Peet Shoe Dryer Boot Dryer - Go! Portable Dryer

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Peet Shoe Dryer Boot Dryer - Go! Portable Dryer
  • Uses UV light radiation to eliminate contaminates like bacteria, viruses and fungi that cause odor and deteriorate footwear
  • Is ideal for all types of materials including leather, PVC, rubber, neoprene, canvas, synthetics, cloth, fleece, felt, micro and all modern fabrics
  • Assures safe, completely silent operation
  • Extends the life of footwear and gear
  • Includes adapters for both household and vehicle use
  • Comes with a convenient PEET Pouch for travel
  • 25 year warranty
  • Item # 12420
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This one works!

My latest trip in the rain made this dryer a perfect helper. I used the Peet dryer at the hotel and my boots were dry and ready to go the next morning - unlike my friends who had to wear wet boots or stay up with the hotel dryer. They are compact and very effective!

Mark Hager - June 4, 2009

(Kirksville, MO)

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Boot Dryer

Good this is the only one with a UV light. Takes a long time for the shoe to dry but works great. The whole family is using it. Its nice to know that all germs are killed and shoe is refreshed. You do get a pair (was not sure when I bought it you got 1 or 2)

C.McKee - May 8, 2009

(Moriches, NY)

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Peet Shoe/boot Dryer

Just returned from a motorcycle trip to Oklahoma from New Jersey. Unfortunately the group I was in ran into some terrible rain. I mean 6 hrs at a time for 3 days. On the positive side, at the end of the day I put the dryers into my boots and the next morning my riding boots were toasty/dry. Only thing I wish they were a little smaller/compact as far as luggage on the bike.

David W. Keller - June 16, 2008

(Maywood, NJ)