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    #26
    Good places to get the 240v version?

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    #27
    omg thank you, i ended up ordering from amazon but ive now requested for cancellation on it. hopefully it goes through before it gets shipped!

    there is a 220V version on amazon, shall i get that one? will it work in nz mains?

    my friend tells me 220V will work on nz mains, i guess ill go for this one;
    http://www.amazon.com/Metro-Datavac-...0+DataVac+220v
    Last edited by bombjack; 18th October 2015 at 11:33 pm.

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    #28
    yeah 220v is the one to go for. i got mine from bhphotovideo: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...uster_500.html

    it comes with a schuko plug, pick up an adaptor for a tenner at jaycar, sorted!

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    #29
    Sphyre wrote:
    yeah 220v is the one to go for. i got mine from bhphotovideo: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...uster_500.html

    it comes with a schuko plug, pick up an adaptor for a tenner at jaycar, sorted!
    Cheers, just bought one.

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    #30
    What's shipping ?

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    #31
    Kog wrote:
    What's shipping ?
    $30us shipping from BH, came to $100us all up - gonna be handy for blowing dust in the toy cabinet and behind the audio receiver/xbox too so well worth the money for me.

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    #32
    i shouldve bought from that website! im sure youshop will charge me more than that to ship to nz >.<;

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    #33
    Sphyre wrote:
    yeah 220v is the one to go for. i got mine from bhphotovideo: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...uster_500.html

    it comes with a schuko plug, pick up an adaptor for a tenner at jaycar, sorted!
    just bought one too - you should use a referral link or something next time :P

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    #34
    \_(ツ)_/

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    #35
    *necro*

    before i order some aliexpress blower, anyone wanna sell me theirs for 50

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    #36
    I bought one of them and it died about 10mins into use, your milage may vary

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    #37
    might pick up a bike pump next time im at the warehouse then

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    #38
    Ballistica wrote:
    I bought one of them and it died about 10mins into use, your milage may vary
    Had mine for about 7 years now, $10 from aliexpress - use it all the time, still going hard.

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    #39
    pyronical wrote:
    Had mine for about 7 years now, $10 from aliexpress - use it all the time, still going hard.
    Do you have a link to the one you got? I spent like $100 getting the one from amazon for it to die.

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    #40
    Ballistica wrote:
    Do you have a link to the one you got? I spent like $100 getting the one from amazon for it to die.
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32800172677.html

    I just bent the power plug pins and away it went.

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    #41
    pyronical wrote:
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32800172677.html

    I just bent the power plug pins and away it went.
    Interesting, I have one for my air mattress already, does it provide enough pressure, what about any static discharge?

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    #42
    Ballistica wrote:
    Interesting, I have one for my air mattress already, does it provide enough pressure, what about any static discharge?
    As I've said, been using it for 7 years, works great.

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    #43
    pyronical wrote:
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32800172677.html

    I just bent the power plug pins and away it went.
    That's nice n cheap. not bad. is it relatively powerful enough compared to a can of air?

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    #44
    Weegee wrote:
    That's nice n cheap. not bad. is it relatively powerful enough compared to a can of air?
    Yeah, goes hard - maybe not quite as powerful as a can of air but close enough.

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    #45
    I went a bit more etreme after my pump from amazon broke.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zu9mkMCnB60

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    #46
    I have a leaf blower too... that's actually not a bad idea tbh.

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    #47
    Ballistica wrote:
    I went a bit more etreme after my pump from amazon broke.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zu9mkMCnB60
    Haha good effort.

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    #48
    pyronical wrote:
    I have a leaf blower too... that's actually not a bad idea tbh.
    Fragluton wrote:
    Haha good effort.
    Main downside is its goddamn loud

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    #49
    recently i have used an inflatable mattress pump i have for camping, works a treat.

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    #50
    I use a Ryobi one+ combo car and mattress pump. Was like $99 for the pump, already had a battery

    https://www.bunnings.co.nz/ryobi-one...only_p00278573

    Worth it for me because it does much more than clean out laptops, and i have kids iwth bikes and spare rims for trackdays etc.

    Consider your wider use case is all im saying