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(Dyson through Ebay) Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer (Refurbished) $218

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Same price as usual when it comes to these refurbs. Dyson sold through Ebay. The hairdryer pushes out 70 MPH air flow @ 150 degrees, the runners up push out 50 @ 150. Pretty much become the boyfriend of the year for Christmas with a stupid hairdryer that speeds up the morning rush. Comes with the diffuser attachments and apparently they're magnet, which makes my wife happy.

Yeah I know, it's a hairdryer. I don't hairdry my hair, but apparently this is a big deal.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dyson-Su...4121616607
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Is there really a big reason to use this as opposed to any regular hairdryer?
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Is there really a big reason to use this as opposed to any regular hairdryer?
The main difference is time. The quicker the air flow at the correct temperature, the faster you can dry your hair. Anyone with very long hair will tell you that it saves a lot of time. The speed is 70 MPH @ 150 degrees F. The closest competition that people buy is 50 MPH @ 150 degrees F.

So basically 30% faster than other $50-$75 ceramic hairdryers. Personally I'd say it's not worth it, but I don't have long hair and don't require 30% less hairdrying time each morning.

Outside of that, it's how much air it actually moves over the other models with much more narrow openings. This is moving a lot of hot air fast. They also come with multiple attachments that are all magnetic to make taking them on and off easier.

The diffuser is probably the most used tool it offers. Other hairdryers also offer this.
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The main difference is time. The quicker the air flow at the correct temperature, the faster you can dry your hair. Anyone with very long hair will tell you that it saves a lot of time. The speed is 70 MPH @ 150 degrees F. The closest competition that people buy is 50 MPH @ 150 degrees F.

So basically 30% faster than other $50-$75 ceramic hairdryers. Personally I'd say it's not worth it, but I don't have long hair and don't require 30% less hairdrying time each morning.

Outside of that, it's how much air it actually moves over the other models with much more narrow openings. This is moving a lot of hot air fast. They also come with multiple attachments that are all magnetic to make taking them on and off easier.

The diffuser is probably the most used tool it offers. Other hairdryers also offer this.


Thanks, Was wandering if this was some sort of gimmick, this answers my question perfectly.
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