- Tourmaline and Ceramic technology
- 3 heat and 2 speed settings
- Airflow concentrator and finger diffuser attachments included
- Separate heat and speed switches
- Retractable power cord. Power cord should not bee pulled beyond the red marking.
- If the power cord becomes twisted, straighten it out.
- Retractable Power Cord. One push button for convenient storage
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Revlon’s 1875 watt Retractable Cord Dryer is perfect for everyday use. if the power cord is twisted, it can inhibit the smooth retraction of the power cord.If the power cord becomes twisted, straighten it out.if the power cord considerably past (3-5 inches) the red marking (indicating the stopping point) it can cause a problem. Tourmaline Ionic Technology provides for faster drying with shinier healthier-looking results, while ceramic technology allows for even heat distribution to prevent damaging hot spots. For drying and styling flexibility 3 heat and 2 speed settings are offered plus a cold shot button that releases cool air to set your style. The retractable power cord with its one push button makes this dryer easy to store. The removable end cap makes it easy to clean and maintain. Included are the airflow concentrator attachment for precise styling and the finger diffuser attachment which adds volume and lift.
- Product Dimensions: 10 x 4.5 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B002GQMTAK
- Item model number: RVDR5018N2
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
The folding handle is great for storing the dryer away more compactly.
The retractable cord is a very nice feature, though not perfect as it doesn't always fully retract if there's a slight bend in the cord.
The dryer may be "super quiet" compared to much older models, but the high pitched whine of the motor is unpleasant and not that quiet. Dh complains about it regularly.
The real deal breaker for me, however, is the power switch. It is a flat slide switch which is difficult to move to desired speed setting. Dh suggested I get some rubber finger tips from Staples so I'd have some traction. I'd rather get a quieter dryer with a switch I can operate.
I have ordered my previous brand online and will be returning the Revlon dryer as soon as the replacement arrives.
I purchased this hair dryer less than 10 months ago from Target. The selling points for me where the retractable cord, and quiet description. Retractable cord worked ok, at times got stuck. It was not quiet.
Lately I've noticed it made a funny sound once in a while. As if something were grinding in it.
Today I turned it on, and it started to shoot sparks!!! Luckily my hair was no where near the line of fire (literally)!
Sadly, I no longer have the receipt and doubt I can return it at Target. I will try to write Revlon but unsure if it will do any good. This is just a lesson learned to never buy Revlon hair dryer. I've had Conair in the past and never any issues. Heck they lasted about 10 years...
I would recommend anyone looking to purchase a hair dryer not to buy this one...unless you want your hair up in flames.
I purchased this hair dryer at Target, thinking it was the best one for a low price.
I was wrong. This hair dryer is a monster. I can't tell you how much I hate it, and how much I hate having to use it every. single. day. When I walk into a store that carries hair dryers, I want to rush to the hair dryer aisle and find a better one, but I know I should save my money.
First of all, the sound that comes out of this hair dryer is... it's like... it's like no hair dryer I've ever experienced. It sounds like a robot is screaming in your ear. Yes, this is exactly what it would sound like if a baby robot was wailing into your eardrum. In fact, the first time that I used this hair dryer, I walked around for the rest of the day saying, "WHAT? WHAT DID YOU SAY? STOP MUMBLING! I'M NOT SHOUTING, YOU'RE MUMBLING!"
The second time I used this hair dryer, I decided to use ear plugs. This seemed to solve my problem, although it seemed ridiculous that I had to use ear plugs just to dry my hair. I figured, "Hey, I can live with that. This is just temporary. I'll find another hair dryer in Europe. Then, I'll be in Europe, which will be awesome, and I'll be using a better hair dryer, which will be even more awesome. It will be like the little pot of gold on the other side of the ocean rainbow.Read more ›
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