Dyson decided to reinvent the hair dryer because no new innovations were made within the last 60 years to this product. The Airblade technology was born by using the digital motor with an air knife. The
The air knife project wasn’t working going to well but found another purpose when an engineers hand got wet. The air knife was used to dry their hands and a new product idea came up.
Thea beautiful Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer will go on sale in September for whopping $400 dollars. This is priced accordingly with its existing product lines.
The company is well known for its extensive research and development team. The press release claims that over 100 patents pending and 600 prototypes were made.
The project lasted 4 years and cost $71 million dollars. The end result, Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer.
Yes, the hair dryer is really supersonic.
This is because it is powered by a microprocessor and Dyson’s V9 digital motor. Combined with the air multiplier technology, it allows the high-velocity jet of air exits the amplified, tripling airflow and produces up to 110,000 revolutions per minute. The unit has 13 blades that are 27mm wide.
This is because it is powered by a microprocessor and Dyson’s V9 digital motor. Combined with the air multiplier technology, it allows the high-velocity jet of air exits the amplified, tripling airflow and produces up to 110,000 revolutions per minute.
The unit has 13 blades that are 27mm wide. All of this combined allows itself to be classified as ultrasonic.
It all started when they saw a problem to the hair dryer. Like previously mentioned, it hasn’t changed much in 60 years. This is because the body of the hair dryer is bigger to accommodate the motor. After finding a way to “shrink” or make the motor smaller, testing began.
After finding a way to “shrink” or make the motor smaller, testing began. Dyson invested 38 million Euros (43.8 million USD) invested into hair research and a total of 1,010 miles of natural hair tresses were used.
This resulted in new test methods, since test methods didn’t go far enough, and created a global shortage of hair tress.
Oops! Dyson ended up buying $80,000 worth of hair tresses along the process.
After lab tests were done, professional four-time winner of Britain’s Hairdresser, Akin Konizi, was called in as a consultant. Prototype after prototype was made trying to perfect the hair dryer and took 50 months and 103 engineers to complete.
The unit comes with free shipping and a two-year warranty. Dyson is also promising a 30-day money back guarantee, just in case you don’t like it.
It is going to be available to purchase at Sephora in the United States in September 2016. Order yours and get it shipped to a ReShip location to save tax and be the first to own beautiful hairdryer/technology.