The BaByliss Eco Hair Dryer was designed to meet the performance level of the average 2000Q hair dryer, but with just half the power consumption requirements. Supposedly the compact sized hair dryer improves upon efficiency by utilizing a more powerful airflow mechanism which pushes more warm air quickly with less energy loss.
Like many of the newest models, the BaByliss Eco Hair Dryer is equipped with an ionic element, which purportedly moisturizes hair more effectively while cutting drying time; two heat/speed settings allows users to control the amount of heat applied, while a nozzle helps direct air with more precision.
We're not sure how this measures up to our personal favourite hair dryer, the T3 Bespoke Featherweight Hair Dryer, but we like seeing common home appliances like the hair dryer becoming more energy efficient. The question is whether it performs on equal footing to their non-efficient competitors, so we'll have to wait to get our hands on a test model before endorsing.
Available via Nigel's Eco Store.