Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Dyson hair dryer review

The Dyson Supersonic hair dryer has a unique look.

Dyson's first ever hair dryer comes packaged like a MacBook in a smooth white box. It smells like a new phone, all fresh plastic and peel-away film to protect its matte patina.

"Hello. And welcome to your new hair dryer," a note says.
It doesn't look like any other dryer. For one thing there's a big hole down the middle.
Dyson founder James Dyson unveils the Supersonic dryer to Japanese media earlier this year.
Dyson founder James Dyson unveils the Supersonic dryer to Japanese media earlier this year. Photo: Supplied
And it looks kind of like a giant electrified fruit loop on a stick, or a mallet made by aliens.
It sports the kind of buttons found on modern stereos.
Three styling attachments – a "smoothing nozzle", a "styling concentrator" and a diffuser – all snap on magnetically. Cute.
Dyson hails the Supersonic as a major ergonomic improvement.
Dyson hails the Supersonic as a major ergonomic improvement. Photo: Isak Tiner / The New York Times
Dyson talks up the dryer's relative quietness. I still found the "digital motor" quite loud, but higher pitched than the lowish whir of a regular dryer.
Think of a Dyson "Airblade" hand dryer compared with an old bulky one.
Inside, a microprocessor monitors temperatures 20 times a second to "help prevent extreme heat damage", while negative ions reduce static, Dyson says.


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