Sensaphonics has announced the availability of the Dry & Store Zephyr, an electronic desiccant system that actually deodorizes while it dries earphones, according to the company.
The Zephyr combines heat, moving air, and a desiccant (drying agent) to extract moisture and body oils while drying earwax for removal.
The Dry & Store Zephyr uses warm dry air, a flow of air around the earphones, and a desiccant, the Dry-Brik II. The warming allows moisture to be extracted, with airflow to carry it to the desiccant, preventing it from re-condensing back in the earphones.
To use the Dry & Store Zephyr, you place the earphones in the drying compartment, snap the lid shut, and turn the unit on. After the eight-hour drying cycle, the IEMs are totally dry and ready for use, Sensaphonics says. AC power is required. Each Dry-Brick II desiccant is good for a minimum of two months of service, after which a fresh, foil-wrapped replacement is required.
Pricing & Availability:
The Dry & Store Zephyr is now available from Sensaphonics for just $75. Three-packs of replacement Dry-Brick II desiccant cost $10. Both are now shipping and available directly from Sensaphonics.
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