ProDryer! WOW!! Professional Blow-Dryer!

WOW!! Who knew I would have a better blow dryer than my stylist!! This is a definitely a professional, salon quality blow-dryer. This is NOT one of those cheap home use blow dryers. This is a heavy-duty; high wattage motor with a heavy-duty (EXTRA LONG cord! 9 feet LONG!!) cord!  The cord itself is even impressive!!  With a heavy-duty loop for hanging and the ProDryer 2800 even has a circuit breaker plug!! I am loving this Professional Hair Dryer!!


This blow dryer is a 2100 watt blow dryer and designed for 10,000 HOURS of continuous use!!

There are two main buttons or rocker switches. The top switch is cold air, medium airflow and maximum airflow. Second switch is the same but for hot air. A small red button at the top gives you a fast continuous blast of cool air. I love the cool air blast to set my curl.

There is a removable air vent so it’s easy to clean. Periodically cleaning the vent will help the air flow and keep your ProDryer in tip-top shape. Simply unscrew from the dryer, rinse, let dry and then re-attach to the dryer.

ProDryer1There are 2 nozzles that come with the ProDryer 2800. One very exacting narrow nozzle, about 3″ for more concentrated drying. The second nozzle is 2½” wide.  I’m impressed with both nozzles, I am able to dry and style at the same time! LOVE  THAT!!

The hair dryer itself is light! Weighing in at 19 ounces. The cord is what adds to the weight. I still find this much lighter and easy to use for long periods of time without my arms screaming!

There are indentations on the handle to make this hairdryer so much easier to hold than ANY other I’ve tried!!


NOT a single solitary one!! After the first use, I threw my old blow dryer into the trash. The ProDryer 2800 is hands DOWN the best I’ve ever used!!

Disclosure: I have received complimentary/free products for the purpose of this review. The opinions are 100% mine. I have not been influenced in any way. I am disclosing this in accordance with Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising. Peanut Butter And Whine.

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