It’s no secret that Dyson is an industry leader: The company is behind some of our all-time favorite vacuums and air purifiers. Needless to say, when the brand came out with its first-ever hairdryer, the Dyson Supersonic, back in 2016, our interest was seriously piqued. Its lightweight design and futuristic controls landed it a spot in our best hair dryers roundup, but its wildly lofty $400 price tag kept it from moving much higher up than the middle of the pack it landed in. Today, however, you can get it for a rare discount at Best Buy.
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This cult-loved hair tool, regularly $399.99, drops to $319.99 right now for My Best Buy members (it’s free to sign up here. Not only is this the only discount we could find on this coveted hair tool right now, it’s the best deal we’ve seen on a new model in months.
Though the Supersonic certainly wasn’t our best-tested dryer overall—that honor went to the Bio Ionic GrapheneMX hair dryer($193.80)—it’s a tool that’s also beloved by nearly 2,000 Dyson shoppers.
The Supersonic’s innovative construction was impressive enough: We were particularly intrigued by the unique lock buttons, which ensure that the modes won’t accidentally switch while you’re drying, curling or twirling your locks.
Our tester also found that it quickly and efficiently blow-dried her hair, if only by a few minutes less than normal.
You’ll receive three magnetic attachments with your purchase (two smoothing nozzles and a diffuser), along with a non-slip mat to stop the tool from falling off your bathroom sink.
There’s no telling how long this sale will last, so you’ll want to move ASAP to snag this discounted dryer at Best Buy, where you’ll also receive free shipping
Get the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer for $319.99 (Save $80)
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.
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