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Dyson’s New, Highly Intelligent Hair Dryer, Supersonic Nural, Is Now in the Philippines

Get ready to fall in love with yet another innovative product release from Dyson: the Supersonic Nural, now in the Philippines.

James Dyson, Founder and Chief Engineer of the global brand, explains how the Dyson Supersonic Nural works: “If you’re able to limit heat damage, you can get a healthier scalp and healthier hair. Our new Supersonic NuralTM has a time of flight sensor which recognises your head and reduces the heat as it gets close to your hair, preventing heat damage to both your scalp and your hair.”

Dyson's New, Highly Intelligent Hair Dryer, Supersonic Nural, Is Now in the Philippines

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Dyson’s latest styling tool comes equipped with a new Scalp Protect mode which uses a network of Nural™ sensors, automatically reducing heat as it nears your head, helping protect your scalp from damage. These sensors also improve the styling experience, enhance hair shine, and prevent heat damage. New and improved attachments which cater to all hair types are equipped with attachment recognition, learning a user’s styling preferences, and simplifying their routine for fast healthy drying with no extreme heat.

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Nural™ sensors for added intelligence

Aside from Scalp Protect mode, Dyson Supersonic Nural also feature Attachment Learning and Pause Detect–which all help to make styling easier.

Dyson's New, Highly Intelligent Hair Dryer, Supersonic Nural, Is Now in the Philippines

Photo: Dyson

Scalp Protect mode protects scalp health: In this mode, heat is automatically reduced to 55°C, the optimum temperature for scalp comfort and drying speed, as the hair dryer gets closer to hair and scalp. A time of flight sensor enables this, by projecting an invisible infrared beam to measure the distance between the machine and your hair.

Capsule Illumination changes colour to show heat setting: When in Scalp protect mode, this feature ensures that the LED light colour will automatically change between yellow (low heat), to orange (medium heat) and red (high heat), depending on the distance the machine is from the head.

Attachment Learning is pretty impressive. It remembers your styling preferences: This simplifies styling routines as it adapts to a user’s go-to styling mode, remembering their last-used heat and airflow settings for each styling attachment, and automatically applying them the next time it is in use.

Pause Detect is for easier routines: The Dyson Supersonic Nural™ hair dryer also has a motion-sensing accelerometer which automatically deactivates the heater, decreasing airflow and noise, when you are in between styling passes.

New attachments

Dyson's New, Highly Intelligent Hair Dryer, Supersonic Nural, Is Now in the Philippines

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  • Gentle air attachment – Evenly disperses airflow for fast yet gentle styling.
  • Styling concentrator – Wider and thinner for precision styling.
  • Smoothing nozzle – Reduces frizz for a smooth, natural look.
  • Diffuser – Improved diffusion for defined curls and waves.
  • Flyaway smoother – Smooth and hide flyaways using the Coanda effect.

Design and technology

Complementing the new embedded sensors is a differentiated visual appeal: a clear end cap to show the technology within, and bold new colour palettes – Ceramic Patina and Topaz or the Vinca Blue and Topaz.

The Supersonic Nural™ hair dryer is now available in the Philippines at dyson.ph and Dyson Demo Stores at the recommended retail price of PHP 32,900 for the Vicna Blue and Topaz edition and at PHP 31,500  for the Ceramic Patina edition. It comes with five attachments in box and other standalone accessories will be on offer. Stay up to date on the latest news from Dyson at dyson.ph.