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John Frieda Full Volume Hair Dryer
- Lightweight ac motor and high voltage advanced ionic generateor
- Titaniam ceramic coating on outlet grill
- Locking cold shot
- Professional rocker switches
- 3 heat settings; 2 speed settings; 2 concentrators; diffuser
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John Frieda JF1 Full Volume Dryer
Get a professional quality hair dryer that salon stylists use
You define your look; John Frieda defines your hair. What that means is: You decide on your unique hairstyle then, let this versatile 1875 watt dryer do the work for you.
It gives volume and shine to your hair while it simultaneously dries each strand. Drying is safe and delicate while delivering high heat. Don't worry about damaging hot spots or frizzy strands with the JF1 1875 Watt Dryer because its Titanium Ceramic coating evenly distributes high-powered heat.
The highest quality ionic generator on the market
Designed with ion technology, the JF1 allows you to achieve smooth, frizz-free hair without damage. The high-voltage advanced ionic generator releases 10 times the amount of ions created from natural sources to protect hair from damage and seal in moisture for silky, smooth results and gorgeous shine.
Titanium Ceramic Heat Technology
Full spectrum, infrared heat works on molecules inside the hair, drying it inside and out. This fast and easy drying process minimizes heat damage and makes hair less frizzy and more manageable.
3 Heat and 2 Speed Settings
For customized styling, the JF1 features three heat settings along with a low and high speed setting. With a quick flick of the professional rocker switches, any combination of these settings can be used to match your hair texture and length. For example, the low-heat, low-speed setting is ideal for delicate, fine hair of all lengths, while the high-heat, high-speed setting is best suited for thick or long hair.
Additional features that help you create your styles
The JF1 also comes with 2 concentrators and a diffuser for even more versatility. Attach these extensions and you can create pinpoint styles. Also included is a locking cold shot button. First, heat your hair in your favorite particular style, and then hit the cold shot button to lock that style in. This creates volume that stays put, even in the harshest conditions.
Styling Guide: How-to
For Body and Volume turn your head upside down while drying. Then position the airflow toward the roots for maximum lift. When your hair is dry, toss head back and brush hair into place.
To Straighten your hair, work with your hair in sections. Using a large round brush (approximately 2 inches in diameter), hold hair taut in each section and bend ends slightly under as you dry. Use one of the concentrator attachments to pinpoint heat flow.
To make Waves use the diffuser attachment. Or grasp hair at the roots and scrunch between fingertips while drying.
- Lightweight AC Motor
- 1875 Watts
- High Voltage Advanced Ionic Generator
- Titanium Ceramic Coating on Outlet Grill
- Locking Cold Shot
- Professional Rocker Switches
- 3 Heat Settings
- 2 Speed Settings
- 2 Concentrators
How to style guide is included
Top Customer Reviews
There's two things I figured needed to be addressed:
1. Is there any discernible difference between my $10 hair dryer and this $50 one?
2. Is the difference (if any) justify the additional expense, especially in this economy?
To preface my review, note that I have average hair in average condition, with no curls and no extra time for primping.
Here's the results, and the reasons behind the 5 star rating I gave this Frieda hair dryer:
1. Looks: the Frieda dryer looks like a BMW, silver with a blue/purple trim and is slick and aerodynamic. Feels solid but not too heavy. My cheapie feels cheap, is overly light plastic. But what do looks matter beyond performance?
2. Performance: I don't know the volts of the Revlon dryer, and didn't realize how awful it was until I compared. The cheapie sounds like a high pitched "tin" whine and didn't feel all that powerful. The Frieda has obviously more power, but is not as noisy. Still loud, but more of a hum than a whine. The barrel is longer on the Frieda but that doesn't seem to matter. The Frieda came with three attachments: a diffuser for scrunching or curls, and two sort of "aiming" attachments to shoot directly at a portion of hair.
The Frieda also has a cool shot setting that my cheapie lacks, and I used it to lock in volume that really made a difference. With the cool shot and a shot of hair spray immediately before I released the hair spray, the curl stayed well enough I didn't need my curling iron. And three hours later the curl was still there.Read more ›
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- Heats up very quickly
- Long cord - probably 8-10 feet which allows you a little freedom from your outlet
- 3 speeds and three heat settings
- The back screen lifts up so that you can clean the dryer motor
- It is a bit heavy, which is the reason for removing one star
- Nice look to the dryer - it certainly does not look or feel cheap
- Three attachments including a diffuser and two concentrators
- 1875 watts (watch to make sure you do not trip your circuit breaker)
Final Verdict - This is a well-built machine that will likely last you for many years. What some of the features are quite common this is still a hair dryer that should be seriously considered by anyone looking to make a purchase.
4 1/2 Stars
The significant differences are:
- faster drying - I am pretty busy so I often find myself needing dry hair ASAP (to pick my kid up, to head outside, etc.). I haven't timed how long it takes to dry my past-shoulder length hair, but it is definitely under 5 minutes, and fast enough for me to do what I need to do.
- leaves my hair in better condition - I always winced at using my old hairdryer because I knew I was damaging my hair in the process. I've had chronic dry hair issues and my old dryer left my hair flying every which way. I used to dry my hair only partially to lessen the damage. This dryer hasn't erased my dry hair issues completely but my hair is noticeably softer and I don't worry the way I used to about using it on my hair.
- leaves my hair better looking - This was the biggest surprise of all. I have had such problems with my hair that I had simply resigned myself to the fact that my hair is hard-to-control. My hair is past shoulder length as mentioned, and layered. With my old dryer I absolutely needed to style my hair if I wanted to look presentable. I've spent so much money over the years trying out different brushes, rollers, etc. I could never simply wash, dry and go because with my old dryer my layers always ended up sticking out rather than curving in, and my hair would not hold any style without significant work. I was honestly shocked the first time I used the John Frieda dryer - my hair fell into a very flattering shape after 2-3 minutes of drying. I don't use a brush, don't use any of the attachments, nothing. I just dry about 90% of the way and my hair looks great.Read more ›
The design isn't great; the buttons are exactly where you grasp the handle. After a few uses I got used to it and don't hit the buttons accidentally anymore. I don't think this hairdryer is heavy, personally. The cord is of a decent length but could be longer.
This blow dryer actually makes my hair look nice, and is the only one that will allow me to dry-and-go. My hair also gets static-y very easily and I've noticed a significant reduction in that since switching to this dryer. I used to carry dryer sheets around; it was that bad. I will continue to use this hairdryer happily until it burns out.
UPDATE 1/28/16: Still using this dryer every other day, still going strong.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When using the dryer, the location of the buttons causes your fingers to accidentally bump them and randomly change the heat and speed settings! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Josh
LOVE this! blow drys very quick, I also feel like it makes my hair feel betterPublished 4 days ago by Megan Jatsko
I'm a guy and I'm leaving a review for a hair dryer - that should tell you how awesome this thing is. Read morePublished 6 days ago by BH
Good quality hair dryer. I have bought three of these over the years. Good heat and airflow.Published 6 days ago by Robf
It looks great, so far is working well. I like the features and attachments. BUT, the "hinged filter" flopped open the first time I picked the dryer up and wouldn't latch... Read morePublished 7 days ago by K Squared
Very nice looking and works well, but on the high air setting, the motor is loud sounding, not the smooth sound you would expect from a John Freida product.Published 7 days ago by Just Jen
It was a great little hair dryer, but It only lasted 5 months. Don't buy it.Published 8 days ago by Cynthia Welborn
The love the entire product line. The products seem to quit affordable and beautifully designed.Published 9 days ago by Krysta Ogletree