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Cordless Air Duster w/ Built in Torch - 6000mAh US$31.87 (~A$41.27), 15000mAh US$36.44 (~A$47.18) Delivered @ Banggood

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BGe79945

UPDATE: All sold out, but currently on pre-order - shipping before April 29


Good price for an alternative of the popular Opolar air duster.

I have both an Opolar and this model - this one's more powerful with slightly larger nozzles and comes with a built-in torch which is quite handy. A nice underrated feature is the ability to put both nozzles on the device and be able to use it at the same time, which is a feature missing on the Opolar (as the gap between the button and the nozzle pointing down is too small). This one also uses USB-C to charge vs Micro USB on the Opolar. I have the 15000mAh variant - costs a few extra dollarydoos but lasts just over 2x longer than the standard 6000mAh variant.

See it in action

Spec comparison:

Cordless Air Duster Opolar Air Duster
Material ABS PP Plastic
Voltage DC 5W DC 5W
Power 60W 40W
Motor speed 45000RPM 33000RPM
Wind speed 70m/s 28m/s
Power Level 2 1
Battery Capacity 6000mAh / 15000mAh 6000mAh
Standard Charging Time ~4h / 7h ~3h
Charging Interface USB C Micro USB
Fast Charging Support Yes Yes
Built in Torch Yes No
Accessories 1x Normal Nozzle, 1x Brush Nozzle 1x Normal Nozzle, 1x Brush Nozzle

Features:

  • Deep Cleaning & Extensive Utilization: This air duster tops the market by its capacity to produce a powerful thrust of air at almost 70m/s for deep cleaning of the microscopic dust. Starting from printed circuit boards to computers, electronic instruments, medical devices, and many more such areas can be cleaned by this mini duster which your traditional wiper or duster cannot clean.
  • Fast Charging & Speedy Functionality: This air duster is specially designed to get charged faster with a 2A adapter (not included). Its motor allows the maximum rotating speed to reach up to 45000 RPM.
  • Handy Design & Simple Operation: The device is structured with an extended full-palm gripping design and withdrawable nozzle keeping the handhold clear to let users grip it at their comfort.
  • Eco-Friendly & Energy-Efficient Saving gas and water has now become our primary responsibility. And to support this cause this device to be made highly environment-friendly as it allows more than 5000 times of use, resulting in saving a lot of energy. This mini duster is such a scientific device which keeps cleanliness hand in hand with eco-friendliness.
  • Lighting Design: Refuse the dark, can also use at night, warm heart lighting design, illuminate the dark at night, let dust nowhere to hide.

Package Included:

1 x Cordless Air Duster
1 x Long Hair Brush
1 x Long Blowing Mouth
1 x USB Charging Cable


Shipped from CN warehouse (approx 2-3 week delivery).

Apply the coupon BGe79945 at checkout

Title price includes GST and shipping (excludes shipping insurance). AUD based on current Mastercard conversion rate.

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closed Comments

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    Can I use this to clean my bum?

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    Can the torch be toggled on and off?

    • +1 vote

      yup, there's a dedicated torch button

    • +8 votes

      what do you mean by direct link? you can click the thumbnail and it'll take you there

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        Not direct enough for the stig….

  • +3 votes

    bought one, thanks for the comparison table, cost $47.83 AUD for the 15000mah one without shipping insurance (paid via paypal so the item should be covered if lost or damage anyways ) , also cashrewards tracked instantly for $ 2.19

  • +4 votes

    Good price, cheaper than on Aliexpress

  • +5 votes

    Been putting off buying one after reading the poor reviews on the speed of the opolar. Finally bit the bullet and got one. Thanks OP

  • +1 vote

    Why not use a vacuum cleaner that blows?

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      That can be dangerous for electronics. Using a vacuum can create static build up and fry your components.

      • +20 votes

        The static charge is due to air being moved over a non grounded object, not because it's sucked and not blown. Fact is, this will create static charge too. Another fact is that electronics are very resilient to static discharges and have been for a very long time.

        The newer OPolar air dusters can be switched from blowing to sucking.

        • +3 votes

          "The plastic parts are made of a material which prevents the build up & discharge of a static charge.

