Reviewed by jodzeee from Champlin, MN on Saturday, March 19, 2011
These work perfectly to dry wet ski boots overnight and give you a cozy warm boot to slip on when you head out for the day. They draw very little power, are completely silent, and are safe to leave unattended. Just don't expect them to dry wet boots quickly, give them time and they'll work great. Th...
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Reviewed by SMBD from St Joseph, MI on Friday, February 15, 2013
I read the reviews on this and decided that it appeared there were good ones and bad ones out there. We decided to roll the dice since the price was so cheap. Well we got a bad set. They were so hot that they melted themselves.
Reviewed by Busybrain from Minnesota on Tuesday, February 5, 2013
This is a nice product - not as bulky or limited as many boot driers that stand up - we have placed these inside of wet mittens and other garments and they work very well for a variety of things. Besides, they are compact and easy to pack along for trips to the cabin, to skate, to ski, to snowmobile, etc. I bought another after getting the first one and highly recommend!
Reviewed by VT Ski Goose from Essex, Vermont on Monday, January 28, 2013
I used these one time. I put them in my damp ski boots to dry them for the next day and left for about 6 hours (an appropriate amt of time according to the instructions). When I took them out of the boots, the plastic on the dryers was melted/warped and they were pretty hot to the touch-- luckily my boots were OK. That could have been a bad disaster!
The product I received was defective and it got too hot. This could have been very dangerous! If you buy these, do so at your own risk, and do not leave it unattended.