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DYSON Supersonic Hair Dryer - Black & Nickel - Currys/eBay £269.99
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DYSON Supersonic Hair Dryer - Black & Nickel - Currys/eBay £269.99

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Posted 9th Dec 2019

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Not for everyone, but needed summat for the missus and I've been set on getting her one of these, but they never seem to be on offer, so £269.99 seems a good deal to me.
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Lucky I'm bald I saved £270
Yes, it’s expensive. Yes, there are cheaper alternatives. However, my wife has one and wouldn’t go back to the alternative. This hairdryer is better. And as she generally is low maintenance and doesn’t really ask for much I brought One for her a few years ago as I had no idea what else to get her.

Initially she thought it wasn’t worth the money. Now she wouldn’t revert to the babyliss that she used, that was a quarter of the price of the Dyson, which Always kept overheating, always needed maintaining at some point, and was loud and could not be heard over. This Dyson improves on that.

It’s like anything, you’ll only pay perceived value and that perception can change over time.
Regardless of whether it’s good or not, I won’t ever buy a Dyson product again after Dyson pumped so much money into the pro-Brexit campaign and then socked his British workers in the face by moving much of the company to Singapore to avoid paying tax in the UK.
Edited by: "patrick_000" 10th Dec 2019
Ripperoo09/12/2019 23:38

As I said, not for everyone! LOL


Good find op!
Not for everyone but it is still a good price - after all this is about finding prices cheaper than elsewhere.. sometimes users for get this and vote cold as they think it is overpriced etc
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Lucky I'm bald I saved £270
Which idiot dreamt this up! :/
£270 for a hair dryer? Crumbs
As I said, not for everyone! LOL
Ripperoo09/12/2019 23:38

As I said, not for everyone! LOL


Good find op!
Not for everyone but it is still a good price - after all this is about finding prices cheaper than elsewhere.. sometimes users for get this and vote cold as they think it is overpriced etc
299 now it seems
Wow....I can only dream of that! I'll stick to my £5 one from tesco...does the exact same job
I appreciate that if this saves you money on the usual RRP then it can legitimately be regarded as a 'deal'. However it never ceases to amaze me how the brand name 'Dyson' seems to make people take leave of their senses. £270 for a hairdryer. Really! AFAIC hot air is hot air and a device for blowing it through your locks can be easily secured with a much less exorbitant price tag. It would appear that some people just have money to waste.
Honest query here - why is this better than a £20 hairdryer? Please can someone who owns one answer as I'm interested to know. There could be a valid reason to get something like this
miglos_stalios09/12/2019 23:28

Lucky I'm bald I saved £270


Me too - still bought it anyway just in case it grows back. #miraclesdohappen
Saro10/12/2019 02:10

Honest query here - why is this better than a £20 hairdryer? Please can …Honest query here - why is this better than a £20 hairdryer? Please can someone who owns one answer as I'm interested to know. There could be a valid reason to get something like this


It's a Dyson. It's bordering on a status symbol just like their equally overpriced bladeless fans.
Well guys your all wrong, I think this is a complete BARGAIN
and here’s why;
Dyson spent 4 years developing this hair dryer and spent a whopping £50 million to develop it
So thank you for posting Ripperoo
Even at the rrp price this is a complete bargain!!
Z9Z10/12/2019 02:50

Well guys your all wrong, I think this is a complete BARGAINand here’s w …Well guys your all wrong, I think this is a complete BARGAINand here’s why;Dyson spent 4 years developing this hair dryer and spent a whopping £50 million to develop it So thank you for posting Ripperoo Even at the rrp price this is a complete bargain!!


What for? Reinventing the wheel?
Yes, it’s expensive. Yes, there are cheaper alternatives. However, my wife has one and wouldn’t go back to the alternative. This hairdryer is better. And as she generally is low maintenance and doesn’t really ask for much I brought One for her a few years ago as I had no idea what else to get her.

Initially she thought it wasn’t worth the money. Now she wouldn’t revert to the babyliss that she used, that was a quarter of the price of the Dyson, which Always kept overheating, always needed maintaining at some point, and was loud and could not be heard over. This Dyson improves on that.

