Will my UK hairdryer work if I use it in the USA?

Answer voltage different they use 110v we use 240 v

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Can I use a U.S. hairdryer in Australia?

Australian electricity is dispensed differently than it is in the United States: the voltage is 240 instead of 120 and the plugs are shaped differently. Some hairdryers are made specifically for tr... Read More »

Who manufactures the Solano hairdryer?

Solano International manufactures the Solano brand of hairdryers. The company sells hairdryers and other styling appliances on its own website, as well as in professional hair salons, beauty stores... Read More »

Who invented the electric hairdryer?

The electric hairdryer, according to My Hairstyling Tools, was invented by Alexandre F. Godefoy in 1890. He created the appliance in France. Later, in 1922, very small electric motors were created ... Read More »

What Is an Ionic Hairdryer?

Ionic hairdryers have become all the rage in the styling industry, with companies from Revlon to CHI selling millions each year. Manufacturers claim that these are far superior to traditional hair... Read More »