أنا أحب ذلك ، وأنا استخدامها لتجفيف بذلة بلدي لركوب الأمواج ويعمل كما يقول أنه يفعل. كنت خائفة من أن تمدد أو تمزق طبقات دعوي لأنها كبيرة ، لكنني لم ألاحظ أي مشاكل. يجف في نصف الوقت بالتأكيد.
هل بالضبط ما يفترض أن. قوية ، وشكل رائع ، والمروحة تساعد على الحفاظ على الجلد من غير تقليدي. تستحق المال ، لا سيما بعد شراء وكسر عدد من الشماعات بدلة خشبية!
This thing is awesome for the money. I use it to dry my racing leathers. Similar "race suit drying" products sell for 3 times as much and higher quality with heat for up to 6 times as much and none advertise the cfm. I use it between races and It only draws 1 amp at 12v so I use power inverter and dry it in the truck on the way home. Pretty sure it could handle 18v and get close to 200cfm with different adapter. It prolongs the life of the suit and makes cleaning/conditioning it easier. Does seem like it would be big for a wetsuit though.
So far, so good. A few things to note that may not have been mentioned in other reviews:1) There are some sharp edges (flash material from the molding process) that may snag on the wetsuit. I took a regular nail file and cleaned up the edges until they were smooth. Took no more than 3 minutes. No big deal.2) It takes about 12 hours for my 2.5/3.5mm wetsuit to dry in an environment that was about 40%RH and 65F.3) I bought this timer () that has a countdown function. The countdown function is adjustable and I set mine to 12 hours. After 12 hours, it automatically stops. Perfect.4) Tip: After a few hours, when my wetsuit doesn't drip water any more, I place my booties underneath the wetsuit leg openings, so that the air coming out of the leg holes are directed at the booties, helping to dry them out as well. No more stanky booties! Bonus!
This thing rocks! I bought it for my surfing buddy for Christmas, and he loves it. He tells me that it dries his wetsuit thoroughly overnight, in just one night. For comparison, it would take a couple weeks in the garage to "mostly" (not completely) dry the inside of my wetsuit when it's draped over a 2" PVC pipe. I use the model without the fan, and it does a great job on it's own, taking 1-2 days for the interior to be totally dry; a nice alternative, just not as fast).One thing to be aware of -- it's pretty bulky. I needed to trim about 1-1/2 in. off the ends of the shoulders with a dremel (see photoshopped picture of a modified / unmodified hanger) so that it would fit into his wetsuit (zipperless ripcurl, size M). It fits pretty easily with my wetsuit (Excel, back-zip, size MT). It would be nice if this came in a couple sizes, as I don't think it would work well on smaller wetsuits without stressing them when you put it inside & take it out -- especially the zipperless type, & probably front-zip ones as well. Also, the bottom edges of the hanger are kinda sharp, which I also ground smooth with the dremel.
Perfect drying apparatus for full-body costuming!My costumes are completely made out of thick-pile synthetic fur which gets VERY hot/sweaty even when standing still, these HangAir dryers can get them completely dry in no time flat.
This is an essential product for anyone with a fur-suit. After washing, usually the only way to dry a fursuit is to lay it out on a drying rack, otherwise the faux fur backing can stretch. This product, however, allows one to hang, brush and dry the fursuit, and it dries in hours instead of days. An essential for furry conventions, as well, this product will dry a sweaty suit in less than an hour.If you need a fursuit dryer, this product is perfect.
Works great on my leather track suit. Heavy duty hook handles the weight, no problem. Mine was noisy when I received it due to the fan blades hitting something. It may have happened in shipping or assembly, but the motor was misaligned. This was easily rectified by unscrewing the cover and putting it back on. Similar to a brand my friend bought that is specifically for motorcycle suits, but he paid 4 times as much.
