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Panasonic Hair Dryer with Nanoe Technology and 3 attachments including Quick-Dry Nozzle, for Smooth, Shiny Hair.

Panasonic Hair Dryer with Nanoe Technology and 3 attachments including Quick-Dry Nozzle, for Smooth, Shiny Hair and Professional Results , EH-NA65-K


Panasonic EH-NA65-K Nanoe Moisture Infusion Hair Dryer. Reduce Damage. Enhance Shine. Improve Smoothness.
With the new nano-e (pronounced nano-E) Hair Dryer from Panasonic, you can dry your hair without drying it out. How? Our unique nano-e technology takes the moisture from your hair and in the air, and uses it to create tiny, moisture-rich particles that are small enough to penetrate the shafts of your hair, helping to strengthen and protect it against damage from heat and brushing.* For styling and touch-ups, we've included three smart attachments that help you accelerate drying, add volume and minimize frizz. The versatile nano-e Hair Dryer is the ultimate drying and styling tool for beautiful, healthy looking hair.

The Secret of nano-e Technology
So how does our nano-e technology work? It takes naturally occurring ions present in the air and breaks them down into significantly smaller particles that are then combined and held together by water molecules. These new moisture-rich nano-e particles—with nearly 1,000 times more moisture than regular ions—are infused into the hair while styling. In essence, the nano-e Hair Dryer helps protect and beautify your hair by taking moisture that's outside and putting it on the inside. The result? Smoother, shinier and stronger hair.

Enjoy Faster, Even Drying with Unique Quick-dry Nozzle
Simultaneously delivers strong and soft airflows for quicker, more uniform drying, and nurtures your hair from roots to ends.

Precision Styling with 3 Pro-quality Attachments
Style while you dry with a Quick-dry Nozzle for strong and soft airflows, Concentrator Nozzle for precision styling and a Diffuser to dry curly or wavy hair.

Dry Confidently with 2 Speeds/3 Temperature Settings
High and low velocities for different styles and drying times, plus hot, warm and cool settings for different hair types. A cool-shot button helps to set your style.

Removable Filter
Quickly clean the easy-to-remove filter to help keep your hair dryer operating at peak performance.

Helpful Customer Reviews:

1.  I am not one to buy an expensive hair dryer, but this Panasonic with Nanoe technology is worth every penny. The quality is self-evident when you open the package and pull out this professional sized hairdryer. Although it looks like it would weigh a lot, it is surprisingly light and easy to handle. The controls are simple on the handle, with one side of the switch for temperature, cool, warm, and hot. The other switch is for high or low air flow, yielding 6 possible combinations. The "Nanoe" comes with three nozzles, which slip onto the front of the dryer. The Set Nozzle for precise styling, the Quick-dry nozzle for drying hair quickly and the Diffuser for creating full bodied hair with volume and styling. The is also a "Cool Shot" button on the handle to temporarily turn of the heat, to allow time to style. The dryer comes with a heavy duty 9 foot cord with a safety overheating/reset plug.

2.   I have long hair, that is about half way down my back. I've never been a huge fan of blow dryers and used to just let my hair air dry. Lately my hair is wavier than it used to be if I air dry it, so it doesn't look as nice, and I've started blowing it dry most times I wash it. Previously, I've only purchased a couple of hair dryers, and I don't think I spent much money on them. I have been dealing with some flyaways lately too so when my previous blow dryer quit on me, I did a little research before buying a new one. I never anticipated spending this much money on a blow dryer. I mean, aren't they all the same? I soon learned that the answer is NO.

This is still a fairly new product, so there were not a lot of reviews to go by. I did research on what to look for in a hair dryer. It was pretty easy to decide that negative ions are a good thing when buying a hair dryer. Tourmaline? Ceramic? Well, ok, but what about nanoe? It seems that Panasonic is the only one using this technology right now. Infuses 1000x more moisture into hair than typical ion hair dryers? I was definitely skeptical when I read that.

3.   I tested this hair dryer against two older models we have. One was a Conair with ceramics in the wind tunnel and ionizer. The other was an older BayBliss hair dryer, also with ceramics but no advertized ionizing properties. I didn't use a towel at all for the tests because I figured, if it works as advertized, the Panasonic should dry out my skin less well too. It seems to work.

All three are very good hair dryers. I think the Panasonic did the best job of not fizzing up my hair and leaving it feeling very nice. HOWEVER, it stinks! It smelled like I was blowing melted plastic all around the room. That is not the case when I use either the Conair or the BayBliss. Additionally, while both the others are premium models, neither cost more than $50.

I'm going to let the Panasonic air out for a month or so outdoors in the sun. Maybe some of the plastic stink will outgas and it will be a great hair dryer. Many people aren't as sensitive as I am to these plastic odors. If you love that new car smell, especially the smell of mostly plastic interiors after they have baked in the sun with the windows up, you'll love the smell of the Panasonic. I can't stand the smell of Fabreze or Bounce but maybe you think they're wonderful. If so, you'll think this dryer is to die for.

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