Just went out to the garage and plugged in my new Datavac Duster. I was impressed and can't wait to use it on some 'puters this week. I was tired of expensive and sometimes wet cans of air. I'm thinking that I made a good buy.
initial endorsement(13 posts)
I will update soon. I have been pretty busy lately. Plus the garage is cold and I have been working on some laptops that are clean inside, inside the house. The mess is driving the wife crazy. When I played around with it initially, I was surprised at the velocity of the air blast and it has attachments that look appropriate, although I have not tried them. As soon as Pittsburgh Pirates baseball is on TV and radio (2nd of March), I will start working in the garage again and I'll use the duster all the time.
Yes it does. It's also labeled as green. There are no throw aways(cans), no freezing hands and no liquid coming out , when not held vertical. It will find a permanent spot on a workbench.
I placed an iespell in my right click and it is a great little spell checker, btw.
Well, I evidently had the button in, from playing with it while we discussed, and when I plugged it in, it started spinning around from the air force. No damage.
It blew stuff that I couldn't even see, out of this Logitech Wave keyboard. I had a reducer attachment installed, but it was not the smallest by far. I was using about a 3/8" discharge. I could volunteer to perform a cheesy TV infomercial for this thing. Now if it just lasts a long time.
I bought mine on Amazon, while shopping for the cheapest deal.
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