I'm sure there is not a 1 of you who has not heard of DYSON. The man has dominated Late-night TV - in both fillers AND infomercials for over 30 years. You'd have to have lived in a cave to not know what he has done .
Four years in development, the company spent $71 million (and took all that time !) to make its hair dryer, with the sort of specifications and research backstory of a car. The press release explains the 600 prototypes , over 100 patents pending, and a cast of 103 engineers that worked on it. It helps to explain the price ($400), but even salon-level hair dryers hover around the $300 mark.
Founder James Dyson reckons existing dryers can be
"heavy, inefficient, and make a racket !"
Thirty-three years ago, James Dyson set out after an unusual dream: to create the ultimate vacuum cleaner. After thousands of prototypes, failed licensing deals, and countless fruitless meetings with distributors, he finally got his bagless vacuum into stores in Britain, then in the U.S.—and took both nations by storm.
Still the sole owner of his company, Dyson, 64, turned that vacuum design into a billion-dollar business and he still likes living on the edge—as long as it doesn't interfere with getting 10 hours of sleep every night.....I have to completely agree with him on that second point. Getting 10- 12 hours of sleep is so dynamic for hair you can actually notice the difference in a matter of weeks!. Without having to 'buy' anything.........'go' anywhere.........or 'apply' anything - - - getting a substantial amount of sleep is paramount for good hair health
When you're asleep your body is repairing itself, that is "WHY" we go to sleep to begin with. Ever tried to stay up for 3-4 days in a row? I don't know if ANYTHING feels worse ..... don't you ? Catch up on your sleep and your complete look, attitude, hair & health is rejuvenated when you have more than enough sleep. Just try it.
................But back to Dyson.
It..... is...... B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L ! If that's something you care about....I mean those snazzy vacuums can be hung on your wall like a piece of artwork, but where does your dryer sit? Mine is jammed in a drawer out of view.
Maybe people would hang this one up on their bathroom walls ( as in another art piece).
"By looking at the old models further, we realized that they can also cause extreme heat damage to hair." He believes the Supersonic solves those issues. Three magnetically-connecting attachments can adjust the output for different hair styles, and include a diffuser and... can you tell I'm out of my depth? Those accessories have a "double skin", so that while the inner part gets hot, the outer stays cool. (That's a cool idea!)
As with any other Dyson device, research and development didn’t come cheap: The investment, including a state-of-the-art hair laboratory, reached £50 million (about $72 million).