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FHI Heat Technique Nano Weight Pro 1850 Tech Hair Dryer

FHI Heat Technique Nano Weight Pro Tech 1850 Tourmaline Ceramic Hair Dryer features a feather light, quiet and powerful DC Motor.
$139.99
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  • Overview
  • FHI Heat Technique Nano Weight Pro Tech 1850 Tourmaline Ceramic Hair Dryer features a feather light, quiet and powerful DC motor utilizing Tourmaline Ceramic Technology. This technology dries the hair evenly and reduces drying time up to 50% while producing increased amounts of negative ions to seal in moisture, repel humidity, reduce frizz and eliminate static; leaving hair in impeccable condition with flawless shine.

    The Triple Heat and Dual Air settings provide even heat distribution and fast, even air flow with a Cool Shot Button to lock in style. The FHI Heat Technique Nano Weight Pro Tech 1850 is ergonomically designed to provide comfort and balance to reduce stress on arms and wrist while blow drying.

    Model#: TQ5001   /   SKU: 009315

  • Features
    • Feather Light, Quiet and Powerful DC Motor Professional Hair Dryer
    • Tourmaline Ceramic dries the hair evenly and reduces drying time up to 50% while producing increased amounts of negative ions to seal in moisture, repel humidity, reduce frizz and help eliminate static
    • Triple Heat Setting for even heat distribution, dual air setting for fast even air flow and a Cool Shot Button to lock in style
    • Gentle Far Infrared Heat, and low EMF (Electromagnetic Field) prevents damage to the hair to produce unmatched conditioning and shine
    • Ergonomically designed, and well balanced dryer with a 9ft professional cord includes a hang up hook for ease of storage
    • Speed Dry Nozzle, and Curl Defining Finger Diffuser attachment included
       
  • About the brand
  • Known for its dedication to new product development, FHI delivers professional quality and innovative hair care tools. Since 2003, FHI is committed to developing the best performing tools.

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