I love it, even if it cost an arm and a leg
I have the most unmanageable hair on earth, i dye it regularly because I started going grey at only 19 years of age so you can imagine how damaged my hair is, it’s also thick and slightly wavy, meanwhile I LOVE the sleek smooth look of straight hair and used to spend hours with blow drying, straightening and various hair serums, all this time and money spent was what convinced me to try the dyson after reading such good reviews.
Even still, I was skeptical that it would be at all helpful for hair as terrible as mine. I have so many fly aways ...because my hair breaks so easily so even after all my previous efforts, I’d often end up with millions of those short broken hairs popping up all over half way through the day, but not anymore. This blow dryer has almost become all I need, occasionally I’ll have a particularly bad hair day and need to utilise a few extra tools but this baby does the job 95% of the time and I am so relieved to finally find something that actually helps.
Purchased in April 2021 for $799.00.
An expensive mistake. Do not purchase
Had this hair dryer for 2 years. Paid close to $500. Just after the 2 year warranty period ended the hair dryer started to fail. I did some investigation and found that this is a very common event. Sent the hair dryer back to Dyson. They said there was a blocked filter and want charge me $75 to fix it. Given that I had regularly cleaned the filter (every week) and the numerous reports of the same thing happening to others I call crap. Seems very clear that there is a design issue with this product as it frequently has the same issue. Dyson just...don't want to admit this and think that it is OK to sell a $500 product that lasts only 2 years. It's apparent that Dyson have denied my rights under Australian Consumer law. A $500 hair dryer should last more than 2 years and as such the company should repair, replace or refund without charge as the product is not fit for purpose or of a reasonable quality. My advice is to save your money and avoid this product completely. Yes, it does look great and it does do a better job than a regular hair dryer. But if it will break after 2 years, why bother.
Purchased in April 2019 at Bing Lee for $499.00.
Don’t waste your hard earned money
I had heard such good things about Dyson but this product is a huge disappointment. I find even the lowest heat setting intolerable if using the dryer for more than a couple of minutes at a time and my hair - which was in fantastic condition and so soft prior to buying this piece of junk - feels like straw after using it for just over a month. If someone from Dyson reads this please don’t tell me to look at the tutorials as I already have. Seriously I’m in my 50’s and have never come across a hair dryer this bad - I’ll be going back to a Vidal Sassoon dryer. Even a $15 dryer fro Kmart would be better. I was thinking of getting a Dyson vacuum as well but this experience has put me off Dyson for life.
Purchased in July 2021 for $549.00.
The Dyson hairdryer is the answer to fine hair as it gives wonderful body and helps prevent broken ends as the temperature can be adjusted so easily. The only negative to this piece of machinery is the on and off switch which is a bit dodgy and waiting for it to breakdown completely
Purchased in December 2020.
Great hairdryer but doesn't last!
Hubby got this for me when it was relatively new in the market back in 2016 as a Xmas gift. He paid $650 no case or gift just the hairdryer and attachments. 4yrs and 7mths later it's caput. Started with the motor making a high pitch whizzing sound whilst in use and then just died. I pulled it out from power point direct on wall and plugged back in. Nothing. The lights lit up but not working. Left it a day and tried again and it was dead. Called Dyson and was sent a return postage to send back the hairdryer for fixing. The cost to fix is from $8...5 to $399 I was told by the rep. They have a current offer of 20% off new one RRP $549 so roughly $439 but was told only till end of July 2021. I like that it's free shipping for repairs and it works well when it works. But, super disappointed that it doesn't last long for the price you pay even with keeping it well like cleaning filters often and keeping it in vanity cupboard. I've had appliances same price last over 10yrs. Even my old trusted hair dryer I use for travel is still alive and it was $60. My old hair straightener good old Cloud 9 was purchased for $300+ is still going 12yrs later. So for this product, for its price point I was/would expect more. A limited 20% discount for a new one is not that appealing too. Maybe time to shop around for a new brand hairdryer. Dyson better start making quality hair products else they'll just lose customers. Update 30.07.21 I received a brand new Dyson Supersonic hairdryer which I was not expecting! I also was not charged any fees. Because of this I bumped them from original 3 star to 4. That's pretty good customer service.