It’s like anything, you’ll only pay perceived value and that perception can change over time.
loxell10/12/2019 03:05

What for? Reinventing the wheel?


Improves. Not reinvents.
Regardless of whether it’s good or not, I won’t ever buy a Dyson product again after Dyson pumped so much money into the pro-Brexit campaign and then socked his British workers in the face by moving much of the company to Singapore to avoid paying tax in the UK.
Edited by: "patrick_000" 10th Dec 2019
Now what shall we design next...
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I was bought one of these by my hubby a couple of years ago. I find it no different from any other dryer I have had. It is actually quite awkward to use because the power/heat settings are on the barrel rather than the handle. This means that if you want to change anything you have to move it from your hair and look at the barrel to change the settings. Very awkward and faffy for the price tag. I also don't rate it ias a dryer it makes no visible difference to my hair and is no quicker than my previous dryers. I would save your money and get one of the GHD dryer/straightener bundles at least you know the straighteners are the best you can get. Imho.
nice2bnice10/12/2019 07:21

I was bought one of these by my hubby a couple of years ago. I find it no …I was bought one of these by my hubby a couple of years ago. I find it no different from any other dryer I have had. It is actually quite awkward to use because the power/heat settings are on the barrel rather than the handle. This means that if you want to change anything you have to move it from your hair and look at the barrel to change the settings. Very awkward and faffy for the price tag. I also don't rate it ias a dryer it makes no visible difference to my hair and is no quicker than my previous dryers. I would save your money and get one of the GHD dryer/straightener bundles at least you know the straighteners are the best you can get. Imho.


I tried one & totally agree but I also don’t like GHD driers as I think they’re heavy.

I like my cheapo 15 year old Vidal Sassoon hairdryer but keep trying friends hairdryers as I know it’s on it’s last legs!

I’d love to try the airwrap.
001_ATLANTIS09/12/2019 23:57

I appreciate that if this saves you money on the usual RRP then it can …I appreciate that if this saves you money on the usual RRP then it can legitimately be regarded as a 'deal'. However it never ceases to amaze me how the brand name 'Dyson' seems to make people take leave of their senses. £270 for a hairdryer. Really! AFAIC hot air is hot air and a device for blowing it through your locks can be easily secured with a much less exorbitant price tag. It would appear that some people just have money to waste.


Just because it's a saving on the original RRP doesn't automatically make something a hot deal to me, and I don't think this is legitimately a hot deal - personal opinion of course
patrick_00010/12/2019 07:12

Regardless of whether it’s good or not, I won’t ever buy a Dyson product ag …Regardless of whether it’s good or not, I won’t ever buy a Dyson product again after Dyson pumped so much money into the pro-Brexit campaign and then socked his British workers in the face by moving much of the company to Singapore to avoid paying tax in the UK.


You'll struggle to find a company that makes hair dryers that employs more UK people than Dyson!
Saro10/12/2019 02:10

Honest query here - why is this better than a £20 hairdryer? Please can …Honest query here - why is this better than a £20 hairdryer? Please can someone who owns one answer as I'm interested to know. There could be a valid reason to get something like this


My wife has one. It doesn’t make her hair any drier. It is however much quieter than any previous hairdryer she’s had and it does seem to take less time.

The link below is a review by someone who doesn’t mince (uses sweary words) his words and happily lays it out.
Saro10/12/2019 02:10

Honest query here - why is this better than a £20 hairdryer? Please can …Honest query here - why is this better than a £20 hairdryer? Please can someone who owns one answer as I'm interested to know. There could be a valid reason to get something like this


Quicker quieter and less damage to hair.

If you can afford one get one it's worth it if you cant your life isnt going to end.
Dekard9710/12/2019 07:55

Just because it's a saving on the original RRP doesn't automatically make …Just because it's a saving on the original RRP doesn't automatically make something a hot deal to me, and I don't think this is legitimately a hot deal - personal opinion of course

Well, maybe not, if you weren't planning on getting one in the first place.

