Dyson Supersonic £299.99 at boots, over £59 worth of points with Boots Advantage Card
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Dyson Supersonic £299.99 at boots, over £59 worth of points with Boots Advantage Card

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Found 11th Sep 2017
Been toying with the idea of getting one for a while now, bought this yesterday and with over £59 of points it's probably the cheapest if you're planning on any Christmas shopping at Boots
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Edited by: "AJ92" 11th Sep 2017
Crikey - £300 for a hair drier!

£59 in points seems like a winner though.
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P.S this ends tonight online, the deal is 20 points per £1 spent as opposed to the usual 4 points!

Worth it if you've been considering buying it for a while, and plan to spend some money at Boots in the future (a good way to get a free bottle of perfume/cosmetics at xmas etc)(lipstick)
I've been totally convinced by the worthwhile stretch to Dyson vacuums.

But...

This seems unbelievable for a hairdryer. Totally heated though for those who have that sort of dough lying around!
Genuine question.
So many hair dryers from £15 to £300 often claiming to dry your hair in a better/different way to the rest. Surely there are limitations to how differently they can perform? Variables would obviously include speed/power heat/temp and nozzle type...what does this and other high priced hair dryers do so much better...and how?
Edited by: "gallopingbanker" 11th Sep 2017
Lot of money but the justificaion I got was "it's as much as your Xbox was and I will use it everyday" also I'm told its very good cuts 10mins off drying hair and does leave it feeling silky soft.
Pricey but excellent dryer. Lightweight and time saving, just read the reviews.
I won this hairdryer in a work incentive and I genuinely love it - when it eventually breaks I'll be purchasing another to replace it! The motor is in the handle, so you don't get arm ache if you spend a long time drying long/thick hair like I do. It throws out air surprisingly forceful, meaning you can cut drying time and cut down on the heat too. Lastly it's a lot quieter than standard hairdryers, don't get me wrong it's still noisy but noticeable less so! Spending £300 on a hairdryer isn't for everyone, but I really do think this is a worthwhile purchase given that I use it every single day and still admire the advantages a year on!
My missus has the thickest head of hair and it takes her around half an hour to dry her hair. She had a go of her friends dyson and it had it dry in 8 minutes, it was incredible to be honest but £300????? It is way over the top if you ask me.
I've been thinking about getting this deal all weekend and have decided to buy it tonight but I'm worried about what can be done if I don't like it- Dyson offer a money back guarantee on their website but Boots don't seem to do that. Does anyone know if it can be returned after first use? Thanks
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brettytopbanana10 h, 9 m ago

My missus has the thickest head of hair and it takes her around half an …My missus has the thickest head of hair and it takes her around half an hour to dry her hair. She had a go of her friends dyson and it had it dry in 8 minutes, it was incredible to be honest but £300????? It is way over the top if you ask me.

I am literally the same - to the point where it takes me so long and I get so stressed out my life revolves around "hair wash night" so my boyfriend can't make plans for us if it's on a Tuesday or Thursday night after work... he convinced me to get the hairdryer and granted it's an awful lot of dough but if my hair dries in 8 minutes it could quite literally change my life! (And his )
Whole week wage on hair dryer, sorry cold.
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le_jaeger12 h, 10 m ago

I've been totally convinced by the worthwhile stretch to Dyson vacuums. …I've been totally convinced by the worthwhile stretch to Dyson vacuums. But...This seems unbelievable for a hairdryer. Totally heated though for those who have that sort of dough lying around!

Suppose it's all about how much a difference it'll make to you personally- I have friends that have quite thin hair and it would honestly be pretty pointless for them. But for me it's an absolute battle and ball ache to dry my hair and if it makes as much of a difference as upgrading my Henry to a Dyson V8 I'll be pretty pleased!
brettytopbanana11 h, 45 m ago

My missus has the thickest head of hair and it takes her around half an …My missus has the thickest head of hair and it takes her around half an hour to dry her hair. She had a go of her friends dyson and it had it dry in 8 minutes, it was incredible to be honest but £300????? It is way over the top if you ask me.


Taking an average usage of 3 times a week. A normal 1600W Hair dryer will cost £15 a year to run, this about £3.50.
So energy efficiency isn't that much of a selling point. Even over 10 years, if it lasts that long, you only save about £115.

If you factor in your time as being valuable. If you think of time as £10 per hour. This will save you about £600 of time, per year @ £10ph. Then it starts to make sense. That's an extra hour a week to rest, exercise, do housework, study, Netflix and Chill, etc.
I bought this and it's the best investment ever. Cannot go back to normal hairdryers in hotels!
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