Panasonic - Nanoe Hair Dryer - Black/Pink

Panasonic Nanoe Hair Dryer: Achieve your perfect style with this versatile blow dryer's 2 speeds, 3 heat settings and 3 included nozzles. Nanoe technology adds volume and infuses moisture for dry hair that won't dry out.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Nanoe Hair Dryer
  • Quick-dry nozzle, set nozzle, diffuser

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (73 out of 76)

Features


Nanoe technology

Infuses moisture-rich particles into the shafts of your hair while you dry for a healthy, voluminous look.

3 heat settings and 2 speeds

Offer versatile styling options. Cool Shot offers a blast of cool air to help set your look.

3 included nozzles

Include a quick-dry nozzle, set nozzle and diffuser for a range of possible styles.

1875W of power

Ensure steady, reliable functionality.


Overall customer rating

Rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars with 76 reviews

97%of customers would recommend this to a friend

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Professional Dryer

    Posted
    WesternSky
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member
    • Top 25 Contributor

    I couldn't wait to try out this hair dryer. This unit has 1,875 watts of power, which is more than enough power to dry long hair. The Panasonic Nanoe has 3 different heat settings (from low to high). It also features a cool shot button, which allows you to throttle down the heat to prevent your dryer from over-drying your hair. This unit boasts noise levels at 87 decibels, which is easily one of the quietest hair dryers that I've ever used. The dryer is easy to hold, is light and has a good feel in your hand. The Nanoe technology seems to keep my hair moisture at an acceptable level. After use my hair retains its natural shine and softness. The unit comes with a (LONG) 9-foot electrical cord. No extension cords needed with this one. NICE! The Nanoe comes with several attachments (a concentrator, a quick dry nozzle, and a diffuser). You will have to try out each attachment and see which one/s work for you the best. All of the attachments are a welcomed addition and I used them all. Warranty is advertised at a length of 2 years, which is a decent amount of time. Overall, the Panasonic Nanoe hair dryer is a pleasure to own and use. You won't be disappointed with this choice. Great product.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great hair dryer for everyday use.

    Posted
    couponkingofjax
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    This hair dryer gets the job done. We haven't updated our hair dryer in about 15 years in this house, so the panasonic nanoe hair dryer is a nice upgrade to an otherwise normal household item. My fiance described the hair dryer best "It makes my hair so silky smooth like the hair of a magical unicorn in a field of wildflowers in secret meadow of the enchanted forest of lalaland" I mean I dunno how you can get more praise for a hair dryer than that. She absolutely loves it. All in all if you're looking for a solid hair dryer that gets the job done this family would highly recommend it!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Hair drying with added ions

    Posted
    DavidJr
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Member
    • Top 250 Contributor

    The Panasonic - Nanoe Hair Dryer looks and feels like a professional salon hair dryer. It is slightly heavier than your standard generic hair dryer, but not by much. The nanoe outlet appears to work the same way as the ionizer on compressed air tools for electronics, though it is hard to tell. My daughter has been the primary user and she does claim that straightening her hair afterwards has been a bit easier, so I would say it is retaining moisture compared to her other dryer. The extra attachments also help make styling easier as you can direct the flow or use the diffuser to dry without blowing your hair everywhere. The speed and temperature controls are independent of each other, so you can have no heat but full speed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice, but pricey.

