Mitsubishi Jet Towel Dryer

Mitsubishi Jet Towel Dryer, provided by Keren David. She said: "These futuristic sleek white dryers seemed strangely out of place in the stable-door style toilets of the National Trust property at Stourhead, Wiltshire. Sticking your hands in the blue light was amazing - a powerful jet of warm air dried them almost immediately. No other hand dryer I've experienced has come near to their speed and efficiency. And the National Trust has a huge poster explaining how to use them, with a helpful diagram, which shows it has low expectations of its visitors' IQ."


  1. Does it fly and come with stewardesses, 'cause it looks like it should!



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  2. Actually the Mitsubishi Jet Towel was the first of the New Generation Hand Dryers. This 'hands-in' hand dryer predates the Dyson Airblade by about 10 years. Dyson didnt copy it, obviously, but it spawned a lot of similar units. The unheated version uses much less power than the Dyson (about a third at 560W) and has much of similar drying time. A very environmentally friendly hand dryer. probably why it is located at the national trust property.