DryGuy AC DC 2013 - 2011 Review by The Good Ride

The DryGuy AC/DC has been in my car for the last 3 years and when I hit the road it comes with me. I’d love to see it the size of the Circulator but that’s my only complaint.

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Put it in the toes first to warm that up and then move it back to the heels after.  It’s slow drying but it works and doesn’t make any noise. I can leave it in all night and the boots are dry in the morning or mostly dry after a long drive.  I’d rather have a car adapter for the 6″ Circulator but I haven’t found that.  So it works and still has a place in my car.

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