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OPOLAR Cordless Air Duster - Lightning Deal ($95.99 - $28.00 = $67.99)

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[Amazon.ca] OPOLAR Cordless Air Duster - Lightning Deal ($95.99 - $28.00 = $67.99)

I was researching electric air dusters the other day and settled on wanting this OPOLAR for the convenience of being small and portable, and put it in my Wishlist to wait for a deal. This also appears to be a all-time-low? It might not be as powerful as an Xpower or Datavac, but according to some YouTube reviews, it's plenty powerful enough for computer or misc dusting. Definitely more powerful than canned air.

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Don't let your fans spin like this guy does in the video though.

Edit:
Lightning Deal link it from a reseller
This link is direct from OPOLAR for 72.24, thanks @Patrickpete
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This is one of those things were you sorta want but don't know if you really need. I wonder how durable are these things? Would hate to have it break down a few months down the road. Also, what's wrong with letting the fan spin?

Edit- There's also this one https://www.amazon.ca/OPOLAR-Cordless-C ... 642&sr=8-7. Seems to be the same, except one is from reseller and one is direct, or am I missing something here?
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not sold by amazon, so it's a pass for me.
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does look impressive. strong power in a small pkg
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hmm... tempting. I have an Opolar portable clip on fan, and its really good. I feel confident buying their product, but im not sure if this price is worth it still...
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Some of the reviews on Amazon state it breaks after a couple of months. Think I'll stick to can blower for now.
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Patrickpete wrote: This is one of those things were you sorta want but don't know if you really need. I wonder how durable are these things? Would hate to have it break down a few months down the road. Also, what's wrong with letting the fan spin?

Edit- There's also this one https://www.amazon.ca/OPOLAR-Cordless-C ... 642&sr=8-7. Seems to be the same, except one is from reseller and one is direct, or am I missing something here?
Good find. Is there a difference with the return policies buying direct vs. reseller when both are shipped from Amazon? I ended up buying from OPOLAR direct for the few extra bucks just in case, so thank you.
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I bought this on the 8th for $79.99 for work use. I then bought a black version for like $72.99 two days ago for home use. But I just bought this and will return the first purchase since its $12 difference.

Only used once so far, but liked it enough to buy another.

Thanks
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I could use one of these for my computer repair business but don’t need cordless. Any options for a corded duster for cheaper? I couldn’t find one
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topher91 wrote: I could use one of these for my computer repair business but don’t need cordless. Any options for a corded duster for cheaper? I couldn’t find one
Just get a small air compressor + blower nozzle
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topher91 wrote: I could use one of these for my computer repair business but don’t need cordless. Any options for a corded duster for cheaper? I couldn’t find one
DataVac goes on sale every year
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The price is almost like a low end vacuum cleaner, is that worth it?
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Useful, but not quite impulse buy price.
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If you but this, you have too much money. :)

For dusting a computer case, a vacuum cleaner in reverse will do the job.

Even a hair dryer will do a decent job.

How about turning your keyboard upside down, shake it a little and use a $1 "hairy rainbow" duster from Dollarama?
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miredosl0p wrote: Just get a small air compressor + blower nozzle
Wouldn't a hair blowdryer do the job? Thinking Face Is it poweful enough? Anyone try that ever?
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Temporel wrote: If you but this, you have too much money. :)

For dusting a computer case, a vacuum cleaner in reverse will do the job.

Even a hair dryer will do a decent job.

How about turning your keyboard upside down, shake it a little and use a $1 "hairy rainbow" duster from Dollarama?

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Dollarama doesnt have the hairy rainbow anymore does it? They seem to be better than those cloth or thread kind right?

Also, dont most vacuum cleaners have that soft brush tool that will do the job? Not sure if it'll work on computers with caked on dust, but it works on most surfaces in the house... If u try it, take a video and post it plz.
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GreenLean wrote: Wouldn't a hair blowdryer do the job? Thinking Face Is it poweful enough? Anyone try that ever?
I bought one when it was a flash deal last time to clean my PC and keyboard; returning it because it's too weak. Much weaker than canned air; good for removing dust on smooth or open surface, but less effective for trickier spots like the inside of a PC/ laptop.
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topher91 wrote: I could use one of these for my computer repair business but don’t need cordless. Any options for a corded duster for cheaper? I couldn’t find one
Not cheaper, but I've been using the Xpower one sold at Canada Computers for a few years after getting sick of buying cans. It's so much better. Highly recommend it, its cheaper in the long run plus more environmentally friendly.
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How is this compare to my GF’s hairdryer?
Mainly use for PC dust blowing....
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