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8 Dyson Airwrap dupes you can buy for under $200

Mashable

If you somehow predicted that a company best known for its high-end vacuums and air purifiers would also wind up making the world's most coveted hair tool, please come collect your prize. Launched in 2018, the multi-functional styler has since earned a cult following for its ability to dry, smooth, and curl without the use of extreme heat. Eight different brush and barrel attachments make it suitable for a range of different hair types and textures -- plus, it comes with a sleek leather case for easy storage. No blazing-hot plates, no blistering metal rods, and no need to head to the salon for a bouncy, Cindy Crawford-worthy blowout anymore? If that all sounds too good to be true, it kind of is: The Airwrap is even more expensive than a PlayStation 5 and just as hard to find.


Dyson Airwrap Review: A Pricey Curling Iron, Blow Dryer, and Hot Air Brush in One

WIRED

There are some products you just hate to love. The Dyson Airwrap, a multi-featured hair-styling tool, is a prime example. I wanted to hate it for price alone--a cool $500--so that I didn't have to yearn for it. And yet, like all the Dyson products I've tried thus far, I quickly warmed to it. When it comes to hair gadgets, there are many gimmicks out there that claim to make styling easy and effortless (the Air Curler, anyone?) and if you weren't aware of Dyson's reputation for making quality products for the home, it would be easy to write off the Airwrap as something out of a late night infomercial.


29 extra things that will make you feel extra on Leap Day

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. In case you haven't looked at your calendar, we feel obliged to inform you that it's a leap year! That's right, we get one whole extra day in 2020 to do whatever we want with--and it falls on a Saturday. To celebrate, we compiled a list of 29 products that we deem splurge-worthy. You don't need them, but if you're looking to treat yourself to something extra special on the extra day of the year, look no further. Get that perfect cup of coffee every time with the Moccamaster.


The best Dyson Airwrap alternatives available for under £100

Mashable

If you somehow predicted that a company best known for its high-end vacuums and air purifiers would also wind up making the world's most coveted hair tool, please come collect your prize. Launched in 2018, the multi-functional styler has since earned a cult following for its ability to dry, smooth, and curl without the use of extreme heat. Eight different brush and barrel attachments make it suitable for a range of different hair types and textures -- plus, it comes with a sleek leather case for easy storage. No blazing-hot plates, no blistering metal rods, and no need to head to the hairdressers for a bouncy hairdo anymore? If that all sounds too good to be true, it kind of is: The Airwrap is even more expensive than a PlayStation 5 and just as hard to find.


Sir James Dyson unveils new 'Airwrap' curling tong that minimises the risk of heat damage

Daily Mail - Science & tech

The £450 price tag is enough to make your hair stand on end. But the latest offering from Sir James Dyson uses ground-breaking technology to curl it instead – with warm air alone. The Dyson Airwrap hair tongs, launched today, follow the British inventor's re-imagining of the vacuum cleaner, desk fan, hand dryer and hairdryer. The Dyson Airwrap hair tongs, launched today, follow the British inventor's re-imagining of the vacuum cleaner, desk fan, hand dryer and hairdryer A test showing the new Dyson Airwrap hair styling tool using the'Coanda effect' to encourage the hair to curl around the barrel to style without the need for high temperatures They use a high-speed jet of air which flows around the surface of the tong. The company claims this achieves a better curling effect and also reduces the risk of heat damage to the hair of more conventional tongs, which work by wrapping hair around a hot central bar.