Purchased in December 2016 for $650.00.
Really impressive hairdryer
I was given this hairdryer as a gift at Christmas, and whilst i originally felt like it was all marketing spin, the Dyson hairdryer has converted me. Apart from it's beautiful design, it has a lot of flexibility in settings and i've found its far more gentle on my hair compared to my traditional style hairdryer. Im a convert!
Purchased in December 2020.
Great until it breaks
I’ve had this hairdryer for about 2 years. It was great until it broke one month out of warranty. Serious concerns about its durability, given the cost of the unit. It is also going to cost $150 to repair the cord. It has been being “repaired” for over two weeks. Loan units are not offered and no communication from Dyson. Essentially a great hair dryer until it breaks.
Purchased in April 2019.
Not bad for straight hair.
After only using cheap hairdryers that would burn and pull my hair into the filter this was a nice change.
I’ve now owned my hair dryer for 2 years with no issues.
Given I have long hair being able to flip my hair upside down and move the hairdryer into the middle of my hair to dry quicker has helped.
I find my hair not to be as brittle or dry after using this.
Haven’t really needed to use a lot of the attachments give my hair being dead straight.
Given I also now own the Dyson Airwrap as of a week ago I would have been happy with just this product given it also has a hairdryer attachment instead of also owning the hairdryer.
Purchased in May 2019 for $549.00.
I’ve had two dyson hairdryers in 3 years I’m a hairdresser they are not functional for salon use , they cut out while drying a clients hair it’s quite embarrassing for $500 dryer
Every time you email dyson response is good but it’s the same thing have you cleaned filter send to us , being a hairdresser and having to send dryer away is an inconvenience, feel like paying $500 you shouldn’t need a back up dryer , I’m so dissatisfied
Purchased in May 2020 for $500.00.
DON'T BUY - NOT BUILT TO LAST
I had used a Parlux dryer for over 12 years with no issue, and when it was damaged when moving house and needed replacing, I decided to spoil myself by buying the Dyson Supersonic after I was awarded a promotion at work. I noticed after less than 12 months of use it was overheating and would cut off CONSTANTLY. I have a short bob hairstyle, and it would take me 40 minutes to dry my hair with all the stopping and starting. I cleaned the filter using a soft dry cloth and a clean unused toothbrush - just as shown on the website, and did this consi...stently since I owned it, however the machine would still overheat. I booked it in to be fixed before the warranty expired, however it was just as the pandemic hit unfortunately, and with the lockdown period at the onset of the pandemic, due to my poor immunity, lack of car and reliance on public transport, I was not able to take it in to the post office to be serviced. I also lost my job during the pandemic, which has been really difficult financially and even more difficult to cope with emotionally. Obviously my focus had to be elsewhere (literally surviving). I'm now working again (albeit earning A LOT less and just getting by), and had a need for the hairdryer again. I contacted customer support who have advised that as the coverage has lapsed in the couple of months prior, I'll have to pay for the repairs. It's a bit of a slap in the face after the dealing with the pandemic to be honest, and also since the issue was raised while it was in warranty. I couldn't predict the pandemic, so didn't know there would be obstacles in the way of sending it in before the warranty expired. It's also a massive slap in the face to have to pay for repairs for such an expensive product, which Dyson advertised and spoke about in media interviews as a 'long lasting' quality product. Clearly it isn't. I've just been told that I have to fork out $75 to have the filter replaced because it was severely blocked. If it was still blocked after all the cleaning I did (following their instructions), then it's an indication that the product is NOT as well designed as they state it is on their website and in all the marketing material. I'm concerned that even with the part being replaced, due to this apparent poor design, I'll have to pay $75 or more on a semi regular basis to keep this machine running. Even with the warranty on the repairs, to have to send it in, and not have a dryer during that time - even if they covered the cost of another repair, I still have to be inconvenienced. It seems ridiculous to me to have to pay $75 to keep a $549 hairdryer running, when a $200 parlux hairdryer (and all the cheaper ones I owned before that) that did an equally good job, had no ongoing costs and lasts for at least 10 years (which incidentally is what a Dyson engineer stated in a media article that was the expected life of the supersonic without the need for repair/replacement). Bottom line - DON'T waste your money like I did. Money does not always buy quality. You will have to keep being inconvenienced and may even have to continue paying for the privilege of using this incredibly expensive hairdryer. I do not recommend this product at all. I am extremely disappointed in this product and the ongoing cost associated with using it.