          Normal plastic tubes make wonderful capacitors - and the dry air / materials that skim along them with the flow will cause a charge to accumulate. Even just moving the tubes around and making contact with other things will do this. It is called the triboelectric effect or triboelectric charging. This is easily illustrated with by rubbing a silk scarf & PVC tube or silk scarf & balloon or balloon & the hair on your head.

          In ESD safe vacuums, they use materials which inhibit this effect. The materials are not standard PVC / PET and hence cost more."

          https://www.quora.com/Static-What-makes-a-vacuum-cleaner-ESD...

          I do not know if that's true.

  •  

    ‘Long Blowing Mouth‘ eh? Sounds enticing.

  • +17 votes

    ‘Small body. Strong wind.’

    Just like my wife….

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      Beanz meanz fartz.

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    This referral program is whack. How do you get the $20 referred credit??

    Signed up using a referral link and nothing. In live chat and they just don't respond. Guh.

    • +3 votes

      check 'my coupons' under account

      note you can't use multiple coupons in one transaction, so better off just using the code in this post. I believe the $20 worth of coupons are separated into smaller denominations with min spends etc

  •  

    Just picked one up, thanks! Any idea when a code for the xiaomi montior lamp will come back?

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    What's the point of the downward facing nozzle? Like does it blow too or is just to hold the spare nozzle? If it does blow when would you ever use it like that?

    • +2 votes

      just to hold the spare nozzle

  • +3 votes

    "Science and Technoligy Feels Dye-in-the-Wood" WTF?

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      Their marketing team forgot to use Google Translate.

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        That's what they used.

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    How does this compare with a canister of compressed air?

    • +1 vote

      A can of compressed air would do just as well.
      The real convenience here is that this can pump more than 400ml before you run out of air. Kmart runs about $8 for a can, so if you go through more than 5 cans in the lifespan of the vacuum it could be worth it.

      • +2 votes

        Thanks. But I meant in terms of pressure/air speed.

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          would also like to know

          • +1 vote

            @iDrownFish: Compressed air is much stronger.

  • +2 votes

    Can you use this duster to blow up swimming floaties ?

  • +6 votes

    Here's what seems to be the same duster on Amazon if anyone is looking for more reviews.

    https://www.amazon.com/ALPTHY-Rechargeable-Alternative-Compr...

  • +1 vote

    How does blowing dust in an enclosed space remove the dust without a vacuum cleaner?

    • +3 votes

      I have a similar question but referencing farts instead of dust.

      • +1 vote

        Someone needs to invent a fart vacuum that you can use to capture your farts in a jar or something.

        •  

          a fart-absorbing doonah could potentially help preserve many marital relationships

          •  

            @mutantx: Tell me about, the missus is almost at the level of domestic abuse every time I fart. Fart capture technology could be a lucrative business.

    •  

      It removes the dust from the object and sends it somewhere else. For a lot of jobs this is acceptable (eg cleaning dust out of fans), as you can then send your robovac around afterwards to finish it off.

  •  

    Can anyone recommend a cheap tiny vacuum equivalent for cleaning up coffee grounds? I’m sick of smearing them with a cloth and I’m not in a cafe anymore where I’ll clean them off the floor every couple of hours.

  • +1 vote

    Can this be used to inflate air mattresses? What about pool toys?

  •  

    No point in comparing it to the original opolar model.. the new opolar model with the vacuum is far better than this (at least in specs)

  • +3 votes

    I am not totally sure why I bought this but it just felt right.

  • +1 vote

    Are these able to blow caked up dust off fan blades?

    These battery powered dusters seem pretty weak when you compare it to wall plugged ones which use motors that use 10x more power

    •  

      You can see a video of it here

      and in the reviews linked here

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        If I put lose dirt all over my pc and blow it'll do that too lol.

    • +1 vote

      I’m not sure about you but I like to lick the cake off my fans.

  • +2 votes

    Anyone here actually tested this things effectiveness at dusting off electronics?

  • +3 votes

    How would this compare with something like this? https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-workshop-blower-an...

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      Not sure why the downvote, it's a valid question assuming the size difference is not a problem… I've been considering same.

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        Assuming the size difference is not a problem then get it. The whole point of this device is that it's small and relatively cheap.

    •  

      That one really sucked, I returned it.

