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BLO AIR-S Hand Held Car Dryer


We Say

BLO Car Dryers are the latest generation of car & bike dryers to hit the market, aggressively priced but brilliant quality. The BLO AIR-S is the compact, hand-held car dryer in their range and it really packs a punch. It boasts a powerful motor, a long power lead, warm filtered air, ergonomic design and much more!

Key Features

Peak Airflow Rate21,800 CFM/FPM(converted Value)
Power Rating1200w(stated input value)
Warranty1 Year(Return to base)


The BLO AIR-S is a hand-held car dryer designed to tackle areas it's bigger brothers the AIR-GT and AIR-RS can't easily get to. Perfect for wheels, engine bays, door shuts and more! However don't let it's size fool you, it would be capable of drying a whole car too, just not quite as efficiently as it's bigger brothers. It features a generous 5M power cable, 3 different nozzles and an ergonomic design for maximum comfort. The straight design maximises the airflow and efficiency of the powerful 1200w / 1.5 HP motor and it delivers filtered warm air to make the drying process safer and quicker.


More Information
AC-Powered Yes
Cable Length 5m
Peak Airflow Rate 21,800 CFM/FPM
Plug Type UK 3-pin
Power Rating 1200 W
Voltage 230 V
Warranty 1 year return to base.

How To Use

The BLO Car Dryer is a mains-powered dryer and thus subject to a number of health and safety risks that should be fully understood from the outset; please read the supplied instructions carefully. After washing and rinsing your car, use the BLO Car Dryer to blow residual water off of the panels, starting from the top and working down, and paying particular attention to panel gaps and crevices around trims and vents. Try to work as quickly as possible, as you don't want any of the lower panels drying off naturally before you get to them. We find that keeping a PB Luxury Drying Towel to hand for localised pat drying here and there is also very helpful, as you will inevitably re-wet some panels a bit as you blast water out of panel gaps and crevices lower down the car.