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Around 5 years ago, I purchased the T3 hair dryer from the Q.  I liked the fact that is was very lightweight; however, I dropped it and it only lasted a short while after that.  I decided to try the T3 again but the travel size that has power like a normal size and plus it was on sale at Nordstrom.  I can say that it did dry my hair in half the time.  I thought I would share my experience with you.

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You must have thin, short hair. I won't go into my H_LL with T3, but I have thick, long hair. Didn't dry it any faster. But, it does do a great straight blow dry. Would never buy it again. Because it takes so long to blow dry my hair, the motor burns out in 6 mos!

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Re: Hair Dryers

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@KatCat1 wrote:

Around 5 years ago, I purchased the T3 hair dryer from the Q.  I liked the fact that is was very lightweight; however, I dropped it and it only lasted a short while after that.  I decided to try the T3 again but the travel size that has power like a normal size and plus it was on sale at Nordstrom.  I can say that it did dry my hair in half the time.  I thought I would share my experience with you.


@KatCat1   I have a T3 travel dryer and love mine!  It's super lightweight and powerful!  I even took it with me to Europe since it has dual voltage and it worked great.  Makes my hair dry fast and look smooth!

 

ETS:  I have thick but fine straight hair.

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@camelot  If it burned out in 6 mos. your warranty would cover it.  I have a 3 year warranty.  My hair is normal and I have a lot of hair.  I towel dry it scrunching the towel on the hair to take out the moisture then blow dry.  Maybe the Dyson would work for you.

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Boy do I feel cheap.....I've been using the same $15 Conair for about 5 years.

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@travone-- I'll bet my cheap Sunbeam blow dryer is older than your Conair -- and it still works reliably.  Teehee.

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My hair is pretty thin and it doesn't take much to dry it. My favorite hair dryer is my dog's wagging tail...that causes quite a bit of air movement in the room once she gets to going.Woman Very Happy

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Yes warranty did cover 5 returns ~ every 6 months due to burnt out motor. Dyson? Forget it!!!! Supersolano is what I use. Going strong for 5 years now. Never again T3!!! 

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I've had my T3 for years and love it. I gave my original one to my husband when I saw a newer model in pink. Dries our hair in half the time or our previous dryers.

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