Conair 1875 Watt Tourmaline Ceramic Hair Dryer
Creative styling and easy handling Conair's comfort touch tourmaline ceramic ionic styling system promotes shiny, healthy looking hair and has a soft surface for a comfy grip.
Conair Soft Touch Tourmaline Ceramic Hair Styler
Creative styling and easy handling!
Conair's Soft Touch Tourmaline Ceramic ionic styling system promotes shiny, healthy-looking hair and has a soft surface for a comfy grip. With loads of useful features, the Soft Touch provides styling versatility and comfort at the same time.
Tourmaline Ceramic and Ion Technology give you healthy, silky results
Get up to 75% less frizz with the Soft Touch's ionic technology.* Designed with both tourmaline ceramic and ion technology, this styler allows you to achieve smooth, frizz-free hair without damage. Tourmaline ceramic heat emits natural ions for static-free hair and reduces hot spots to the hair shaft. Ionic technology helps enhance your hair's natural shine and eliminates frizz for healthy-looking, smooth results. The high-torque motor speeds air through your hair for faster drying and styling while ionic technology reduces frizz and flyaways with ease.
3 heat and 2 speed settings ensure maximum styling control
For customizable styling, the styler features three heat settings along with two speed settings. With an easy flick of the switch, any combination of these settings can be used to match your hair texture and length. For example, the low-heat, low-speed setting is ideal for delicate, fine hair of all lengths, while the high-heat, high-speed setting is best suited for thick or long hair. A cold shot button provides a blast of cold air to set hair once you've achieved your desired style.
Two Attachments Included
The Soft Touch includes two attachments--a concentrator that aids in straightening sections of hair for a sleek shine. Also included is a diffuser that provides even heat distribution for a natural, voluminous look, especially with wavy or curly hair.
* When compared to hair dryers with natural ion generation
- 1875 Watts
- High torque DC motor for fast drying
- 3 Heat/2 speed settings
- Cool shot button
- Comfortable soft rubber housing
Average Customer Review
(505 customer reviews)
Conair 225 hairdryer, March 7, 2009
K. Wright "boonie" (NC)
My old Conair died so I read all the reviews and decided on this hairdryer. Very satisfied. The weight is good, the attachments are fine, and the price was right! You don't need anything better. I really like the ability to open the cover to get to the mesh filter to clean it and the 3 heat settings and 3 blower settings. A winner!
A must have for frizzy troublesome hair!, November 8, 2008
I love this dryer. I used a similar one at Planet Hollywood in Vegas and tracked it down when I got home. I have wavy hair that always frizzes into a puff ball when I use a hairdryer. I had switched from my old dryer to the Remington Wet2Straight which I thought was the greatest invention ever, but this dryer quickly replaced it. The key is the high power motor, it gets my entire head dry in less than 10 minutes, with no frizz. A quick run through with a straightener after I'm done is all I need. Plus it's lightweight and quiet. This product saves me at least 15 minutes in the morning that I used to waste getting frustrated with my hair...try it!
Some good features, but a couple of small issues, March 6, 2012
D. M. Peden "mick624" (Los Angeles, CA United States)
So why not 5 stars? I have a couple gripes.
First, the matte effect of the dryer is produced by a plastic coating over the shiny black plastic of the dryer. After a couple months (if that), this started to flake off, and now it's a patchwork of matte/shiny. I guess it's just an aesthetic thing, but the words next to the controls (high/med/low) are gone entirely.
Second, the concentrator nozzle is not very secure. It pops off with a light bump. So while I'm drying and straightening my hair, the nozzle pops off at least one or two times. I use the concentrator every time I blow dry, so this gets annoying. The diffuser, too, doesn't stay on well. I think it's because the attachments are made so that they click in place inside the end of the dryer rather than going over the end of the dryer.
Anyway, if you never use an attachment and don't care about flaking plastic,.