KeebMonkey Air Duster System

KeebMonkey Air Duster System

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KeebMonkey’s Air Duster System is a seriously powerful air-blowing machine that keeps your keyboard clean at the push of a button. The Air Duster channels 60 watts of power from a 6,000 milliamp-hour battery to push air out at an impressive 70 meters per second Read More

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pattmyn
73
May 19, 2022
I think I'll stick to my Opolar, thanks.
murixbob
14
May 16, 2022
Is this ESD safe for using on a motherboard, gpu, etc.?
Pointy
0
May 27, 2022
Looks like they deleted their store and gave me a fake tracking number.
Sorry to hear that, I think you should request a refund as soon as possible and report the store.
Pointy
0
May 15, 2022
What kind of battery does it use? Is it replaceable? Does it have overvoltage, overcharge, undervoltage, thermal protection and overpressure venting?
  1. Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  2. No
  3. Yes, it has a charge control board with those functions as basics.

DO NOT USE THIS ON A MECHANICAL KEYBOARD. use a paint brush with the board flipped over. compressed air does nothing but shove whatever dirt, dust, and debris you have on the board, further into the board or your stabilizers. just never do it. if you want to use it on a computer - go for it. but secure your fans first (or hold the blades in place) - dont do what the vendor showed.
Pointy
0
May 16, 2022
I'm been brushing my keyboard for about a year without pulling the caps and there isn't any debris in it. It helps that it's rimless with raised switches.
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thats called a low profile. and you still are missing dirt and debris on the switch itself. but - do it your way :)
KUR1SU
27
May 15, 2022
Not against this product in particular but why do almost all of these electric dusters have the stupid design of a nozzle storing location right against the trigger? This is literally so dumb and any sane person should have thought of that already after so many similar products doing the same stupid thing...
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Check out the video for this product! https://youtu.be/YgqbLVUhqy8?t=9
Why secure the fans? Does dust get blown into its internals?
1) you are easily pushing it well beyond its limit. most pc fans are rated for 1k-1.5krpm. hitting it with compressed air can push it well, well beyond that. at best, you are shortening the fans lifespan. 2) these are essentially mini generators.... when that fan is spinning, you are creating trace amounts of power. spin it fast enough, and you can short the fan out or send power into anything it is connected to. lots of people argue that its only small amounts of voltage - which it is (typically 1-5v) - but its coming from a spot that is not supposed to be generating power... and feeding into electronics that are protected from receiving power from THERE. not a great idea.