The hair dryer comes in a simple yet convenient packaging design. However, upon closer inspection, it becomes apparent that the texts on the packaging are grammatically incorrect, which detracts from the overall professional impression of the product. It is reasonable to expect that the professional segment would have a budget for a correct translation from Chinese.
The hair dryer has a new electrical appliance smell when used for the first few times, but it is not bothersome.
The dryer has three heat levels that allow for careful hair care. However, it takes a moment for the dryer to produce warm air. The warmest setting is too hot and can cause a burning sensation on the scalp. The intermediate level is pleasant at first, but since I have long straight hair, I have to blow-dry for some time. After a while, even the medium setting gets too hot. To remedy this, I have to use the coolest setting for a short time before going back to the medium setting.
The slim styling nozzle allows for precise hair drying, and the ion technology leaves hair straight and frizz-free. The drying performance is very good and fast.
The product is not too heavy and is easy to hold because of its weight for a hair dryer of this size. The volume is quieter than expected.
The biggest drawback of the product is the temperature and airflow speed switches. They are attached to the handle at the front in the direction of the nozzle. Since they are toggle switches, they are accidentally operated very often when moving with the hair dryer in hand. This sudden change in airflow speed or temperature can be annoying and even mess up your hairstyle if air suddenly blows from below.
The cable length is suitable for home use but may be too short for professional use.
Overall, this hair dryer is well-suited for private use. However, professionals may quickly become frustrated with it as they have higher demands on a hair dryer.