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Warm... to the gentlest body dry sensation

Conventional towel-drying can present all sorts of problems to people with limited mobility or sensitive skin. All too often, the elderly and disabled, in particular, have to sacrifice comfort and independence if they are to dry themselves properly after bathing or showering.

The iDry has been specifically designed to overcome these problems. Its gentle air jets dry the whole body easily without rubbing or chaffing, with perfectly balanced heat. It is particularly easy to use, and is operated by an air pressure switch mounted in the most convenient position for the user (even on the floor).

Specify iDry for independence, privacy, hygiene, comfort and affordability!

Proven Design

This British designed and manufactured unit is robust and attractively styled.

Tested to rigorous safety standards, (IEC 60335-2-23:2003 & IEC 60335-1:2010) it fits neatly into the corner of most bathing and shower areas. Its long-life motor is thermally protected.

The iDry is remarkably affordable – installed in an enclosed space, the iDry’s running costs compare favourably with the cost of laundering towels.

Idry after shower drying unit next to a shower

Technical Specifications & Dimensions

We recommend that the final electrical connection is carried out by a qualified electrician.

  • Average air outlet temperature: 70°F or 20°C (depending on ambient temperature)
  • Voltage: 220/240v (other voltages available on request)
  • Amperage: 12.8
  • Nominal Output: 2.9 kilowatts
  • Two speed on/off air control switch can be mounted at any height (or on the floor)
  • Manufactured in white ABS plastic
  • British designed and manufactured patented product
  • Tested to IEC 60335-2-23:2003 & IEC 60335-1:2010

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