The price tag on the unit is $25.00 (well, $24.99) as I write / type this on the evening of August the 24th, 2004.
First I'll list the Specifications, then we will look at some pictures of the machine with some of the pictures comparing the standard Lite F/X (model #1741) that most people have to this one.
|Tank Capacity||23 Oz. (US)
1.44 Pints (US)
|MFG Suggested Fluid||Lite F/X Fluid|
|Rating||120 Volts A/C|
|Amps - Not Listed|
|Warm Up Time||Approx. 60 Seconds|
|Case||Opaque Black Plastic
Flat Matte Finish
|Weight||No scale to weigh
But it is light.
Width: 7 7/8"
|Standard Remote Control|
|Cord Length||6 feet|
|Connector Type||5 pin DIN|
|Buttons||1 (toggle Switch)
Manual Fog (pulse)
|Status Indicators||1 Indicator Light
|Here is a picture of the box as it sits on the shelf at your local retailer. If you look at the right hand corner of the box in the larger photo, you can see the K mart sticker that shows the $24.99 price.|
|And here is the side of the box. Note the new "TOTALLY GHOUL" logo. Ain't it GHOUL.|
|Here we have the lid opened on the box. The machine is packed very well all of the way around.|
|I have now removed the top layer of packaging, and you can see the machine.|
|Let's take everything out and see what we have here.
Well, there is the fog machine, the remote switch, and a funnel to fill the tank with.
|Also included inside the box, but not pictured prior, are your documents.
The list of documents that you see before you in the picture on the left are:
1.) The instructions.
2.) A slip warning you about the possibility of setting off smoke detectors.
3.) A slip telling you to use their Fogclean fluid after each use.
|Comparison photos of the Standard Lite F/X unit (model #1741) that most of us have and this new unit.
1.) Top view of the two machines.
2.) Front view of the two machines.
3.) Back view of the two machines.
4.) Side view of the two machines.
|Here are some close up pictures of:
1.) The funnel for filling the tank. It is small. I'm holding it in my hand.
2.) The five pin remote connector.
3.) A close up of the remote for the "Constant Fog F/X".
4.) A comparison of the remote for the standard Lite F/X and the "Constant Fog F/X" units.
|This black piece between my finger and thumb is the cover for the fluid tank.|
|I have removed the tank cover in this photo. I noticed that there was some fluid residue on the tank under the cover. This is probably from testing after manufacturing. I'm not sure if it was fog fluid or cleaner. It felt like fog fluid though.|
Check back soon and I will have had a chance to run this unit. I don't have the time right now, but I will make time to do this later on.