The invention is a Wall-Mounted Body Blow Dryer that features numerous round ports that can be adjusted to direct jets of warm air over a persons body.
CUMBERLAND, MD Inventor Russell L. Duckworth announces his patent pending invention known as the Wall-Mounted Body Blow Dryer.
Inventor Duckworth developed this clever innovation, which features numerous round ports that can be adjusted to direct jets of warm air over a persons body. The ports are interconnected by interior ductwork that leads to a resistance heater with an electric blower. The apparatus can be wired to standard household 110VAC or be cord connected to a grounded outlet and is controlled by a temperature and fan speed controlling system. To use, a person would stand in front of the dryer and slowly turn, allowing the multiple heated forced air streams to dry their body in a similar fashion as the forced warm air hand dryers. The use of the Wall-Mounted Body Blow Dryer allows one to easily dry after a bath or shower in a manner that saves time, feels good and is more sanitary.