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Tumble Towel Dryer

(For you - not your towels)
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I like showers but find the drying off bit rather tedious - especially during cold weather. This invention is a largish, horizontal cylinder (with no internal fins) filled with dozens of fluffy towels. Just before commencing a shower or bath, the user presses a button on the TTD which gets it rotating and warming the towels just like a conventional tumble dryer.

When the shower is finished, the user then climbs into the TTD amongst the now toasty warm towels and lays down parallel to the cylinder. The TTD then begins to SLOWLY rotate - causing the user to be soothingly rolled over and over amongst the warmed, fluffy towels and becoming dry within minutes. Minimal effort, maximal comfort.

AusCan531, Nov 07 2014


       This would work … if, that is, your bathroom is sufficiently large to contain a piece of equipment the size of an iron lung …   

       On balance, the "whole body warm air blast dryer" sounds a better bet.
8th of 7, Nov 07 2014

       Maybe we should propose configurations with the same affect that take up less space. I can come up with a few.
pashute, Nov 07 2014

       You have the added thrill of being just a small design glitch away from death by asphyxiation. [+]
pertinax, Nov 07 2014

       None of my inventions have small design glitches [pertinax]. Go big or go home is my motto.
AusCan531, Nov 07 2014

       Kind of like a car wash...now that I think of it, I'd rather have 10 handsome men with warm towels drying me off!
xandram, Nov 07 2014


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