GearDryer Freestanding 12 – Keep Your Ski Gear Dry

GearDryer Freestanding 12 Review

GearDryer Freestanding 12 provides 200 CFM of air to keep your gear dry.

That is a lot of air pumping out of the 12 ports.  Each port can be capped off when not in use, to help direct air to other tubes.  Each tube holds a pair of boots, a helmet or gloves with ease.  With the capacity to dry 6 pairs of boots, this makes a great tool for ski families.  Of course, you could use this to dry 3 pairs of boots (ski or snowboard) and 3 pairs of gloves too.


GearDryer Freestanding 12 Review


Heated or ambient air

The ability to use 200CFM of ambient air is helpful if you just want to slowly dry gear out. Especially if the GearDryer is inside an already warm environment like a home. If the dryer is placed in a garage or storage area, the ability to heat is going to be more helpful.  The GearDryer pumps out air that is 35 degrees warmer than the ambient air.  This is also nice if you want to warm up your boots before heading out of the ski condo!

Other uses for the GearDryer

This gear dryer can be used for any kind of gear that is wet.  Whether from snow, rain or sweat.  Hockey teams, firehouses, hunters, hikers, anyone that has gear that needs to dry out.  The possibilities are endless.

GearDryer Freestanding 12 Review


Ideal for a ski condo

Imagine you had an epic day on the slopes and you head back to the ski condo.  You open the garage and enter the common area.  Take your boots off and stick them on the GearDryer to dry out for the next day.  Heck of a lot better than sticking them on a plastic dryer that either overheats them or does not dry them.  If you owned that ski condo and rented it out, having the GearDryer would be an awesome asset to advertise.  Having a commercial grade gear dryer is serious street cred!  Plus, it is durable and reliable.

GearDryer Freestanding 12 Review

Safe to use inside

The GearDryer features an auto shut off function.  So you can rest assured that it won’t cause damage to your home.  There are a few timed settings: 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours and if you hold the 15-minute button down for 3 seconds, a 24-hour setting.  You can choose room temperature air of heated.

GearDryer Freestanding 12 Review

Conclusion on the GearDryer

If you are looking for a good investment in keeping your gear dry, then the GearDryer is what you are looking for.  Sturdy, reliable, portable and attractive.  From ski boots to soccer shoes and everything in between, the GearDryer will get them dry. MSRP $599

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