The Jdryer drying racks were inspired by a vintage wall mounted drying rack Juliet found when she bought her 350 year old cottage. The cottage hadn't been updated since the 1950s. After carrying out research into the drying rack at Kew Records Office, which she found dated back to the 1940s, then visiting a Patent Lawyer and doing an intensive global search, she found that there was nothing like it on the market. So she embarked on re-designing it and bringing the brilliant and simple solution to drying back to life.
Juliet is very hands-on with the manufacturing, fabrication and assembly.
Made of high quality Marine Grade Aluminium with Stainless Steel fixings.
Maximum width with rods fully open - 120 cm
Length of arms from wall when outstretched - 64cm .
Short armed (see video)
Maximum width when open - 94cm
Length of arms from wall when outstretched - 48cm.
Overall height of the Classic Jdryer with rods down, from the top of the bracket to the ends of the rods - short armed 58 cm, long armed 73cm.
The standard Jdryer fixes to the wall with three screws. Dome head screws are recomended for aesthetic reasons, with wall plugs needed if in masonary, and stainless steel screws are recomended for outside use.
The Easyhook Jdryer hooks over doors, window sills or balconies.
Easyhook and short armed Jdryers weigh under 1kg.
The long armed Jdryers weigh up to 1.5kg, dependent on design.
The Jdryer is a Trademarked and Registered Design.
For any enquiries please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Winchester, England - Home of The Jdryer.
Juliet Howland is the designer of the Jdryer and owner of The Jdryer Company.