ITDusters CompuCleaner - Electric Air Duster £29.99 (Was £39.99) Delivered @ Sold by RGS Group Brands and Fulfilled by Amazon
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ITDusters CompuCleaner - Electric Air Duster £29.99 (Was £39.99) Delivered @ Sold by RGS Group Brands and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 30th Jun 2017Edited by:"mixmixi"
I have one of these and it is the best tool for cleaning dust off your consoles, laptop, telly etc. It is a very strong blower and has different nozzles to use if for different purposes. Just noticed the price has dropped by £10 on Amazon. It is still £39.99 everywhere else.


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he Number 1 Best Selling Computer Cleaner in USA - Now Available in UK & Europe!

Running from 240v mains power, the CompuCleaner produces a powerful and consistent stream of clean air. Unlike Canned air which runs out of power rapidly, the CompuCleaner is always ready to dust of sensitive electronic equipment with just a flick of a switch.

Using a powerful internal motor, the CompuCleaner produces a jet of air suitable to remove stubborn dust and debris from hard to reach areas.

The CompuCleaner comes with a variety of different attachments so it can accurately direct air flow to precise locations.


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  • Comes complete with a variety of attachments for accurate and precise cleaning in hard to reach areas.
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Sambat

Better deal, better … Better deal, better product.https://www.aimtools.co.uk/products/100761-merry-tools-electric-air-duster-blower-900w?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=googlepla&variant=29630169543&gclid=CJS04tel5dQCFaa17Qod-ZoB6A


How much for delivery on top of that?
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Sambat9 m ago

Better deal, better …Better deal, better product.https://www.aimtools.co.uk/products/100761-merry-tools-electric-air-duster-blower-900w?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=googlepla&variant=29630169543&gclid=CJS04tel5dQCFaa17Qod-ZoB6A


Suitable for homes, gardens and to blow out dust in construction sites.


I don't think I am willing to use an industrial air blower on my laptop, haha.
These are good and like anyone who cleans the dust out of their comps the air cans can prove expensive + its not advised to use a vacuum inside your comp.
Does tend to get hot though.
SENNYO11 m ago

These are good and like anyone who cleans the dust out of their comps the …These are good and like anyone who cleans the dust out of their comps the air cans can prove expensive + its not advised to use a vacuum inside your comp.Does tend to get hot though.

​why ????
flickflack

why ????


why what ????
why would you not use a vacuum cleaner
SENNYO1

why what ????


what why?
flickflack

why would you not use a vacuum cleaner


because you have to actually shove the nozzle into the computer and touch the components inside for it vac anything. Vacuum cleaners generate static electricity that could easily mean the death of your system.
This device doesn't touch anything inside your system.
I have actually killed components before because of static.
I have one and I am using it since 12/2015 and I paid £39.99 If someone using cans which I used to buy from eBuyer but was so expensive at the end of every two month so I bought this and once of the best I have in my PC storage
Ordered. Thanks OP. Been wanting one for ages
flickflack37 m ago

why would you not use a vacuum cleaner


Must admit, I prefer a sucker to a blower, especially when all you can see is clumps of dust inside a computer; just take precautions - e.g.with a desktop 1. plug it in 2. switch power OFF at mains 3. depress power button for 10 seconds. And use a vacuum with plastic nozzles and just take care.
Edited by: "Musicrab" 30th Jun 2017
Musicrab8 m ago

Must admit, I prefer a sucker to a blower, especially when all you can see …Must admit, I prefer a sucker to a blower, especially when all you can see is clumps of dust inside a computer; just take precautions - e.g.with a desktop 1. plug it in 2. switch power OFF at mains 3. depress power button for 10 seconds. And use a vacuum with plastic nozzles and just take care.

​quite agree a blower will spread dust not remove it
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flickflack10 m ago

​quite agree a blower will spread dust not remove it


If you are really concerned, here is a Youtube review. Go to 4:48 to see the performance:


mixmixi

Suitable for homes, gardens and to blow out dust in construction sites.I … Suitable for homes, gardens and to blow out dust in construction sites.I don't think I am willing to use an industrial air blower on my laptop, haha.


