Metro Air Force Blaster Car & Motorcycle Dryer Customer Reviews
68 Customer Reviews
Fight water spots and drip lines on your chrome and paint with a motorcycle/auto dryer worthy of your ride. The Metro Air Force Blaster Car & Motorcycle Dryer is the perfect weapon to add to your detailing arsenal.
With the flip of the switch, the Metro Air Force Blaster Motorcycle Dryer unleashes up to 29,250 ft. per minute to chase water right off your paint, metal and chrome. There’s no heating element, so there’s no potential for damage. The punchy 4 HP motor and two-stage fan blasts moisture away without the need of heat. Your baby will be perfectly dry in no time – giving you more time to ride.
Best yet, your Metro Air Force Blaster Car Dryer is built to last. All steel construction, heavy-duty attachments and an E/Z change foam filter make the Blaster a dryer you can rely on. And, the 12 ft. cord, 10 ft. commercial-grade hose and slight 8lb. weight give you plenty of portability and range. 1-year warranty.
68 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Palmer B (Roanoke, VA) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Corvette — Jun 25, 2013 4:34 AM
Works just like advertised. It makes drying of my Corvette quick and easy. It used to take about 20 to 30 minutes to completely dry my car. I can now finish in about 5 or 6 minutes. Great for wheels and tires. One of the best purchases I have made! Highly recommend this to any car enthusiast! Thanks to Metro for a great product.
Reviewed by Scott S (PARK FALLS, WI) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-350 — Jun 10, 2013 12:04 PM
This is the first product I have seen that is better than advertised. This is the best unit I have ever seen. Cut drying time by 80% and does a better job than by hand. Can also use it for many other things beside just drying off your vehicle.
Reviewed by Nick H (FORT WORTH, TX) — Jan 12, 2013 7:20 AM
Works OK but is not powerful enough to significantly reduce drying times. Turns drops into a mist that leave spots on the finish that must be removed with a QD. You're better off using the sheeting method and spending the money on quality microfibers.
Reviewed by Tom H (Corning, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-150 — Jan 04, 2013 12:56 AM
this unit packs a punch for its size. The hose is stiff but is workable it dosen't dry my reg cab 8'bed with a usa truck cover on it completly but instead of having 5 soak and wet terry towels I have only one that is semi wet. I just go behind it with a towel. and this is winter in northern calif. one draw back is it will tip over with the stiff hose and I had to mount a thin plate on the bottom useing the rubber feet between it. so no 5 stars for that.
Reviewed by edward s (Norwalk, CA) Reviewed for a 2009 Scion tC — Sep 25, 2012 10:27 PM
If you're tired of water spots and having to wipe your car dry then you NEED to buy this! I'm able to wash & dry my car so much faster now! And it is immaculate when I'm done! No water spots at all. Tip: Start at the top of the car and blow all the water downwards for the best results. Buy this now and stop wasting time drying your car with towels!
Reviewed by Charlotte B (Redmond, WA) — Sep 10, 2012 4:49 PM
Over all the blaster itself works great, but there is a problem in the design. If you sit this blaster down to use it, it flips over when you move the hose. They need some kind of swivel on the hose by the motor
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Asked by Anonymous
Jun 27, 2012 7:24 AM
I just recieved the blaster today and have a question. The paperwork that came with it talks about two toggle switches for max power and being able to choose either fan or both.I only see one switch.Am I missing something or is it for a different model? Thanks,anyone.