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    Can I get some experienced reviews on the B-Air Pro II HV dryer?

    It seems to be the best thing that I can get that can plug into a 15A at home, and I'm on the fence about getting some electrical pulled at home to dry my creatures to bring home a K9. I'm used to using Master Blasters and K9 II/III, and obviously I'm not expecting to get the same result, although the B-Air is showing as listed at 8 HP like the others, and the only 15A dryer that I can see that has it. Will I be able to effectively straighten 6-inches of hair at home with it? Does the element heat up a bit? I'm not finding many reviews on it, and statistically it looks "OK."

    https://www.renspets.com/115781-bear...-ll-lime-green

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    I have this dryer. I have used a K9 II in the past as well as Hanvey's (apparently no longer made) 8 hp Bullet 2 dryer and an old Circuiteer II, and I find this dryer to be every bit as adequate. It does get quite warm. As a matter of fact, the hose can get pretty hot. I am extremely pleased with this dryer, though. I have had it only about a month, so I can't speak to its longevity. But powerful and warm, yes.

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    • #3
      Moo, I sent you a PM.

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      • #4
        I'm pretty sure I have this one too, but I swear mine says it pulls 19 amps on high.

        Maybe that's why they discontinued my particular one and revamped it? http://www.frankroweandson.com/b-air...s-ii-9479.html

        It absolutely compares to the K9II and FAR outperforms hubs' K9III

        Love the variable speed too.

        BTW it's not that big of a deal to fix your electrical. If your box has room, and the wiring is adequate an electrician can just swap out your circuit breaker.

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