Cons first , plastic feels a little cheap for how much your spending but is still holding strong the plug is a tad hard to push into the fan but holds nice and tightPros , it preformed great the width and shape is ideal for the many FURSUITS I own and I can feel the air coming out of the leg holes and the arm holes it's pretty powerful it dried the suit in about an hour to where I was comfortable to wear my suit again but I'd give it one extra hour if you are one that febreezs your suit .The cord has decent length to get routed out of your way and the 360 hanger helps so much when it comes to brushing your suit and getting it ready to wear out and aboutAlso good to use to store in closets as well but I'd buy more if I needed tooI highly recommend this to full suiters
I purchased this for drying out my Kokatat Dry Suit that I use for white water kayaking. This product has exceeded my expectations, and I think is very smart purchase.The "shoulders" of this hanger are as broad as a persons. This really gets the suit opened up. It also fits gently through the neck gasket of my suit, and gets air moving around quite well. I opened my two zippers (relief, front entry) about 20%, and with this adjustment the suit swells with air all the way down to the feet, getting it very dry. I paddled this suit for all of Thanksgiving weekend, and every single morning the suit was bone dry and smelt nice.I highly recommend this product, and will probably purchase a second one to use on my the dry suit I'm getting my girlfriend as an early Xmas gift!
After a few dives in my Waterproof D1 hybrid dry suit, my nose and I felt the need to clean the inside of the suit. After a thorough rinsing on the inside and outside of the suit, I hung it on the hangair and let the fan run for a day and a half. The air flowing through the hangar inflated my dry suit allowing the air to circulate and evaporate the water inside the suit. Excess air flowed out of the wrist openings so that the air was constantly changing inside the suit. No telling how long the suit would have been damp on the inside without the forced air from the hangair. The unit came with a U.S. plug adapter so no issues with using it as soon as it was unboxed. The other advantage is that the neck on my drysuit fits perfectly around the collar on the hangair so that it doesn't get creased or misshapen.
There is no question that it dries my wetsuit much faster than just hanging. I've used it about 10 times by now. It is a bit bulky. My main problem with it is that you cannot use it in a car plug unless you have an AC inverter as seen here . I couldn't find a 1000ma car adaptor on the market. It's also just a touch loud than I'd like, but not bad.
I scuba dive in MA, so I use a 7mm wet suit when I dive. Usually, to get it 100% completely dry I would leave it draped over something for 2-3 days minimum! NOT ANYMORE!!!After diving this past weekend, I washed my suit, and hung it on the hanger, plugged it in, and let it hang over the tub (for dripping purposes) at about 5pm. Before I went to sleep I check on it, and it was already mostly dry, just a little left in the cuffs! By 6:30am, it was bone dry, and ready or storage!!! I've never had a wetsuit dry that fast!This thing has sincerely changed how I go about drying my wetsuits, and worth every penny just on the saved time and space it takes to dry.
Susan M. Stevens
Bought this hanger for use with my motorcycle road racing leathers. Sturdy with a nice long hook for hanging. Works well and appears to be capable of long time use. My only wish is that it had a reverse switch to blow the air up and out of the suit. Currently the fan only blows down and into the garment.
For those of you out there who fursuit, this is a great addition to make your convention life much easier!This gets you back out on to the con floor much faster.
I really like this product. It can dry out a 5mm full wetsuit overnight with no problem. The fan is not too noisy, and is fine running in the bathroom if you're in a hotel. The oversized shoulders serve to open up the inside of the wetsuit so the air circulates through the arm and leg holes.Caveat -- my first unit broke after two uses, but Ecross replaced it. My second is going strong after three months of weekend use. We'll see how solidly they are made.Update -- second unit still going strong after two years of light use.
Jeffrey A. Norris
I have a dry suit that I use for SCUBA diving and for paddle boarding in the winter and you know how they get really damp on the inside from your perspiration. I thought I was being a little extravagant buying this but I tried it and it actually dried out the inside of my suit in just a matter of 3o minutes. Now you might say just let it hang and dry out, but if you live in a humid climate, like I do here in the Atlanta area, you know things just don't dry out so well on their own. I use this all the time for both my dry suit and my wet suit.