You didn't read it has variable power then...
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Sambat14 m ago

You didn't read it has variable power then...


Well you can also say I use a shovel to eat my food (industrial version of "spoon") but I will adjust my mouth in a way the shovel doesn't hurt me. Sure sir, you can do anything you want. I don't. Rather pay the extra for a "tool" that has been made according to the need I have rather than using a generic form of it. Also, the one you are referring looks like one of those cheap tats on eBay. Here for example this one is the same but delivered for £18.99 (Your deal is £17.99+£2.99 postage). If you think that is a good deal, why don't you post it then?
Love mine bought 26 April 2016 for a tenner more and I thought that was good.
The vacuum cleaner won't blow the dust out of the recesses of the components.
Ordered this yesterday so haven't got round to using it yet.I would use a vac, blower and an ESD hand brush to clean out a case if cleaning inside.
Musicrab

Must admit, I prefer a sucker to a blower, especially when all you can … Must admit, I prefer a sucker to a blower, especially when all you can see is clumps of dust inside a computer; just take precautions - e.g.with a desktop 1. plug it in 2. switch power OFF at mains 3. depress power button for 10 seconds. And use a vacuum with plastic nozzles and just take care.



A non-conductive plastic vacuum cleaner nozzle will build up a static charge due to dust particles rubbing against it, so could damage some electronic components if it gets too close.

You can buy very expensive esd vaccums, which I believe use earthed, conductive carbon impregnated plastic nozzles, so there's no static build up :- vodex.co.uk/pro…ner
What i use now is a dry,clean paint brush plus bursts of directed air from my mouth and then vacuum up when i brush all the dust out from my case. Works fine and cheap and easy.
chapchap

What i use now is a dry,clean paint brush plus bursts of directed air … What i use now is a dry,clean paint brush plus bursts of directed air from my mouth and then vacuum up when i brush all the dust out from my case. Works fine and cheap and easy.


This is what I did and at one point when I breathed in, I swallowed half an inch worth of dust. I was choking for an hour. Got my son to get this for me as an early fathers day present last year. Be care when you suck in air.
Edited by: "DrAcula1" 30th Jun 2017
DrAcula1

This is what I did and at one point when I breathed in, I swallowed half … This is what I did and at one point when I breathed in, I swallowed half an inch worth of dust. I was choking for an hour. Got my son to get this for me as an early fathers day present last year. Be care when you suck in air.


I must clean one a bit more than you then as it never gets that bad.
chapchap

I must clean one a bit more than you then as it never gets that bad.


I had been cleaning it but never noticed there was a black box (fan) (where he is pointing blower in pic above.) with a couple of screws in so never cleaned that. My comp actually stopped working, it was full. Wish I had taken a photo.

Edited by: "DrAcula1" 30th Jun 2017
here's what happens when you don't clean your computer.
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DrAcula1

I had been cleaning it but never noticed there was a black box (fan) … I had been cleaning it but never noticed there was a black box (fan) (where he is pointing blower in pic above.) with a couple of screws in so never cleaned that. My comp actually stopped working, it was full. Wish I had taken a photo.


That does sound gross lol
This is brilliant! Very powerful blower, not only used to clear dust from computers, laptops, and furniture (gets to the bits that you can get to, then vacuum up after), I also wash my glasses with washing up liquid, then blow dry using this, so I don't get scratches on my expensive lenses.

Heat added.
Also handy for blowing sawdust, metal shavings and filters in vacuum cleaners, too name just a few other things I've used it for. Great bit of kit.
Thanks, Heat
Hello all, I assume everyone received theirs by now. I just tried using today and within minutes it became insanely hot and shut off. It still hot after sitting switched off for around 15 minutes. Is this normal? Many thanks
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