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Solia 1875W Thermal Ionic Hair Dryer

from Solia
4.2 out of 5 stars 127 customer reviews
| 12 answered questions
About the Product
  • Ionic Generator with indicator light for ant-static, smooth, shiny hair
  • 1875 Watt High Out Motor with removable air intake filter.
  • Instant Cool Shot Setting for setting a perfect and long-lasting hairstyle.
  • 2 Concentrator nozzles for professional styling results.
  • One Year Manufacturer Warranty

Product Description

The SoliaTM Thermal Ionic Dryer is an Italian engineered, 1875 Watt Professional Thermal Ionic Dryer designed to produce millions of negative ions with beneficial effect on the hair. Hair is shinier, healthier and smoother. The SoliaTM Thermal Ionic Dryer is a professional lightweight and quiet hair styling tool. Utilizing negative ion technology the Solia Thermal Ionic Dryer seals in the moisture and adds shine to hair. No more copper coil heating elements that can damage the hair or heavy appliances that take too long to dry. The Solia Thermal Ionic is a lightweight and powerful dryer that helps make styling faster and easier thus minimizing the risk of carpal tunnel syndrome. The SoliaTM Thermal Ionic Dryer features a Ergonomically designed comfort grip handles engineered to reduce stress on the hand and wrist while drying the hair.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B000KPZ7SK
  • UPC: 890244001136
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,461 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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By Kathryn Suzanne Mott on October 2, 2012
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I have longish, thick hair that hates humidity. I live in California so as a solution (and lazyness) I wore my hair up with a band all summer. It destroyed the hair follicle and became a fuzzy mess. I went to my hair stylest and asked what to do. She said the only solution was to cut it off but when she styled it, it behaved. So she tried selling me a $345 hair dryer calling it "an investment." Even if I had the money, I think spending that amount of money on a blow dryer is ridiculous. So I went to amazon. Read all the reviews, which is always tricky, but took a chance on this guy. Never been happier with a "blind" purchase. Granted, I had the best blow dryer target can buy (prolly $40), but the difference is amazing. The diffuser smoothes my fuzzies, my hair is silky, and stays that way throughout the day, even with humidity/coastal weather. Don't want to say I never write reviews because everyone says that but felt it would be a disservice if I didn't. This review would have helped me while I was researching so there you go!
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I am one of those people who didn't know any better and only used drugs store hair dryers. I have been getting the Japanese straight perm for many years every 6 months on my long (below the shoulder blades), slightly curly and thick Asian hair. I tried the top two best ones from Folica. I did not experience the significantly shiny hair that many people raved about at all unfortunately. My hair was less frizzy though. Here are the winners for the following categories:

weight: Sedu by far! The weight is the main reason I returned the Solia dryer. By the way, the cheapest return shipping fee through USPS with Delivery Confirmation Receipt is $12! Ouch.

airflow: Sedu. Even at the lowest setting, my hair was getting tangled and knotted like crazy with Solia. I also lost A LOT of hair after each hair drying session (double the usual amount). I don't want to go bald!

temperature: Solia. The cooler setting on the Solia was perfect for me. The warmer setting wasn't too hot. I don't think I'll ever use the hotter setting on the Sedu because the cooler setting was warm for me.

drying time: Tie. The time difference between the two was only like 3 minutes apart. Solia's 5 min vs. Sedu's 8 minutes.

Overall winner: Sedu.
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This dryer worked great when I originally got it. My hair dried so quickly and was so soft. But after 2 years the low setting stopped working, only the high works now. Such a bummer because I considered this an investment and expected it to last longer.
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I usually spend about 10 bucks for a hair dryer, so why did I spend 75 for this? My wife had one of these and one day I used hers. Enough said. The hair on the top of my head is pretty much gone, but I am loaded with body hair. This thing has a forcefull but soft jet of nice warm air and gets the job done fast. One great feature is the screen that gets all the lint trapped in it comes off for easy cleaning. I will never buy a 10 dollar dryer again. As for the longevity of it, my wife has had hers for at least three years with no issues.
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This dryer is hands down the best that I have ever worked with. I have been in the industry for the past 23 years and this one has by far impressed the heck out of me. The flyaways are minimal and little to no static. It leaves the hair completely dry and super shinned. It is kinda loud on the highest blow setting but so worth the results. Cuts down on dry time by 50%.
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I have a solia tourmaline flat iron... bought it around 6 years ago and its still working as the first day so I decided to go for a hair dryer of the same brand and so far so good, but only time will tell. The hair dryer comes with two different nozzles and its blue on the outside. Only downside to it, is that is kinda noisy in comparison with the turbo I had before.
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By Kristi on January 29, 2016
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Bought this to replace my old 10 year old blow dryer. It makes my unruly hair actually kind of pretty. Plus I can make it cool to blow dry my dog after his baths. This technology nowadays, I tell ya...what will they think of next?
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I had a CHI blowdryer that I adored, but I dropped and destroyed it. So many people recommended the Solia as a good replacement. The dryer definitely has some power, but maybe too much power. My hair would get tangled constantly while I was drying, a problem I've never ha with a blow dryer before. Also, compared to the CHI, the heat just wasn't there. It was similar to using a hand dryer in a bathroom. All air, no heat, hair wasn't smooth or controlled. I'm returning and am giving a BaByliss a go. For the money, I'd go with another option.
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