I have been using the HangAir drying system for a little over 4-months. I was pleasantly surprised by how quickly it dries my suits (6/5/4, 4/3, 3/2). Hang the suit when you get home from your dawn patrol session and in about 4 hrs the suit is completely dry! This is especially good for those winter sessions where no one likes putting on wet gear. Another trick, if you line your boots up with the bottom of the legs, enough air passes through to enable your boots to dry as well, same with the gloves.It is 100% worth trying, it still amazes me to this day that I never thought of buying one earlier!
WOW! This product dried a 3/2 wetsuit in less than a day. I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend because I was tired of smelling a disgusting wetsuit as it hung and dried in my bathroom... and that thing never would dry. Now that we have this dryer he put his wetsuit on it and the thing was nice and dry in less than 24 hours! Now he can surf in the cold winter without having to slip into a freezing wetsuit... and I don't have to smell a rotting wetsuit anymore.It blows a ton of air, it's as loud as a bathroom fan, and has a super long cord.This thing rocks!
The hangar itself is very sturdy and useful for hanging wetsuit even if you are not operating the fan. It really can support a lot of weight and fills out the shoulders nicely so there is no weird indentations like from a smaller hanger. The only issue I had was a scraping sound when I first turned it on. I took out the 4 long screws, thereby separating the hangar to access the fan and then rotated the fan and that fixed it. (The fan is in a square casing and I just turned it so that it's '12 o'clock' setting was a '3 o'clock') It's been nice and quiet since. So... if yours makes a scraping noise and you don't want to bother with returning it I recommend you do this. It took about 5 minutes. Drying time is about 8 hours in a well ventilated place.
Great device and it seems to work exceptionally well. I question those who in previous reviews have mentioned a noise factor. This thing is almost whisper quiet. It is a fan for goodness sake. It cannot, by design, be silent. If I have any suggestions to the manufacturer it would be these. Modify the width of the shoulders (making it slightly smaller) and increase the power of the fan. With those slight adjustments it would work just as well and be travel friendly. The current size makes it just a bit too large to pack with bulky dive gear for an excursion.
For all of you weird people out there, I did not buy this hanger to dry a wet suit, I bought this hanger to dry my fursuit. I haven't received the suit but I have used this hanger to dry out the inside of the head and it's incredibly powerful, incredibly quiet and all around perfect for what I bought it for. It's well worth it just for the convention use that I've gotten out of it.
Colin O. Chandler
I wasn't really expecting this to work as well as it does, especially for the money, but I love it! It's like I have a blowdryer coming out of each of the arms and legs, way more air than I expected it to be pumping through. My full 4/3 wetsuit is always dry by the next morning, the cord is very long and it's quite sturdy.My one trick that I use with this device is I put a big shoelace around the two arms so they barely touch the sides of the wetsuit and as the water drips out of the armholes they land in the bucket perfectly. Otherwise (with or without this particular hanger) it lands all over, and the added force of the air blowing through made this a little more extreme ;) My only complaint I guess it the fan is a little loud and so I now dry the wetsuit in a room further away from the one I sleep in. This also keeps me from being startled by "someone" standing in my room when I get up in the middle of the night ;)
I really like this product. It's relatively quiet (although by no means silent), and moves a reasonable amount of air. My XXL dries quite a bit faster than normal, which really helps both the comfort factor (if it's going to be used again in the near future), and avoiding funky odors. The wide profile spreads out the weight, which prevents the shoulders from being deformed by the added weight of a soaked suit.In addition, it uses a brushless motor... they don't produce ozone (unlike cheaper motors) which is damaging to neoprene. [Note: This detail doesn't seem to be mentioned in the description or manual. I contacted Underwater Kinetics directly to inquire.]
Bought this for a costume dryer. Works great! Some people have videos of adding bigger fans to these types but when you turn it on, you can feel it across the room! no need far as I can tell, to modify.
The hangair hanger by underwater kinetics works perfectly drying out my wetsuit after a day of surf. It definitely beats leaving it out in the sun thereby ruining the neoprene. Highly recommended.
