I sadly don’t own the Dyson Supersonic Hairdryer but I’m putting it out there as a firm thought on the fifth day of Christmas. My hair stylist Stephen Low at Neville’s salon in Knightsbridge uses it – and as you can see I’ve always got my hands on it – this is why.
- 3 precise speed settings – Fast drying, Regular drying and Styling
- 4 precise heat settings – 100°C Fast drying and styling, 80°C Regular drying, 60°C Gentle drying, 28°C Constant cold
- Power – 1600 Watts
- Airflow – 41 litres per second
- Weight – 618g
- Dimensions – H24.5cm x W7.8cm x D9.7cm
- Negative ions – Help reduce static
It’s quiet you can hear each other speaking at a normal volume during a blow dry, it looks superb and is powerful but compact without weighing a tonne. Anything that helps to reduce static is a friend to me.
Unlike on conventional hairdryers the Dyson’s motor is in it’s handle. This may sound irrelevant but it balances the weight of the hairdryer so your arm doesn’t ache so quickly! I have to stop blowdrying to rest my arm all the time, and the hairdryer I have is pretty light so this is a great selling point for me. The motor spins quickly but is much quieter than on a traditional dryer.
Air temperature is regulated 20 times every second!!! Preventing extreme heat damage to the hair.
Cool to touch
Dyson have used ‘Heat Shield technology’ so the surfaces of the attachments don’t overheat.
The attachments that come with the Dyson Supersonic are magnetic!!! The dryer comes with a diffuser, a styling concentrator, and a smoothing nozzle! The diffuser is also great when your hair is in rollers – just hold it over the top of them.
All those plus points – the downside is it’s expensive! Available for £299.00 at John Lewis HERE with free UK delivery