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- Extended life professional AC motor
- 2000 Watts of power
- 6 Speed/Heat Settings
- Removable filter
- Instant cold shot
- Light weight - 14 oz
The Jilbere Candy Apple Red Professional Dryer will heat up your hairstyle with 2000 watts of power! It is the first dual port ionic dryer with ceramic technology. Do not let the compact design and candy apple red finish fool you, this hair dryer combines high heat and increased air pressure in a refined design that’s perfectly balanced for optimum styling performance. Ceramic Ionic Technology creates negative ions to dry hair while eliminating static and frizz.
2000 powerful watts pump out far infrared heat to close the hair’s cuticle, and quickly drying the hair from the inside out, reducing styling time and heat damage. Made with commercial grade porcelain ceramic that outperforms standard ceramic with improved heat distribution and increased ion production. A Twin Turbo Split Switch continuously delivers a 30% burst of hot or cold air and Unsurpassed power to weight ratio make it one of the most compact and powerful dryer.
Other features include 6 Speed/Heat Settings provide 8 speed and heat combinations, soft touch rubberized housing, and concentrator nozzle.
To prolong the life of the dryer, clean hinged rear filter weekly.
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Awesome Dryer I was looking for a néw dryer to replace my T3 Featherweight. The goal was to find a similar dryer with a cool setting instead of the cool shot button. The T3 buttons are positioned similarly, but far worse when it comes to hitting them by accident . This dryer exceeded my expectations. I love that it's powerful, quiet and lightweight. Another reviewer said they thought it was too hot and I've found that to be true on the Turbo setting, but with that off it's a very comfortable warm. Overall I'm very pleased with this purchase and will never look back on the T3. August 1, 2014
Love it, but the buttons get in the way The handle is very short so there isn't a lot of handle to "hold", and the buttons/switches are fairly sensitive (easy to push up/down, etc.). So while I'm drying my hair, I'm constantly turning off the dryer, turning it up/down, cool/heat, etc. It gets the job done, and works well enough... it just wasn't ergonomically created very well.... and gets frustrating! March 3, 2014
Disappointed I've owned this hair dryer for a while now, I got it as a gift with a matching straight iron. (Both were red). But, anymore the red color on the hair dryer has become sticky and has started coming off on my hand and clothes when I use the dryer. It was one of the best dryers I've owned. Dried my naturally curly hair great, but the paint coming off is a disappointment considering the price. June 9, 2013
disappointed I just tried it for the first time a few minutes ago and I'm disappointed. I've always bought basic Conair or Revlon type blowdryers for around $20, but after doing some research decided I'd spend a little more money to get a better quality product and one that would be healthier for my hair. I DO love the fact that I can leave this dryer on cold... it actually has a cold setting vs. just a cold-shot button that has to be held down. Also, I'm happy with the weight and the noise level. I HATE that it basically has two temperature settings.... 'burn my scalp' and cold. It would be really nice if there was an in-between. Even on low speed the hot is too hot, so I constantly have to keep adjusting between hot and cold to try and get something that resembles a normal temperature. It MAY have dried my hair a little faster, but I'm not really sure. Someone else said the attachment kept falling off... maybe it does after awhile, but trying it out, I had to work hard to get the attachement back off, so I don't see how it could fall off. I didn't notice any red coming off on my hands, as another reviewer had posted. I'll probably be taking this one back to find something better, so I don't think I'll wait to find out if it happens over time. For over $50, I really expected a better dryer! May 16, 2013
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