Dryguy Circulator Boot Dryer

Priced: $29.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Dryguy Circulator Boot Dryer
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Dryguy Circulator Boot Dryer -

A state-of-the-art breakthrough in portable convection drying, the lightweight and compact DryGuy Circulator boot dryer brings new speed and energy efficiency to drying your footwear.

Imported.

Fit:

  • Advanced silicone rubber coated heating element sandwiched between two custom-fitted aluminum plates allows increased wattage with no increase of footwear-damaging hot spots

Features:

  • High-quality thermoset plastic; easy on/off switch; packs unobtrusively in boots or shoes
  • Gentle, effective convection heat helps eliminate the risk of damage to footwear, liners or foot beds
  • DryGuy Circulator boot dryer is compatible with 120-volt AC household outlets
  • Approximately 2 - 5 hrs. drying time
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Activity:Snowsports
Dimensions:(Each unit) 6 x 2 x 1.5 inches
Material:Plastic
Unit is energy efficient:7.5 watts per boot or glove

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Dryguy Circulator Boot Dryer Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works as advertised

I've been using these for years. They are a MUST have if you ski more than one day at a time. I'm a ski patroller who skis 70+ days annually. Without these, your boots will be damp if you ski two days in a row. Damp boots are cold boots. Cold boots are no fun.

When I get home from skiing, I plug these in and then put one into each ski boot and leave them in until I leave for skiing the next morning. Make sure that you get it properly in and up to the toe of the boot. The boot will be dry and warm when you put it on. If you have a portable AC inverter you can plug them in while in the car and they will be warm when you put them on at the ski area.

Our kids are also racers and they ski every day no matter the weather. Before we used these, you could actually see liquid water between the shell and liner from condensation. Using these every night cured that problem.

It's hard for me to see how anyone could have a problem using these - it's dead on simple. It's just a resistive heating element protected by a plastic shell/grid from actually touching your boots. You plug it in, it gets warm. The warmth drives out the moisture. It is not hot, it's warm - otherwise you'd wreck your gloves and boots if you dry them too fast. You must leave it in for 5-6 hours if you want everything totally dry and ready to go.

Every skier should have a set of these and they should travel with you. Utterly indispensable.

There is also a version that has little fans in the tip (toes) and can be plugged into both AC or into your car's DC plug. They work fine too, but this version is more durable. I don't think either of them works better than the other so this is the best bet.
JohnJ80 at REI on 01/01/2014

The perfect boot drier

After a long day of walking in the woods the boots get rather wet inside. This product dried my boots out in two hours. I'm impressed with the drying capability, small rugged design, and it's easily packable. much better than my dads old big upright boot dryer that took 8 hours to finish and was a pain to transport. I would highly recommend these. The only thing I wish it had was a humidity sensor to automatically shut off.
MNSqurrelHunter at REI on 11/11/2013

Negative Reviews:

Might be Boot Dryer, NOT for Gloves

Although the description says that it can be used for gloves it CANNOT. I do not even see how it is of any use for Boots. I tried using it for my gloves (that I had bought at REI) and it never really dried them, and they still had a smell. It goes back. A forced air unit will work far better and faster and do the job correctly.
David from Rockville at REI on 12/12/2013