Dyson Supersonic Is the World’s Smartest Hair Dryer

If you use hair dryer regularly you know how difficult it is to manage such a gadget that is bulky, loud and sometimes blasts your scalp and hair with high temperature and ends up damaging your hair. It’s high time that you rethink your hair dryer as Sir James Dyson did. The British company Dyson, mostly known for its vacuum cleaners and air multipliers fans had invested £50m in the development of such a dryer your hair actually needs

Mr. Dyson just announced the company’s first beauty product, Dyson Supersonic, which is a remarkable breath of hot air in the face of a traditional hair dryer. The dryer uses the same multiplier technology found in company’s fans and produces a high-pressure and high-velocity jet of air. It’s perfectly engineered for the balance on your hand, is quiet and wisely controls the temperature to prevent damage to your hair.

“Hair dryers can be heavy, inefficient and make a racket,” Sir James said. “By looking at them further we realised that they can also cause extreme heat damage to hair. I challenged Dyson engineers to really understand the science of hair and develop our version of a hair dryer, which we think solves these problems.”

Unlike most of the dryers, Dyson Supersonic’s motor is engineered to be powerful but small enough to be placed in the handle rather than in the head of the machine. To save your hair from heat damage, there is a thermostat that measures the air temperature 20 times a second to keep the temperature consistent. It also comes with a built-in ionizer that successfully cuts down on static electricity.


There are varieties of attachments that are magnetic and squeeze the hot air between layers of cool air. Its smoothing nozzle dries your hair humbly, using wide, smooth air.

The price of this product is £299, which is pretty high. But, most of the women today spend a lot of money on beautification, so it won’t be a waste of money if you have a dryer that won’t damage your hair. The Supersonic dryer is going to launch in the US this September exclusively at Sephora.

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