Andrew Barton Hair Dryer with Diffuser   -  £17.99 @ Argos (free C&C) - 3 Years Guarantee
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Andrew Barton Hair Dryer with Diffuser - £17.99 @ Argos (free C&C) - 3 Years Guarantee

£17.99£19.9910%Argos Deals
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Posted 28th JulEdited by:"ZanyAngel"
£79.97 at Amazon. Lowest price at Argos. Original price £39.99
This Andrew Barton salon inspired 2100W AC hairdryer has powerful airflow for ultra-fast drying on even the thickest hair. With ionic conditioning technology for high shine, frizz free results. Includes a gentle airflow diffuser to enhance natural curls.

Penetrating airflow ensures a super fast blow dry with sleek, shiny, healthy looking results.


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This dryer delivers the performance of a professional dryer with ionic conditioning for salon perfect results.

  • Model number: 5568abbu.
  • 2100 watts.
  • Lightweight and compact design.
  • 2 speed and 3 temperature settings, including a cool shot to set your style.
  • Variable temperature - adapts to your specific hair needs for ultimate control.
  • Weight 0.54kg.
  • Concentrator nozzle for controlled styling.
  • Diffuser attachment included - adds volume and defines curls and waves.
  • Ionic conditioning locks in moisture to keep hair healthy and frizz-free.
  • 3 metre cord.
  • Professional long life AC motor.
  • Removable filter for easy cleaning.
General information:

  • Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 3030053855683.


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Has anyone got this and can tell me if its any good?
Any cheaper ones on sale? I am just a guy looking to dry his hair after the shower, takes way too long for my hair to dry since it's long

Also I don't want a pink one
I never understood why Hair dryers are marketed to women only when men have hair that needs drying too
Edited by: "Norseg" 28th Jul
lEoNaDec28/07/2019 20:29

Amazon is actually £45.48.


Slightly different model, no diffuser .. Plus £27.49 dearer

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shah0078628/07/2019 16:44

Has anyone got this and can tell me if its any good?



.. reviews read very well @shah00786
Edited by: "ZanyAngel" 28th Jul
ZanyAngel28/07/2019 21:25

.. reviews read very well @shah00786


Thanks that 13.99 you just posted above i saw that debating out of the two which one to buy my wife the black one does look better and both have good reviews! Reserved both but need to decide which one lol
SWMBO has one of these, hasn't sung it's praises but equally hasn't said it's crap, replaced a long service Remington.

I don't have any hair but I use it for DIY for hearing up adhesives on projects, seems decent to me.
shah0078628/07/2019 22:23

Thanks that 13.99 you just posted above i saw that debating out of the two …Thanks that 13.99 you just posted above i saw that debating out of the two which one to buy my wife the black one does look better and both have good reviews! Reserved both but need to decide which one lol


ooh, decisions decisions .... both have their merits Hope your wife has a lovely Birthday
SWMBO .. ??
shah0078628/07/2019 16:44

Has anyone got this and can tell me if its any good?


Hi, this dryer has an AC motor and ionic conditioning. AC dryers are what the professional salons use. Anything with a AC motor is pretty good from what i have read but i am no expert on this. I have a nicky clarke ac dryer and its brilliant so could be decent.
Edited by: "MAASI_G" 29th Jul
ZanyAngel29/07/2019 01:07

ooh, decisions decisions .... both have their merits Hope your …ooh, decisions decisions .... both have their merits Hope your wife has a lovely Birthday


Thank you i went for the black 13:99 one it’s lighter weight and more powerful!! Will see what the mrs says lol
ZanyAngel29/07/2019 01:07

ooh, decisions decisions .... both have their merits Hope your …ooh, decisions decisions .... both have their merits Hope your wife has a lovely Birthday


You do like your hairdryer deals Zany!
lol
Thanks the girlfriend is looking for one and I believe this might be one of thay posh ones so might last a bit longer than her clairol!
3 years guarantee thats pretty good for a high watt device that a woman might use.

Is this a re-badged Babyliss 2100 Salon Light? Looks identical other than the colour, as do the specifications.
ZanyAngel29/07/2019 01:09

SWMBO .. ??


Finally googled it...

SWMBO (plural SWMBOs) (humorous) Initialism of she who must be obeyed: one's wife or female partner....
TheHun602/08/2019 14:51

Is this a re-badged Babyliss 2100 Salon Light? Looks identical other than …Is this a re-badged Babyliss 2100 Salon Light? Looks identical other than the colour, as do the specifications.


.. not sure...
A DIMBO, JIMBO, HIMBO, NIMBO, MIMBO, WIMBO, BIMBO and I have even heard of the famous TIMBO but now a SWMBO....well I never!


I bet you have to google a few of those!
lol
Edited by: "omendata" 2nd Aug
TheHun602/08/2019 14:51

Is this a re-badged Babyliss 2100 Salon Light? Looks identical other than …Is this a re-badged Babyliss 2100 Salon Light? Looks identical other than the colour, as do the specifications.


As I suspected, I can confirm 100% this is a re-badged model and is indeed based on the aforementioned Babyliss 2100 Salon Light.

On the bottom of the box for the Andrew Barton hairdryer it says Conair Group of which Babyliss is one several brand names under the Conair umbrella.

There's just 4 differences between the two models.

1 This comes with a 3 year warranty. It's 5 years for the Babyliss version.

2. This is metallic pink, whereas the Babyliss version is metallic red.

3. This comes with a diffuser, the Babyliss version doesn't.

4. The cheapest high street price for this model is £17.99 from Argos. The cheapest Babyliss version on the high street is £24.99 from Robert Dyas.
Now reduced to £14.99. Buy it. It's an absolute steal at that price.
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