Rated 4.4 out of 5★áby 8reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★áby moenko Very light and powerful This one replaced an 18-year old Conair Euro1600. I'm a guy, didn't want any of those huge ionic super blasters, just a good old-fashioned hair dryer. This 1900-Watt puppy has more power and is quieter than a $30 Vidal Sasson I have used at a friend's house. Two simple settings (low and high) and the separate cold air button is just what a hair dryer needs. The air output is also much stronger than the more expensive and much heavier 1850W dryers Conair and the others have on the market. It also is very ergonomic with a nice rubber grip that fits well into a larger hand. Comes with a concentrator nozzle.If this product just lasts half as long as the one it replaces - and it feels like it will - this is an unbeatable bargain! 05/10/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★áby Eggg 4 stars simply because it works great for the price. You cant beat the deal, too bad there isn't a heat-setting (only low/high airsetting)For something better you would have to pay 70-100$. Good, strong airflow 07/23/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★áby chipn66 Owned it years ago too, but left it at my ex-girlfriends,her and her daughter needed it.This has the best air flow force for the money.I have a very short hair cut right now,so I bought this blow dryer for after shower to dry my body(towel alone just doesn't cut it in the summer heat and humidity).Ease of use,well the snap-on concentrator,put it on ONLY IF YOU NEED IT ON and try to not take it off,goes on w/twist start it in vertical position(12 O-clock high)twist clockwise to Horizontal(3 O-clock&6 O-clock)it will stay on,it's harder to get off.So if you need to take the concentrator on & off more than a couple times in the life of product the plastic will wear out and you'll be w/out the concentrator.Mine came to Ohio preset at 125V which is what it should be at for the average user in the U.S.and mine works on all settings high and low w/cool shot.(you should use a flathead scewdriver to change it to 250V if needed,don't go by the direction of the screwdriver slot it's misleading,look real close there's a black arrow).Pointing dryer away from yourself like a gun in your right hand on the right is another hard to see black arrow and two black lines(this is for the removable filter cleaning)w/left hand on filter turn half inch counterclockwise while holding nozzle firmly w/right hand to remove filter,line up the two hard to see black lines,turn clockwise 1/2" to put back on.The black arrows & lines are slightly raised as w/ the arrow on the 125V/250V selector,don't know why they didn't color them blue or white?When the heat and humidity is really high no hair dryer keeps my hair from getting limp or static unless I turn on the air conditioning. 07/27/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★áby Joanzd I give high Ratings EXCEPT for the description! It says 4 speed/heat setting, in description and ON the box, however, there are only 2 settings, high and low. The heat setting is always hot except when you push the big blue button that stops the heat and blows cool air. Despite the 2 missing settings it's a good dryer all and all, great air flow for fast drying. We have a 1800 watt Conair that's lasted about 7 or 8 yrs but the motor and fan are almost warn out which is the reason for this one. 08/15/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★áby eurobuyer2 no instructions. There is no instructions how to to remove the filter, and attach nozzle.I am unable to snap-on the "snap-on concentrator nozzle"I believe the nose does not have anything to hold the concentrator.I keep it anyway due to it power. 08/12/2012
Rated 2 out of 5★áby Earlyriser5am Not for me Advertised as quiet. Not quiet - at all! Only one heat setting. 03/09/2014