Cyclone Drying Systems is the ONLY drying system that provides BOTH high volume of air AND high volume of heat. Other solutions typically provide one or the other – there are solutions with heat but lack any air capacity or, conversely, solutions with air flow but no serious heat capacity. Cyclone, on the other hand, is engineered to provide the perfect combination of massive airflow along with gear drying warmth. As a result, the Cyclone product line delivers unparalleled drying performance in terms of dry times and managing wet gear and equipment.
This unique and superior Cyclone design covers the complete product line – from the two pair locker dryer to the full scale commercial grade forty-eight pair units for the most demanding environments. That is why customers rave about the product from residential homes, to fire departments, to Collegiate Athletics, to NFL Football Teams.
With the newly designed 4 Pair V2, Cyclone offers major benefits over the previous model. Namely, more drying in a more compact unit. The overall weight, height and width has been reduced by up to 35% over the previous model, thus, allowing the unit to fit conveniently into more locations.
The new design is a high end appliance which can be proudly installed alongside other upper end appliances in custom and vacation homes such as ski and water front homes. Likewise, this unit will standout and fits perfectly into utility rooms, garages, and shops.
Eight drying arms safely deliver enough warm air to dry 4 pairs of boots, 4 pairs of gloves or 8 helmets. Use the convenient apparel adapter extensions (sold separately) to dry jackets, pants and other types of apparel with ease. Plugs directly into common 110 Volt wall socket.
Best of all, the unit mounts in minutes with a simple wall mount bracket so you will be enjoying the warm benefits of Cyclone immediately.
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Posted by Jason S. on 5th Dec 2012
The unit itself is very sturdy and comes with a mounting bracket to wall mount the unit. We just placed ours by the front door. We live in the snowy pacific northwest and our kids get as much time as possible in the snow. Now when they come in they neatly pace all of their wet gear on the Cyclone and press the timer button and ask for hot cocoa.
By the time the kids are ready to go back out their gear is already warm and dry.
I have custom molded snowboard boots and the unit does not get hot enough to alter the integrity of the mold but more than enough heat and circulation to dry them super fast.
Excellent product and it's even made in the USA!
Posted by B. Platt on 5th Dec 2012
We just finished building our family's ski cabin to serve as a base for our young children's race aspirations. Previously, we were using a cheap plastic boot dryer (which had broken and been replaced at least twice) and we knew that it was time to find the right product for boot, glove, and equipment drying.
We had seen one of the Cyclone boot dryers at a charity auction, where Heater Craft had generously donated one of the smaller dryers to support kid's ski racing, and wanted to investigate further. We were pleasantly surprised to see that Heater Craft made larger, wall-mount boot dryers. We ended up choosing the 8-pair dryer (for our family of four).
My first thought -- probably yours too -- is that this is an investment. However, my personal view after spending a weekend with equipment on the dryer three days is that the investment is absolutely worth it, and this is a truly exceptional product.
Installation was relatively simple. The dryer comes with a wall bracket and then hangs from the wall. Boots and gloves dry quickly and -- most importantly for our custom molded boots -- the air is warm, but not too hot (i.e., it's not going to re-mold your insoles or boots).
On the whole, I absolutely recommend the 8-pair dryer. Truly exceptional product, quick shipping, and nice people.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Oct 2012
We love our cyclone heater. Not only does it dry boots rapidly, but it's a family favorite for warming boots and coats on those bitter winter mornings. We have ours in the entryway, and a favorite trick is to warm guests coats before they depart. They all enjoy the pleasant surprise.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Jun 2012
As a avid ski racing family, we have had our ski home for 15 years and can't believe we didn't have a Cyclone Drying System sooner. It is an awesome product and we enjoy the added feature for neatly storing all of our boots -- our gear is no longer all over the floor. Mounted on the wall inside our ski home, it proudly presents as a high-end appliance, which it is. It completes any ski condo or home. We use it for gloves as well. I even warm my socks on it before I put them on.
I love coming in for lunch, taking off my boots and putting them on the dryer while I eat. When I slip them on, they buckle up easily and are warm, dry and comfortable. My feet are no longer cold because they start out warm. Just 5 minutes with the dryer makes a huge difference.
Nice job Heater Craft
Posted by Don Walde on 1st Jun 2012
With all of our family’s boots and gloves it used to be an all night drying process preparing for our next day of skiing. Also, our gear was scattered all over the ski cabin. With our Cyclone Dryer it has become an easy and quick process to dry our equipment. Additionally, we now have a central, organized unit for our wet items – no more clutter! Not only does the Cyclone Dryer get the entire family’s gear dry in under 60 minutes but we especially enjoy “warming up” our boots and gloves right before we hit the slopes – there is nothing better than putting on warm, dry gloves and boots to prepare for a great day… This was an amazing "must have" addition to our ski cabin!
Schweitzer Mountain Resort
Posted by Aaron R. on 18th May 2012
We have had ours in the mud room for 4 years, and it's still going strong