So I actually use this product for drying and hanging fursuits, and it’s probably the best investment I’ve made for suit maintenance and care! It holds so much weight, and the fan works beautifully. Not too loud either. I’m very glad the cord is so long too. This could also be used to dry and hang heavy cosplay pieces. This has been a huge help during convention weekends with keeping my bodysuit dry and free of wrinkles.
Like others mentioned it is a bit bulky, but otherwise it works well. In a nutshell its a hanger with a fan on it. seal up your wet or dry suit around it and it circulates air around it to speed up the drying process. So it did reduce the drying time. While on a trip it is not practical because of space and I can let it dry sometimes outside, but when I'm at home... works well to get it out of the bathtub hours quicker and back into the closet.
My husband uses this daily for drying his wetsuit after surfing. It works great! It doesn't necessarily dry the entire suit over night, but it keeps the air moving so his suit doesn't stink any more. He even uses the hanger without plugging it in sometimes and lets it hang out in the breeze in the shade. The hanger itself is such a great design that it holds the suit open allowing air to flow through. We've gotten them as gifts for surfer and diver friends and it's always a big hit.
It is a little stretch to get this hanger into the wet-suit since I have a top access suit. Once in though it dries the suit in much less time than normal hanging which help avoid the cold suit entries. Not so effective if you are hanging it in a humid environment but not a fault of the hanger.
Though the claims of completely dry in hours is a bit of an exaggeration, it definitely kicks butt over hang drying in the shade without this device. I conducted tests on my Xcel Drylock 4/3 and my Oneill RG8 5/4. Both are medium, and both are top entry suits. There were hung on the HangAir soaking wet after my 4am session in 36 degree air and 53 degree water. Half the days it was also raining. Both suits were hung completely in the shade in my carport driveway and the high temperature on those days never topped 54 degrees.Conclusions:1. Easy to insert the HangAir into a medium size top entry suit.2. After 3 hours the suits were rid of total water saturation. They were still completely damp, but if you were to put them on at this point you wouldn't be too unhappy, though not exactly pleased either.3. After 6-7 hours, on a rainy day in the shade, the suits were dry enough to comfortably transfer to the bathroom without causing my partner to freak out. This means zero chance of dripping at this stage. Though the suit was still damp, if you tossed it on the couch and then quickly picked it up, you probably couldn't detect any residual dampness on the cushions. If you put it on for a second session, you'd be pretty happy. Considering these were hung dry, in the shade, on very cold and wet days, I consider that "dry" for all intents and purposes. If the air is dry (no rain, low humidity), the suit get's pretty dry in 6-7 hours with only residual dampness in the wrists and ankles.4. Wetsuit stank completely gone. Like almost everyone else on the plantet, I pee in my suits - especially in the winter where the cold just makes you pee near non stop. I hadn't given my suits a good shampooing in well over three weeks (just a light rinse with a couple of gallon jugs of warm fresh water after I get out) and I surf at least once per day every single day. I was so shocked at how good my suit smelled I told my partner to smell the crotch. She couldn't detect anything and said it just smelled like a wetsuit. This is probably the most amazing feature of the HangAir. Drying a suit is easy. Getting pee smell out is tough.I didn't give it 5 stars because it really doesn't completely dry your suit as fast as they claim, but it gets it dry enough by surfer standards.
Use the to hang dry a fursuit after washing. Not only does it hold the weight well it spreads it out so the shoulders don't stretch. Dries fast and is quiet enough to run at night in a hotel room. Just with the metal hanger was a bit shorter
I really want to like this product more than I do. Don't get me wrong - it's a good, solid product that does what it says - the issues I have are that the dryer is not terribly travel friendly and it needs some sort of modification to work well with drysuits with latex seals. Some sort of chimney that would help keep a drysuit neckseal open for airflow would work well.I have used this for a couple of years now and find it excellent for keeping my suits 'fresh'.
