Monday, November 29, 2010

Product Review: DryGuy Wide-Body Boot and Glove Dryer

For those who live in the Tundra there is the plethora of wet gloves, mittens, hats, know the drill. Train in the snow, and there is something to dry out afterwards....and more importantly, be dry before your next workout.

We recently purchased a DryGuy Wide-Body Boot and Glove Dryer. Boasting four extra-tall air chambers and a whisper-quiet rotary blower, the DryGuy blasts heated or unheated air on up to four garments at once.

The device dries up to 4 garments in roughly an hour. Within roughly an hour, your shoes, gloves, hat, or even outer training pants will be completely dry, preparing you for your next workout. The approximate temperature of the air coming out of the nozzle is 99 degrees F, warm enough to dry garments without causing damage. Plus, by eliminating moisture, the DryGuy prevents the growth of bacteria and mold. The DryGuy also offers a three-hour timer for particularly wet garments and a 6-foot cord that should reach most outlets. It really has done a great job with our initial tests. Especially when the Boy® has come in soaking wet from playing in the snow. Or I come in from a nine miler and the knit hat and gloves are soaked.

So far, the unit has lived up to its billing. It drys everything out well and evenly. Available at Amazon for $79.95, although we got ours on sale at Amazon for $60.57.

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