Product Overview

The Dyson Airstrait straightener uses high-pressure airflow to straighten hair as it dries. Air is precisely heated and projected evenly through the tress as you style, with no need for extreme heat.* It straightens from wet to dry, which can simplify your routine, for a natural straight finish.

• Wet to dry straightening, with air
• No hot plates, no heat damage*
• Engineered to maintain hair strength**
• Styling with air, from wet, means lower temperatures can be used to achieve a natural straight finish, with less damage and breakage***
• Style from wet: straighten and dry hair at the same time; three pre-set temperatures (80°C, 110°C and 140°C) take your hair from wet to finished style, with one machine
• Touch-up or refresh your style from dry; style at 120°C, 140°C or use the optional Boost mode for maximum styling impact
• Intuitive airflow when you need it: your machine senses when hair is between the arms and automatically drops to low airflow when it's not, for quieter and more energy-efficient styling
• LCD screen: high-definition colour display shows airflow and temperature settings, for easy reference when styling
• Auto-pause: after three seconds of inactivity your machine will automatically pause, to saving energy between passes; simply move the machine to restart the airflow
• Intelligent heat control: glass bead thermistors (located in the machine arms) regulate airflow temperature up to 30 times per second, to prevent extreme heat damage and protect hair’s natural shine
• Airflow is projected downwards at a 45° angle to create the tension needed to align hair for a smooth end style, with less damage and breakage**
• Colour: nickel, copper
• Dimensions: 2.4"L x 1.6"W x 13"H
• Weight: 2.27 lbs
• Country of origin: Malaysia

• Dyson Airstrait
• Non-Slip Heat Mat

Warranty Information:
This product comes with a 30-day warranty through TSC and a 2-year warranty through the manufacturer.

*When used in wet to dry mode
**When used in wet to dry mode vs. untreated hair
***When used in wet to dry mode vs. hot plate straighteners which operate with extreme heat

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