About the product:
- Flexing manganese copper alloy plates shape to gather hair
- Maximize run time with Charging dock
- Features auto shut-off and safety lock option
- OLED screen -Displays battery level, temperature control and charging status during use
- Suitable for all hair types -Three precise heat settings (165°C, 185°C and 210°C) to suit your hair type, length and desired style
Dyson solves the problems others tend to ignore. To solve real-world hair care roblems like protecting natural shine and smoothness while preventing extreme heat damage, Dyson created state-of-the-art laboratories. Even inventing new methods of testing to analyze 1,010 miles of real hair. The end result was a new kind of hair dryer, hair styler, and hair straightener. All three are designed to help protect your natural shine from extreme heat damage, every time you style.
About the brand:
Dyson Limited is a British technology company established in the United Kingdom by James Dyson in 1991. It designs and manufactures household appliances such as vacuum cleaners, air purifiers, hand dryers, bladeless fans, heaters, hair dryers, and lights.
How to use:
1. Unlock your straightener
Simply slide up the Lock button on the front of your straightener to open it.
2. Insert the Flight-ready tag
This will enable your straightener's controls. Your tag is tethered to your straightener.
3. Fully charge your straightener
To maximise cordless run time, always fully charge your straightener before using it. For further tips on how to maximise run time.
4. Prepare your hair for styling
Your hair should be dry before you style. To get the best results, make sure it's also tangle-free.
5. Turn your straightener on
Press and hold the Power button until a battery icon appears on the screen.
6. Choose your temperature
As the flexing plates enable enhanced styling with less heat for less hair damage1, we recommend you try the lowest setting of 165°C first. If you feel you need more heat for your hair type, length or desired style, you can increase the temperature to 185°C or 210°C."