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An easy-to-use, Tourmaline-infused hair dryer with only the highest quality, imported Tourmaline gemstones, which are crushed into fine powder and infused deep into the vital elements of the dryer. Unlike other products that make do with a sprayed coating, the T3 Tourmaline infusion process achieves deeper, longer-lasting results.
2 speed/heat settings; Cool Shot Button; Lightweight at 15.2 ounces; T3 Tourmaline infusion technology with Tourmaline Ceramic components; T3 Tourmaline-infused concentrator nozzle; 3 m professional length cord with hang loop and wrap
Faster drying protects your hair from damage typically caused by overheating. Healthy hair is beautiful hair and the foundation for a perfect, professional finish.
Hair dryer does cut the drying time and can produce very hot air but the design has a few flaws. The concentrator attachment falls off at even the slightest bump (even with the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Toby
I dislike the T3 Veloce hairdryer so much I haven't returned to the salon that pitched it to me.
The concentrator on the Veloce falls off at the slightest bump, and it's... Read more
Hair dryer end keeps coming off. Need better manufacturing specs. When u go to dry ur hair the tip falls off because it doesn't fit rightPublished on November 5, 2013 by Joe
Some would say it's crazy to spend $100 on a hair dryer but a quality hair dryer does make a difference!! Can't go wrong with T3, when it comes to hair products they're top tier.Published on May 1, 2013 by Melissa Yeoh
This is my 3rd T3. First I had a featherweight one but as I didn't buy from an authorized dealer the warranty dept wouldn't replace. Well my 2nd t3 was the Veloce and I loved it. Read morePublished on March 27, 2013 by lachesis79
I got this hair dryer after much debating on whether I should get CHI instead. I've never owned a CHI hair dryer, but I can say that I'm not much impressed with this one. Read morePublished on December 29, 2012 by Nash