    Posted
    pillboy
    • Tech Insider Network

    First I would like to disclose that I received the Panasonic EH-NA65-K hand-held hair dryer with nanoe™ technology in exchange for my review. Being a man with average length hair, I am not the target audience for this particular product, but I have used a hair dryer on days I am leaving the house, for forty-plus years. I think that qualifies me to make a few observations based on past experiences. I have noticed in more than one place that this dryer is referred to as black/pink. The trim color looks red to me under “warm," incandescent light bulbs, but does have a slight pinkish hue in daylight from the window. The main body color is a matte black finish that gives the product an expensive look. While it does not have a cord reel, the long cord is nice to have especially if you are using the dryer someplace other than at a bathroom vanity. The dryer I was using before the Panasonic was delivered has a retractable cord and I do not especially care for it as I found the cord a little on the short side and I never retracted it anyway (it was a hand-me-down from my wife). The switches on the Panasonic for fan speed and air temperature while not Lexus-like in feel, do appear to be a little nicer than other hair dryers I have experienced. The three included accessories easily, but securely, snap on and off of the dryer’s nozzle. Overall, the product makes a good first impression, as it should considering the MSRP price point. The first thing I noticed about the Panasonic when I used it was that it is noticeably quieter than the dryer I was previously using. Since a hair dryer spends its working life about a foot from your head, I decided to round up all of the dryers I could find (current one, one from a suitcase, and one I took to work to remove stickers) and compare them with the Panasonic using a sound meter app on my phone. I will refer to them as A, B and C. Dryer A has two fan speeds, and it produced 80 and 91 decibels respectively at about 12 inches from my phone. Dryer B has three fan speeds that produce 76, 85, and 87 decibels. Dryer C has two fan speeds and produced 76 and 89 decibels. The Panasonic has two fan speeds and produced 72 and 81 decibels. In my opinion, a very noticeable, and welcomed difference in noise output. I then checked the heat produced at the nozzle using a hand-held, laser-aimed, infrared thermometer. I checked a few different spots at the nozzle exit and aimed from the side so that I wasn’t aiming directly at the heating coils. I also did not take measurements of the “cool” setting as that is just the fan blowing air without the heating elements running. All of these hair dryers claim 1875 watts of heating “power," so I kind of expected similar temperatures on their “high” heat settings. Dryer A has two heat settings and produces temperatures of 117 and 148 degrees Fahrenheit with the fan running on the low setting. Dryer B cannot adjust heat and fan settings separately and since it has three fan speeds, it has three heat settings also, producing 108, 125, and 157 degrees Fahrenheit. Dryer C (again separate speed and heat adjustability) produces 126 and 144 degrees, both while using low speed on the fan. The Panasonic EH-NA65-K with separately controlled fan speed and heat settings (in my opinion, the only correct way to make a hair dryer), produces 110 and 150 degrees Fahrenheit on the low fan speed. The last thing I could measure objectively was the weight of the hair dryers. This can make a difference for some people when they have to wave this thing around their head for 10 minutes or more if they have long, thick hair. Dryer A which happens to be an ionic dryer and the one with the retractable cord, weighs 1 pound 3 ounces. Dryers B and C which are bare-bones and inexpensive, weigh 13 ounces and 12 ounces respectively. The Panasonic which at first glance looks somewhat big and bulky, also weighs 1 pound 3 ounces. All weights were taken on an electronic, digital food scale with the cord supported so that it didn’t influence the measurement. I have also attached a picture of the four dryers to illustrate their relative dimensions. Would I recommend this hair dryer based on performance…absolutely. At this price…definitely not for everyone.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    works well, and doesnt dry out your hair

    Posted
    wase4711
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    my hair isnt long enough to give this a real test, so I have had my wife use this for several days, and she says she really likes it! it doesnt dry out her hair like some of her other dryers do, and she likes how quiet it is, and how much quicker it seems to dry her hair.. That sounds like a big time like to me! Its a bit more expensive than some of the cheapo hair dryers, but if it makes your wife happy, then its money well spent!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing!

    Posted
    Zaid
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    Honestly this hair dryer is amazing it has enough power to dry even long hair quickley. 3 attachment can cover all hair needs. LED feature is amazing that let you direct it perfectly.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    It's a quirky and fun blowdryer

    Posted
    TechEnthusiast
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    The Panasonic Nanoe Hair Dryer is a truly unique device. Beyond just being a basic hair dryer, the Nanoe claims to use a unique technology to charge the water droplets in your hair in such a way to promote drying without frizzing. The manual is nice enough to include a very scientific explanation for how this works (which I didn't really understand at all). I didn't personally experience it, but the manual warns that this process may result in water discharging out of the back of the device. I got a good chuckle out of that. The unit is fairly hefty and comes with three different nozzle attachments. It has a styling head, a diffuser head, and a "quick dry" head. It also comes with three different temperature settings (cool, warm, and hot), and it has a "quick-shot" cool air button that can give a quick burst of cool air while operating on the warm or hot settings. Honestly, I noticed very little difference between the "quick dry" head and operating the device without a nozzle attachment. But to be fair, my hair is fairly short and tends to blowdry rather quickly as it is. The diffuser attachment did a great job of drying my hair without disturbing my hair style. That being said, this attachment is huge (almost as large as my head itself), and I'm sure it was a comical site watching me dry my hair with it. I like the versatility of this blowdryer, and the range of options it provides. I'm not exactly a connoisseur of hair dryers or other hair care products, but I would recommend this to a friend.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Honest Review

    Posted
    Stylian
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    You wont go wrong with this Hair dryer. +The hair dryer is very slick, smooth and very light weight which makes it easy to hold. Your arms and hands to not get tired easily. +It has three settings: Hot/Warm/Cool. Blows out air strongly, but not erratically. So you can style your hair while drying it. +Drys hair very quickly and smoothly, so it comes out looking very healthy. Having thick curly hair, this is a plus, because many dryers leave my hair frissy and dried out. +Comes with three extensions which includes a diffuser, so you do not have to buy. -Negative point: The cord. Disappointed that it does not have a function/button for the cord to wrap inside the dryer. For an expensive and modern dryer, wrapping the cord around the dryer seems dated. For someone with lots of hair you need a great hair dryer and this fits the bill.

    I would recommend this to a friend




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