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    Mijia H900 Hair Dryer Review: A Thousand Yuan Hair Dryer Equipped With Different Blowing Modes

    Mijia H900 Hair Dryer: If you are in the market for a feature-laden hair dryer that doesn’t cost a bomb, the Mijia high-speed hairdryer H900 might just fill the bill.

    The Mijia high-speed hairdryer H900 packs a powerful 13-blade high-speed motor at 106,000 RPM. It adopts a flow channel design that minimizes pressure loss, allowing the wind speed to reach 60m/s, and the high-speed airflow gets evenly distributed to each hair strand and instantly take away the hair Tip moisture.

    It is relatively harder to dry your hair quickly in winter, and it is hard to work without first getting your hair dry, this issue is usually faced by girls, The recently launched Mijia high-speed hairdryer H900 is crafted to solve this problem.

    First off, the packaging for the H900 is visibly different from the outer packaging of the previous Mijia hairdryer. The newfangled model comes in a box with a magic streamer texture, and the box contains the hairdryer, the air nozzle, the diffuser nozzle, and a bracket.

    Sporting a simplistic design, the hairdryer uses a secondary anode sandblasting oxidation process. The power code has a cable tie that makes it easier for you to store the hairdryer. The fuselage houses four buttons including the temperature adjustment button, wind speed adjustment button, one-button cold air, and the switch button.

    This coordination brings 12 combinations of wind temperature and speed to meet your different needs. The air inlet is placed at the tail of the handle, and the anti-entanglement design is used, so you can dry your hair without worrying about the hair strands.

    There are two styling nozzles- – both made using high-temperature heat insulation materials and injection molding, and it adopts the magnetic suction technology. You can replace the nozzles with a light suction, which is not affected by hot hands.

    The air nozzle ensures that the airflow is more concentrated, and you can create the inner buckle hairstyle using the cool air mode. The diffuser nozzle distributes the airflow more evenly and can disperse longer-lasting curly hairstyles with the cold air mode too. The wind speed reaches up to 60m/s.

    While you can’t fold the H900, it comes with an exclusive storage bracket. The frosted aluminum alloy is integrally made with a similar texture. This highly efficient hairdryer carries a price tag of 1,299 yuan, but you can purchase it for 999 yuan during the Double Eleven.

    The negative ion generator can generate more than 10 million negative ions, minimizing static electricity, and improving frizz. The air outlet temperature can be adjusted in real-time with high-frequency intelligent temperature control of 50 times/s to make sure you do not end up damaging your hair due to overheating. The motor is placed in the handle of the H900, and the hairdryer weighs in at less than 600 grams, meaning, those with long hair won’t get tired after using it for a long time.  Are you willing to shell out 999 yuan for this dryer? Let us know in the comments section below.

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