The Coilhose Redi-Burst pocket blow gun is exactly what it sounds like – a teeny tiny air blower that connects to your air compressor, pressurized air line, or compressed gas cylinder (such as nitrogen).
It’s got a 1/4″ NPT inlet, and works with other Coilhose 1/8″ outlet tips and accessories. The Redi-Burst is made with chrome-plated die-cast zinc construction and is rated for a max inlet pressure of 150 PSI.
Accoding to Coilhose, the Redi-Burst provides the same performance as larger blow guns, but is more easily stored and carried due to its compact size.
I don’t know much about the Coilhose brand, but found the Redi-Burst’s small size to be interesting. Interesting is one thing, but useful is another. This seems like a good space-saving “just in case” compact design, but cheap blow guns like this $6 Bostitch model aren’t exactly enormous.
What do you think? Practical gadget (this is what I’m leaning towards), or gimmicky gizmo?
And if you’ve used Coilhose blow guns before, what would you say about the brand?