Coanda to curl
The dyson barrels harness an aerodynamic phenomenon called the Coanda effect, to attract hair and wrap hair. Styling with air, not extreme hot.
Coanda to smooth
The Dyson brushes use the Coanda effect to attact hair to the surface of the brush, propelling air along the hair strands for a smooth, straighter style.
Powered by the Dyson digital motor V9
The 13-blade impeller spins at up to 110,000rpm, generating 3.2kPa. Powerful enough to produce the air pressure needed to create the Coanda effect.
Intelligent heat control
Measures airflow temperature over 40 times a second, intelligently controlling the heating element to keep the temperature under 150 Celsius degree. Preventing extreme heart damage.