Finding the right hair dryer isn’t always easy. In fact, there are often so many different varieties on the market that to know which one will work best for your specifications and hair is remarkably hard to tell from just looking at a box. When coupled with also trying to save money efficiently, this can quickly turn into a huge headache.
This is why we’re here to make this process much easier for you and to help it be much more intuitive. Today, we’ll be talking about the Conair Infiniti Pro Hair Dryer to let you know if it’s worth the money.
Actually, we definitely think it is! We give it a 4.2/5 star rating, but let us explain to you why in this Conair Infiniti Pro Hair Dryer Review:
|Arched handle makes it easier to grab||May leave your hair silky|
|Powerful AC motor gives you consistent airflow||Heaviness of dryer might be not desirable|
|3 heat and 2-speed settings give you customization with heat flow||Color a bit off from advertisement|
One of the first features you notice about the Infiniti Pro is the motor, which boasts a power of 1,875 watts. This is enough power to compete with the top hair dryers, but not enough to use up too much energy in your household planning. This is also useful for those looking to find a decent, home-grade model, as they are known for putting out an effective, but not an overwhelming amount of power.
Some of the most impressive features, though, manifest in the heat settings—because it has three different heat settings and two different air speeds to choose from, you’ll find that you’re able to customize the dryer to get the most fitting way of hair treatment for your head.
This type of control is ideal for those of us who try time and again to work with various hair dryers, but oftentimes feel like we’re working against them instead. Having the relative harmony between the consumer and the product allows you to keep the focus on just your hair and make it as good as it can be without worrying about any technological conflict.
The handle of the Infiniti Pro is likely what will entice many due to its curved grip. For me, as somebody who deals with my fair share of hand cramps, having to hold typical blow dryers that just had straight handles would often exhaust and (in worst cases) cause my hands some serious distress. As an alternative, this type of curved handle allows me to continue using the type of hair dryer I want to without having to put as much strain on my hands as I used to.
That being said, the hair dryer may be a bit heavy for some: at 1.1 pounds, it isn’t exactly the lightest hair dryer on the market. However, the overall comfort of the device makes this aspect a very small factor in the long run.
Ease of Use: The grip and control settings make this hair dryer one of the easiest and most intuitive ones you can find. The weight of the device, though, might be a put-off to some. 4/5
Durability: The durability of this device is good, holding up in intense moments and also over time. 3/5
Heat Output: The heat output is good and can be controlled, allowing you to adjust it relative to your personal preference and specifications. 5/5
Price: At a price of around $30, this is one of the most effective and affordable hair dryers you’ll find on the market that has the same features and capabilities. 5/5
Options (settings): The number of settings are varied and give you plenty of customization options. 4/5
Power: The power may not be industry-standard, but we found no problems when testing this product in the context of a home-grade hair dryer. 4/5
One of the biggest criticisms one can have of the product is that the product you receive typically does not match the packaging at all in terms of color. For example, we received a blue hair dryer when expecting a pink one, but we’ve also seen reviews of people ordering red and getting pink or other colors. This type of mix-up is something that does not look good for someone trying to sell a product, but because the product is ultimately not affected by what color it is, but it’s certainly worth noting when considering the bigger picture.
Ease Of Use
As previously mentioned, we can’t stop raving about the curved handle of this blow dryer. Not only does it make holding it for long periods of time less taxing on your hands, it also encourages you to take better control of your hairstyle. If I know that I won’t have to expend as much energy as I might think to take care of my hair, you can bet there’s a significantly larger chance of me grabbing the hair dryer more frequently than I might otherwise. This is one of the biggest selling points of the product, as its intuitive design is not only helpful but incredibly inviting for repeated usage. You’ll find that, through using this product, you’ll be getting your money’s worth out of it in no time!
Different Style Settings
One of the aspects of this hair dryer that kept us coming back for more repeatedly is the multiple settings you can choose for both heat and overall speed. Many hair dryers don’t have this amount of flexibility, so it’s a refreshing change from the industry standard.
Another reason this matters is that there are many hair types out there. Many people, who have specific types of hair requiring different types of treatment, often lament that it’s difficult to tell if a certain hair dryer will suit their needs, often having to bypass hair dryers that look good in favor of ones that may be worse, but specifically cater to their hairstyle. This dryer lets you come as close to that as is possible, giving you a great deal of flexibility while still retaining the comfort that can only come from a hair dryer that truly is a match.
The Power And The Heat Will Save You Time
Because of the amount of hair I have, drying my hair is usually a half hour commitment at least, but the Infiniti Pro allows me to do my hair in just 10 to 15 minutes! This is because the amount of power the machine emits is incredibly helpful in promoting efficiency, making drying tough hair a relatively quick process.
Plugging It In Can Be a Hassle
One of the confusing aspects of this product can be the length of the cord. You can use an extension cord to make the cord itself longer, but oftentimes it still feels a bit constricting when you’re doing some extended drying. If your outlet is close to your where your hair is, though, you should have no problem with this.
How Does It Compare?
Let’s see how the Conair InfinitiPRO compares to some other popular blow dryers.
Conair Infiniti Pro vs. Revlon 1875W Fast Dry Travel Hair Dryer
This hair dryer is certainly on the cheaper side compared to the Infiniti Pro, but it does not have the necessary efficiency in the same way. What it does have going for it, though, is that it has a decently sized, retractable cord, which is helpful. It will likely be better for those frequently on the move and who want to carry their hair dryer with them while traveling, but others may not get as much satisfaction out of it.
Conair Infiniti Pro vs. KIPOZI 1875W Hair Dryer
This hair dryer is of a professional quality that can be much more desirable if you’re looking to do heavy-duty hair jobs, but the price is 30% more expensive and it isn’t necessarily worth the money.
Conair Infiniti Pro vs. Wazor 1875W Professional Hair Dryer
This model is possibly the most comparable to the Infiniti Pro in terms of sheer quality and efficiency you can get out of it, but some may complain that the pricing is not worth what is essentially a very similar product. Still, for those looking for a dryer with a slightly more professional touch, this is for you, but if you’re looking to stick with one just for home use, there’s no need.