To complement Supersonic hair dryer.
The new Dyson Air Wrap Styler is the second piece of beauty technology from Dyson, following the launch of the Supersonic hair dryer.
The result of 642 prototypes, 230 engineers and six years of research and development (R&D) in hair science, the styler uses the Coanda effect to style hair as desired, whether it’s voluminous curls, natural waves or smooth finishes.
What is the Coanda effect? Dyson says the Coanda effect occurs when a high-speed jet of air flows across a surface and, due to differences in pressure, the air flow attaches itself to the surface.
Taking advantage of this principle Dyson’s team of aerodynamicists created a way to style hair using only air combined with heat. The result is a natural look with a sleek finish, helping prevent extreme heat damage.
Powered by the Dyson digital motor V9, the Airwrap Styler enables users to style hair without the need for extreme heat. Like the Dyson Supersonic hair dryer, the Dyson Airwrap Styler has intelligent heat control. A glass bead thermistor measures the temperature up to 40 times a second, transmitting temperature data to the microprocessor and regulating the product’s temperature.
With six attachments in the box – 30mm barrel, 40mm barrel, soft smoothing brush, firm smoothing brush, pre-styling dryer and round volumising brush – the Air Wrap Styler is designed for various hair types.
The Dyson Air Wrap Styler will be available for an RRP of $699 at department stores, Myer and David Jones, as well as Dyson’s online store.