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  • Dyson has launched a supersonic hairdryer
  • Dyson has launched a supersonic hairdryer
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Dyson has launched a supersonic hairdryer

Dyson’s first foray into the beauty sector is a super-quiet, super-expensive hairdryer. Sporting the brand's signature mix of engineering and design, the Dyson Supersonic is launching in Japan, but may be more suitable for salons than dry shampoo-loving Brits when it arrives in the UK in June 2016.

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