Mini Computer Vacuum USB Keyboard Cleaner PC Laptop Brush Dust Cleaning Kit US For Sale

Mini Computer Vacuum USB Keyboard Cleaner PC Laptop Brush Dust Cleaning Kit US


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Mini Computer Vacuum USB Keyboard Cleaner PC Laptop Brush Dust Cleaning Kit US:
$14

  • Powerful suction can more quickly suck out the garbage hidden in the keyboard.
  • Our computer vacuum cleaner is able to suck small things like Cigarette ash, Dust, Hair, Food-crumbs, Eraser Residue, Small particle, but not water, please make sure small things is not bigger than the suction nozzle
  • This portable handheld USB vacuum cleaner is small size, could be used for computer, desktop and PC.
  • Our keyboard vacuum cleaner can be plugged straight into USB port without requiring external power source.
  • Just open thevacuum cleanerand take the sponge net out, then wash it with clean water, after the sponge net get dry, then you could use it.

Color: Black
Package Weight: 225g
Product Size: 196 * 137 * 60mm / 7.72 * 5.39 * 2.36inch
Power: 3.5W
Voltage: DC 5V
USB Cable Length: 1.8 meters
Power supply: computer USB interface, USB adapter, mobile power, etc. ...

Package List:
1 x Keyboard Vacuum Cleaner (Keyboard is not included)
2 x Nozzle
1 x Sponge


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