Milty Zerostat 3 Anti-Static Gun

$110.00

Milty Zerostat 3 Anti-Static Gun removes static electricity from the surface of any LP, perfect for record cleaning. This device is an anti-static generator which has numerous applications, but for audiophiles, the main use is to remove the static charge on the surface of a record.

  • Durable plastic-material construction
  • Good for at least 50,000 trigger operations
  • No batteries, power supply, or refills required

 


If you really want to eliminate static from your LP’s then you really need to give this a shot.

 

 

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Description

The Zerostat 3 is highly rated for its ability to improve the sound quality of records and CDs by removing static. The Zerostat 3 incorporates a unique Piezo Crystal device which generates a positive electrical charge of ions with one gentle squeeze of the trigger, and a negative charge on release of the trigger so cancelling the charges on the disc. Constructed from durable hard plastic, it requires no batteries or refills and is a long lasting alternative to cleaning brushes.

The Zerostat is perfect for eliminating the static charge that builds up due to the rotation of a Record Cleaning Machine and its suction tube and eliminates this charge with a slow pull of the trigger. The Zerostat antistatic gun was discovered to have great applicability for use in photographic darkrooms to remove dust from film and negatives.

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Reviews

“Clean records means better sound and this gun-like gizmo neutralises static charges to keep your LPs dust-free without the need for a messy cleaning spray.”
– Metro

“The Zerostat 3 will not only provide a more pleasant vinyl listening experience, it will extend the life of your precious records. A good thing, by anyone’s standards.”
– The Audiophile Man – Read Review

“A big 1970s prawn-cocktail-and-Black-Forest-gateau welcome, then, to this retro but extremely useful piezoelectric gadget for vinyl’s second wave. You waft the device across the surface of the disc, pulling and releasing the trigger. It is good for 50,000 trigger operations, which means about 10,000 LP sides. It doesn’t use batteries – it’s powered by your hand squeeze – and, on my LPs, its dust-repelling ability seemed to last for more than one play.”
– Financial Times – Read Review