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Old 12-03-2012, 10:50 AM   #51 (permalink)
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I decided not to buy the Edemco Economy Dryer on stand. Sounds very loud and I don't care for loud noises, and also since mine are in shorter coats I am just going to find a dryer maid like Marjy posted pics of and use with my current pet blow dryer, and see if that works. I am ordered the square table with arm in purple. Thanks for all your great posts.
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As far as dryer maid, I want to find one that attaches to a surface or table. I read that this dryer stand may not be very sturdy, that the kind that attaches to table is better.
You want a Groomer's Third Arm, then. They clip on the table, but can be a bit of a pain to hold a regular hair dryer.

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I have the CC dryer and love ithttp://www.chrissystems.com/pet-grooming-show-dog-and-cat-dryers.aspx
Thank you Cathy!! I will check it out.
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I would want the rectangle one, Violet and Hardy aren't small, and I need all the room! I know mine will freak with the dryer, if it!s loud, but since I can hold them with two hands, I'm hoping they'll get used to it. Laurel and now Dewey take forever to dry with the hand held dryer. I don't mind baths and drying them, it's just the tine that it takes. And it seems like there aren't enough hours in a day as it is. Especially around this time if year!
Deb--I'm with you, don't want to hold a dryer. I read lots of posts and maybe having a good table and putting the dryer in a (13.00) stand might be all I need since we don't have long coats. Will try this before I order the $250 dryer.
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Old 12-03-2012, 11:55 AM   #54 (permalink)
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You want a Groomer's Third Arm, then. They clip on the table, but can be a bit of a pain to hold a regular hair dryer.

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Marj-that's what I thought when I saw this one on petedge. so I didn't order it. I am going to just order the stand one as I now want it for myself anyway. if it isn't sturdy enough for my pet dryer then try and find a better stand or clamp on type. I read in the old thread that this stand can tip over?? Didnt it work well when you used it for lady?

Sorry---I guess I should said I'm still looking for a better clamp on or dryer maid but this one might be fine. I'm gonna shut up now and order it.
Hope I didn't confuse you.
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Old 12-05-2012, 05:34 PM   #55 (permalink)
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one is 44.00 and other is 75.00, this is the cheaper one, but is it same as yours before I order it? I read some reviews that said it overheats in US, and made popping sounds. Huuum, I wonder if they had the wrong adapter.
Panasonic KURUKURU Low-Noise Dryer PINK EH-KA15-P(Japan Import): Amazon.com: Kitchen & Dining
Kandis, sorry to respond so late! I thought I had already typed a response! I double checked and mine is the the EH-KA 14P model which is the same voltage and hertz as in the US (110v and 60hz). This model is the one I got in Taiwan and I think it's also sold in Korea. Upon further research, the japanese models are only 100v and could cause issues if used in the US without one of those travel voltage converter. I am guessing that the people who posted about popping noises did not use a voltage converter. I'll try to see if I can find the exact one I got since it doesn't need any converters. The voltage converters are easy to buy- I think we got a few from target before we traveled. I'll keep you posted if I come across one online or in person!


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I use my ironing board. . works like a charm and i didn't have to put extra stuff in mah house.
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