you want it to drift, get some ice and pass the smoke over the ice: cool smoke sinks to the floor otherwise it just tries to fill the room.
"For ages 8 years and over"
Not unsupervised: it gets hot and the undiluted smoke-liquid (not included) is pretty nasty stuff.
This will be fun for a one off party but play about with it first and don't expect too much from it: as with many things, you get what you pay for and I would suggest paying a bit extra and getting one with a higher wattage.
Z z z z sorry just woke up after reading that. Thanks for section 57 of the health and safety on smoke machines
Do you have any advice on the safe handing of using a nuclear fusion atomic nuclei.
I have tried the ice method but the biological spill out still seems to kill everyone after a few days. oO

I just thought I'd mention that despite the age stated, it's not suitable as a toy in case anyone thought otherwise. Sorry to have bored you.


Thanks, and no not at all did you bore me, my 4 year old loves playing with this
#11
This is 400w. Which is pretty puny. Okay for a house party, but would be useless in a "medium sized venue".

You'd need a decent high output 1000w smoke machine for that. Something like a Chauvet Hurricane 1000, which you can pick up for about £60 on ebay etc.
#12
It says fog fluid is catalogue number 4993993 but I can't find that. Am I doing something wrong?
#13
Make sure you turn this off when not in use. Recently used one at a gig and it caught fire, probably because the liquid had ran out. We finished our set and forgot all about it and it literally burst into flames when the headline band were playing.
#14
Great if you live on the Tyne....
#15
termite
It says fog fluid is catalogue number 4993993 but I can't find that. Am I doing something wrong?
they stopped selling fluid but best try amazon or ebay
#16
dewonderful
This is 400w. Which is pretty puny. Okay for a house party, but would be useless in a "medium sized venue".

You'd need a decent high output 1000w smoke machine for that. Something like a Chauvet Hurricane 1000, which you can pick up for about £60 on ebay etc.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/161992441716?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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