In recent years, some manufacturers have started producing clothing dryers that offer a more convenient, more affordable way to keep your clothes dry while you’re outdoors.
The Merino Outdoor Clothing Dryer is one of those devices.
It’s designed to keep clothes dry in the rain, snow and other conditions while you wear them.
But it’s not the only one out there.
We’ve also seen a number of similar products from other companies.
We tested out a number to see which one was the best.
Here’s what we found.
Merino is the maker of the Merino outdoor clothes Dryer.
It comes in three sizes: 2.75 inches, 4.75 and 6.5 inches.
The Merino Dryer, which is marketed under the brand name of Merino, has two parts: a main dryer unit that runs on electricity and a power cord that connects the two parts.
It also has a small fan that allows the unit to run for about 20 minutes per charge.
The dryer has a timer and can be used as a stand or as a table top dryer.
A temperature gauge sits in the top of the dryer to help keep your clothing dry.
It uses the same technology that keeps your clothes in the dryers.
The company says the Merinos Dryer will keep clothing dry for three days.
That’s good enough for most people, but it’s far from ideal for most other activities.
The product can be purchased at Merino.com for $149.99, with free shipping on orders of $99 or more.
The device can also be purchased in a pack of 10 for $249.99.
The pack comes with a 12-inch version, and a 16-inch size.
The 16- inch version is also included with the Merins online store.
If you want to keep the power cord and fan plugged in, the dryER can be programmed to run at 75 percent power for up to 15 minutes.
It can be adjusted to keep it running for longer periods.
The dryER is designed to run on either 120-volt AC or 110-volt DC, and it can be connected to a wall outlet.
The temperature gauge is positioned at a fixed distance away from the device.
We had no problems with the device overheating during our testing.
It only needs to be powered up once a day, and the dry temperature gauge stays in place during that time.
It has a three-year warranty.
The company says it has sold about 2 million units, with an average retail price of $129.99 per unit.
The 12- and 16-ounce versions are currently on sale for $79.99 each.
You can also buy the Merlins online store for $159.99 or the larger 12-ounce version for $179.99 with free delivery on orders over $99.
If you’re looking to buy a Merino dryer online, you can go to Amazon.com or Walmart.com to see if there’s one near you.
If not, you might have to shop in person.
The online retailer sells both the Merkin and the Merina Dryer for around $130.
Merino has a number plans that cover most of the features of the Dryer and other outdoor dryers, but the plan we tested includes the fan.
The Fan is designed for use indoors and is a USB charger.
The fan can be plugged into the Merwin or the Merin Dryer’s wall outlet and the fan can automatically shut off once the unit reaches 80 percent charge.
You will have to manually shut off the fan when the dry cycle is over, but you can also set the Fan to auto shut off at any time by holding down the Power button on the dry ER unit.
The fan does come with a 3-year limited warranty, but that’s not necessarily the best deal.
We found that if you’re worried about the fan overheating, the DryER won’t shut off unless you actually start to wear clothing.
The DryER can’t shut itself off if the water level drops below the temperature setting on the unit.
It does, however, shut off automatically when the unit is running low on power.
We did have one instance of the fan running low while we were wearing a T-shirt and a hoodie, and that caused the fan to shut off.
It would shut off normally if the dry timer were set to turn off after 15 minutes, but not when it was just under 20 minutes.
The machine would then shut off for about a minute.
If your clothes get wet, the fan will turn off automatically, but we did not find any indication that it had an overheating issue.
When it comes to durability, the Merinas Dryer doesn’t quite live up to its claims of being “waterproof.”
The dryER lasted for about an hour and a half on our test day, but after that we were able to put on clothes and wash them off with a