This is my 2nd HangAir and they work great. I had my first one 4 years and typically use it Oct-May when I am using my wetsuit for surfing. I was totally bummed one day when I went to plug it in and the motor just stopped working then I came to find out you can't replace the motor...you have to buy a whole new HangAir. Oh well, I guess 4 years is pretty good.I hate getting into a wet wetsuit so this comes in very handy and for the most part will dry your wetsuit overnight. I highly recommend and haven't found a better product in the market.
We used this a number of times now and love it! Dries not only wet suits but also jackets and jump suits. Highly recommended.
I have only used this with my 3mm full length wetsuit so far, but I hung this on the shower rod and it only took a few hours before it was fully dried out and ready to use for diving again the next morning (dry and not cold or funky). The fan creates minimal noise and the 15' cord is a perfect length.
We purchased those to use with our dry suites. Yes you are not having any water after dive but there is always some moisture and we used this hangers to ensure our drysuites are dry after every dive. It takes good 15-20 hours to vent and dry ( in case you let some water inside during cleaning). Very sturdy and solid hangers. Will recommend those for any dry suite or wet suit users.
I used the HangAir to dry the condensation out of the inside of a DUI drysuit with Turbosoles. Granted the inside of the suit was only slightly damp, but after leaving it hanging overnight it was bone dry inside, even down to the feet, which usually takes a while to accomplish. The fan is far from silent, but if you put it behind a closed door it's quiet enough that it isn't disruptive. I have to be careful as to how I arrange the neck seal on the suit to keep from blocking the fan, but it's not a big deal. Overall, I'd say this is a great product, and essential if you want to keep the inside of your suit dry and mildew free without turning it inside out after a day of diving.
I ordered this hanger to use with motorcycle leathers. It's often super hot out during the summer, and a one-piece leather suit can get soaked with sweat. When I get home, I just pop the suit on this hanger and plug it in. I don't have to worry about the suit getting funky or not drying quickly and properly. Works great! The only very small quibble I have is that the edge around the frame of the hanger could be rounded/sanded/smoothed down so it's less likely to be abrasive on whatever is put on the hanger.
This item is AWESOME! Works better then I could have imagined. I have two Scuba dry suits one Trilam and one Neoprene and this device works amazing on both. I was a little afraid the fan might be too weak or not handle its job, but WOW! Couldn't be happier, unless maybe it blew out money.
This is by far the best way to dry a fursuit!! Comes with adapters to fit any type of plug, great for traveling! Worth every penny, thanks!
Fantastic product! The Hangair is well built yet so lightweight you could travel with it to keep your dive exposure suit (wetsuit or drysuit) dry after every dive. The shoulders are much wider and broader than other exposure suit hangers which means it keeps the shape of your suit, reducing stress on the seams and fabric.
I purchased this in 2010 and it is still going! I can hang my wetsuit up and the next morning it's almost dry as a bone. Some of the best money I've spent on gear!
A must need for a drysuit. I usually hang mine on this after a dive for about 3 days with the fan running. Dries out and moisture or perspiration. Keeps your dry suit investment well maintained.
Wow. I scrubbed and rinsed my drysuit. This hanger got it dry on 18 hours and that’s while hanging on a 49 degree f garage.
Works as expected. Dries the inside and out of a 5m wetsuit in a few hours, outside when temps in the 50s and 60s
Does exactly what it's supposed to. Strong, great shape, and the fan helps keep the leather from getting funky. Well worth the money, especially after you buy and break a few of the wooden suit hangers!
Steve in Monterey
Instead of repeatedly inverting my wetsuit over a couple of days until it is dry inside and out, I can just hang it overnight with the fan running and unplug it the next day. Much less trouble.
I really like putting on a warm dry wetsuit. Cold wet wetsuits on a cold day are just miserable. I can hang my suit on this dryer in the evening, and the next morning the suit will be dry or very close to it. I am very happy with this dryer.
Wow, one of the few accessories that I use everytime I go out, or more specifically when I return and put my gear away. A must have for keeping your wetsuit from smelling nasty. Now if they just added a timer so it would shut off automatically.
