Recently we put a few "Dry Locker Hockey Bags" through the test of handling sweaty hockey equipment and here is what we found.
The drylocker hockey bag is designed to dry your equipment without ever having to remove your wet smelly equipment. It has a built in fan on one end, with air circulating into the bag and out into the side pockets. There are no batteries, the fan has a plug with an adapter. It boasts lots of room, and remains fairly light.
Let's clear this right off the start, the drylocker hockey bag will successfully dry your hockey gear. There are certain reasonable limitations that could hinder its' ability to dry, including very tightly packing your gear or packing your equipment to close to the fan. There is a little manual of how to place or organize your hockey equipment properly in the bag, but common sense should prevail.
The bag is designed to have excess room to allow the air flow. As soon as the bag is plugged in, it quickly inflates and air starts to circulate. This design also makes the bag a bit bulkier and floppier, yet notably light as the bag uses a featherweight computer fan.
The bags we tested didn't have wheels, but they are available and that is what many people with kids will definitely choose.
Simply plug in the drylocker, and allow it to easily dry your equipment in two to three hours at room temperature. Times may vary depending on temperature of the surroundings. Bottom line it works, you come home from hockey, plug in the bag, and get dry equipment, no removing gear or airing out needed!
In a world where technology is all about saving seconds, why not save a few minutes and just plug in.
Simply click on the link to get to DryLocker's Website if you're interested in getting your own DryLocker Hockey bag.