Another 'place the hands in' a hand drier - far superior than conventional air blowers

Why are conventional hand driers still being made? (A rhetoric question really). Remember my Dyson Airblade review. I found another hand drier of the same kind. These are so much superior to the convenient ones. They dry hands faster and there is no need to press a button to start them (although even some conventional ones have sensors).

Visit the Veltia's web site for more information on this one.


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