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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbybob View Post
    ^^^^^^^^^ What Jem and Dave said ;-)

    The Look Solutions 2.1 is a GOOD and Economic hazer. What you pay extra in purchase price you quickly make up in usage cost.
    I did the show last friday, put in a 2 Liter container, filled a 55x90m hall which is 18meters high. It took me just around 40 minutes to fill the WHOLE hall with the fan and power on 99 (highest setting).

    Then in the 2L can, i measured and the and the fluidlevel went down around 1 to 1.5cm !
    This equates roughly to maybe 200ml max ! This equates to 1.40 EURO. How's that for ECONOMIC ?
    To fill a let's say 60.000 cubic meter space in 40minutes.

    You can find movies on youtube of the show if you look for The Reality XII
    I'm going to see if my hazer will beat that
    but not on the ilpendam lem since I have to pick it up still.
    Mine has a 5liter tank.

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    The 5L tank is nice, but we'll have to see if it's as economic as the Look Solutions Unique 2.1
    Maybe they put a 5L tank on it because it's a haze fluid guzzler ;-)
    I didn't fail !
    I just found out 10,000 ways that didn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbybob View Post
    The 5L tank is nice, but we'll have to see if it's as economic as the Look Solutions Unique 2.1
    Maybe they put a 5L tank on it because it's a haze fluid guzzler ;-)
    No it's a a hazer being used for touring it claims to be economic.
    I will give my feedback about it.
    It's also more expensive then the unique 2.1

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    Everyone asks "what smoke machine". Rarely do people ask "What smoke fluid". That is the real question.
    This space for rent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterpj View Post
    No it's a a hazer being used for touring it claims to be economic.
    I will give my feedback about it.
    It's also more expensive then the unique 2.1
    Did you buy the Jem?

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    is this stuff still the best fluid for fog machines Froggys Swamp Fog Juice ?
    As I have used a cheap american dj 700W fog machine to fill an 60'x80'x20' shop in under 10 min and only had to add more 2min of fog 30 min into the show with this fluid
    not

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    Quote Originally Posted by White-Light View Post
    Did you buy the Jem?
    The one I bought is the smoke factory Tour hazer II

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    Looks like you made the right choice Borg, the tide has turned against the K1 with a few peeps reporting problems:

    http://www.blue-room.org.uk/index.php?showtopic=31592

    Certainly the Unique's I've seen have been very good, its what I would buy.

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    Just thought I'd point out that I'm fairly sure that the Unique and the Tourhazer have the same internal gubbinz that do the work. However, I prefer the tour hazer because of it's nice flightcase shell.

    Be aware though that when they go wrong, both are a bugger to get parts for!
    If in doubt... Give it a clout?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WookieBoy View Post
    Just thought I'd point out that I'm fairly sure that the Unique and the Tourhazer have the same internal gubbinz that do the work. However, I prefer the tour hazer because of it's nice flightcase shell.

    Be aware though that when they go wrong, both are a bugger to get parts for!
    Wookieboy i'm pretty sure they dont have the same internal gubbinz .
    in fact the tour hazer claimed to have a 1 minute warmup time and i figured on mine it was hazing right away (without waiting)

    Anyway about something going wrong and parts.. That's why I suggest to buy from a dealer instead of the net.
    We dealers have more direct contact with a manufacturer and can get the parts you want, to fix your problem.. or figure out what part needs to be replaced.
    but I agree, i've seen the tour hazer and the unique, both are great but I also prefer the tour hazer.
    Despite being bigger the flightcase really does it in term's of being great to transport and it's great that you can adjust the nozzle so you can haze more directional.

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