Great product. Drys my wetsuit over night. So much nicer putting on a dry wet suit the next day - especially when it it cold outside! The fan is pretty noisey. I put it in the garage, so as not to keep us up at night listening to it run.
the only thing I use for my clothing items that are too delicate for the dryer.
Man I love this hanger. Hang my wetsuit up with this thing after I get home from surfing, turn on the fan, and my suit is dry within 30 minutes. I wish I had not one of these years ago
I agree with the other reviews. The long cord helps to connect the fan and have the wetsuit hanging somewhere a bit far from the plug, like in the shower. And it's true, an auto-kill switch or timer would be a nice addition. The fan is on the noisy side, and it will be a little annoying at night. But if you come from a long day surfing, you'll probably be tired enough to crash and not bother.
Product functions as advertised. I am very happy with my purchase. I live in Southern California and during the winter months I have no way to dry my wetsuit for daily use since I don't have access to direct sunlight and/or a steady breeze. With this product, I take my wetsuit into my bathroom (less humidity inside), fire this bad boy up, and my 4:3 wetsuit is crispy dry in the morning ready to take on 59 degree water in early January.
I've been using this for about a month and it is underrated. If you are tired of wet wetsuits hanging in your garage, or you do multiple dives or surf trips in a day, buy this. I can't yet comment on how long it lasts, but so far, it is nice getting into a dry wet suit in the morning.
This thing works great. Fan is more powerful than expected and keeps a constant breeze through my drysuit drying it very quickly. The hanger is wide and stoutly built. I don’t see this breaking.
ordered these for my adult sons for Christmas to keep there spring suits and thermal dry as often we waterski and wakeboard in the late evenings and early mornings next day with wet gear. after receiving them ,I thought they would be way to big for their thermals. called BC Surf directly and they couldn't be nicer about returning them if they didn't work out. well I tried them and they do seem to work and boys liked them at Christmas. theyr'e very heavy duty. as a retired chicago fireman I could see how they would hold up for drying a wet firecoat.
I've used this wetsuit dryer for a few years now and it's still working great. Even gets my thick winter suits mostly dry overnight when it's cold in the garage. A must have especially if you don't want to spend the money on two of the same suit.
It doesn't look like much at first glance, but this thing really has enough power to fill the empty space inside the suit with air, and get it dried really quickly. The wide shoulder parts of the plastic help to keep the air flowing, and it has enough force that if you squeeze the chest in, it'll pop back out from the air flow. Great product, would highly recommend.
Heavy duty and well built. I'm impressed with this thing.If I had one complaint, it would be that it is definitely lacking some sort of carry handle. With a heavy item hanging on it, it is hard to move. The hook part is elongated so that it would be a nice place to hold onto, but it is too small and polished metal to get any sort of grip on.
Just used mine for the first time. I dried hung up my 4/3 Hyperflex Medium Fullsuit, and it dried overnight at just about 20hours. Welll worth the money if you're gonna be going out everyday. My wetsuits were not drying overnight on their own, and I wasn't gonna put them in the sun. I was very happy that even after just 10hrs of it being hung it was rather dry on the inside. The last 10hours was just for perfection.Highely reccoment.
william a billings
Worked great on a 5 mil full body suit it was completely dry, will be buying one for me as that one was for my sweetie , who happens to be an instructor who sometimes will get out of the water at 10 at night and might teach a class at 7 in the morning.
Makes my wetsuits last soooooo much longer.
Although the UK HangAir Drying System is advertised to dry a wet suit I use it to dry my motorcycle leathers.I hang it in the trailer and plug it in to 12 volts during lunch break at the track or overnight if it's a two day even and it does a great job of drying my racing leathers.
