Loud hair dryers are a nuisance, just ask the neighbors. Have you ever visited a professional hair salon? The full-size professional hair dryers make enough noise to wake the entire neighborhood, but no one really complains because a salon is meant for such noise, just like a construction site creates noise from all the machinery and tools used. When you’re at home, however, having the noise of a professional salon isn’t ideal, especially in the mornings when everyone else is trying to sleep. What’s the solution? Find yourself a quiet hair dryer.
There are great benefits with owning a quiet hair dryer which makes the investment worthwhile, plus you won’t have to continue receiving complaints about interrupted sleep!
The first benefit is of course: less noise.
Now, a quiet hair dryer isn’t a silent hair dryer, it will make some noise. There aren’t any completely silent hair dryers available yet (but we’re still hoping!) but if you compare the typical whoosh of a full-size hair dryer to the low hum of a quiet one you will notice how big of a difference it makes. What makes noise in a hair dryer? It’s basically the air being released from the tunnel plus the running of the motor, which is why it can seem so loud, like a small car running. With a quite hair dryer, the noise of the motor is greatly subdued and you mostly get the humming sound of air coming out of the nozzle. If you want your quiet hair dryer to function as quietly as possible, you can adjust the airflow and choose a low setting to minimize the air release.
Another benefit of a quiet hair dryer is that it can protect your hearing.
After constant use of a full-sound hair dryer, your ears can become affected in the future. Also, every time you need to talk or listen to something, you will have to switch the hair dryer off and this makes the process more time consuming. You can find yourself some ear protection or buy a quiet hair dryer, and a lot of people prefer the latter because it’s much more practical for them and the rest of their household.
A lot of companies offer a ‘silent’ line of hair dryers to help those who live in full households blow dry their locks in relative quiet. Just remember that quiet hair dryers can be a little bit pricy, because of their unique design, but you’ll decide if it’s worth it!