SKU: GC39-BLOWERBABY

Nitecore BlowerBaby Rechargeable Cleaning Blower for Cameras & Electronics

Nitecore BlowerBaby Rechargeable Cleaning Blower for Cameras & Electronics

The Nitecore BlowerBaby is a rechargeable duster designed specifically for cameras and other electronics. Featuring a powerful 26,000 rpm motor, it can pump out air at 43.5 mph to blast sticky residue off cameras, computer keyboards, speakers, and other devices. The filter can be easily removed and cleaned to improve airflow. It can also be replaced with an optional anti-static sensor filter that has a finer mesh to protect your camera sensor.

The BlowerBaby has a built-in 1500mAh rechargeable battery that can power the fan for over 15 minutes of continuous use or 90 uses of 10-second bursts. A tri-color battery level indicator will let you know when it's time to recharge. A full charge takes 1.5 hours via an included USB Type-C charging cable. The sleek yet rugged aluminum construction of the BlowerBaby is ergonomic and highly portable. The power button can be held down for momentary use or double-tapped for a continuous stream of air for heavy-duty cleaning.

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