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chipdouglas

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Hello guys...

well no need in posting pix and links...
but for those of you that know about "Spencers Gift Shops" inside of malls in the united states, they have right now 400watt fog machines that are remote controlled operated for $29.00


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I just got one of those electric misters that use ultrasound to turn tap water into a nice heavy fog/mist. Never really been a fan of the foggers that use a special solution, although they do make considerably more fog
 

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Just gotta love Halloween! I figure that I will wait until after to buy a fogger. :beer:

Here is a Halloween pic

 

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I've been looking at this one.... waiting for the after sales.

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Specifications

* Breaker size: 15A (115V), 8A (230V)
* Output: 25,000cfm
* Fluid consumption: 150ml/minute
* Power and current: 120V, 60Hz: 1,364W, 11.9A operating, 11.7A inrush, PF 0.99
* Power and current: 230V, 50Hz: 1,300W, 5.7A operating, 5.7A inrush, PF 0.99
* AC power: 115V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
* Weight: 27.6lbs (12.5kg)
* Size: 23in x 13.6in x 14.7in / 585mm x 347mm x 374mm
 

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I've been looking at this one.... waiting for the after sales.

Hurricane


Specifications

* Breaker size: 15A (115V), 8A (230V)
* Output: 25,000cfm
* Fluid consumption: 150ml/minute
* Power and current: 120V, 60Hz: 1,364W, 11.9A operating, 11.7A inrush, PF 0.99
* Power and current: 230V, 50Hz: 1,300W, 5.7A operating, 5.7A inrush, PF 0.99
* AC power: 115V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
* Weight: 27.6lbs (12.5kg)
* Size: 23in x 13.6in x 14.7in / 585mm x 347mm x 374mm
They don't have a price posted, how much does it cost?
 

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Just gotta love Halloween! I figure that I will wait until after to buy a fogger. :beer:

Here is a Halloween pic

got news for you...that aint 'fog' coming out of there.:whistle::p:scowl:


I saw small foggers at a major drugstore last year for 19.99- not fancy- no remote and I think you had to buy juice seperatly IIRC.

The day after Holloween I saw them marked down a lot-- best price you will ever find for a 'cheapie' is that day only and I would be there when they open too--

they last a good while if you NEVER run it with no juice and store it EMPTY-

-turn off all sources of air movement for best results(A/C ,fans etc)

ALSO they tend to set off smoke alarms-- a plastic baggie cover will pretty much prevent this , but dont froget to remove it later--

lastly they can also set off automatic fire alarms and you may end up with firetrucks/police showing up at your party. A real buzz killer BTW!!

have fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

hk
 

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the fog fluid for the spencers smoke machine is $20 a jug !!!
rip off .
it probably costs a few dollars to make .
i want to get the dry ice/ultra-sound fogger that the other guy mentioned, prior ... that's the way to go, IMHO and probably more environmentally friendly ...
 

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Today is CHEAP FOGGER DAY-If i did not have one I would be calling all the local drugstores to see if they had one on close-out. Last year I saw one for 19.99$

let yer fingers do the walking!! G L hk
 

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Hmm juice can clog a fogger if left in, whoops Ive had one for almost 5 years that was still running off the original juice. I just now got some more and topped it off.
 




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