Metro Air Force Blaster Sidekick Car & Motorcycle Dryer Customer Reviews
25 Customer Reviews
Grab portable drying power for your auto or bike with the Metro Air Force Blaster Sidekick Car & Motorcycle Dryer. Weighing in at just over 3 lbs. yet packing the power to move 18,000 ft. of air per minute, it’ll cut your detailing time without throwing out your shoulder.
It’s built to last, too. The Metro Air Force Blaster Sidekick Motorcycle Dryer boasts all-steel construction, a heavy-duty power cord, durable neoprene nozzle attachments and more. Plus, the 1.3 HP motor and single-stage fan keep air moving fast without a paint-wrecking heating element.
Blast drops out of the corners of your chrome engine parts. Chase water out of body panel gaps. Cut your detailing time and boost your riding time. Any way you put it to work, your Metro Air Force Blaster Sidekick Car Dryer is covered by a 1-year warranty.
25 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Chuck S (Broadalbin, NY) — Feb 17, 2013 2:10 AM
We haven't used it yet but will once winter is over. The blower appears extremely well built and I am anticipating a long lived machine, not like a cheaper unit that we previously used which lasted only 3 months.
Reviewed by Marty G (Melbourne, FL) — Sep 11, 2012 5:32 PM
after speaking to a friend whom also bought a blaster, he informed me that the brushes inside wear out quickly and i'm hoping this is not the case. he has told me that he recieved a set of brushes with his original purchase. thank you
Reviewed by Bill P (Tarpon Springs, FL) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-150 — Apr 23, 2012 10:19 AM
A friend of mine that owns 2 bikes has this product to clean his bkies and I liked what it did and how easy it was to use. I do not own a bike right now but will be using my new Air Force Blaster to clean and dry my 2002 Ford F150 Harley Davidson truck that has 25,000 miles on it and is garage kept. I may also use it in cleaning other vehicles and my boat!
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Asked by Anonymous
Sep 12, 2013 4:57 AM
2003 Mercury Marauder
I don't see what the voltage is or if it is cordless. Does this item have to be plugged in to 110v or 12v?
Answered by Nathan S. — Sep 13, 2013 7:48 AM
Hi Tommy, It plugs into your 110V socket.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Oliver K.
May 19, 2012 3:10 PM
2012 Audi A6
I currently use an electric leaf blower to blow dry the grill, wheels and panel gaps of my car, and it works quite well, except it is not designed for this task. I would be willing to buy a dedicated blower, but not if it is not powerful. Does this pack some blowing power?
Answered by Michael K. — May 22, 2012 3:35 PM
Hi Oliver, this certainly packs some power. The Metro Air Force Blaster pushes about 18,000 ft. of air per minute, the average home garden electric leaf blower pushes less than 500.flag Accept Answer