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  • The DryGuy Force Dry DX - Forced Air Boot and Garment Dryer can dry two pairs of boots, shoes, or gloves in 1 to 2 hours.
  • It features two removable extension tubes for use with boots up to 16 inches tall, 3 hour timer, heat or no-heat switch and heats to 105-degrees F.
  • Over 1,700 reviews give it a 4.6 out of 5 star overall rating.
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What are those? Asking for a friend in South Florida.
If your home has central heating and air, it contains a series of openings used to transfer air to and from the air conditioner and furnace. These openings are the grilles, vents, and registers.

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Great product, but what ever happened to using heating vents?

I'm probably getting one, thanks OP
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Camel says it's the lowest price it's been.
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Oooo, a must for skiers/snowboarder s
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Not for water dry only but for boots heating too. This thing plus electric timer or smart plug and possibilities are endless.
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I have used my peet dryer for years. It's completely silent and gets boots dry no problem. This one might be faster.
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Great product, but what ever happened to using heating vents?
What are those? Asking for a friend in South Florida.
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Live in the south, but i want one for some reason
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What are those? Asking for a friend in South Florida.
If your home has central heating and air, it contains a series of openings used to transfer air to and from the air conditioner and furnace. These openings are the grilles, vents, and registers.
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Made one for my kids hockey gear out of pvc and a hair drier.
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I thought a dry guy meant something else....
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This thing is great. My work boots used to be unbearably smelly after a few months. Use this every night and it works like a charm to keep boots smelling ok. Plus in winter time does a great job drying snow boots and gloves. The only problem I have with it is it's a dummy timer with a 3 hour max run time to turn on. So I'm unable to use a smart outlet to program a start time in middle of the night. Would be amazing if I could put on nice warm boots in morning in winter. Oh well, still highly recommend it
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