- The Metro Air Force Blaster Car & Motorcycle Dryer blows your bike or auto dry in a flash
- Sturdy all-steel construction
- Powerful 4 HP motor
- Moves up to 29,250 ft. of air per minute
- Two-stage dual fan
- 10 ft. long x 1 1/2” diameter commercial-grade hose
- Includes a heavy-duty neoprene blower nozzle
- 12 ft. heavy-duty cord
- Weighs just 8 lbs.
- E/Z change foam filter
- Your Metro Air Force Blaster Motorcycle & Car Dryer carries a 1-year warranty
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.
Metro Air Force Blaster Car & Motorcycle Dryer Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Mark I (MOUND, MN) — Jan 13, 2015 8:57 AM
This unit is well built and gets the job done effectively. I would like to see a method for storage of the electrical cord and air hose. Its hard to find a great spot for it in the garage due to everything hanging loosely. Works better than a leaf blower though...
Reviewed by Terry F (Kingsport, TN) Reviewed for a 2015 Mazda CX-5 — Dec 30, 2014 10:52 AM
After using the "Blaster" for drying an automobile, I would recomend a larger more powerful model for a car. The "Blaster" does fine for the exterior mirrors, wheels, grille work, door handles and light assemblies. The larger areas need a stronger output (the Master Blaster) to really do a better job.
Reviewed by Tracy H (PARKER, SD) Reviewed for a 1999 GMC Suburban — Oct 18, 2014 6:55 AM
Works great the only issue is it likes to tip over from the torqe of the 4 HP motor
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