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Goody Smart Temp 1875 Watt Blow Dryer

Speed to First Woot:
1m 10.771s
First Sucker:
prayash
Last Wooter to Woot:
classicbiz
Last Purchase:
2 years ago
Order Pace (rank):
Top 12% of Sellout Woots
Top 31% of all Woots
Woots Sold (rank):
Top 16% of Sellout Woots
Top 10% of all Woots

Purchaser Experience

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  • 8% second woot
  • 32% < 10 woots
  • 22% < 25 woots
  • 28% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 8% joined today
  • 2% one week old
  • 4% one month old
  • 21% one year old
  • 66% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 81% bought 1
  • 10% bought 2
  • 9% bought 3

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Quality Posts


inkycatz


quality posts: 105 Private Messages inkycatz

Tell us about this hair dryer! I know some of you have one.

I'm just hanging out, really.

sarahjoe


quality posts: 0 Private Messages sarahjoe
inkycatz wrote:Tell us about this hair dryer! I know some of you have one.



I bought it from woot a few weeks ago for my wife and it is awesome! She loves it and it's very high quality, especially at this price.

Also, it is the only dryer I've seen with the dial for the heat which is great and allows you more fine adjustment of the temp.

As a guy, I never thought I would be excited about a hair dryer, but this thing is super cool!

coriwhite


quality posts: 5 Private Messages coriwhite

I bought this a while ago so I could leave a dryer at my BF's house. I like it enough that I am considering switching it with my primary hairdryer at my house so I get to use it more often. I also recommended it to my roommate when her hairdryer died, and she seems to like it as well. It's relatively quiet, and dries my curly hair quickly. I've never used it without one of the two attachments (concentrator or diffuser). As for the range of temperatures, I still pretty much just set it use hot, medium, and cool. It's just by feel instead of by number, the same way my gas stove works.

da3878


quality posts: 0 Private Messages da3878

Bought this last time it was up for $2 more. Cannot use it in several rooms because it causes the lights to flicker and makes everyone nauseated. It does work in one room downstairs without flickering, but was purchased for the upstairs bathroom. Have tried the other 2 hairdryers we have in all of the locations without the flickering lights.

Other than that, it works well and the heat dial is good, as we were going to use it on our 2 yr old.

sparky9848


quality posts: 0 Private Messages sparky9848

I bought 2 last time around and I am not as happy as I thought I would be. It works well, like the settings, it is quiet but the power is not there. I like it to blow hard and it is not doing this. So it seems to take longer to dry my long hair. I wish I didnt order 2!! I thought they would be powerful like my old one but they are not. I will continue to use it and just be patient on the drying time. For the money you cant beat it!

col443


quality posts: 2 Private Messages col443

I purchased this a while back and love it! I have long very thick hair and this dries it a lot faster than my old dryer. The settings are nice and it is pretty quiet. Have not had any problems with flickering lights in the house.

anniecs


quality posts: 0 Private Messages anniecs

Bought three on 11/20/2012 for $9.99 each and I thought that was a great deal! Go for it! It's quiet and dries my long hair quickly. I gave one to my older sister and one to a younger sister. Five sisters...maybe I should buy three more. :-)

extech01


quality posts: 3 Private Messages extech01
inkycatz wrote:Tell us about this hair dryer! I know some of you have one.



I got one for my girlfriend and she loves it.

conanthelibrarian


quality posts: 3150 Private Messages conanthelibrarian

$34.99 at drugstore.com with some very solid reviews.

http://www.drugstore.com/goody-heat-smarttemp-1875-wat-turbo-dryer/qxp393399

lagger


quality posts: 1 Private Messages lagger
conanthelibrarian wrote:$34.99 at drugstore.com with some very solid reviews.

http://www.drugstore.com/goody-heat-smarttemp-1875-wat-turbo-dryer/qxp393399



you did notice this at the bottom of all of the reviews right ?

This reviewer is employed by drugstore.com or its affiliate and receives free product in exchange for providing his/her opinion on products sold on the drugstore.com™ webpage. Although this reviewer maintains an endorser/advertiser relationship with drugstore.com™, this review represents his/her honest opinions, findings, and/or experiences.

kitcatbrat


quality posts: 23 Private Messages kitcatbrat

Oh no! $2 cheaper than I paid for it a while back! I do love it, though...definitely recommend. I don't even use the attachments because I'm lazy and I don't think I'd do it right. It's fine without the diffuser or other thingy

CaviMike


quality posts: 6 Private Messages CaviMike

"1875 watts"

A standard US 120v circuit is 15amps. 15amps x 120volts = 1800 watts.

Yes there are 20amp circuits but they're not anywhere that someone would be drying their hair. Besides, they use a different plug.

Regardless - the most powerful this thing can be is 1500 watts. That's an Underwriters Laboratories regulation.

Personal info is personal.

xercess


quality posts: 3 Private Messages xercess

I wanted a hair dryer to uhhh, dry my hair, and warm/melt some Murray's Pomade for my pomp. It works excellent (and that's a word I don't throw around lightly). It can get warm super quickly, and without smelling like an old furnace (my favorite part). Also I'm really glad it has a hanging loop on the end of the handle, I use a 3m pull-strip hook to keep it out of the way from being clutter.

Two thumbs up.

sarahjoe wrote:As a guy, I never thought I would be excited about a hair dryer, but this thing is super cool!



webgenie


quality posts: 3 Private Messages webgenie

This sold for 2 dollars more during Yesterdays Woot off...and supposedly sold out! I am saying Hogwash!

I would so buy this for this price right now...but damn...now I don't feel so trusting...


ThunderThighs


quality posts: 547 Private Messages ThunderThighs

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webgenie wrote:This sold for 2 dollars more during Yesterdays Woot off...and supposedly sold out! I am saying Hogwash!

I would so buy this for this price right now...but damn...now I don't feel so trusting...



We will sometimes end a sale early in the woot-off so it wasn't necessarily sold out.



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