Metro Air Force Blaster Car & Motorcycle Dryer Customer Reviews
72 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.
72 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Steve W (Asheville, NC) Reviewed for a 2014 Mazda 3 — Feb 12, 2014 1:07 PM
I got the blaster for my 2014 Mazda3s Touring 5 door, Mica Black paint. This is my first black car, and I wanted to minimize the scratches. I normally use a squeegee to dry my cars, but I knew on that black paint it would be a bad idea. The blaster moves air well enough, but it is LOUD!!! I have to use ear plugs. Also, the "base feet" are useless. They are way to closely spaced to keep the machine on an even keel. I am going to fabricate a bigger baseplate on rollers soon. The hose is kinda stiff too and will flip the machine on it's side easily. Carrying the unit is an idea, but the hose is too long and I am nervous about banging my car with the unit. Maybe a backpack type mount with the hose shortened. The power cord is nice and long so I could walk around the car easily. The unit is great for blowing the water out of the cracks but has a tendency to dry too quickly, leaving water spots. Again, this is a black car. I am sure this thing would be awesome on a motorcycle. ( I sold mine, so I can't say.) If I didn't have a black car, I wouldn't get this unit. Just wash and use a squeegee to dry.
Reviewed by EDWARD H (Ulster Park, NY) Reviewed for a 1999 Chevy Corvette — Dec 28, 2013 6:35 PM
I tried this dryer for the first time today on my black 1999 Corvette. It was only 45 degrees outside but it still delivered warm air, and it has pretty good blast of air. This unit dries the car pretty good, you still may have to use a towel to get the car completely dry without leaving some water spots.
Reviewed by larry w (BRIDGE CITY, TX) — Dec 19, 2013 7:37 AM
Used a friends Blaster for my Harley and it is awesome , never touched the bike with a towel and no streaks. Will also use it for vehicles around the door handles, mirrors, etc where water hides. Worth the money if you are a Harley owner or just like a great detail job on your vehicles.
Reviewed by John P (BROOMFIELD, CO) — Sep 06, 2013 3:29 AM
I'm a fanatic about keeping my cars and motorcycle clean. I've used another brand dryer for years and thought it was the the best. Two weeks before I was putting my bike in a show, my other dryer quit. Panic. I had seen the adds for Metro Air Force in American Iron magazine and decided to check it out. I orderd it and used it right away. Awesome! Much more power than my other one and the heated air made it even faster. Excellent product.
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.