DryWave Standard Electric Air Dryer for Boats

DryWave Standard Electric Air Dryer for Boats (015.1)

4.80 stars, based on 5 reviews
DryWave Air Dryer for BoatsKeep your boat dry and free from mold and mildew through the damp fall and winter seasons with a superior solution to messy chemicals that require dumping or draining. The DryWave air dryer for boats will gently warm an...
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San Juan Island WA

Awesome Tiny House Air Dryer

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  • Fairly priced
  • compact size
  • easy to use
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  • none
<p>I use my "Dry Wave Air Dryer for boat- RV " to keep my tiny house in the Pacific NW San Juan Islands perfectly dry and mold free all winter when it is closed up for the season. After 4 years the case top finally developed some cracks ( although it was still working) so to be safe I bought a new one. Was happy to find I could still buy the same unit. This is an awesome device. Best $ 80 I've ever spent to keep my tiny house dry, smelling fresh and mold free.</p>

DryWave Standard Electric Air Dryer for Boats

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Awesome product. no mold in sight. quick shipping

Gold Beach, OR

DryWave-Good product

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We have one in our RV and one in boat! We live on the coast and this air dryer is the best thing since, well, RV's and boats!


Vancouver Island & Seattle

Great little heater

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  • It works!
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  • No downsides yet.
This is my second unit. I bought the first one several months ago to help with condensation issues in the engine room of my boat. To my surprise, it cleared up all the humidity issues. I recently cleaned and pasted noted the lazarette and bought this second heater to keep that space dry as well. I'm extremely happy with their effectiveness, design and gentle warmth.

Seattle, WA

Time will tell

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I was using Dri-Z-Air crystals to absorb the moisture in my two bedrooms. My leather jackets were still getting moldy so I switched to Dry Wave Air dryer.



It's bulky at 10'x13'x4' and your are supposed to keep objects a minimum of 2' feet away from it in all directions. I have 2 small bedrooms of a 660 sq ft house. I probably should have gone with the smaller, cylinder style dry wave that covers a 100 sq ft instead of 1000 sq ft. I wasn't aware of the smaller Dry Wave Air Dryer until after the fact.



It's silent, doesn't get too hot, and would be excellent in a large space. It's beats having to drain the water and purchase/refill the Dri-Z-Air crystals.



Bonus: I could go directly to Ironwood Pacific to purchase online and avoid amaCON. I'll pay $20 more dollars if it means it goes to a small business rather than a monopoly.



Marc

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