Question about BaByliss PRO Nano Titanium Hair Dryer
I am in the market for a new hair dryer and am deciding between the older, unused model of a particular brand and the expensive most recent model. Do unused hair dryers age over time?
Doesn't really matter. No matter what they say, hair dryers don't really change that much. More bells and whistles. Some people swear the 'ionic' feature really works, so hey.
Having repaired dozens, maybe hundreds, I can say if you want it to last, buy by weight. The new batch of 'lightweight' dryers really are light, but they use tiny little motors that burn out WAY sooner than the big older ones. Some good 'heavy' brands are TwinTurbo, Solano (not 'Lightweight' line), Babyliss.
The rest of the guts are practically the same for all hair dryers, no matter how expensive.
Posted on Mar 02, 2015
That depends on several things.
1- how MUCH time? 2 to 5 years? thats acceptable.
2- How has it been stored? If exposed to extreme teperatures or sunlight then I would avoid it.
3- you may have warranty issues with the older model.
If its just last years model on the retail shelf, I see no downside at all really. The warranty would still apply from date of purchace.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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