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[Costco] Panasonic Smooth and Shiny Hair Dryer with Nanoe Technology

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[Costco] Panasonic Smooth and Shiny Hair Dryer with Nanoe Technology

Hot deal on a fantastic hair dryer. The Nanoe thing is a bunch of hocus-pocus bs... but it's a fantastic dryer nevertheless.

https://www.costco.ca/Panasonic-Smooth- ... 06134.html
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Jun 17, 2015
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Would it be even cheaper if I go pick up in store?
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Is this better than the dyson? Wouldn't mind trying this out.
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Anyone who can give their opinion on very good blowdryers around this price range?
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Buy first and think later, thats the costco way!
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$154.99 is the lowest price I've seen as my recall, very tempting
would the in-store price even go lower?
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trixstar wrote:
May 2nd, 2017 8:32 pm
Is this better than the dyson? Wouldn't mind trying this out.
Can this be a better dryer than the Dyson one?
I dunno, but I would not pay $499 for a hair dryer for sure
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it can dry your hair, without drying it out Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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Great blowdryer and does it fast without drying out hair

But it is kinda big and bulky
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lorreilme wrote:
May 2nd, 2017 8:46 pm
$154.99 is the lowest price I've seen as my recall, very tempting
would the in-store price even go lower?
yes it should be cheaper instore (likely $10 less based on previous experiences) but that said, its not very likely it will be in stock. the only hairdryer I've seen on the shelf's is the conair testarossa @$29.99 if I'm not mistaken.
Vasilyke wrote:
May 2nd, 2017 8:36 pm
Anyone who can give their opinion on very good blowdryers around this price range?
cant say much about this pana blowdryer as I'd likely never ever pay this much but I recently got the conair infiniti pro 3q (which by happenchance is also onsale @$74.99) at a Cantire PM @$65 (or so) & I love it. 3 heat + 3 speeds fits all my needs & drys my hair much faster due to the tornado like wind speeds plus I like that its not too hot (atleast not hot enough to burn my scalp unlike the cheapo dryers).

it also features titanium ceramic ionic tech for 75% less frizz but honestly I cant tell if its just marketing BS or whatever. what I do know is the extended & heavier gauge cord makes it feel premium & last but not least, its has a brushless motor which is claimed to last 10x longer than normal ac motors. all in all, I can't say I'm disappointed.
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My daughter just bought the Dyson from the Shopping Channel. They had a Beauty15 promo code last week which took 15% off plus I was a Rogers VIP many years ago and whenever I sign in it automatically takes 10% off. So in the end she got it for $382.49 plus tax.
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trixstar wrote:
May 2nd, 2017 8:32 pm
Is this better than the dyson? Wouldn't mind trying this out.
It's great. It blows out cold air from the top nozzle when you use warm air. No idea what that does, but you can't argue with results.
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scotsum wrote:
May 2nd, 2017 10:14 pm
yes it should be cheaper instore (likely $10 less based on previous experiences) but that said, its not very likely it will be in stock. the only hairdryer I've seen on the shelf's is the conair testarossa @$29.99 if I'm not mistaken.



cant say much about this pana blowdryer as I'd likely never ever pay this much but I recently got the conair infiniti pro 3q (which by happenchance is also onsale @$74.99) at a Cantire PM @$65 (or so) & I love it. 3 heat + 3 speeds fits all my needs & drys my hair much faster due to the tornado like wind speeds plus I like that its not too hot (atleast not hot enough to burn my scalp unlike the cheapo dryers).

it also features titanium ceramic ionic tech for 75% less frizz but honestly I cant tell if its just marketing BS or whatever. what I do know is the extended & heavier gauge cord makes it feel premium & last but not least, its has a brushless motor which is claimed to last 10x longer than normal ac motors. all in all, I can't say I'm disappointed.
Any problems price matching with Costco? Some stores won't because it's membership based....
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Kitana wrote:
May 3rd, 2017 11:18 am
Any problems price matching with Costco? Some stores won't because it's membership based....
I did the crappytire pm on a sdm flyer sale & there was no issues. that said I've never done a craptire to costco sale pm so I really dont know but here's what I'd do. I'd print out the costco.ca sale page & try it - no harm no foul as the most they can do is say no.

based on my research, the conair infiniti pro can be a love it or hate it proposition - some peeps cant handle the extreme air flow (so much so I use it to dry glass & electronics when the need arises) & some like it hotter. for me, its just about perfect as the xtra air speed drys me hair way faster & I can hold it closer to the scalp for longer coz its not scalding hot. but to each his own so I'd recommend u get it at the store you're most comfortable with on returns.

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