@RiotDemon But think of all the other generic blow dryers. You could swap brand names on any of them and no one would ever know the difference. And the guts of this one are actually more like a $30 generic than a $300+ Dyson which is where it really counts. I seriously don’t think Dyson is worried.
It appears on Amazon this dryer is also sold under the Iconic name.
One reviewer says this dryer does not come with a GFCI plug.
Can someone at meh say whether the Sutra dryer has a GFCI plug? You have no full pics of the cord.
Got mine today. We also have the Dyson hair dryer. They are not the same. They simply ripped off the “design” of the dyson. This one is heavier, doesn’t have the same speeds, the motor is not in the handle. Cord is not as long. Seems to get plenty hot though.
@tsigwing I was being a bit flippant because you’re obviously comparing two very different items outside of the general appearance. You’re doing a comparison for the average person who is unable to receive that type of discount. So even if she’s getting it for $250, the normal consumer isn’t. Just saying… That does beg the question though, do you think the Dyson is good enough for most people to consider buying one if price isn’t a consideration?