Rocket Sport Equipment Dryer - UV

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Rocket Sport Equipment Dryer - UV

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The Rocket Sport Dryer – UV is a portable, easy way to dry your gear and kill bacteria. The dryer heats air to 165 degrees F for approximately 45 minutes. This dries your gear much more efficiently than laying it out in your garage, dumping it in the basement or leaving it in your car!. During a portion of the drying time, an ultraviolet light helps kill bacteria while you wait.

The rack will support 30lbs of gear, which should house most of your dryable gear in one load. The high-quality aluminum provides a solid base for hanging your gear, making this bag more durable than ever!

Download the user manual here

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Is it safe to put goalie chestie in it to dry?

Asked by: Betty 01
Yes, you can put a goalie chest protector inside to dry.
Answered by: MattM
Date published: 2018-11-30

Do the UV bulbs need replacing? If yes, how often, are they easy to find, and are they easy to change?

Asked by: raidermom
It would depend on the usage of course. You can find replacements at your local hardware store.
Answered by: PatM
Date published: 2017-10-08

Is it coming from Canada? Or will I have to pay shipping and dye and exchange?

Asked by: Babzie
All of our products are shipped from the U.S.
Answered by: Kyle N
Date published: 2017-09-17

Wondering where is the UV light on the dryer? I have looked all over it and cannot see any UV bulb anywhere?? I have the uv model and non uv model and I'm wondering what I paid extra for? 

Asked by: Toolinsanity
The UV blue light is mounted around the heater. The 'Blue' wavelength of light is used in hospitals to kill bacteria in surgical suites. You will also find it in home air cleaners to kill bacteria and viruses
Answered by: B662
Date published: 2017-05-24
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