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Review 2021 – The Mitsubishi Jet Towel Slim Hand Dryer

The Mitsubishi Jet Towel Slim is now in its 9th generation and each generation has produced improvements. Originally launched in 1993 in Japan, it was bulky and loud but each generation has got faster, quieter, sleeker, less fussy, and more energy efficient. The product is available in heated and unheated airflow versions. The heated version is available in black, white, and silver, the unheated version, only in white. Lets see how it compares. If you have your heart set on a blade ‘hands-in’ hand dryer then we believe this to... Read More

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Review 2021 – The Mitsubishi Jet Towel SMART Hand Dryer

The Mitsubishi SMART has been in the UK for some years and has become one of our most popular dryers, particularly in big projects like Oxford, Cambridge, Bath and Newcastle University. Check out our independent performance review below to consider whether its right for your facilities. One of our favourite dryers, they really do everything you want. Fast, low running costs, not too noisy and just so reliable. They are compact and modern. If you have the budget to buy quality, the Mitsubishi SMART won’t disappoint. From £345.00 + VAT... Read More

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2021 Review – Dyson Airblade 9kJ Hand Dryer

Dyson’s latest hand dryer offering is the 9Kj, as ever Dyson have come up with a design like no other seen before. The 9kj reminds us of a submarine periscope and certainly is very interesting to look at. Dyson positions it as their most energy-efficient unit ever, but is it any good? At this price, the 9kJ needs to be the ultimate dryer but we see too many downsides. Despite being the most energy efficient Dyson, there are more efficient hand dryers for much less money. There is no great... Read More

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2021 Review – Dryflow EcoSlim Hand Dryer

As the name would imply, the EcoSlim is a slim-line hand dryer specially designed for limited space and disabled washrooms. It is an older cover design with recent upgrades to the internals, including the addition of a HEPA filter. The EcoSlim is produced in Europe. The EcoSlim is available in 4 finishes, white, brushed satin, black and polished steel. We can also customise into any colour if required. Let’s see how the Ecoslim shapes up: There is a lot to like about the EcoSlim, it has the flexibility to reduce... Read More

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2021 Review – Dryflow® D-Flow Eco HEPA Hand Dryer

The D-flow hand dryer is available in black, silver, and white. It is available in several versions with added specifications and features as the price increases, this includes an upgraded brushless motor version, an ioniser version and a plumb-in version to drain the excess water directly out of the unit. The D-Flow is produced in Europe and was launched in 2012 in response to the popularity of the Dyson ab14. The review scores focus on the basic brushed motor version with HEPA filter. So how does it stack up? As... Read More

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2021 Review – Mediclinics Machflow Brushless Hand Dryer M19A

The Machflow PLUS Brushless was released into the UK market on the 5th September 2021. It builds upon the previous Machflow model by introducing a range of upgrades including a long life digital brushless motor, a plug-in easy installation system and added hygiene features such as HEPA filter and ioniser. It is also soon to be the first, hand dryer using patented industrial grade bio-plastics to lower the environmental impact created during production and incorporate re-use of quality controlled components. So how does it compare? A fantastic product with little... Read More


Review 2021 – Dryflow® Viper HEPA Hand Dryer

The Viper has been available on the UK market for 4 years now and is often positioned as an affordable alternative to the Dyson V, utilising a similar, angled dual-blade airflow technology. It is available in a brushed steel or white version. So how well does it stack up against leading brands? The Viper is a decent alternative to the Dyson V. It’s a solid bit of kit. As long as you don’t fit them in mega busy locations, it will give many years of service. Overall, it’s pretty fast... Read More

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Review 2021 – Dryflow® Turboforce® Hand Dryer

The Turboforce is one of the UK’s most popular hand dryers, it can be found up and down the country from the Tower of London, KFC, Harry Ramsdens, Natwest, Santander, Nissan, Lords Cricket Ground to the English Institute of Sport. The Turboforce is available in brushed satin, polished chrome, and white. It has been on the market for a decade now so does it retain it’s top billing in 2021? For pure performance, the Turboforce is still one of the best dryers around, great for high footfall, short burst locations... Read More


2021 Review – Dryflow® Classic PLUS II Hand Dryer

The Dryflow® Classic PLUS II hand dryer is a modern British design, encapsulating old-fashioned British values. It has an elegantly contoured exterior but the focus is on building a sustainable product that lasts  It is available in a polished chrome, black or white version as standard, with any finish available as a special request. According to the manufacturer, the Dryflow® Classic PLUS II was developed to provide a balance of longevity, performance, energy-efficiency and noise. So, does it hit the mark or does compromise make it distinctly average? We really... Read More

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Review 2021 – Dryflow® Elite Mark II Hand Dryer

The Dryflow Elite Mark II is another British-designed hand dryer developed to last the life of a commercial building. Available in White, Polished Chrome, or Brushed Satin Stainless Steel. It is positioned as an attractive, quiet, slim-line, and long-life hand dryer. We really like this dryer especially for locations designed for children or people with sensory needs. In fact, anywhere that requires a quiet yet effective dryer. It is worth noting, it is only 10cm deep so ideal for washrooms with limited space and particularly for baby change and disabled... Read More