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Nicky Clarke Hair Therapy Dryer

£39.99 £29.99
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The powerful professional 2000W motor gives you outstanding salon performance and the ceramic infused grille helps to dry your hair quickly. Tell me more
  • 2000w lightweight motor
  • 10 combined heat & speed settings
  • Ceramic Technology
  • Cool shot button
  • Slim concentrator nozzle
Nicky Clarke Hair Therapy Dryer

Description:

The powerful professional 2000W motor gives you outstanding salon performance and the ceramic infused grille helps to dry your hair quickly. Our advanced ceramic technology locks in moisture, leaving your hair bouncy, beautiful and easy to style. With 10 combined heat and speed settings it’s easy to find the right temperature and speed to suit you and your hairstyle. Love your hair using the digital display and heat regulating touch control, to reduce heat damage, static and frizz, giving you that salon blow-dry look and feel at home.
Nicky Clarke Hair Therapy Dryer
FAQs

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE NICKY CLARKE HAIR DRYERS?

We offer an excellent range of hairdryers to meet your styling needs. If you are looking for a beautiful professional salon finish at home, you can compare our hairdryer range by clicking here. Advances in technology and design have resulted in us offering the ultimate collection, bespoke for every hair type, and situation. Click to find your perfect hairdryer.

WHAT DOES ICONIC CONDITIONING MEAN?

As part of our patented technology within our Infrared Pro Collection, the Iconic Conditioning helps smooth hair and controls frizz. Leaving a silky soft, professional salon finish at home.

WHAT IS THE WATTAGE OF THE NICKY CLARKE HAIR DRYERS?

From travel sized hairdryers to salon professional options, we have a hairdryer to meet your needs in relation to power and size. Discover the wattage of each one within the collection. Click here to discover.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A DC AND AC MOTOR?

The difference that can be distinguished easily from their names, DC motors are powered by direct current, while AC motors are powered by alternating current. Also, AC motors’ efficiency and power output are a lot higher than DC motors.

They have the same purpose, to both convert electrical energy into mechanical power, but their power, construction, and speed control differ significantly from one another.

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Nicky Clarke Hair Therapy Dryer