Volare Luxury Hair Dryer uses a real Ferrari engine

by Ally

Hair dryers are typically nothing to get excited over.  I use one regularly, but when purchasing one I care more about the price than I do the extras.  Only one other time, besides this time, have I actually thought a hair dryer was worth looking over and it just so happens it’s from the same company as this one.  It turns out that Conair’s BaByliss line is bound and determined to stand out from the crowd, because they have yet another news worthy addition.  This time they’re putting a hair dryer up for purchase that is driven by a Ferrari engine.  Yes, seriously.

This thing will run for up to 2000 hours, which is a lot compared to the usual 500 to 700 hours of the average dryer.  The integrated AC V12 engine is 2200 watts and was designed to maximize airflow, have fast drying and even have a long lasting styling effect.  The turbo-shot instant boost airflow actually increases the airflow pressure by up to 15 percent.  There is a small compact version of the dryer as well as a medium size.  They come in black as well as the typical Ferrari red.  Unfortunately this is only available for the pro stylists out there and it’ll cost them quite a bit.  Each one is going for right around $400.

Source: BornRich

5 reviews or comments

hukiworld Says: August 15, 2010 at 9:46 am

You got to be kidding me. $400 to spit air lmao! No thanks!

Neagle Says: August 15, 2010 at 4:37 pm

Does it come with the Ferrari service contract? For $400 it better.

Johhny B Goode Says: August 16, 2010 at 11:38 am

you might want to learn the difference between an “engine” (internal combustion) and a motor (external combustion). A Ferrari engine is gasoline powered while a Ferrari motor is powered by electricity.

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