Nitori handles a large number of home appliances as well as furniture and interior goods. The other day, I discovered that a "nail dryer" was sold for 462 yen (excluding tax).
Self-nail that tends to leave scratches and marks if you move with care, as if it is dry. I tried how comfortable it would be with one coin.
Nitori Nail Dryer
Power supply: 3 AAA alkaline batteries (sold separately)
Size: Width 119 x Depth 112 x Height 71 mm
Weight: 131g (4.62oz)
A simple battery-powered nail dryer. A finger with nail polish is inserted into the opening and dried with the air that blows out.
The point is that the underside of the opening is used as a power switch. It starts when the lower surface is strongly pressed with the pad of the finger. The LED light turns on and the wind blows from the inside. Speak your finger to turn it off.
Since the outlet is on the side of the opening, it seems that the wind will hit directly and the effect will be stronger if you raise your nails slightly rather than putting your fingers flat. The driving noise is not so noisy, but when used in a quiet office, it can be seen as a glance.
The essential drying power is ... Wind power is not so strong. It dries faster than doing nothing, but it's a delicate time saving. Also, due to the structure, the thumb must be dried separately.
However, I would like to evaluate the fact that accidents are less likely to occur compared to drying techniques that use things such as hair dryers and running water. It's quite important that you only have to insert your finger in a simple movement.
I want to shorten the drying time as much as possible! I think you can try the self-nail group. It's just one coin.