Sam Villa utilizes patented Evolution-Turbo Compressor technology to blow stylists away with an ergonomically correct blow dryer that delivers intense power and airflow in a quiet, incredibly light dryer. The E-T.C. Light Professional Ionic Hair Dryer is designed for minimum effort and maximum results. Stylists have been asking me to develop a blow dryer for awhile and I wanted to make sure I could create one that fit into my ergonomic philosophy, especially when it came to the weight and sound. I was determined to develop a very light and quiet blow dryer thats durable and powerful with an ergonomic handle for all day comfort. The E-T.C. Light Professional Ionic Hair Dryer is made exclusively for Sam Villa in cooperation with the GammaPiu Company in Italy, well regarded for their design innovation and top quality performance. Its compact (only 18 cm long), light-weight (less than a pound) and has a patented Evolution-Turbo Compressor that delivers intense power quietly all features contributing to an ergonomically correct design that reduces muscle strain for hairdressers. It has built in ceramic/tourmaline ion generation for maximum shine and frizz reduction, features two heat settings and three speed settings, and a cool shot button to lock in styles and promote luster. Other features include a 10 foot long cord and a removable filter that twists to unlock for easy cleaning.
The E-T.C. Light Professional Ionic Hair Dryer also comes with two rotating concentrator nozzles (wide and narrow) and a deep bowl diffuser. Im educating stylists on how to direct nozzles correctly and its amazing how many stylists are repositioning their bodies to accommodate the nozzle when they should be repositioning the nozzle to accommodate their bodies. When a nozzle is positioned vertically to the blow dryer, the airflow to the head is minimized and surface area reduced. If a nozzle is turned diagonally, the air will flow around the head hitting a larger surface area, which will dry hair faster.
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