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    what is the best most reliable fog machine out there?


  • #2
    Haze base makes some super reliable , yet expensive machines. If you want quality, Scroll to the bottom
    Brian Warner
    Owner of Evilusions
    Technical Director of Forsaken Haunted House
    Mechanical Designer (animatronics) at Gore Galore


    • #3
      Originally posted by vred View Post
      what is the best most reliable fog machine out there?


      Hazebase Base Classic 1300. I have two now, as well as their hazer. So worth the investment. Cannot recommend strongly enough!
      Brett Hays, Director
      Fear Fair


      • #4
        My all-time favorite was and always will be the F-100 made in Texas... that company went out of business but if you can find one buy it. They're the best fog machines EVER MADE... why? Because they where made here in the United States of America with the best parts. Back in the day they where also the most expensive but well worth it. When you find one for sale they typically go for big league money. They never break, always work and the output is amazing.

        Considering you can't really buy them anymore

        It was made by this company called High End... they also made really high end lights and other things.

        You can still buy these here and there but people want a lot of money for them.

        These are the best ones EVER MADE!

        As for what you can buy that is out there now... there are many options. Since I no longer have been able to buy F-100's I've bought probably 100 fog machines prior NEVER bought them because my F-100 would work for a decade without replacement. I'm serious.

        I'm a big believer in buying the best stuff out there... over the last couple years we've bought a bunch of fog machines from Froggy. I can't remember the model but they seem to work pretty good. I'll look and see what model we've been buying.

        Larry Kirchner


        • #5
          F-100s are it. Unfortunately we dumped our last couple before the season, just can't get parts any more. Really sucked.
          We have gone to Martin Magnum 2000. Got 8 or 10 and they seem fine, with about the same output as the High End Systems.
          I don't like the digital controls rather then analog but I guess its a brave new world
          It also sucks that Martin has now discontinued this model. Suggest you buy what you can from folks that have them in stock!

          Last edited by Karl Fields; 11-16-2016, 06:59 PM.