Look Solutions Tiny FX

A fog machine from Look Solutions.
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Look Solutions Tiny FX

Dec 13, 2011 12:39 PM

Look Solutions Tiny FX

The Look Solutions Tiny FX is the newest version of the successful Tiny series fog generators. Boasting a smaller pump, dimensions, and light weight, the modular design Tiny FX contains a refillable fluid reservoir that can be screwed directly into the machine. The Tiny CX is microprocessor-based and fully programmable. Its 11.1V, intelligence-controlled battery allows for increased fog time and can be changed, as can the vaporizer. Like the Tiny FX, the Look Solutions Tiny CX can be triggered with the lid-embedded start button, cable remote, radio remote, or DMX 512 with a DMX converter. Price: NA

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