Awards: Allure Best of Beauty for Best Blowdryer and Best Beauty Breakthrough, 2013.
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From the Manufacturer
T3 revolutionizes hairstyling with groundbreaking technology and custom crafted tools that create shiny, healthy hair. From high-performance hair dryers that were years in the making to cutting-edge styling irons, T3 tools have become the tools of choice for celebrity hair stylists and beauty addicts worldwide.
T3 Tourmaline SoftAire Technology
Healthier than air-drying
Regular dryers use a hurricane-like, chaotic windflow which can damage the cuticle and cause split ends, frizz and flyaways. T3 Featherweight Dryers work differently. A specially-engineered fan generates a high volume of ion-enriched air that exits the dryer in a wide cone shape at a soft, gentle speed that dries large sections of hair—fast. Negative ions in the airflow cancel static and quickly seal the cuticle, which helps hair retain natural moisture, reduces frizz and enhances shine.
- Reduces Frizz
- Increases Body
- Increases Shine
- Increases Comb-ability
- Increases Style Retention
|Featherweight Luxe 2i||Featherweight 2||Featherweight Compact|
|Ideal for||Demanding hair (Long, Thick, Coarse).||Normal hair.||Travel. Small spaces. All hair types.|
|Settings||2 Speeds/3 Heat||2 Speeds/3 Heat||2 Speeds/Heat|
|Weight||18.5 oz||17.6 oz||13.9 oz|
|Wattage||1800 W||1800 W||1200 W|
Top Customer Reviews
First off, any claim that there is a warranty attached is a STRAIGHT LIE. Amazon.com is NOT an authorized dealer of t3. You CAN NOT register ANY T3 product bought from Amazon. The dealer actually told me to lie to T3 and tell them I bought it at an authorized dealer. Seriously? Even if you did lie, you would need a receipt to get any type of exchange if your product failed for any reason. I told him "Sir, you are actually lying because that is not the policy," to which all the words he could mutter was "yeah."
That there, even if it was a real T3, is a deal breaker in business practice for me.
I've owned a series of T3's over the years, and what I received was a blowdryer that looked like a T3 and had the power of a cheap drugstore con air. Also, to add insult to injury, the manufacturer gave me what he said must have been a "Returned item re-sold" because the serial number on the dryer did not match the serial number on the box.
This is ridiculous and Amazon shouldn't allow this kind of business on their website. Lesson learned: If you're buying something severely discounted than the average retail price, you're not getting one up on anyone. You're just paying a lot of money for a cheap FAKE product. Please reconsider buying a T3 from an authorized dealer. They really are great dryers and you really do get what you pay for.
After checking out, I went to Sephora's in Times Square and told them about the dryer at Marriott and they somehow ended up selling me this T3 Featherweight Luxe 21. I know it's returnable for up to a year, so I'm not worried about it. I do wish that I would have researched it first, though. Although it's an excellent dryer, and I know it's not counterfeit, I am extremely hesitant in keeping it because I've read SEVERAL reviews about this hairdryer, and overwhelmingly, I keep reading that they don't last--Not just on Amazon, but on Sephora's, Ulta, Bloomingdales, Saks and Nordstroms websites, too. Many of which are "authorized dealers". I paid $250 for the T3 Feathrweight, and for that price, I expect that it should last for at least 5-7 years of using about 2-3 times per week, for shorter hair. I just can't take the chance.
Plus, the one I loved at the Marriott, the Andis Ceramic Ionic 1875, is around $30, and every review I've read about them is stellar. Not once did I read that they die after a short amount of time.
The T3 Fearherweight is fabulous, yes, but very risky. Not worth the chance of it conking out. It's going back & I'm getting the Andis Ceramic Ionic 1875--which does just as an amazing job for a pittance of the cost. I recommend the Andis.
About 4 years ago, we decided to stop playing the "when is our hairdryer gonna break?" game and bought a T3 off of one of those television shopping networks. Now, we can't live without it.
I personally have shoulder length, coarse wavy hair with an undercut, and I typically blow out or straighten my hair every day. The others here are a male with short, fine hair and another lady with long, beach waves hair. Our first t3 featherweight managed to keep all of us happy, it dried my thick textured hair fast, and I mean lightning fast. my hair may not be long, but it is rediculously thick, and I cut my hair drying down from aboit 15 minutes to like 6. After about 2 months of use, it was still going strong, even though we all expected it to break just because of our track record. It kept going strong until it broke (the high-off-low switch jiggled out of place) a whole 3 years and 10 months later. We bought this t3 featherweight as a replacement.
I work in a restaurant and people are always giving me compliments on how shiny my hair is, how healthy it looks. and I tell them the truth, most days all I do is use my t3 and thats it. no special creams or sprays, just my hairdryer. it really makes a difference on the appearance of your hair.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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I give it a four star because my cheapo brand is the same weight. Read more
This dryer speeds dry-time significantly and makes the hair smoother than other dryers when styling curly or straight. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ReviewerNYC
Great product. Super light weight which makes it easy to handle especially when holding for a long period of time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
If I could give it no stars I would!! It worked great, for a whole year - wow and that is using it twice a week. I've paid much less for hair dryers that lasted 5 years or more. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Horsegirrl
This is an amazing hair dryer! I have honestly seen such a difference in my hair since I started using it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alyssa K.