The 4 Best Hair Dryers Not Made in China

There’s a joke that says, “God made the world, the rest was made in Chinaâ€, and to some extent, that is true.

Due to the potential manufacturing cost savings of moving production to China, many companies have decided that producing their products out of China is in their best interests, and that number only continues to grow every year.

Unfortunately, not all American consumers are keen on supporting China-made products.

From concerns to the unfair labour practices to simply wanting to support the local economy, many Americans still believe in supporting American-made products.

This includes hair dryers.

Since the best hair dryers are also made by companies who manufacture other power tools, most are not made in the United States. But, there is a handful that is still made in American soil.

With that said, we’ve gone on to list 4 of the best hair dryers NOT made in China.

1.  Harry Josh Pro Dryer 2000

Made in France, the Harry Josh Pro Dryer 2000 has received numerous awards over the years.

In fact, American women’s beauty magazine, Allure, awarded this blow-dryer with its “Best of Beauty Award†in 2014, 2015, and 2016.

Looking at the spec sheet, it’s easy to see why.

Underneath the proverbial hood of this hairdryer is 1,875 watts of power and a cool-shot button. More importantly, you can switch between using ionic heat (best for sleek styles) and nonionic heat (best for volume), depending on what kind of style it is that you want to achieve.

And, while the Harry Josh Pro Dryer 2000 isn’t marketed as a portable or travel dryer, it’s not exactly too large to fit inside a travel case or suitcase.

So long as the price isn’t a concern, we don’t see any reason why you shouldn’t go for this hair-dryer.

Pros:

  • Most powerful dryer in its class
  • A/C motor estimated to last 2,000 hours
  • Patented ergonomic design

Cons:

  • Pricey

2.  Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer

Proudly made in America, the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer is one of the most popular hair dryers in the world today, and, why wouldn’t it be?

When you’re partnered with Jen Atkin, who’s the hairstylist of the Kardashian family, and a favourite of numerous celebrity stylists and beauty veterans such as Adel Chabbi and Linda Wells, you’re definitely going to be the talk of the town.

Celebrity recommendations aren’t the only reason why the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer though.

Fast-drying, lightweight, and equipped with a relatively quiet motor, the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer is a versatile tool that can be used on women who have natural hair and extensions. It can even be used in women with dyed hair and leave them with smooth, as well as shiny, hair without the color tone change.

As for safety, this blow-dryer comes with an internal thermometer that makes sure that it doesn’t heat up beyond 300 degrees.

Safe and reliable, the Dyson is the best in its class for a reason, and it more than justifies its high asking price.

Pros:

  • Internal thermometer safety feature
  • Super-quiet motor
  • Fast drying time
  • Lightweight

Cons:

  • Expensive

3.  Remington D3190

The Remington D3190 is the hairdryer that you get if you want quality without punching a hole in your wallet.

Costing pennies on the dollar compared to the premium price of the other hair dryers on our list, the D3190 is an absolute steal, not just because of how cheap it is, but because of how it comes with technologies like ionic, ceramic, and tourmaline, all at a very, very, very low price point.

The D3190 even comes with an 1875-watt motor, 3 different heat settings, and 2 different speed settings. It even comes with a cold shot button.

As an added bonus, the D3190 comes packed with a diffuser and a concentrator.

Pros:

  • Very affordable
  • Surprisingly powerful
  • Comes with a diffuser and concentrator attachment

Cons:

  • Quality control issues

4.  Harry Josh Pro Tools Ultra Light Pro Dryer

Because, apparently, the Harry Josh Pro Dryer 2000 wasn’t enough, Josh decided to make something that was better in a way that it is faster and lighter.

The Harry Josh Pro Tools Ultra Light Pro Dryer weighs less than a pound, is very quiet, comes with a cord that’s 11 feet, as many as 12 different speed and heat settings, as well as an ionic feature that’s built-in. But, that’s not all.

It can blow dry your hair at speeds of up to 94 miles per hour!

Again, it’s a quiet hair dryer, so if you’re sleeping with a lighter-sleeper, this is something that you and your partner will definitely love.

The only thing that you won’t love, most likely, is the price.

But, you know what they say, you get what you pay for.

Pros:

  • Weighs less than a pound
  • 94 miles an hour
  • 12 different heat and speed settings

Cons:

  • Very expensive

Final Thoughts

Anyone who tells you that you can get by without a proper blow-dryer definitely hasn’t had one.

Even a cheap blow-dryer can do wonders for your hair.

However, do you really want to keep on living your life like that? Everyone, you included, deserves to have hair that has a blowout but without all of the funny stuff that’s usually associated with it, like flyaways and frizz.

To achieve that flawless look, you’ll need nothing but the best hair dryers not made in China.

Made by companies who’ve invested time and money to keep their manufacturing process in countries where their products are subject to much higher scrutiny and standards, these 4 are some of the best hair dryers not made in China.

Whether you blow-dry every day for a living, or simply use it to dry your curly hair or straighten your hair for certain occasions, these hair dryers will not fail you.

1 thought on “The 4 Best Hair Dryers Not Made in China”

  1. Please note, the overpriced Dyson Supersonic is produced in Malaysia, not in the USA.
    I am not 100% sure, but I am almost certain that the Remington does come from China, because almost all Remington products come from China.

    If you’re really looking for some top quality hair dryers that are made in Europe, get one of these hair dryers:

    Valera, Made in Switzerland
    Solis, Made in Switzerland
    Parlux, Made in Italy
    BaByliss, different models Made in Italy

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