Purchased in November 2019.
Worst hairdryer ever
Don't waste your money. It leaves your hair feeling and looking like straw. Lots of hair damage. So disappointed with this product. My Halo and Feather Jet are far superior and half the price.
Crappiest Hairdryer ever
I am SO DISAPPOINTED. I love Dyson products and own many of them. I frequently blow wave my hair using a Parlux Hairdryer. I was told by a number of people that the Dyson was better. My husband purchased the Supersonic from David Jones. I proceeded to use the Hairdryer and immediately knew it was going to be crap because it simply is not powerful enough to generate enough heat to blowave hair. The end result is limp, frizzy hair.
I am so extremely disappointed that we have spent $549 on a hairdryer that is unusable. To add insult to injury, D...yson offer a 45 day money back guarantee but is not covered if purchased from a retailer like David Jones. I don't understand this and don't understand why there are so many five star reviews for such an inferior product.
Purchased in October 2020 at David Jones Online Store for $549.00.
Big Let Down
I received this as a gift. I was so pleased with it and used it for about a month until I noticed my my hair was getting a lot of breakage and was quite frizzy. My hair was in great condition before this. I have had to return to my old hair dryer. After researching the product I found it was a common issue. At the price, that was paid, $550, I would expect my hair to be in much better condition. I contacted Dyson who said they would service it, not sure how this will help. I sent them my details so as they could arrange for the return of the product and have not heard a thing back from them.
Purchased in September 2020 at Harvey Norman for $550.00.
Excellent Product let down by flimsy 3 pin plug
I really like my new Dyson Hair Dryer, best have ever had but for such an expensive Dryer why do you fit such a flimsy 3 pin plug that bends easily with a simple knock.
Its pretty good
Its nice and light so you dont get a sore hand or arm while blowdrying, it is a bit expensive though for what it is. The magnetic nozzle is alot easier to handle , i dont have a stand for it though it would be good if they sold the stands separately so I could buy one for my bathroom. I bought mine 3 years ago and its still going well
Purchased in December 2017 at Shaver Shop for $699.00.
Questions & Answers
What if electricity goes out when in use dyson air wrap?
Will it be broken or damaged?
Electricity usually goes out in my country so I can’t help worrying about this
Will the US version not work in Portugal since voltage is not the same? Could I use a converter?
Can I plug my Dyson blow dryer into it extension cord?
Dyson recommend plugging your machine directly into a wall outlet and can't make any recommendations around using extension cords, double adapters or powerboards.
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At $549, the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer is one of the most expensive hair dryers on the market, but its ease of use and build quality are among the features that have made it a hair care fan favourite.
- 4 heat settings, ranging from the lowest 28°C cold setting to the highest 100°C heat setting
- Choose between 3 speed settings, depending on how much time you have available to dry your hair
- Long 2.8m cord length for greater mobility
- Includes a range of magnetic styling attachments, such as a diffuser, gentle air attachment and smoothing nozzle
What reviewers liked about the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer:
- Despite the exorbitant price, reviewers didn’t regret their purchase and thought that this hair dryer was worth the money that they spent
- The Dyson hair dryer worked fast, with many reviewers claiming that their hair dried within minutes of use
- A recurring point of praise was the lightweight build of the hair dryer. It didn’t hurt to hold the hair dryer up while drying and styling hair, and it was easy to pack away to take on holidays.
|Included Accessories||Concentrator, Diffuser / Volumiser, Gentle Air Attachment and Smoothing Nozzle|
|Number of Heat Settings||4|
|Number of Speed Settings||3|
|Attachments||Styling Concentrator, Diffuser, Gentle Air Attachment, Smoothing Nozzle|
|Cord Length||2.8 m|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)|
|Colour / Finish||Iron/Fuchsia, Black/Purple, Black/Nickel, Blue Gold|
- MPN: 306013-01, 306016-01, 316471-01, 318194-01, 323208-01, 323718-01, 333258-01 and 386820-01
- GTIN13: 5025155025529
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