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DryGuy DX Forced Air Boot Dryer and Garment Dryer
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- Forced-air boot, glove, and garment dryer works on four garments simultaneously
- Includes two removable extension tubes for use with boots up to 16 inches tall; whisper-quiet rotary blower; 3 hour timer; heat or no-heat switch
- Heats to 105-degrees F. (40.5-degrees C.); safe for liners, clothes, and boots; includes two removable extension tubes for use with boots up to 16 inches tall
- Helps eliminate odors and reduce the growth of bacteria and mold; dries most clothes in 1-2 hours; Power - 120 Volt AC Household Outlet
- Dimensions: 12 inches deep x 7.5 inches high x 15 inches wide; 6-foot power cord; 1 year warranty
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The DryGuy DX Forced Air Boot Dryer and Garment Dryer can dry two pairs of boots, shoes, or gloves in 1 to 2 hours. From rain soaked soccer cleats to sweaty ski or hunting boots to soggy gloves filled with melting snow, the DryGuy DX dries a variety of garments so you can start the day with dry, comfortable hands and feet. The DryGuy DX Forced Air Boot Dryer and Garment Dryer utilizes gentle forced air and 105-degree heat to quickly remove moisture and help prevent the growth of fungus and bacteria that cause odors and deteriorates footwear over time. It includes two removable extension tubes for drying boots up to 16 inches tall. The DryGuy DX Forced Air Boot Dryer and Garment Dryer is completely safe to use and will not shrink, warp, or otherwise harm delicate garments and custom fit liners. Dimensions: 12 inches deep x 7.5 inches high x 15 inches wide; 6-foot power cord; 1 year warranty
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Temperature is limited to prevent damage to leather or synthetic fabrics and preventing damage to the heater itself (which is what happened to my last two boot dryers)
The timer is as simple as a twist of a dial.
The 4 posts can accommodate two pairs of boots or gloves, even a helmet!
Loving it and using it for hiking, work boots, football gear, snowboarding/snowshoeing... Etc.
Great buy, no negatives yet!
The Pros: First, this unit was ready for our ski gloves. I was a bit worried about heated air being forced into the gloves for two hours but the gentle 105° didn't cause any observable damage and dried the gloves thoroughly. Second, the unit is very quiet. Not so quiet that that you can't hear it but very inobtrusive. Third, it's very stable when drying ski boots on one side a gloves on the other. No fear of it falling over.
The Cons: First, the timer dial is very stiff and lead me to think it was defective, however, it worked as expected. The dial kinda reminds me of a hot tub timer that you turn for the desired time. It presents resistance in one direction and turns easily to the "off" position. Second, while the dryer appears to be well designed and built, the plastic used appears to be polystyrene, which I expect to become brittle, leading to cracking and breakage from the use of heat over time. This may make it more susceptible to breakage when putting heavy ski boots on it in the future. The dryer's longevity remains to be seen.
Overall, this is a great unit and, for now, we highly recommend it.
- Original Dry Guy without large boot adaptors works well but not as effective for large ski boots
- A PEET Dryer which has nearly identical heater and blower but due to larger base and tunes seems to move less air through boots. Also the wider tube make it unsuitable for globes without additional attachmentd.
- A DryGuy Travel Dry Boot and Shoe Dryer, which is completely useless.
With the DC we can dry gloves.or boots without special attachments (as with original Dry Guy) and the included boot tunes add an extra bit of effectiveness.
We end up using all dryers (except for the useless travel dryer) every winter weekend and if we need to buy another it will be this Dry Guy DX.