With the know-how, The British company has accumulated over the past decades, it was probably only a matter of time, until it would also take care of the hair drying. Supersonic meaning that the instrument, it is equipped with a motor, of 110’000 creates revolutions per minute. Although he is thus eight times faster than the other engines Föne, He is extremely quiet. There are several papers, which can be connected via solenoid with the device. The Supersonic comes in September on the market, the price will be around 400 Euro are. The development of the device 71 swallowed up millions of dollars!
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