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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    can't imagine the newer version any different then the current blower (iirc, power is still going to be the same), other than adding a strap and firmer hose attachment. i haven't really had any problems with the nozzle like some, i twist it on and make sure not to hold it where it's straining on the handle/nozzle itself. i think it's worth the money and it's even cheaper when there are sales going on...

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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    The metro master blaster is 10 times better; I've had both. I sold the DP dryer pretty quickly after I bought it.
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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    Shop around online for hand held blower. You can find a good one for $25-$30. If you have a good coat of wax on your vehicle it should take about 5 minutes to dry.

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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by umana2482 View Post
    Shop around online for hand held blower. You can find a good one for $25-$30. If you have a good coat of wax on your vehicle it should take about 5 minutes to dry.
    Agreed. The McKee's dryer doesn't have the "balls" for the price it's selling for.
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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    Is the current version for sale the updated version that Nick was mentioning would come out or is it just a rebrand of the older DP version?
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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    I bought the McKee's 37 Turbo Dryer within the last two months.
    As far as I'm concerned, the main advantage of any dryer is to keep drying "towels" off of the paint.
    In that regard, this product works just fine once you have a well prepped surface.
    It probably takes a little more time than a more powerful product but at the price point, I'm pleased with the purchase.
    It works really well on tires, wheels, outside mirrors and any other crevice on your vehicle.

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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    Agreed. The McKee's dryer doesn't have the "balls" for the price it's selling for.
    Ouch. This is the first time someone has ever, to my knowledge, complained about a lack of power with this unit for "the price it's selling for."

    That's like saying a C5 Z06 is slow just because a brand new C7 Z06 is faster.

    An updated Turbo Car Dryer will be available this month. Will it be more powerful? No, because it doesn't need to be. Will it address some of the suggestions made by our customers? Abso-friggin'-lutely!

    Stay tuned.

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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    Master Blaster has way more balls.
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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    Master Blaster has way more balls.
    In your opinion, how does the Master Blaster Sidekick compare to this DP blower?

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    Re: McKee's 37 Turbo Car Dryer - Anyone Using This Blower, If So Do You Like It??? Looking For Suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldorado2k View Post
    In your opinion, how does the Master Blaster Sidekick compare to this DP blower?
    Never tried that, so I can't tell ya.
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