Nobody likes wet gear. Soggy ski boots, stinky sweaty hockey skates, wet gloves. In fact, nobody likes wet anything, well, except for you know what. This fact resulted in a new fix that will quickly and effectively dry the aforementioned gears and more, and doing so at less painful sunk cost. The name of the product is called GearDryer. Developed by some guys in Salt Lake City who really, really hate wet anything, GearDryer’s powder-coated heavy-duty steel construction features twelve dryer ports which, with a simple twist and lock design, allows you to customize the post layout for just about any gear, be it soccer boots, ski boots, gloves, or whatever.
A dual-fan setup delivers a power supply of forced air of up to 200 CFM, ambient or heated, channel directly into the interior of the gears to quickly eliminate moisture trapped within. Just slip the gears onto the port, choose between ambient or heated drying, and select from the five pre-programmed dry settings, and you are good. The pre-programmed dry settings are available from as short as 15 minutes cycle to as long as 24 hours. I will be honest here; we don’t see a lot of such dryer ourselves, but personally, I thought the industrial presentation looks pretty rad. The best part is, it is not of cheap plastic. Plastics are for chairs, not something that heats up, however mildly.
GearDryer is available in a choice of wall-mounted/rolling or freestanding model, and it can be yours in exchange for $599-699 of your hard-earned money.
Images courtesy of GearDryer.
Submitted via TIP US Page.