  •  

    Truckies have airpistols in their cab, just ask one of them clean your laptop, say twice a year. 8-10 bar will do the job. :)

  •  

    Shame…….if it was Banggood AU I'd purchase. It takes take too long these days from overseas unfortunately. Good for those not in a rush.

    • +1 vote

      Usually 17 to 18 days delivery from Banggood CN to Sydney on my last 3 orders.

      If you don't need it urgently, order and forget until its delivered. But yes, if you need it quickly this is not the way to go.

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        Good to know things have speeded up.3 weeks isnt too bad.

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    always wanted one thanks.

  • +1 vote

    Was reading Amazon reviews and one person noted a couple of good uses and simular to what I had in mind beyond blowing dust from things.

    • Good to blow water from Sunglasses/Glasses after washing to save water marks and dries them quickly.
    • Great for drying inside things like plastic bottles, tubes, when needed quickly after washing.
    • The list goes on………and has many uses.

    Thanks OP. Have bought.

    I use my Ozito handheld cordless blower for blowing dust out of PCs……..and will continue using it for that as its also light and gives a good blast.

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    Charge time 7 hours, what’s the run time?

  • +1 vote

    Never thought of the idea of an electronic duster before.

    How does it work in terms of blowing dust around? For example lets say my TV cabinet has dust so I use this and it blows the dust but won't it blow it all into the air and possibly onto my TV too whereas the manual duster mop absorbs the dust?

    • +1 vote

      Correct it will.
      On balance though, a very high percentage will settle on the floor where it might be picked up by a vacuum - you'll effectively see a net reduction in dust.

    •  

      Vacuum around the area first to suck up as much as possible and then use blower for harder to reach places. Vacuum again to finish off.

    •  

      It's for hard to reach areas where a vacuum cleaner can't do the job by itself. At my work, I use the air dusters to blow out the dusts in electronic equipment and have the vacuum right next to it so the dust doesn't fly all over the place.

  • +1 vote

    Would it be good enough and last for drying a car after wash?

    • +3 votes

      Perhaps a toy car :-) You would be better off with a small leaf blower for the real thing.

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        Ok .. thanks :-)

  • +1 vote

    I've found an ESD-safe vacuum cleaner. $634.40 + $12 postage on ebay.
    3M ESD-Safe Electronic Service Vacuum

    But I think I'll just bin my $180 computer when it gets dusty.

    •  

      DataVac make a really good ESD-Safe blower that retails for much less … around $150 (give-or-take 50 depending on price fluctuations)
      I'm actively hoping to discover more dust problems, as its an amazing machine and can't wait to use it again

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    +1 Upvote for that nice write-up

  •  

    Why not use a football pump and some elbow grease?

    •  

      Because that only provides quick blasts. Often one needs continuous air to push things loose and finally out.

  •  

    Shows 15000mah as pre order for me, is it same as OOS?

  •  

    I believe it's AU$57.73 now : (

    • +1 vote

      the code still works! You need to apply it in checkout to see the reduced price

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        Oo i completely blanked out on the code, thank you!

  •  

    Is paypal conversion rate too high?

  •  

    Seems it's pre-order now. Don't see anywhere to put a code in either at the checkout.

    Edit: found it under the coupons section.

  •  

    What is the discount coupon worth? US$10 or US$12?
    For some reason I can only get US$38.44 instead of US$36.44 after coupon applied, even after untick shipping insurance.
    Any idea what I did wrong?

    • +1 vote

      I think they’ve upped the price. Discount should be US$10. Will mark the deal as expired for now

  •  

    Quick delivery indeed. Mine arrived today (9 days since orderng………7 work days).

  •  

    Got mine today. Works well, it blows pretty well, I'd say about as well as a can of compressed air, which is all I wanted, so I'm happy

    •  

      Not a fan of the time it takes to turn it on and to get to Full power. Wish it had a button with Off/Low/High or rather than a round robin push button. Takes ages to power up each time. Crap for when on needs to quickly turn on/off for a few seconds on high when cleaning stuff.
      Its still ok as a blower and has its uses so not a waste. I'll continue to use my cordless hand held garden blower (which has instant on/off) for many jobs though.

  •  

    Just received mine.

    Pretty amazed by its power. It's actually very similar to the power of a compressed air can.

    Being able to continously blow air without needing to wait for compressed air can to heat up again, is so convenient!