Blow-ups (Jun, 1970)


Try on one of these inflatable plastic suits for size, if you work with insecticides or other

toxic chemicals. A 200-foot hose circulates cool air through the suit, providing insulation from heat as well as protection from the fumes. It’s made by Martindale Electric, Neasden Lane, London.

  1. Charlene says: October 21, 20116:54 am

    And don’t they look thrilled!

  2. Rick Auricchio says: October 21, 20118:39 am

    Just in time for Halloween!

  3. Mitch says: October 21, 20119:01 am

    Pretty sure that’s Keith Moon and Pete Townshend doing a photo shoot for one of Pete’s lost rock operas in the 70s.

  4. LightningRose says: October 21, 201110:27 am

    And Mitch wins the prize for today’s best Intertubes Post.

  5. Don F says: October 21, 201111:12 am

    Surely that’s Ringo Starr on the right . . . .

  6. MrBrownThumb says: October 21, 20116:25 pm

    As a gardener I’m wondering where they’re spraying those toxic chemicals. Is that a conservatory? Or a research center?

  7. Mike says: October 22, 20117:06 am

    Mitch, I have to disagree, Keith would be naked and drinking the insecticide.

  8. Daviplane says: October 23, 20116:16 am

    Wait until Tuttle mess a bit with the hoses.

  9. M.S.W. says: October 24, 20116:47 am

    They should have used these suits in the making of the movie “Silent Running”.

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