High Velocity Dryers

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Does anyone know where online I could go to purchase a quality High Velocity dryer?

I am not looking for the $400 models. I purchased one for $50.00 that worked really well until it didn't. lol

I doubt that I can find that price again, as it was over four years ago, but maybe something quality for under 100?
 

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the only dryers I like are the K9s and they are at minimum 400. Maybe call around some grooming salons and ask if they will sell you a gently used one so they can upgrade, or check craigslist, oftentimes groomers who are burnt out or quitting will list their gear there
 

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I've had just the basic two speed Metro dryer for years. It has kept up with two Chows and now a Standard Poodle puppy with a lot of hair quite well.
 

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Sizzle had a Metro Air Force Quick Draw dryer that I borrowed for a show and I sort of fell in love with it. Small and compact, but still PLENTY powerful - more than enough for Logan. I will likely be getting one the next time I buy a dryer. They run around $100.

I have a B-Air myself. It's huge, clunky, and it doesn't work. It only lasted 14 months >.< I definitely on't recommend them.
 
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http://www.ryanspet.com/search.aspx?criteria=B-Air Bear Power Dryer

I have last year's model of the b-air. Frankly, I love it. Its light weight but has enough kick to it to get the job done. I truly doubt you're going to find anything under $100, unless you're willing to go used - then e-bay is awesome. I got my stand drier from e-bay for 1/3 the normal cost and there is NOTHING wrong with it... Still smelled new when I bought it.
 

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