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K9 II VARIABLE SPEED DOG DRYER
The K9 II Variable Speed dog dryer adjusts to dry from 0 to 240 CFM for the ultimate in pet drying versatility.
The long awaited K9 II Variable Speed dryer has finally arrived, all the power and heat you expect from a K9 II with the added benefit of variable speed. Now you can slow the dryer down to a whisper quite breeze.
- Variable speed switch – high velocity to blow water out; low velocity for detail work or delicate coat.
- Includes 10′ hose, filter, and both flat and round tips.
- Available in two paint colors: blue and purple metallic.
- 1 Year Warranty
The Difference between the K9 II and K9 III Blower Dryers
Both dryers utilize the same motors. The single tube K9 II produces a slightly higher discharge temperature due to the confined space of the single tube. The K9 III produces a slightly higher airflow rate at a marginally lower discharge temperature due to increased intake area. The major difference is the ease of maintenance. The motor brushes on the K 9 III can be changed by simply removing the end caps on the dryer. The K 9 II requires disconnecting a number of wires and removing the power cord, outlet, switches and one motor from the tube.