Before I go any further, I have to tell you my finger has hovered over this post for a few days deciding whether or not to delete this as I don’t want to offend anyone. I finally decided to trust you won’t be offended, please know my son was in the U.S. Army, and I have nothing but respect for those who have served. Nothing I say here should be taken as my being critical of their efforts to create a career for themselves now in the civilian world, I am simply questioning the use of this product by those who don’t need it as it relates to the environmental challenges we are all facing.
My daughter-in-law introduced me to Pinterest, great place to get ideas, worst time waster I think I’ve ever found for me. I happened to spot something that has me shaking my head. When it comes to wasted energy this has to take the cake, not to mention I need a place to spend all my extra money.
First let me say that the company that installs this is 100% owned and operated by U.S. Military Veterans and from that perspective I not only applaud their ability to create their own jobs in a down economy but to have a product which could benefit so many who are now physically challenged from combat injuries.
Having said that, it is marketed in a completely different way. I unfortunately see more sales of this item to people who want the latest and best item to come out on the market to show off. Read on and tell me what you think.
The future has arrived….Do you know what this is? It’s a professionally installed body drier. Now in the comfort of your nice warm shower you can have a machine that at a push of a button will blow hot air evenly over your body to dry you off.
Don’t worry about washing towels, or stepping out of the shower and getting cold while you dry off. Oh and what about where to hang that damp towel after you dry off. No problem, you no longer need a towel.
No I’m not making this up. You can pick your very own design to match your bathroom here. Of course you have to contact the company for a price quote, it’s not listed anywhere on the page, must be pretty expensive. When you click on the frequently asked questions, you are greeted by a page that tells you due to proprietary information you need to contact the company to learn more. So no where can I learn how much electrical usage, cost or any thing else from the website to share with you.
Of course I should be ashamed of talking sarcastically as I’m sure there are many people who can now feel a sense of independence from this product, but who do you think are going to be this company’s biggest clients, the disabled or the wealthy physically able?