However, if like me, you WERE planning on getting one anyway, the saving is a bonus.

Horse for courses I guess.
Ripperoo10/12/2019 08:46

Well, maybe not, if you weren't planning on getting one in the first …Well, maybe not, if you weren't planning on getting one in the first place.However, if like me, you WERE planning on getting one anyway, the saving is a bonus.Horse for courses I guess.


I suppose it comes down to the pleasure factor for me. Although I can't see how this thing is worth that amount of money, If you like it and enjoy enough then it's worth it
dai.bonehead10/12/2019 06:05

Yes, it’s expensive. Yes, there are cheaper alternatives. However, my wife …Yes, it’s expensive. Yes, there are cheaper alternatives. However, my wife has one and wouldn’t go back to the alternative. This hairdryer is better. And as she generally is low maintenance and doesn’t really ask for much I brought One for her a few years ago as I had no idea what else to get her. Initially she thought it wasn’t worth the money. Now she wouldn’t revert to the babyliss that she used, that was a quarter of the price of the Dyson, which Always kept overheating, always needed maintaining at some point, and was loud and could not be heard over. This Dyson improves on that. It’s like anything, you’ll only pay perceived value and that perception can change over time.


Low maintenance and a £300 hairdryer don't go together...
ACIDFORUMS10/12/2019 09:22

Low maintenance and a £300 hairdryer don't go together...


Really not true at all. My wife is not a compulsive shopper, never expects to be laden with gifts or a sprinkle of rose petals where ever she walks. When she want to buy something or asks for something. She has thought it through, decided if it’s value to her and is affordable.
I have never once felt my wife was needy, greedy or selfish.
£300 hairdryer, it's only a Dyson tag and as seen in salons to be seen to want it
OB110/12/2019 08:11

You'll struggle to find a company that makes hair dryers that employs more …You'll struggle to find a company that makes hair dryers that employs more UK people than Dyson!


Hmmmm.... Dyson has decided to move its headquarters to Singapore this year and their manufacturing facilities has long since moved to Malaysia........
Dyson are crazy prices, all it is is a narrowed air pipe FFS.
crocodilezzz10/12/2019 09:32

Hmmmm.... Dyson has decided to move its headquarters to Singapore this …Hmmmm.... Dyson has decided to move its headquarters to Singapore this year and their manufacturing facilities has long since moved to Malaysia........


I think they employ around 4000 people in the UK.
crocodilezzz10/12/2019 09:32

Hmmmm.... Dyson has decided to move its headquarters to Singapore this …Hmmmm.... Dyson has decided to move its headquarters to Singapore this year and their manufacturing facilities has long since moved to Malaysia........



I believe they employ just under 4000 people in the UK as of 2019, many of those jobs are high paid engineering roles.
Oneday7710/12/2019 09:26

Really not true at all. My wife is not a compulsive shopper, never expects …Really not true at all. My wife is not a compulsive shopper, never expects to be laden with gifts or a sprinkle of rose petals where ever she walks. When she want to buy something or asks for something. She has thought it through, decided if it’s value to her and is affordable. I have never once felt my wife was needy, greedy or selfish.


I can't believe you feel the need to explain yourself, my wife is similar.
returnofthemac10/12/2019 10:37

I can't believe you feel the need to explain yourself, my wife is similar.


Oh that’s not me explaining.

That is me showing the world that not everyone is invested in likes/vanity and social media status.
nice2bnice10/12/2019 07:21

I was bought one of these by my hubby a couple of years ago. I find it no …I was bought one of these by my hubby a couple of years ago. I find it no different from any other dryer I have had. It is actually quite awkward to use because the power/heat settings are on the barrel rather than the handle. This means that if you want to change anything you have to move it from your hair and look at the barrel to change the settings. Very awkward and faffy for the price tag. I also don't rate it ias a dryer it makes no visible difference to my hair and is no quicker than my previous dryers. I would save your money and get one of the GHD dryer/straightener bundles at least you know the straighteners are the best you can get. Imho.


You're not married to Dai.Bonehead are you??
Damn I added this to my basket this morning with voucher applied and it has now expired
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