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

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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.
Thanks. Yep I didn't find it in my local store, anyone found it? Please post a pic, thanks.
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cheapest i saw was at Canadacomputers when it was $70 off at $139.99 back in December, but from what i recall their stock was extremely low..

remember this as someone was interested at that time..
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Amazon.ca has $10 coupon on top of $74.99 for Conair 3Q. You can use their ongoing $5 promotional credit if you reload gift card of $100 to reduce even further. Below is my order summary:

Order Summary
Item(s) Subtotal: CDN$ 74.99
Shipping & Handling: CDN$ 5.90
FREE Shipping: -CDN$ 5.90
Your Coupon Savings: -CDN$ 10.00
Reload Promotion: -CDN$ 5.00
Total before tax: CDN$ 59.99
Estimated GST/HST: CDN$ 9.10
Estimated PST/RST/QST: CDN$ 0.00
Gift Card Amount: -CDN$ 69.09
Grand Total: CDN$ 0.00

Link to Amazon item:
InfinitiPro by Conair 3Q Brushless Motor Dryer
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I don't know how good this hairdryer is but I doubt the Nanoe tech is worth the additional 100$ over the Tescom hairdryer I bought in Japan. (Light weight, foldable, double negative ion, has buttons and it's Made in Japan. 65$ tax included.)

http://www.tescom-japan.co.jp/products/ ... 4856550208

I'd recommend that one instead if you guys can find it online.

I also have a Conair Testarossa bought at Costco and it's garbage compared to the Tescom. It dries slower, I have the hold it further away to avoid burning my scalp and it's really heavy.
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150 bucks for a hair dryer??? what a bunch of hot air...
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trixstar wrote:
May 2nd, 2017 8:32 pm
Is this better than the dyson? Wouldn't mind trying this out.
My wife prefers this over Dyson because it is 1/3 the price.
I bought both for her and according to her, they perform very similarly
Dyson is much lighter and smaller if that is worth 3x the price to you

Both are great hair dryers. According to reviews, anyone who's experienced either one loves their new hair dryer.
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Does anyone have a screenshot of this at $154? It's showing up for me at $194.99 on Costco.ca. I'd try to price match at CDN Tire if possible. Thanks!
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sonyminidiscman wrote:
May 15th, 2017 10:16 am
150 bucks for a hair dryer??? what a bunch of hot air...
for that price, it should at least blow...oh wait, it does.
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jc427 wrote:
May 15th, 2017 2:06 pm
it looks similar but I can't tell from the flyer if it's the exact same model:

https://www.tnt-supermarket.com/on/wp-c ... b_0512.pdf

I don't know if the costco one is worth the extra $100 compared to the T&T one.
No it's not the same model. The one from T&T is the compact version which has foldable handle and only has 1400w power. The one in this thread has bigger power 1875w and I don't think the handle can be folded. But I prefer the small one as it's lighter and more portable.
T&T Model: EH-NA27 and going for $99.99 this week only until Thursday.

They also sell the costco model (I think) for $159.99
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jc427 wrote:
May 15th, 2017 2:06 pm
it looks similar but I can't tell from the flyer if it's the exact same model:

https://www.tnt-supermarket.com/on/wp-c ... b_0512.pdf

I don't know if the costco one is worth the extra $100 compared to the T&T one.
This is the foldable/compact version, Costco's is the full version.
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sonyminidiscman wrote:
May 15th, 2017 10:16 am
150 bucks for a hair dryer??? what a bunch of hot air...
Target audience - same people that pay big bucks for anti-wrinkle creams.
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alv077 wrote:
May 1st, 2017 11:16 pm
The Nanoe thing is a bunch of hocus-pocus bs...
It is not BS. If you have actually used one you will be able to tell the difference right the way. It makes your hair smoother and shinier. I don't have this model but I have the Japanese model that costs about CAD$250 and it's worth every penny. I've also tried a Conair model that claimed to use the negative ionic technology but it's nowhere as good as Panasonic.

If you are guy with short hair it might be harder to tell the difference, but for me, Panasonic's nanoe hair dryer dries my hair half of the time compare to normal hair dryer. Also, they claim it's good for your scalp and will prevent hair loss.

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