I've had my share of expensive hairdryers in my life and I have been disappointed with them all - first, because I didn't notice a significant difference between mine and my friends' drugstore brands but second and more importantly, they all died out on me way too soon (lasted about a year and a half maximum) for the couple of hundred dollars I paid for them. I'd been using an inexpensive Tigi hairdryer for nearly 5 years and while it hasn't quite died yet I noticed that it was working as well as it had in the beginning and I really needed something new. While it's too soon to know how long this dryer will last (I've had it about a week and used it only 2 or 3 times so far), I've been impressed with the dryer itself and the experience of using it. You can really customize the heat and strength of the dryer. It's got a cool shot BUTTON, not trigger, so it stays down after you press it and you press it again to release it instead of having to hold it down. It has a pretty digital screen that shows you the temp and fan speed. It comes with a storage bag and 3 accessory attachments. It's solid but not too heavy and the cord is very long. I'm pretty attached to this dryer as of now so I really hope it lasts a long time!
As a professional stylist I get great deals on tools and products but o.co was cheaper than I could buy it for. I have used all the best dryers there are and fhi is by far the best you can get at any cost. I'd highly recommend it to anyone.
This is a very nice hair dryer. The digital panel and everything is really cool. I love all the settings, and how nice and lightweight it is. It comes with all the attachments you could ever want. After a max of about a month of use, I noticed the power button wasn't functioning correctly. It was like I had to push it just right to turn it off or on, so that's what I did until the day it stopped working completely. Now I have to contact the manufacturer for a replacement. Good thing it comes with a two-year warranty.