Gear: Dry Guy: Gear Tree, Forced Air Drying System--Dries Turnouts in 3 Hours


Dry Guy: Gear Tree, Forced Air Drying System--Dries Turnouts in 3 Hours

Dry Guy
Category: Turnout & Duty Gear
Subcategory: Coats / Pants
Price: 229.95
Average Rating:
(8 Votes)

A fast, simple, effective solution to problems with wet gear. The DRYGUYâ„¢ Gear Tree can dry your firefighting boots, pants, coats, gloves, and helmet all at the same time. The ultra powerful, high volume, whisper quiet, rotary blower provides a blast of heated or non-heated air through vents in all areas of the racking, to efficiently dry all your turnout gear in only 2-3 hours.

Member Reviews

  • Housefire_max30
    reyman2610, Sun, 27 Jan 2008 07:01:07 UTC.
    1st review

    If you had room for it and not selfish to others ha

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    cityfireman32, Wed, 17 Sep 2008 21:39:08 UTC.

    ya it would be nice to have. it really could have been used during the wildfires
    around the clock shifts with wet gear is not cool

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    Firefighter0219, Sun, 21 Sep 2008 12:55:58 UTC.

    its a cool thing, it would cut down of the number of firefighters getting steam burns from wet gear

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    Edgar_22, Thu, 02 Oct 2008 18:33:11 UTC.

    It protects fellow Firefighters

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    gfd2722005, Sat, 24 Jan 2009 10:11:41 UTC.

    Never used one, but I'm sure they work just fine. I perfer a hose dryer instead.

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    jay1011, Fri, 27 Feb 2009 13:29:49 UTC.

    protective gear/ less burn ratio

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    fireponies, Thu, 05 Mar 2009 22:01:12 UTC.

    You get what you pay for, just added on to the station and checked out different makes, desided to try one. It does not dry gear completely in 2 to 3 hours it takes about 2 cycles of 2 to 3 hours but it's better than nothing.

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    Williams091479, Sun, 20 Sep 2009 01:46:35 UTC.

    We got some of these for free with a turnout gear washer we ordered. I can understand why they were free, we would be horribly upset if we'd paid money for this system. 2 or 3 cycles are required to dry gear completely. Find something else if you're looking to dry your gear.

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