« Actiontec AD-1260 AC Power Supply Customizable 16″ Waldorf Doll Kit with Organic Worsted Wool Yarn Hair » 3 thoughts on “PEET Dryer – Original 2-Shoe Electric Dryer, Black” 127 of 131 people found the following review helpful Simple and Effective, August 19, 2009 By James M. Harman (Missouri) – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: PEET Dryer – Original 2-Shoe Electric Dryer, Black (Shoes) Had this model for a year now. It comes in a couple pieces that just snap together, no tools needed. Has a very stable base, I constantly put steel toed work boots on it with no wobble. As has been stated it is a simple plug-in design, with no moving parts. I use a light timer, in the winter, to cycle it on and off depending on my shift work schedule. The bottom is open.When I don’t need the heat, just some air flow to dry my work boots out, I simply place the dryer over a floor vent. I usually have the fan of my air conditioning/heating system running anyway and this allows air to be blown through the dryer. With the dryer plugged in it draws 36 watts. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comments (2) Reply 141 of 152 people found the following review helpful Peet Original vs Maxx Dry XL, January 27, 2011 By Stephen D. Seidel – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: PEET Dryer – Original 2-Shoe Electric Dryer, Black (Shoes) There are many reviews on these two boot dryers so I will make it short. The Peet Original Dryer and the Maxx Dry XL are both excellent products. The Peet is absolutely silent, extremely efficient, rock solid stable and inexpensive. The plastic is good quality and the dryer is made in the USA. The boot points up at a greater angle than the Maxx Dry which really dries out the toe box. I think that my boots are dryer with the Peet unit, but they are on the unit for about nine hours verses three hours on the Maxx Dry. The Maxx Dry is made in China and the plastic is heavier than the plastic Peet uses. The fan does make some noise, almost like a bathroom exhaust fan. I like the fact that the Maxx Dry also dries gloves at the same time or a second pair of shoes. In my experience, the Maxx Dry is not quite as stable as the Peet Dryer and is more likely to tip over. I am in my work boots for fourteen to sixteen hours some days and nothing is better than dry boots the next morning. I use both dryers every day and would not be without them. As an added bonus, I can now keep my teenagers $100.00 running shoes from smelling and ending up in the trash before they are worn out. These dryers are very useful products in the home and very few people know about them. The first dryer that I bought years ago on sale lasted only about a month so I was surprised by the 25 year warranty on the Peet Dryer. I recommend both units, as each one has its advantages and both are well worth the purchase price. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 94 of 105 people found the following review helpful This’ll git ‘er done, November 2, 2008 By C. Ryan (Winthrop, WA United States) – This review is from: PEET Dryer – Original 2-Shoe Electric Dryer, Black (Shoes) I’ve used one of these for three years now with excellent results for hiking boots, Nordic ski boots, athletic shoes and rubber/leather pacs. Although the heat level is very modest – and therefore protects your footwear and keeps the electric bill low – it will thoroughly dry all but the very soggiest boots in a few hours. Also, it seems to eliminate any foul odors (who me?) in athletic or street shoes. Here’s a hot tip: put your already-dry winter boots on this Peet dryer before venturing out on a frigid morning and your feet will be truly toasty! I’ve seen much fancier boot dryers and I see even Peet now makes a fancier version. And this product seems a bit pricy for something so simple that has no moving parts. But I’m not tempted to get anything else because this simple model is foolproof and “gits `er done.” Highly recommended for anyone who ever gets their boots or shoes wet while exploring the surface of our beautiful planet. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.