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Automated Cartridge and Slot Cleaner

Dirty slot? Blaze has the answer.


Doncaster, UK. 6th April, 2009 – BLAZE is proud to launch the new Automated Cartridge & slot cleaner for Nintendo DSi and DS Lite consoles. The new BLAZE battery powered cleaner ensures that your console and games stay in perfect condition using its unique automated, mechanized action . This 2 part automated device works on both the DS Lite, where it can clean both the DS and GBA game slots as well as game cards, and the DSi where it can clean your game slot and also game cards. How it works is easy; simply plug the device into the appropriate slot, press the "on" button and allow the static free microfibers to clean the internal connectors, thus ensuring years of trouble free gaming. This device is perfect for anyone who likes to take care of their game consoles and game library and ensure their items stay in tip top condition.

The Automated Cartridge and Slot Cleaner is available from May from all good video game stores and direct from www.blazeeurope.com priced at £14.99.

About Blaze Europe

BLAZE Europe develops manufactures and supplies worldwide a comprehensive range of console and PC based media management and video game enhancement utilities under the Xploder brand, as well as an extensive range of cutting edge video game accessories under the BLAZE brand.

BLAZE also provides OEM solutions for own-label product ranges across a wide variety of accessories, hardware and software – BLAZE technology powers the GameShark brand for Mad Catz in the US, Xterminator for Gametech in Japan and the Limited Edition Xploder Lite software that is bundled with all Lexar Gaming Edition Memory Cards.

Sales Enquiries

Michael Flanagan


(+44) 07771888652

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(+44) 01302 325225

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