< Rusk W8less Professional Lightweight Ceramic Tourmaline Hair Dryer

Rusk W8less Professional Lightweight Ceramic Tourmaline Hair Dryer

If you searching for one that's fairly quiet, lightweight, ceramic, tourmaline, budget-friendly, The Rusk Ceramic Tourmaline Hair Dryer is your shortlist, it met your needs. Said one owner, "I never knew my hair could feel so much sleeker and less frizzy just by investing a little more money in a good blow dryer, I was so surprised to feel my hair after my very first use! ". Frizz ia all but eliminated. Extremely curly hair becomes manageable, drying time is shortened, and beauty is definitely enhanced. It's been over a year later and this dryer is still going strong! The drying time is shorter than other hair dryers, and the dryer still works just as well as it did when I first purchased it. I LOVE this blow dryer! Will definitely be buying another one whenever this one finally dies.

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Rusk W8less Professional Lightweight Ceramic Tourmaline Hair Dryer


It is lighter in weight. If you have nerve compression issues, or if you just have a hard time holding hair dryers for a long period of time, then this is a blow dryer that definitely feels lighter in weight than other dryer felt.

The Rusk W8less offers more drying flexibility than the other models on our shortlist as it provides 2000 watt motor with ion generator, three heat settings, three speed settings, and a cool shot button, 8 feet power cord. One concentrator nozzle is included, but a diffuser is not. If you use a diffuser and you want to buy this product -- which we highly recommend-- you could certainly find an a la carte diffusing attachment to fit the Rusk if you don't already have one. It's also possible you won't even need a diffuser once you try this salon-grade dryer. Customers of all hair types rave about how sleek and frizz-free their hair becomes after using the Rusk. People who value a lightweight hair dryer are especially impressed with how easy it is to maneuver this one-pound appliance while styling their hair. We did encounter a few complaints about the concentrator nozzle popping off with excessive air force. This is a minor concern when compared to the overall package, however, and we feel that it should not deter a potential buyer who is intrigued by this excellent product.

The Rusk W8less employs ceramic tourmaline technology to gently dry and protect hair. How this works: the Rusk's ceramic grill is infused with tourmaline, which emits gentle infrared heat. At the same time, the 2000-watt motor emits negative ions to break down moisture and speed drying time. In spite of its strong motor, some users comment that the Rusk W8less seems less "powerful" than its competitors. However, this is not a mistake on the manufacturer's part. When you look at the beautiful results this product yields, it's clear that the Rusk W8less has been engineered with utmost care to serve consumers both aesthetically and ergonomically.


At a cost of $41, the Rusk W8less is on the high end of our pricing spectrum. However, if you're looking for a miraculous dryer that can style your hair to salon-like quality, this product is the one to get. The Rusk boats a 2000-watt motor, but it actually uses less "power" than some of its competitors. This is not a bad thing in the case of the Rusk. Infrared tourmaline heat gently dries hair; negative ions speed up the process by breaking down water molecules quickly. Owners tell us their hair looks sleeker and less frizzy than ever before. And it's called "W8less" for a reason: owners love how light and easy it is to manipulate this ergonomically designed appliance.