Our new dryer did arrive on Friday, just as we were told that it would.
Only it arrived right as the last dog of the day was being bathed. lol
This is the EZ-DRY III Forced Air Dryer.
As I said in the other post, this is not the HV dryer that I usually use.
I ordered this dryer from Davis®.
I have used their dryers before and really liked them.
They no longer make their dryers, but told us that this dryer compares to theirs.
So I decided to trust them and buy one.
I like a lot of their products.
This is a very powerful dryer.
It is more powerful than the one that we have been using.
A big selling point for me was the variable speed control.
So, we have only used this dryer for one day, Saturday.
I have to say, that so far we are very pleased.
With most of the dogs, we only had to turn the power up half way, or three quarters of the way to comfortably and quickly dry them.
(sorry that this picture is blurry)
My son had this Standard 98% dry, with the new dryer, in less than 20 minutes, straight from the tub.
She had a lot more hair on her before the cut.
I heard my son turn the dryer off and thought that something must be wrong with the dryer, because he couldn't possibly be done drying the dog already....but he was.
I was very impressed with the power of this dryer. :)
There is one thing that I am not crazy about.
The air does get warmer than I would like when the speed is three quarters to all of the way up.
We put a fan in front of the vent, and that helps to keep the motors from getting too warm.
I will be ordering another one of the dryers that we usually use as our back-up.
I must have at least two professional quality dryers in the shop, ready to use.
My Self-Serve dryers just don't cut it for a professional groomer.
Three days of drying dogs with the Self-Serve dryers was more than enough.
Oh, my daughters hand dryer died on Saturday.
That makes three dryers in one week.
Things happen in threes, right?
So that's it.
No more tools dying!
✂ Happy Grooming, MFF ✂