I bought this in hopes of being able to go out for a sunset session and have a dry suit the next morning for dawn patrol.I like to be comfortable when going in the water, so I feel relaxed, and this means I need a dry suit to step into.The water was 54 last week up in Malibu. After surfing Heavens and making it back to the camp site, I hung up my 4/3 on this hanger and immediately plugged it into this battery and power inverter. http://www.Ecross.com/Allstart-555-Battery-Starter-Inverter/dp/B008FKJH9C/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1397494123&sr=8-13&keywords=battery+jumperThe instructions say it takes anywhere from 12-24 hours to completely dry. I hung it up at 8 PM and tried it on at 7 AM the next morning. The next morning my suit was completely dry.I then gave it another test at my place, where i was able to hang it up inside and away from ocean air. It actually dried in 6 hours. I'm very happy with this product and would recommend it to friends and family.
Always keep my Whites Drysuit on one of these. Run the fan for 24 hours after each dive. Bought this one for my brother.
These hangers are awesome! They dry our 5/4 wetsuits overnight. These are a must have for any surfer!
Awesome product.dried my wetsuit completely overnight.Cord is long enough to reach any outlet.excellent product.Works great on waders also.Great buy.No regrets.
I use them in my race leathers to dry them
Dries wet and dry suits really quickly.
I use this to dry out my mascot costume after washing it. It speeds up drying a lot. I wish it had side vents to blow air down the sleeves.
Great product and a great company! Highly recommend!
Amazing product, I use to dry a fursuit and it works great.
I use this for my leather motorcycle racing suit. Can handle the weight of a leather suit and runs off the AC inverter in my car.
I bought this for my motorcycle racing leathers. It did exactly what it was supposed to. Dried my suit overnight
Works great, in use it for hanging my leather race suit. It's rated to 100 lbs, motor is not loud and moves a good amount of air. Highly recommend this
Much better than hanging in the garage and just hoping its dry overnight.Now... I KNOW its going to be dry and ready for another surf session in the morning.
Works great -- wet suits are dry within 4 hours when it's warm and within 10 hours if it's cold (~60 F). The only thing that would make this better for diving is if it was small enough to be packed into a dive bag.
Works great for hanging up and drying out wetsuits, etc.
5 star concept. works as advertised. priced right. well packaged for shipping. nicely presented by Ecross. shipped 0n time. use product 1 to 2 hrs. daily.the plug in on hanger needs to be rethought . i plan to buy more. would be willing to pay more for a commercial grade.
I hardly ever rate anything on Ecross, but this product really has made me want to let others know how well this does at drying your wetsuit. Had it over a year, and never any problems. Even while getting the cord and hanger soaked from my wetsuit in the shower, there has never been any electrical issues at all. Always a dry wetsuit after using it at night for dawn patrol the next morning. Plus since I don't let it dry outside, my Psycho II has lasted much longer than past wetsuits from sun damage and weathering. This product really does pay for itself.
It dries up my suit in 30 minutes. A bit slow, but does the job and can't do without now.
This thing dries my 8m semi-dry wetsuit amazingly fast! Without this it would take my suit days to dry due to the thickness. After using this my suit dries in just a day.
It came as planned and it works really well and i am very happy! I use it to dry the inside of my dry suit after diving.
I got one for my racetrack leather suit and I wasn't disappointed. Got the job done and fully dried it in&out in about 15min.
This thing is great. It dries out your wetsuit incredibly quickly, and appears quite durable.
Works well. Hanger is much bigger (wider from front to back) than normal hanger.
I like it, I use it to dry out my wetsuit for surfing and it works like it says it does. I was afraid it was going to stretch or rip the seams of my suit because it's pretty big, but I haven't noticed any issues. Dries in half the time for sure.
strong design holds up my 15lb road racing leathers. very long cord to plug in.
works as advertised
Dries the wetsuit very quickly.
J. R. Slowinski
Does exactly what it's supposed to. A bit loud when running but since it's moving a bunch of air and actually helps dry the wetsuit, I can't complain.I'd easily buy it again.
Protect your investment. This dryer works great. I was getting into a damp suit a week later with out it and now only 24 hrs. So your ready to go ride the next day. Keeps your suit dry and smelling good. Small price to pay to protect a 200 plus dollar suit.
A very nice product. I use it for my motorcycle 1 piece race suit. The fan power is good but can be it would be great if it was a little stronger